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FOXBORO — Trey Flowers grabbed at the neck of his practice jersey and pulled it toward his face to get whatever beads of sweat he could. After a minicamp practice last week, the third-year defensive end was the last player on the fields behind Gillette Stadium, under the sun, punching and swiping at blocking dummies until his navy blue No. 98 had turned an even darker shade. "It’s not about being the last one off the field," Flowers said. "It’s just about perfecting my craft. If I see something wrong with it, just continue to work on it." After two years in the NFL — one in which was spent primarily on injured reserve and another during which he established himself as one of the best young