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- Antonio Brown is reborn. The mercurial wide receiver is reportedly having a great training camp thus far.
- Bucs release depth chart ahead of first preseason game. It is just a first preseason game depth chart, but this should give everyone a pretty good idea who the starters will eventually be when the regular season starts.
- How is Kyle Trask progressing for the Bucs? There will be a time after Tom Brady, even if it’s in the year 2030. So how has Brady’s presumed backup fared so far in camp?
- Falcons first depth chart of the preseason. Ahead of their game against the Tennessee Titans, the Falcons revealed their first depth chart of the 2021-22 season, with a few surprises.
- How will the Falcons fare against the Saints in week 9? These are two teams facing a lot of changes this upcoming season. One thing that doesn’t change: the rivalry and the dislike between the teams and fanbases. Hint: The Falcoholics, as is always the case in August, are very, very confident.
- What is the Falcons’ biggest question going into preseason game No. 1? Atlanta plays Tennessee in a game that should start providing some answers about the Saints’ division rivals.
- Panthers release first “unofficial” depth chart. Like all teams starting the preseason, the Panthers offer us a glimpse of what their starting team might look like in Week 1 of the regular season.
- Did you know? IR isn’t what is used to be anymore. And that’s a good thing, as the NFL will now allow unlimited returns from the IR list in 2021, and a reduced amount of mandatory games missed as well.
- Panthers 2021 season opener countdown: 30 days to go. In this edition of the series, Joseph Czikk takes a look at No. 30 for Carolina, running back Chuba Hubbard. The rookie will vie for a spot on the team as a backup to Christian McCaffrey, a position that should see many reps as McCaffrey returns from a 2020 season lost to injuries.
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