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Brian Billick: I’m not sure the city had ever rebounded from it.

Randall Cunningham: It just wasn’t our destiny to be in the Super Bowl. That’s my conclusion. Because if it was, we would have gone. But, you know, after that season things really started to shift and change.

Robert Griffith: My agent booked me for all these appearances at the Super Bowl, so I had to go down to Miami, and I didn’t want to be there. I had probably 15 appearances, I was there for four days eating crow.

Marie said it took years for her husband to get over the Falcons loss and said it remained one of his biggest regrets until his death on July 21, 2016, from complications related to cardiac arrest. But in the early morning hours on the day after the defeat, Green received an unexpected phone call, and with it recognition from the highest level that, despite the cruel ending, he had truly built something special.

Percy Harvin is a failure. He’s an entitled, high-strung hothead whose coaches struggled to harness his game-breaking skills as a wide receiver and return man. He complained, fist-fought and prima donna’d his way out of the NFL by age 28.

Percy Harvin is a success. A child prodigy raised by a single mom, he flew past his peers in high school and at Florida, enjoyed a lucrative pro career and won championships at every level. He retired in 2017, citing various medical issues and his desire to be the dad he never had.

Both of these versions of Percy Harvin are cruising Gainesville, Fla., in a silver Bentley on a Tuesday in March. Sporting a woolly beard and thick braids woven close to his scalp, dressed in a royal-blue Gators sweat suit, his seat tilted back at an unsettlingly obtuse angle, the NFL’s 2009 Offensive Rookie of the Year addresses his passenger as Bossman as he unfurls his life story.

NFL Supplemental Draft 2018: Scouting reports, predictions for eligible players

The NFL Supplemental Draft in 2018 features its deepest crop of players in over a decade. Two prospects are expected to be selected (likely in the first few rounds), and three other eligible players had 2019 NFL Draft aspirations prior to their ineligibility for the 2018 college football season.

What really matters: Beal was forced to leave Western Michigan due to academic ineligibility. He had considered entering the 2018 NFL Draft and garnered interest. He does not have major character red flags other than basic maturity and motivational question marks, both of which could be extinguished upon entering the NFL. Beal was graded as a preseason third-round pick by Optimum Scouting, and he garnered similar grades from NFL scouting services and teams. He had every NFL team, including multiple decision-makers, attend his Pro Day. The Chiefs have interest in both Beal and Alexander, and they have two second-round picks and a need at cornerback. Kansas City might take Beal in the second round or hope Alexander falls to the fourth.

The police report, obtained by The Arizona Republic, also revealed more details of his arrest and the DUI stop as the report stated his eyes were bloodshot and his speech was slurred. Keim told officers that he had been bouncing around and was leaving a friend’s house, claiming to have had two beers while eating pizza an hour or two before he was stopped, according to the report.

Police first noticed Keim driving fast at 12:12 a.m. on Wednesday, but once he got to the Chandler police station he said that he had been drinking beer since 4 p.m. and had about two IPAs in the hour before driving home.

Arizona Republic also notes that Keim declined to perform several steps in a sobriety test due to a knee injury and would not agree to a breath test. Instead, officers took two vials of his blood to test for blood alcohol content. The results of his test were not completed as of Tuesday morning and could take three months to process, according to police.

Tavares’ leaving the Islanders is like someone used the franchise’s stomach like a speedbag.

They signed Lou Lamoriello in an effort to stabilize the team, and Tavares ended up signing with the team Lamoriello literally built before leaving for the Islanders. They signed Barry Trotz to be their head coach for five years. They told Tavares they would split time between Brooklyn and Nassau Coliseum, before building a new arena at Belmont Park. They had local businesses offering him lifetime supplies of bagels, cheesecakes and beer.

None of it mattered. Tavares wanted to go home, and he didn’t have faith in an organization that had too much turnover (like jettisoning his friends Kyle Okposo and Frans Nielsen) and too much uncertainty.

In some ways, the task for the Islanders doesn’t change. They have a great young player in Mathew Barzal, who clearly becomes the franchise focal point. They have some prospects in the pipeline, especially in goal. The answers weren’t going to come from unrestricted agency, but through Lamoriello working his trade magic. There are some options, like wingers Max Pacioretty and Jeff Skinner, or center Ryan O’Reilly, or the Erik Karlsson gambit, if he wanted it.

But their attention should go beyond that. Please recall that the Sharks cleared out money in Mikkel Boedker and his $4 million salary cap hit, dealing him to Ottawa; and then buying out the contract of Paul Martin.

