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The Crow’s Nest: Opponent trash talk, Koetter’s optimism, and a safety wants a new deal

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NFL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ers Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

49ers opponents preview, predictions: One reason they’ll beat the Buccaneers (and one reason they won’t) - Niners Nation
It’s time for us to look at each matchup and give one reason why the San Francisco 49ers can succeed at each of their opponents and one reason why they cannot.

Bucs Open Practice Dates for Training Camp -
Fans attending open dates will enjoy new vantage points from all around practice as well as an opportunity to watch portions of the workouts inside the new air-conditioned indoor facility

2018 Bucs’ Opponent in Question: Dallas Cowboys -
The last in our opponent series, the Buccaneers will take on the Cowboys on December 23 in Arlington, Texas at AT&T Stadium. Here’s a few things to know about Dallas heading into the 2018 season.

Dirk Koetter Sporting Undefeated Mentality -
Koetter talked to his hometown Idaho State Journal during his vacation and admitted he is as high as ever about his team.

Special Attention -
Let’s take a close look at these shaky special teams.

Earl Thomas: If you don't want me, then trade me -
All-Pro safety Earl Thomas has ratcheted up the rhetoric in his quest for a new contract, once again placing his Seahawks future in question. "If you don't want me, let's make a trade," he posted on Instagram.

Le'Veon Bell agent: RB likely in final year with Steelers -
After failing to secure a long-term extension before Monday's deadline, running back Le'Veon Bell could leave the Pittsburgh Steelers after the 2018 season.

Why Le’Veon Bell will probably leave the Steelers after 2018 -
Bell will have to play another season another the franchise tag after the long-term deal deadline passed.

NFL uniforms: Which ones most need an upgrade? We asked an artist. -
The Browns? More like the Frowns, right guys? Right?