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In The Loop: Chase Young ramps up offseason workouts, Mohamed Sanu runs routes up hill

In The Loop: Chase Young ramps up offseason workouts, Mohamed Sanu runs routes up hill

First up in our look around the sports world right now, Tampa Bay Bucs fans are spoiled this week. Not only did they get to see a first look of their new quarterback Tom Brady in a Bucs jersey, but the team also released this video of Brady’s favorite teammate Rob Gronkowski sporting red and black for the first time.

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Gronk pose. Gronk spike. Gronk flex.

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Next up, the start of the NFL season will be here before you know it and players all over are ramping up their training. Check out New England Patriots wide receiver Mohamed Sanu running routes ...up hill.

Finally, it's official. Washington Redskins rookie Chase Young is the definition of a workaholic. Here he is in his old Ohio State helmet, he's going all gas no brakes running through every drill you can think of.

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Everyday pressing the gas.. #R2X

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In The Loop: Larry Fitzgerald is the ultimate leader, Kingsbury admits draft photo was staged

In The Loop: Larry Fitzgerald is the ultimate leader, Kingsbury admits draft photo was staged

First up in our look around the sports world is this act of leadership by Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. The 17-year veteran was spotted carrying his own equipment at training camp. Something we all know is usually the rookies' job. R-E-S-P-E-C-T, Larry.

 

Sticking with the Arizona Cardinals organization, the secret is out! Remember head coach Kliff Kingsbury’s epic draft night picture that went viral? Well, Kingsbury recently admitted that it was in fact staged. Hey, could've fooled me!


 

Lastly, is this one of the sickest lacrosse goals of all time? I'm not sure but it does get our vote! I mean c'mon, backward between the legs, just like he drew it up in practice!

In The Loop: NBA bubble dance battle, 'I Promise' school student in virtual stands

In The Loop: NBA bubble dance battle, 'I Promise' school student in virtual stands

First up in our look around the sports world, in the virtual stands last night during the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Lakers game, students from LeBron's 'I Promise' school in Akron, Ohio appeared to cheer on their role model.

 


 

Next up, a dance battle was in full effect in the NBA bubble as Boston Celtics center Taco Fall, who was born in Senegal, shows off his best dance moves. If we're being honest, at 7'5" he can really get down!


 

Lastly, how cool is this... just six years ago Eddy Alvarez won a silver medal for speed skating at the Sochi Olympics and just yesterday he had his MLB debut as the Miami Marlins third baseman. That’s the inspiration all of us were looking for and needed today.