Tiger's ex-wife demolishes 12.3 million mansion

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Tiger's ex-wife demolishes 12.3 million mansion

From Comcast SportsNet
NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- The oceanfront mansion Tiger Woods' ex-wife purchased for 12.3 million has been demolished and she is planning to build a new home. The Palm Beach Post (http:bit.lyAvza2Z ) reports that Elin Nordegren plans to build on the North Palm Beach lot she bought last year. The lot is about 140 miles southeast of Woods' home in Orlando. The newspaper reports the mansion that was demolished was a two-story, 17,000-square-foot-home built in 1932. It had a swimming pool and an elevator. Realtor John True of Oceanfront Realty says the lot is in the Seminole Landing development, among the most exclusive in Palm Beach County. Nordegren divorced Woods in 2010 after learning he had a string of affairs during their five-year marriage. They share custody of the couple's two children.

Giardi: Garoppolo 'still in pain,' does not have full mobility in shoulder

Giardi: Garoppolo 'still in pain,' does not have full mobility in shoulder

The Patriots had both Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett on the field for Tuesday's practice.

While many are hopeful that Garoppolo will be ready to go on Sunday, it’s definitely not a given at this point.

According to CSN’s Mike Giardi, Garoppolo is “still in pain and does not yet have full mobility in his throwing shoulder”

Tom E. Curran had better news about Jacoby Brissett’s thumb. The rookie quarterback was in the Patriots locker room locker room Tuesday morning without splint, tape or cast on his thumb. 

When he asked Brissett if he's feeling "tip-top," he answered, "Oh yeah."