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The Crow’s Nest: Getting booed, Vea’s weight, and Brady’s shadow

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Tom Brady endures good-natured boos during Peyton Manning’s Hall of Fame speech
Think the Peyton Manning-Tom Brady rivalry is over? Manning's Hall of Fame speech proved otherwise.

Bucs have given Vita Vea a goal of making weight by Saturday - ProFootballTalk
The Buccaneers list defensive tackle Vita Vea at 347 pounds. Whatever Vea weighs now, it’s not quite where the the Bucs want him once the season starts.

Tom Brady will play in Buccaneers preseason opener and here's how long Bruce Arians plans to play him -
Brady will make his preseason debut against the Bengals

Bucs' secondary aims to step out of Tom Brady's shadow and get overdue respect - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
The Bucs' secondary quietly turned the corner in the playoffs and was a key part of the Super Bowl run. Will it finally earn the respect it craves?

NFL season projections 2021: Win-loss records, playoff and Super Bowl chances from Football Power Index
The ESPN Football Power Index projections are live. Here's how our model believes the 2021 season will play out.

Should the Saints Trade for WR James Washington? - Canal Street Chronicles
Another WR has been added to the trade block

Kaleb McGary unlikely to play Friday against Titans - The Falcoholic
He’s back, but the Falcons seem eager to ease him back in.

Panthers 2021 season opener countdown: 34 days to go - Cat Scratch Reader
We’re counting down the days until the Panthers kick off the 2021 season.

2021 NFL training camps: 21 things we learned after first 2 weeks
What's the latest on the health of Saquon Barkley, Dak Prescott and Odell Beckham Jr.? Could the Colts turn to a rookie quarterback to fill in for Carson Wentz? Gregg Rosenthal takes a look at the juiciest tidbits escaping from training camps across the N

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson doesn't want to 'dwell' on vaccination decision
Lamar Jackson is back from his second bout with COVID-19 and is happy to return to the Ravens before the start of their preseason slate. His time away did not come without frustration.