Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, who missed the entire preseason, was taken off the physically unable to perform (PUP) list on Saturday.
Luck underwent labrum surgery in January, but he has not been seen throwing by anyone leading up to the season. But by taking him off the PUP list, the Colts at least have the option to consider using him in the regular-season opener against the Rams.
Wagner, who lives in Seattle, helped police discover who stole Brady’s jersey after the Patriots defeated the Falcons in Super Bowl 51. He said he is an avid sports memorabilia collector who began exchanging messages with Martin Mauricio Ortega, a former executive of a tabloid newspaper in Mexico City.
According to Wagner, Ortega sent him photos of his collection of jerseys in December, including Brady’s Super Bowl 49 jersey. Wagner said he was suspicious but let it go.
Once news broke that Brady’s Super Bowl 51 jersey was stolen, Wagner said he put two and two together and tipped off the FBI and NFL.
Both of Brady’s jerseys were recovered, and Wagner became a Patriots hero.
Savage went through one in Cleveland after he was hired away from Baltimore’s front office to rebuild the Browns along with first-time head coach Romeo Crennel. During their four seasons together, the 2007 Browns posted what remains their best record (10-6) since the franchise resumed play in 1999. But that was overshadowed by three other losing seasons, leading to the firing of Savage and Crennel following the 2008 campaign.
Cleveland’s drafts and free-agent decisions under the Savage regime were a mixed bag. Mistakes made while trying to politically navigate through a toxic behind-the-scenes environment contributed to his failure, as well.