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The Crow’s Nest: Bashing Mike Evans, joint practices, and roster moves

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Rob Gronkowski: Coming out of retirement was a great decision, glad I’m still playing
Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement two and a half years ago and sat out the 2019 season, but when his friend Tom Brady signed with the Buccaneers in 2020, Gronk came out of retirement to facilitate a trade from the Patriots to the Bucs. He has no regrets. Gronkowski said that coming back and getting [more]

Bucs claim Brandon Walton off waivers, waive/injured Raven Greene - ProFootballTalk
The Buccaneers claimed offensive lineman Brandon Walton off waivers from the Steelers, the team announced Wednesday.

Bruce Arians calls out Bucs receivers for dropped passes - ProFootballTalk
At one point last season, Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians disputed that his players were dropping too many passes. On Wednesday, he made no such argument.

8 observations from Titans' first joint practice with Bucs
The Tennessee Titans practiced with the Tampa Bay Bucs on Wednesday, the first of two joint sessions, ahead of their preseason game on Saturday.

Julian Edelman Responds To Tom Brady's 'Recruitment' Attempt
Julian Edelman explains to Tom Brady why he didn't acknowledge the quarterback's pitch to join the reigning champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Chiefs’ Tyrann Mathieu Bashes Bucs’ Mike Evans, Deletes Tweet | Heavy.com
Tyrann Mathieu didn't hold back on his feelings regarding Mike Evans' play.

Falcons practice roundup: Atlanta has encouraging day in joint session with Miami Dolphins - The Falcoholic
You can’t read too much into one practice, but you sure can enjoy it.

Panthers send Pride to IR, trade Little as they slim roster to 85 - Cat Scratch Reader
Today is the deadline to get to 85 members on the roster.

Saints front seven remains stout - Canal Street Chronicles
While there may be questions in the Saints secondary, particularly at the second corner spot, the front seven remains one of the most talented in the league.