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Bucs News

Bucs Senior Offensive Assistant Raye Absent, Future Unclear-Pewter Report
Health issues, apparently.

Ravens scouting report: Super Bowl hangover? |
Err...does it matter? It's a preseason game.

Bucs vs. Ravens: Five things to watch |
Backups, backups, backups.

Rookie Glennon will get chances to impress in preseason |
Of course.

Is Bucs' Glennon the backup QB or a viable backup plan? | Tampa Bay Times

First rule of Bucs preseason: Don't risk injury | Tampa Bay Times
Rule number two: people will get injured anyway.

5 things to watch in Bucs preseason opener | Tampa Bay Times

Buccaneers Fantasy Corner: NFC Southern Hospitality |

Stocker: "This Is My Shot" |
Then take it already.

Musical Interlude

NFC South News

New Orleans Saints Training Camp Injury Report: Junior Galette, Pierre Thomas, Keenan Lewis Leave Practice - Canal Street Chronicles
Lots of injuries.

Saints Lose Joe Morgan and Kenyon Coleman for the 2013 NFL Season - Canal Street Chronicles

Carolina Panthers training camp 2013: It's time to Ask Luke - Cat Scratch Reader
Ask Luke Kuechly?

2013 Carolina Panthers Training Camp: Day 11 Twitter Recap - Cat Scratch Reader
Camp notes.

Falcons preseason Week 1 injury update - The Falcoholic

Falcons vs Bengals: What to watch for - The Falcoholic
Whether all the Falcons suddenly fall down with knee injuries?

Bengals vs. Falcons -- Combined Practice Part II - The Falcoholic

NFL News

Michael Vick expected to start for Eagles preseason opener -
Huh. Okay.

The Packers are fighting their way through training camp, literally -

NFL training camp 2013, roster battles: Jarvis Jones, Barkevious Mingo and others -
Random roster battles.

The List: A comprehensive roundup of unsportsmanlike NFL celebrations -

Marshawn Lynch joins fellow Oakland School Kids in a music video -

Deon Grant retires from NFL -
Wow, 11 years? That's longer than I thought.