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The Giants are reportedly targeting Seahawks holdout Kam Chancellor - SBNation.com
Chancellor's holdout in Seattle is threatening to stretch into the regular season, and the Giants are supposedly one of several teams that has inquired about bringing him aboard.

Tim Tebow, Darnell Dockett among most notable NFL cuts as teams trim to 53 players - SBNation.com
Tim Tebow and Darnell Dockett are among the most notable cuts as teams trimmed to the regular season limit of 53 players on Saturday.

5 Things to Know about Players Claimed
A few things to know about the five players the Buccaneers claimed off waivers on Sunday.

Buccaneers 53-Man Roster Breakdown

Buccaneers Claim Five Off Waivers
Once again making use of its #1 waiver priority, Tampa Bay claimed five players off waivers after Saturday's cut, including help at defensive end and linebacker and a third quarterback.

Buccaneers load up on running backs - ESPN Video
ESPN Buccaneers reporter Pat Yasinskas says Tampa Bay kept five running backs on the 2015 roster, led by Doug Martin, to establish a reliable ground game and take pressure off rookie quarterback Jameis Winston.

Buccaneers claim QB Griffin, four others off waivers | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA - Finishing a season with the worst record in the league will get you more than just the first pick in the NFL Draft. It’ll also give you first crack at any player who winds up in what the Buccaneers refer to as the NFL’s "second draft.’’

Dirk Koetter looks to mold Bucs offense to fit talent | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Whenever the Koetter clan gathered around the dinner table for an update, one item dominated the menu.

Bucs add backup QB, put Dotson on IR on busy day | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The Bucs called Sunday morning their "second draft," a chance to make the most of having first claim to players waived as the rest of the league made its final roster cuts.

Bucs' Demar Dotson to miss first seven games | Tampa Bay Times
When Bucs tackle Demar Dotson first spoke about his injured left knee, he was hopeful of being back in six weeks, which would have him miss the first three games of the 2015 season.