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Today's episode of BR5 gets you up-to-date on everything from Irsay's choice to Gronk working the drive-thru.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay recently told USA Today that Andrew Luck is not a lock for the number one overall draft pick. "It's up in the air. We have to look at this thing completely open-minded. You have two outstanding athletes, two great pure passers, two guys from families that are incredible”
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has signed on to star in a cowboy movie. It’s being reported that Lynch has been inked to star in "Matt's Chance" along side Gary Busey, Edward Furlong, Lee Majors, and Margot Kidder.
Nationals slugger Jayson Werth ripped a 492 foot homer during a spring training game vs The New York Mets. The only problem is that his bomb hit his own car in the stadium parking lot.
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski recently worked the drive-thru at a Dunkin Donuts, and was even telling customers to "Gronk if you Love Dunkin Donuts." Gronkowski signed a two-year contract to be the chain's spokesman.
The MLB season officially kicks off today with the Seattle Mariners taking on the Oakland Athletics at the Tokyo Dome in Japan. Despite being majority owner in the Seattle franchise, Hiroshi Yamauchi won't be attending and has never attended a Mariners game.