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Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

As she wraps up her first week of work for NFL, the league's new Vice President of Security Cathy Lanier will attend today's Vikings-Panthers game in Carolina to represent the league and get her first taste of life as a non-law enforcement official. Lanier left her job as the Washington D.C. Police Chief last week, joined the NFL this past week, and one of her first issues was how the NFL would handle the tumultuous situation in Carolina, outside the stadium where the Panthers play. Lanier will be going through all the security meetings and protocols as she is broken into her new job, a week after she turned in her badge in Washington DC. There's not a more fitting and appropriate place for the NFL's new VP of Security to be than Carolina, site of protests this past week, but Lanier is there, and she will be joined by the NFL's COO Tod Leiweke as well. But it should be known that the NFL is more concerned about the security inside stadiums and outside the stadium, it defers to government entities to handle the protests and keep the peace.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

It's a clear, beautiful day in New Jersey for the Redskins-Giants game. With 14 games left it's obviously not a must-win by mathematical standards. But the Redskins can't afford to go 0-3, and 0-2 in the NFC East and fall behind New York by three games.

Matthew Berry ESPN Senior Writer 

Terrelle Pryor is available in 74% of ESPN.com leagues. As pod fans know, I like him in general but like him quite a bit today. Pick him up even if you don't start him. Will have a lot of value.

Matthew Berry @MatthewBerryTMR

Terrelle Pryor avail in 74% of ESPN lgs. As pod fans know, I like him in general but quite a bit today. Even if you don't start, grab him.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

I have circled most of Bank of America Stadium. Feels like fewer people for this time of the morning on game day but all is peaceful.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The ""free hugs" Panthers fans are delivering on their message.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

No unrest here. Several Panthers fans offering free hugs in a tense environment in Charlotte.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Part of the new security measures put in place at Bank Of America Stadium before the season.

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars OL coach Doug Marrone is out watching C Brandon Linder testing his right knee.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Vikings arriving safely at Bank of America Stadium to face the Panthers.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Before kickoff vs. Browns, Dolphins will be holding a moment of silence for former Marlins P Jose Fernandez.

Brian Franey ESPN 

Text from Doug Pederson to Sal Paolantonio this morning with his last-minute advice for Carson Wentz vs. the Steelers: "Take it one play at a time, there will be highs and lows in this game, approach them the same, then get out of bounds or slide."

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Good morning from EverBank Field for Jaguars-Ravens.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers players arriving at Bank of America Stadium by bus. No issues getting in . Tight end Greg Olsen was among the first off the bus. Many players typically drive their personal cars to the stadium on game day. Police escorted the bus in today.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

All is quiet around Bank of America Stadium so far amidst reports there could be protests here before the Panthers face the Vikings. Team officials are confident their new security measures will create a safe environment for the players and fans.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

They've got the place ready to go here in Cincinnati for Broncos-Bengals. Several Broncos offensive linemen were out a few minutes ago to look the field over. Ty Sambrailo, who is expected to start at right tackle today, was one of them. Sambrailo started three games at left tackle in 2015 until a shoulder injury ended his year. He has dealt with an elbow injury in the preseason this year, but is expected to play for the injured Donald Stephenson today.