A weekly look at the top stories being discussed on the other three NFC South blogs on SB Nation.
- Bucs well represented on the NFL’s Top 100 List. The list is prestigious and well-regarded as fellow players rank their peers, and as expected, the Bucs are presented by a plethora of players.
- Bucs’ starters not expected to play much vs. Titans. With the preseason now reduced to only three games, the second game has become a showcase for guys trying to make teams. To that effect, the Bucs’ starting squad isn’t expected to see much action on Saturday night against the Titans.
- Round One: Fight!!!! For those of you who used to play the old Mortal Kombat video game, you are most likely familiar with that phrase. Well, the Bucs and Titans took it literally in their joint practice session ahead of their preseason game tonight. There were several skirmishes and even punches thrown.
- Falcons and Dolphins have joint practice ahead of their Saturday preseason game. One notable piece of news is how “awful” backup quarterback AJ McCarron has looked.
- Fresh Falcons News from Friday: From training camp practices recap to players fighting for positions.
- Falcons 53-man roster projection in preseason week 2. Who will be the 53 men that will face the Saints twice this upcoming season? Kevin Knight takes a stab at the prediction.
- Greg Little traded away as Panthers trim roster. The longtime offensive tackle was traded as Carolina was cutting its roster to 85 players.
- Panthers will require masks for all indoor areas of Bank of America Stadium. Arenas across the NFL continue to take measures to keep fans in stadia during the 2021-22 NFL season, with the COVID pandemic not really going away.
- Some injury news in Panthers camp. Ahead of their Saturday preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens, Carolina has suffered a few notable nicks and bruises in camp.
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