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    , Fla. (AP) — The subject was playing through pain, and
    Miami Dolphins running back Frank Gore drew on his extensive experience to share
    his thoughts with teammate Ryan Tannehill.Gore’s an ageless model of durability,
    while Tannehill plans to return from a throwing shoulder injury and start for
    only the sixth time in the Dolphins’ past 31 games when they play Sunday at
    Indianapolis .“He knows how much we need him,” Gore said. “It’s football,
    though. Everybody is going to be in pain from here on out. Talking to him when
    he wasn’t playing, he wanted to be out there. He knows that he’s going to be in
    pain, but you can tell that he wants to play, so that’s a plus for us.”The
    35-year-old Gore will be in the lineup too, which almost goes without saying.
    He’ll start his 119th consecutive game, by far the most of any active running
    back.That includes 48 games with the Colts in 2015-17. They then let Gore go,
    providing him with a little extra motivation when he faces his former team.Not
    that he needs any.“I want to win,” he said. “I’m going to go out there and try
    to be me.”The Colts know he’ll do that, and remember Gore fondly.“He’s the kind
    of teammates everyone wants to have,” Indy quarterback Andrew Luck said. “He
    always seemed like he was a step ahead, and I’d say, ‘How did you know that?’
    And it was always hard for him to explain. He just knew.”The Dolphins (5-5) can
    count Gore as one of the bright spots in a season full of downers. He beat out
    the more explosive Kenyan Drake for the starting job and leads the team with 528
    yards rushing, padding a career total that is the highest among active players
    and fourth on the all-time list.And this year may not be his swan song. Gore’s
    yards per carry average of 4.5 is his best since 2012 with San Francisco. Anyone
    who has watched him break tackle after tackle this year can believe he’ll be
    back at 36.“I feel like as long as I’m healthy and blessed and feeling good and
    know I can still play, I’m going to play Nate Hairston Color
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    ,” he said. “I’ll evaluate myself at the end, my body,
    and see if I still want to go out in the offseason and train to get ready for
    another year. That’s when I’ll make my decision.”He’s already a rarity at a
    position not known for longevity. Last week he became the first player to rush
    for 500 yards in 14 consecutive seasons, one more than Hall of Famers Walter
    Payton and Emmitt Smith.The achievement won Gore plaudits from around the NFL —
    and beyond.“Frank is my favorite player of all-time that I’ve ever coached,”
    said former 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, who is now at the University of Michigan.
    “Surpassing Walter Payton and Emmitt Smith is incredible, just
    incredible.”Equally impressed — but not surprised — is Dolphins coach Adam Gase.
    He was a 49ers assistant in 2008, when Gore ran for 1,036 yards for them.“Our
    guys watch him practice, and it’s almost like you forget where he’s at in his
    career,” Gase said. “He treats it like he’s an undrafted free agent almost. He
    practices extremely hard. He finishes everything he does. There’s a lot of pride
    there. Seeing him 10 years ago and then seeing him now, there’s just not a lot
    of differences in how he plays and what he can do.”Gore is still chasing a Super
    Bowl championship ring, and hasn’t been to the playoffs in five years. He
    thought he would get there with the Colts, but injuries to Luck and others
    sabotaged their chances.“It just didn’t go the way I planned it, but I had fun,”
    Gore said. “The organization was great. Great people there. We fought.”It has
    been more of the same in Gore’s native Miami, with his homecoming undermined by
    a wave of injuries to Tannehill and others.Meanwhile, the old man at running
    back just keeps showing up for work. Others may be surprised Gore is still going
    strong ,
    but he’s not.“I know how I train,” he said. “I know how I go out every day in
    practice. I know in the offseason how I get myself ready. Competing with guys
    younger than me at my position, being around them every day, that helps me.”And
    he learned a long time ago how to play through pain. With their second-to-last
    pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts have selected offensive
    tackle Jackson Barton from Utah. Barton becomes the second offensive player to
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    ImagesWith their second-to-last pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis
    Colts have selected offensive tackle Jackson Barton from Utah. Barton becomes
    the second offensive player to be selected by Indy, after Ohio State wide
    receiver Parris Campbell was taken back in the second round.The lifetime Utah
    native, Barton measured in at a whopping 6-foot-7, 310 pounds with 34-inch arms.
    He was first team All-Pac-12 as a season, and spent two years (27 games) as the
    team’s starting left tackle. Barton was as reliable as they come, playing in all
    53 games since his redshirt freshman year. He led the offensive line with 779
    plays and had a team-high nine cuts in the trenches. At the combine Barton ran a
    5.18 40-yard dash, got 25 reps on the bench press and had a vertical jump of 27
    inches and a broad jump of 109.0.The Colts went heavy on the offensive line in
    the early parts of the 2018 NFL Draft, and had one of the top units in all of
    football by the end of the season. Barton and his athletic prowess will provide
    the chance to compete for a reserve role on the offensive line, but teams will
    be quick to take advantage of his shaky pass-protection skills.