Damon has been vocal for his support of Trump going back to 2015, when Trump was running for the Republican primary.

Damon and Trump became friends when Damon started playing at the Trump International Golf Club West Palm in West Palm Beach, Fla., about a decade ago. Damon was also on Trump’s The Celebrity Apprentice TV show.

Retired Yankees outfielder Paul O’Neil has also backed Trump. Team president Randy Levine has known Trump for years and met with Trump, alongside MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred, last year.

Brady accepted his four-game suspension in July 2016 and missed the first four games of that season. To put the drawn-out nature of his fight with the NFL in perspective, the league first announced the suspension in May 2015.

Webb believes this is the case. The Giants might be leaning that way, as well. But they cannot know — just as Webb cannot know. There is something about what is seen and done on the practice field and how it all translates into the real thing. Sometimes it does, often it does not.

Don’t know until you see it for real? There’s no arguing that, Webb told The Post recently. I’ve done as much as I could and as hard as I’ve worked to try to be ready, but we’ll never know until I actually play.

I’m feeling good, Dotson said, via Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times. . . . This is more of a precaution than anything, giving me time to get it back. I don’t have any issues about it. As a veteran move, take your time, get yourself feeling as good as you can go.

Dotson, 32, expects to start running in a few days. That means he should return in time for training camp.

I’m feeling good about it, he said. The coach is feeling good about it, the training room is feeling good about it. So I think we’re good.

He’s got his weight back to 305 on his way to the 310 he played last season after he got as low as 280.

Dotson finished last season on injured reserve with a torn posterior cruciate ligament, missing the final five games.

The Bucs picked up a one-year option on Dotson earlier this offseason, keeping him for another season. He has spent his entire career in Tampa, starting 76 games since arriving in 2009, including all 16 in both 2013 and 2014.

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