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6 things to know about Jarryd Hayne’s journey from rugby league MVP to NFL rookie - SBNation.com
This guy isn't going anywhere.

Trent Richardson probably had a perfectly good reason for running away from that hole, jerks - SBNation.com
Maybe he had a good reason!

James Harrison took away his kids' participation trophies because they didn't 'earn' them - SBNation.com
This is tough love.

Tim Tebow scores most important 4th quarter preseason touchdown ever - SBNation.com
Eagles fans are excited!

Chip Kelly on perception and truth with Philadelphia Eagles | The MMQB with Peter King
Chip Kelly has taken some hits, in the media and from former players, this offseason. Now it's the Eagles coach's turn to communicate his thoughts. Plus, how badminton helped Sam Bradford, an ironman in Cleveland, the 2014 playoff team that's better than everyone thinks and much more

WATCH: Buccaneers-Vikings Highlights
Watch highlights from the Buccaneers-Vikings preseason game at TCF Bank Stadium.

Demar Dotson Sidelined by Sprained Knee
Starting right tackle Demar Dotson will definitely miss the Bucs' next game after injuring his right knee Saturday night, but the team has not yet determined a timetable for his return.

Buccaneers vs. Vikings Unit Game Grades | Pewter Report
DEFENSIVE LINE It's difficult to evaluate any unit during preseason, as they're constantly rotating and getting accustomed to competitive action.

Dotson Suffered Ligament Sprain, Not Tear vs. Vikings | Pewter Report
Tampa Bay right tackle Demar Dotson suffered a knee sprain, and not torn ligaments, according to an MRI on Sunday.

If Demar Dotson's injury is serious, Tampa Bay Buccaneers in trouble - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
The Bucs might have lost more than a football game Saturday night. They might have lost their best offensive lineman, at least for the short term.

Winston's short memory, situational football are keys as rookie - ESPN Video
Herm Edwards and Field Yates discuss Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston's struggles using his eyes early in his preseason debut and how Winston adapted and put together a touchdown drive at the end of the half.

Bucs’ Dotson has left knee sprain, ‘out for a period of time’ | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — The preliminary diagnosis on right tackle Demar Dotson is a left knee sprain, but coach Lovie Smith said the longest-tenured Buccaneer is still being evaluated to see if there is further damage.

Winston needs to settle in, but strong finish provides hope | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — It was the day after Jameis Winston’s first game as a Buc. There might be as many as 19 to follow, with accompanying dissections, before the end of Winston’s rookie season — the good, the bad, the ugly.

Smith 'not pleased at all' with Gilkey's errant snaps | Tampa Bay Times
Last season, when Bucs center Evan Smith missed a game due to illness, the Bucs plugged in backup guard Garrett Gilkey, who hadn't ever snapped in a game. The move proved costly, with trouble on the center-quarterback exchange, most notably on a third-and-goal play that forced the Bucs to settle for a field goal in what ended up a one-point loss to the Bengals.

Bucs to bring in ex-Colts T Cherilus for visit | Tampa Bay Times
As the Bucs weigh their in-house options with starting right tackle Demar Dotson sidelined with a knee injury, the team will bring in veteran Gosder Cherilus, who started 29 games in the last two years with the Colts, for a visit on Monday.

Bucs rookie LB Alexander draws high praise after preseason debut | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Bucs coach Lovie Smith volunteered a single name from the defense as standing out in Saturday's preseason loss to the Vikings: rookie LB Kwon Alexander.

Bucs tackle Demar Dotson has left knee sprain | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Bucs starting right tackle Demar Dotson's injury suffered against the Vikings on Saturday was diagnosed as a sprained left knee, coach Lovie Smith said Sunday, suggesting the team's most tenured player could play again this season.