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Broncos defenders fined for headshots on Cam Newton - SBNation.com
Darian Stewart and Brandon Marshall have been reprimanded for their helmet-to-helmet hits during the season opener.

Tom Brady has never eaten a strawberry, but he's totally fine with avocado ice cream - SBNation.com
How do you live a whole life without even trying one?

NFL picks 2016, Week 2: Can the Cardinals and Cowboys get their 1st wins? - SBNation.com
Our panel of experts is unanimous in its faith that the Cardinals will get back in the win column this week. They're more divided over the Cowboys and a few others.

Doug Martin Makes Big Impact in Opener
Though his final stat line doesn't jump off the page on an afternoon in which Jameis Winston threw for four touchdowns, RB Doug Martin had an outstanding opening game in Atlanta.

Watch: HC Dirk Koetter Press Conference
HC Dirk Koetter spoke to the media on Wednesday about practicing during the season and preparing for the Arizona Cardinals.

Buccaneers Injury Report, September 14th
A look at the Wednesday's injury report.

Vernon Hargreaves Up for Next Challenge
Notes: From Julio Jones to Larry Fitzgerald, rookie CB Vernon Hargreaves is getting a quick indoctrination into the NFL…Plus, Roberto Aguayo's strong debut and a short injury report.

Bucs QB Winston Has A Fan In Cardinals HC Arians | Pewter Report
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston had another big game Sunday and has a fan in Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians.

Bucs' Players Trying To Bring The Buzz Back To Tampa Bay | Pewter Report
Bucs players realize the energy and excitement that a 2-0 start would bring to Tampa Bay. Some have made it their goal to ignite the city.

Bucs RB Martin All About Getting In On Pass Attack | Pewter Report
Doug Martin carries the load for the Bucs and Charles Sims is the dangerous change-of-pace back known for his pass-catching prowess.

Buccaneers' Dirk Koetter returns to scene of last head coaching job - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Now that he's a man in charge in the NFL, the Bucs' Dirk Koetter -- a former ASU coach -- won't be carving out time to see old friends in Arizona.

NFL to launch new $100 million concussion initiatives to improve player safety | Tampa Bay Times
The NFL is launching a new set of concussion-related initiatives under which the league will devote $60 million to technological development, aimed in part at improving helmets for players, and an additional $40 million toward funding medical research into the effects of head injuries, Commissioner Roger Goodell said.

Jameis Winston vs. Marcus Mariota, Week 1: Role reversal | Tampa Bay Times
One year ago, in a matchup featuring the top two draft selections, Jameis Winston threw a pick-six and Marcus Mariota threw four touchdown passes as the Titans walloped the Bucs 42-14.

Cardinals coach Arians has long admired Bucs QB Winston | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Jameis Winston was a sophomore in high school when he first left an impression on Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, who met the quarterback at a football camp Arians ran with his son in Birmingham, Ala.

TE Danny Vitale happy to be back with Bucs on practice squad | Tampa Bay Times
The last two weeks have been difficult for rookie tight end Danny Vitale, who was waived by the Bucs in their final cuts, then claimed by the Bills, only to be waived on his initial physical exam over concerns about a shoulder injury.

Lee Roy Selmon Jr. part of USF's Big 12 presentation | Tampa Bay Times
Former USF DL Lee Roy Selmon Jr., whose father helped launch the Bulls football program and guide it into Division I, was a significant part of the school's formal presentation to Big 12 officials in Dallas on Friday. The materials presented to the Power Five conference, including a video reportedly featuring Pro Football Hall of Famer Tony Dungy and former New York Yankees/Jefferson High star Tino Martinez, are expected to be made public as early as today.

Book Excerpt: View from the O-Line
Mudd played for six years in the NFL with the 49ers and Bears, then spent nearly four decades as an offensive line coach in the NFL

The NFL Investigation And Punishment Of Josh Brown Achieved Nothing
The details, emerging nearly two years into the NFL’s quest to “get it right” on domestic violence, followed the grimly familiar pattern. In several interviews with deputies in King County, Wash., Molly Brown described her relationship with her estranged husband, New York Giants kicker Josh Brown, and the outbursts of violence and intimidation within their marriage.