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Tom Brady reportedly willing to compromise over DeflateGate, but the NFL won't budge -
The Patriots quarterback is reportedly willing to accept some form of punishment in the DeflateGate saga as long as he doesn't have to accept the NFL's findings from the Wells investigation.

All eyes on LeSean McCoy's hamstring -
Shady injured his hamstring in practice late Tuesday, and the Bills are holding their breath waiting for results of the MRI. Plus, the massive fight between the Rams and Cowboys, the latest DeflateGate news and more.

'Hard Knocks' episode 2 recap: The Life of Brian Cushing -
As the Texans get ready for their first preseason game, the focus turns to lesser-known players, and we find out just how much of a bro Brian Cushing is.

Kelvin Benjamin out for season with torn ACL -
Kelvin Benjamin suffered a torn ACL in practice on Wednesday morning, leaving the Panthers extremely thin at wide receiver.

Insider: Progress Relies on Vets
Casey Phillips and Scott Smith discuss how the Buccaneers' veteran improvement and persistence will determine the team's success in 2015.

Buccaneers Turn It Up to 11
The Buccaneers got physical on the practice field Wednesday, which helped them turn in their best workout of training camp…Plus, good days for Austin Seferian-Jenkins and D.J. Swearinger.

Standouts from Training Camp, August 19
Five players who caught our eye during the Bucs' training camp practice on Wednesday.

Kenny Bell Training Camp Diary: 8-19: | Pewter Report
One of the most compelling aspects of Bucs training camp each is that the team brings 90 players to One Buccaneer Place and only 53 end up making the final roster. Nearly half of the players that report to Tampa Bay in August will be gone by early September when the final roster cuts come.

Winston Report 8-19: Jameis Flips Script With Strong Start, Shaky Finish | Pewter Report
Jameis Winston started into Wednesday morning’s practice looking as sharp as he has all summer.

Bucs Training Camp Practice Report 8-19: Ramped Up Intensity Leads to "Chippy Practice" | Pewter Report
The format of Wednesday’s 9 a.m. practice featured an extended period of position drills and warmups, but that was probably because of the added intensity and hitting during the latter part of the afternoon.

TJ Fatinikun Training Camp Diary: 8-19 – It Was Hot, Tempers Were Flaring | Pewter Report
Follow Bucs DE T.J. Fatinikun's journey through training camp in this exclusive Training Camp Diary on

Jameis Winston starts off fast for a change - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Notoriously slow starter Jameis Winston was hot from his first throw in practice on Wednesday, and he had one of his best passing days of camp.

Bucs QB Jameis Winston does not snore, but does have a nightly habit - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
"He wants to do pop quizzes about football at like 12:30 or 1 in the morning," Kenny Bell said of the Bucs' QB. "I'm exhausted. He's dedicated."

Tampa Bay Buccaneers looking at Sterling Moore at nickelback - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have shuffled their nickelbacks in practice this week.

Ex-Bucs champ Rice finds new passion on big screen | and The Tampa Tribune
Whose turn is it to buy the pizza?

Can Winston-to-Evans be the new Montana-to-Rice? The Bucs sure hope so | Tampa Bay Times
"I’m a big dreamer and I always tell Mike, ‘Mike: Joe Montana, Jerry Rice,’ just things like that, building our heads up,’’ Winston said. "That was one of the best duos of all time. But I love this game of football so much, so I try to relate me and a great receiver like him to other players that have done it before.’’

Bucs' Jameis Winston, Mike Evans reach for stars | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Jameis Winston to Mike Evans is a passing combination Bucs fans should hear about for years to come. But can the duo be Joe Montana to Jerry Rice? Winston and Evans think so.

The RG3 situation shows why athletes hate the media.
Anyone who watched Robert Griffin III say that he believes he's the best quarterback in the league knew what he was really saying. But the quote got pulled out of context, starting a relentless cycle of unfair coverage. It's no wonder why media access is being limited.