Patriots owner Robert Kraft, a Trump ally, ‘deeply disappointed’ by president’s tone

Robert Kraft’s friendship with President Donald Trump only goes so far.

The Patriots owner, who donated $1 million to Trump’s inauguration committee and gave him a custom Super Bowl ring, issued a strongly worded rebuke to the president Sunday morning in the wake of Trump’s criticism of the NFL and its players.

The Dolphins linebacker reportedly was found by police at LAX early Sunday morning trying to board a plane to Pennsylvania. His baby lives in Pennsylvania with its mother, and Timmons was missing his child, according to reports.

A Dolphins representative came to the airport and brought Timmons back to the team, which determined he wasn’t fit to play the Chargers later that day. Instead, he was to meet with doctors to determine the root of the issue.

“No one has ever seen anything like it,” one unidentified person told ESPN about the problem facing Timmons. The source was adamant that Timmons isn’t dealing with an early onset of symptoms related CTE.

Another source said Timmons, 31, wants to get the issue cleared up as soon as possible and that he “wants to resume playing immediately.”

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