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Bucs' Mark Duffner brings passion to defensive coordinator role
2018 Tampa Bay Buccaneers starters, 53-man roster, schedule prediction
Final preseason game a milestone in Jack Cichy's ACL recovery
Tampa Bay Buccaneers depth chart: new linemen spur competition
Grading Bucs in free agency: Overhaul of defensive line a needed move
'Hard Knocks' star Riley Bullough lands on Bucs practice squad
Riley Bullough, Jeremy McNichols miss cut in Bucs' 53-man roster projection
'Hard Knocks' star Riley Bullough faces uphill battle to make 53-man roster
Rams cut LB Akeem Ayers, keep 7 WRs in final 53
Rams' 53-man roster projection includes Nelson Spruce, 4 TEs
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AB takes walkthrough reps, 'didn't miss a beat'
Wide receiver Antonio Brown took part in the Raiders' walkthrough on Saturday and coach Jon Gruden said he could see Brown being a full participant in practice soon. Quarterback Derek Carr is excited that Brown is closer to seeing more action.
Jags' Lee returns after missing '18, eyes opener
Marqise Lee, who missed all of 2018 after suffering torn anterior cruciate, posterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in a preseason game, says he'll be ready for the 2019 season opener.
How will the Chargers cope without Derwin James?
James earned All-Pro honors last season as a rookie. Who will the Chargers turn to while he recovers from surgery to fix a stress fracture in his foot?
Kingsbury: Kyler's clap snap issues will be solved
The Arizona Cardinals are still working with the NFL on how to fix the issues with rookie quarterback Kyler Murray's clap snap that led to two false starts Thursday, but coach Kliff Kingsbury feels like "we're in a good place with it."
M. Shanahan 'was close' to returning to Broncos
Former coach Mike Shanahan says he "was close" to returning to the Broncos' sideline after the 2017 season.
Sources: Chargers' James to miss 3-4 months
Chargers All-Pro safety Derwin James is expected to be sidelined three to four months, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.