It’s no surprise, as I’ve said before to you, that Ryan is a guy that teams ask about. When people are calling me to talk about our team, they’re looking at our better players. Ryan is certainly one of our better players. We’ve talked at length about his reputation throughout the league, so that’s why we’ve been getting calls on him, said Sabres GM Jason Botterill. We’ll certainly look at them because of where we finished in the standings. It would have to make sense to improve our team.

The first week of free agency will dictate how Philadelphia handles the expiring contract of Jerryd Bayless.

If the 76ers are in play to land a max free agent, Bayless and his $8.5 million salary will need to be traded to a team with room, with Philadelphia not taking back salary. If Philly misses out on its targets, Bayless could be used as filler in a future trade, or the team can be patient and let his salary come off its cap ledger next summer.

One under-the-radar name to keep an eye on is guard T.J. McConnell.

With five point guards on the roster — not including second-round pick Shake Milton — McConnell could be squeezed out. McConnell has value in a trade based on a receiving team inheriting his Bird rights in 2019 and his low $1.6 million free-agent cap hold. A new team could chase free agents and eventually sign McConnell to exceed the cap. McConnell is also renegotiation- (starting in September) and extension-eligible.

Luck advised not to throw for 2-3 months to focus on rehab

After luck was placed on IR earlier in the week, it was reported that he was advised to not throw for months in order to focus on his rehab.

First, most recommendations have Luck taking a few months off from throwing — likely two to three months to focus solely on rehab. At this point, no one has recommended another surgery, though it remains a possibility.

Andrew Luck will be re-evaluated by docs again in Dec. Colts do expect him back in ’18, love Jacoby Brissett but not ignoring QB draft class

Luck is participating in the team’s first preseason practices, but there don’t seem to be any plans to have him throw anytime soon.

The Buffalo Bills called my brother[‘s] phone [and my brother said], ‘Hey this is Buffalo’ … I literally grabbed the phone and then once I did like this [moved the phone towards his ear] I looked down [his own phone was in his lap] and it was a 412 number. And then I was like ‘Ah, I’ll take this one’ [the call from the Steelers].

Three picks later, head coach Mike Tomlin scooped him up with the 195th pick. Twenty months afterward, Brown was a Pro Bowler. By 2014, he was leading the league in receiving.

Rodgers could also help Johnson find something that eluded him, and everyone else who has worn a Lions uniform in the last 26 years: postseason success. With Rodgers at the helm, Green Bay has missed the playoffs just twice — in his first season as the starting quarterback in 2008, and in 2017, when he played in just seven games. He’s won nine playoff games.

Johnson made it to the postseason just twice, and despite nearly 300 yards combined in those two games, the Lions lost both of them.

He deserved better than the Lions were able to give him. Rodgers deserves not to have to do all the heavy lifting. So I would have loved to see these two team up for empathetic reasons, but also because I think together, they could’ve been fire. — Sarah Hardy

It’s the saddest thing I’ve ever seen on a football field, and I’ve watched more than one Rutgers games. I’d do almost anything to make sure Megatron never had to melt into a puddle of tears before our very eyes.

Will the Lakers’ legacy be more of a plus or more of a burden for LeBron?

MacMullan: Neither. The Lakers have won before without LeBron and will win after him, because it’s L.A., Hollywood, Showtime — the perpetually sunny, always desirable NBA destination. LeBron can’t possibly stamp the same imprint as Jerry West, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal or Kobe Bryant. There simply isn’t time. Cleveland always was, and is, LeBron’s legacy — and his eternal burden.

Pelton: I think more of a plus. We’re far enough removed from their most recent championship that I don’t think the Lakers will be expected to win a championship immediately after adding LeBron. But if he can get them there eventually, he’ll join a long list of Lakers greats.

Herring: I’m not sure yet. If he can win a title, it probably becomes a plus, because he will have done it in a major market that has never seen this sort of drought before. If he doesn’t win one, it probably doesn’t change anything at all, other than make a legion of Cleveland fans upset with him again.

In addition to Velasquez’s trip to the disabled list, the Phillies optioned lefthanded reliever Zac Curtis to Triple A Lehigh Valley. They recalled right-handed reliever Jake Thompson and reinstated reliever Pat Neshek from the 10-day disabled list. Neshek, who was signed by the Phillies during the off-season, has been on the disabled list since Opening Day with a forearm injury.

Nationals: Washington returns home on Monday night to begin a three-game interleague series against the Boston Red Sox. RHP Max Scherzer (10-4, 2.04 ERA) will face former Detroit teammate Rick Porcello in a battle of former Cy Young Award winners.

Phillies: Philadelphia has Monday off, but will begin a brief two-game interleague series at home against the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday night. Zach Eflin (6-2, 3.02 ERA) will get the start against Baltimore’s Alex Cobb.Russell hits slam, Cubs power back for 10-6 win over Twins