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Turron Davenport ESPN 

Can confirm Ian Rapoport's report that Ryan Tannehill has been named the Titans starter vs. Chargers. Marcus Mariota has been relegated to the backup.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots had kickers Nick Folk, Greg Joseph, Austin MacGinnis, Austin Rehkow and Giorgio Tavecchio in for workouts early this week. Rehkow also has experience as a punter. The workouts reflect how the Patriots continue to keep their emergency lists updated. Also, QB Cody Kessler was cut to make room for TE Eric Tomlinson.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Source tells me the Bucs have cut linebacker Demone Harris and running back Darius Jackson from the practice squad.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Source tells me that the Bucs worked out linebacker Keishawn Bierria, defensive back Jordan Brown, center Anthony Fabiano, linebacker Robert McCray, running back Aca'Cedric Ware and likebacker Kyle Wilson today.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

By trading for Marcus Peters, Ravens address a secondary hit with injuries. Cornerback Jimmy Smith (knee) has missed the past five games, and nickelback Tavon Young (neck) is out for the season. Marcus Canady and Anthony Averett have struggled as starting cornerbacks. Quarterbacks have targeted them because they're throwing away from Marlon Humphrey, who has been playing at a Pro Bowl level.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

On the Tracy Walker unnecessary roughness call, Matt Patricia said "a lot of the onus is put on the defensive player to make sure that they see the contact coming, see the body angles and the leverage and we got to do a good job. First and foremost the game is going to be about safety, both players that are in defenseless positions and also the players that are coming through and giving the hits."

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Patricia said he hadn't seen Troy Vincent's comments yet, but he did say this about last night: "For me, obviously there were some calls in the game that everyone is focused on right now. I'm focused on the ones that we got to do right out on the field through execution and coaching and playing. I think if you go through a game and are relying on the officials to tell you whether or not you won, I don't really think you're going to turn out in a favorable manner more times than not."

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins claimed CB Ryan Lewis, recently waived by the Eagles, to fill the spot vacated by cutting CB Johnson Bademosi.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Source confirms that the Bucs are cutting both punt returner/wide receiver Bobo Wilson and linebacker Devante Bond. Bruce Arians said Monday that they would be considering a new punt returner. Scotty Miller, T.J. Logan and Vernon Hargreaves are options to replace him.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, when asked how he thinks pass interference has been called this year, said that essentially it's not called. Said they aren't coaching their receivers any differently because of it.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Allen said his relationship with Cam Newton hasn't changed just because he's gone 4-0 in 2019 replacing the Panthers' franchise quarterback. He doesn't expect that to change when Newton is ready to return. "Cam's a very good person,'' Allen said. "I have a lot of respect for him. It's just a relationship. It has nothing to do with who's playing, who's practicing, who's rehabbing. Those are all headlines for TV.''

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers tight end a Greg Olsen wasn't about to get pulled into what the team should do when franchise quarterback Cam Newton is ready to return. He said trying to predict the future with Newton's replacement, Kyle Allen, 4-0 this season and 5-0 overall is just speculation.

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt LaFleur and his staff must be tougher graders than ESPN Stats & Info. LaFleur said they counted six dropped passes last night against the Lions. ESPN had three, which by that count would be the second-most drops by any team in Week 6. By ESPN's count, that doubled the Packers' drops for the season.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt LaFleur would not say what he thought of the penalties for illegal hands to the face on Trey Flowers while going against David Bakhtiari. "I'm getting into the officiating; I'll let you guys (in the media) handle that," he said.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Tyrone Crawford will be placed on injured reserve with the defensive end set to have hip surgery to alleviate an issue that has bothered him since late last season, according to multiple sources. Crawford, a starter since 2014, missed the entire offseason program and training camp hoping rehab would help the problem but he has played in pain since the season began. Inactive for two games, he had a sack, two tackles, two tackles for loss and a quarterback hurry in four contests.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

The Seahawks are 18th in ESPN's Pass Rush Win Rate (42.6%) and 25th in generating pressure on opposing QBs (23.3%). Only five teams have fewer than their 10 sacks, and three have played one fewer game. That's been without Jarran Reed, who's back from his suspension. Said Pete Carroll: "When we mix it up now and we get Quinton Jefferson in there and J-Reed, it's going to be a better look for us. It's going to be more of a problem for our opponent. Hopefully, that'll open up things for everybody.”