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  • Buccaneers admit mistake, boot Aguayo

    In the NFL, it’s always better to admit a mistake than to compound it. For the Buccaneers, the decision to burn a 2016 second-round pick on kicker Robert Aguayo has proven to be a mistake. The Buccaneers made the definitive admission of their error on Saturday, cutting Aguayo. He exits with $428,000 in fully-guaranteed salary [more]




    Source: Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk

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  • Did Bucs put too much pressure on Aguayo?

    After the Buccaneers surprised everyone by taking a kicker with the 59th overall pick in the draft, G.M. Jason Licht explained the move by heaping superlatives on the player. “I was very excited along with my staff and coaches about Roberto for a very long time,” Licht told PFT Live in May 2016. “It’s not [more]




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  • Broncos holding their breath on Derek Wolfe

    Only two days after losing Billy Winn for the year with a torn ACL, the Broncos are now sweating out another potentially serious injury along the defensive line. Via multiple reports, Broncos defensive lineman Derek Wolfe was carted off the field during practice on Saturday. It’s being described as a right ankle injury by coach [more]




    Source: Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk

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  • Jaguars activate Jalen Ramsey off PUP

    The Jaguars removed Jalen Ramsey from the physically unable to perform list, the club announced Saturday morning. The second-year defensive back will return to practice after core muscle surgery June 15. Ramsey was injured during Organized Team Activities and did not participate in drills during the team’s mandatory minicamp. After undergoing surgery, he was expected [more]




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  • Mike Hull is the Mike in Miami, for now

    With rookie Raekwon McMillan lost for the year with a torn ACL, the Dolphins need a new starting middle linebacker. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald explains what the team will do next. For now, Mike Hull becomes the guy, and the team has no plan to move Kiko Alonso or Lawrence Timmons inside. However, [more]




    Source: Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk

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  • The importance of considering Ezekiel Elliott’s side of the story

    Domestic violence is illegal, abhorrent, and despicable. Those who commit it should be exposed, shamed, and incarcerated. But those accused of it should not be presumed to be guilty, especially if they were never arrested or charged. When it comes to NFL internal investigations, the initial outcome also should not be presumed to be fair [more]




    Source: Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk

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  • Rams and Aaron Donald have had no movement toward a new contract

    As Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald continues his training camp holdout, he’s no closer to a new contract. Rams General Manager Les Snead said there hasn’t been any movement from either side toward meeting somewhere in the middle on a long-term extension for Donald. “Not any movement,” Snead said, via ESPN. “There is hope. There’s [more]




    Source: Michael David Smith of ProFootballTalk

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  • Saints add Jason Jones

    As the Saints continue to try to bolster a defense that has been lacking to say the least in recent years, they’ve added another player who hopefully will assist the cause. Veteran defensive end Jason Jones has signed with the Saints, according to his agent, Mike McCartney. The 31-year-old Jones most recently played for the [more]




    Source: Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk

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  • Despite relaxed celebration rules, touching the cross bar remains a penalty

    The NFL has relaxed its celebration rules this year, and some basketball-style celebrations that previously had been penalized are now legal. Just don’t touch the cross bar on a dunk. A league source tells PFT the officials will now allow celebrations that include layups or finger rolls over the cross bar or shooting the ball [more]




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  • Roberto Aguayo says he was “unlucky” on missed extra point

    Beleaguered Buccaneers kicker Roberto Aguayo missed an extra point on Friday night, then missed a 47-yard field goal later in the game. But he said he felt like he was kicking the ball well. “Honestly, the [extra point] felt good,’’ Aguayo told the Tampa Bay Times. “When I caught it, I knew I pushed it [more]




    Source: Michael David Smith of ProFootballTalk

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