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Morning Sports Update: Dave Dombrowksi says Red Sox not ‘rushing out’ to sign Tim Tebow

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Tim Tebow worked out for scouts during a showcase on USC campus on Tuesday. Chris Carlson/AP

Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski comments on Tim Tebow’s workout for MLB scouts, the Patriots trim their roster to 75 players, and the Bruins make a few additions.

Dombrowksi says Red Sox are not ‘rushing out’ to sign Tim Tebow: “We did our due diligence,” Dombrowski said during an appearance on NESN’s Red Sox First Pitch. “I don’t want to say anything negative because other teams are looking at him, but I don’t think we’ll be rushing out to make a signing.” (

Jimmy Fund telethon nets over $3.5 million in donations:

Rob Gronkowski has ridiculous response to winning Patriots’ community service award: New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was named the team’s Ron Burton Community Service Award winner Tuesday night at the club’s annual Charitable Foundation kickoff event. (


Bruins sign Dominic Moore, Chris Casto, Brian Ferlin and Alex Grant: Moore, 36, spent the past three seasons with the New York Rangers. In 2015-16, he skated in 80 games, registering six goals and nine assists, while also contributing one goal in five postseason contests. (

Clay Buchholz takes blame after giving up go-ahead run in the eighth: “You can’t let one of their big sticks beat you,” Buchholz said, “and I did.” (

Patriots place Dion Lewis on PUP lists as team trims to 75 players: The Patriots have placed running back Dion Lewis and tackle Sebastian Vollmer on the reserve/physically unable to perform list, and released three additional players to meet the NFL’s 75-player roster limit. (

Jaylen Brown voted most athletic by fellow NBA rookies: The NBA unveiled the results of its annual rookie survey Tuesday morning, highlighting what the players in the 2016 draft class think of their contemporaries. (

What Tom Brady can and can’t do during four-game suspension: Deflategate is truly, finally going to take the final steps of its pathetic existence when Tom Brady begins the four-game suspension imposed by Commissioner Roger Goodell at 4 p.m. on Saturday. (The Boston Globe)



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