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Lions OG Swanson, CB Mathis hurt

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ARLINGTON, Texas — Detroit Lions rookie guard Travis Swanson was helped from the field in the first quarter of Sunday’s NFC Wild Card game at Dallas.

Swanson was treated for a knee injury on the sideline and was taken to the the locker room for further evaluation. His return is questionable. Swanson started at right guard with Larry Warford (ankle) inactive.

Lions cornerback Rashean Mathis left the game with a quadriceps injury. His return is also questionable.

Cowboys inside linebacker Rolando McClain was taken to the locker room to be treated for dehydration. McClain did not travel with the team to Washington for the Week 17 game last week because of an illness.

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Broncos holding their breath on Derek Wolfe

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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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Buccaneers admit mistake, boot Aguayo

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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?

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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]

Source: Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk

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