The third and final suspect in connection with the burglary of New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski’s home was arrested and detained on Thursday morning after spending more than two months as a fugitive, a spokesperson from the Franklin County (Maine) Detention Center confirmed to USA TODAY Sports.
Gronkowski’s home was burglarized on Feb. 5 while he was at the Super Bowl, and his roommates helped report items stolen. The Foxborough Police Department arrested 31-year-old Anthony Almeida, the first suspect, back in March and were able to recover Gronkowski’s Apple watch, Rolex watch and rare coins from the 1800s.
Almeida was charged with breaking and entering, two counts of receiving stolen property and malicious destruction of property, after his home in Randolph, Mass., was searched.
Eric Tyrell, the 28-year-old second suspect from Foxborough, turned himself in late in March.
Chicago Bears rookie Roquan Smith had his team-issued iPad stolen from his car just a few days ago. He was promptly roasted by a columnist who, for some reason, jumped at the chance to call the first-round picksloppy and unreliable. Imagine if Smith left the keys to the car inside, too.
Lucky for Bortles, the would-be thiefwalked back in the house, for some reason?
MarQueis Gray is a typical journeyman tight end.
He’s a good in-line blocker, and while he won’t wow you with raw statistics, he is a capable pass-catcher as well. In 2016, for instance, he started seven games with the Dolphins and caught 14 passes for 174 yards.
This combination of skills has allowed Gray to last in the NFL for five seasons and counting. He may never be a star, but Gray is talented enough to continue his career as a depth player.
However, he may not be able to do so as a member of the Dolphins. Though Miami parted with Julius Thomas in the offseason, it also added A.J. Derby, Gavin Escobar, rookie second-round pick Mike Gesicki and rookie fourth-round Durham Smythe.