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Buccaneers' Jameis Winston: Has solid day against Browns' first-team defense Tuesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Winston made several impressive throws in Tuesday's joint practice session versus the Browns, including a tight completion to Vincent Jackson in traffic.

Although Joe Haden did manage to pick him off once and head coach Dirk Koetter expressed frustration with the offense's performance overall, Winston actually shined on several completions against the Browns' first-team unit. In addition to the close-quarters connection with Jackson, the former No.1 overall pick also found Mike Evans on a rollout on the left sideline and completed a deep pass to his towering wideout in double coverage later in the session. Winston will try to bounce back on Friday against Cleveland in what will serve as the Bucs' dress-rehearsal for the regular season after completing just 30 percent of his 10 attempts against the Jaguars last Saturday.

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Texans' Tyler Ervin: Looking for breakout
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ervin is hoping to have a breakout performance in preseason Week 3 against the Cardinals, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Ervin, a speedy fourth-round draft pick from San Jose State, has yet to make an explosive play as Houston's primary kick returner or on offense as a reserve running back. In college, he had a total of five touchdowns on punt or kick returns, so the skill is in him and the Texans want him to grab hold of the return job. As for his chances in Houston's backfield, his status as a recent draft pick may give him an edge over Kenny Hilliard and Akeem Hunt, but those two have produced better results than Ervin during the first two preseason games.

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Brewers' Chase Anderson: Returns to starting role with solid effort
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Anderson pitched five innings, allowing three runs on six hits and two walks while striking out six Rockies in Tuesday's no-decision.

Making his first start since injuring his quad on Aug. 16, Anderson tied his season high in strikeouts over a 96-pitch effort Tuesday. The 28-year-old has shown improvement in recent weeks, logging a 3-0 record with a 3.82 ERA, versus a pre All-Star record of 4-10 and an ERA of 5.44. Anderson is scheduled to make his next start Sunday against the Pirates, a team that owns a team batting average of .303 against the right-hander over 10 innings this season.

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Texans' Jadeveon Clowney: Working on alternate moves
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Clowney, who frequently uses a bull-rush technique when rushing the quarterback, has been working on other moves that he hasn't broken out yet, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

The bull-rush move was very effective in preseason Week 2 when he dropped New Orleans' Drew Brees for a 14-yard loss, but there might be a point where he needs something else against some of the better offensive lineman in the NFL. "If he can keep running them over and getting sacks, maybe one move will be good enough," Houston defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel said. "You know everybody in this league is pretty good. He's going to run into some guys where he'll have to use some alternative stuff and he has that in his repertoire. He's been working on it. We'll keep working and see how good he can become." The Texans are hopeful that Clowney continues to improve after two injury-riddled seasons to begin his career.

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Buccaneers' Austin Seferian-Jenkins: Embracing time-sharing role at tight end
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Seferian-Jenkins is embracing the time-share situation he's currently in with Cameron Brate with respect to the top tight end job, Scott Smith of the team's official site reports.

The 2014 third-round pick had recently vowed that he'd essentially turned over a new leaf with respect to his maturity following his ouster by head coach Dirk Koetter from an OTA session in June, and he appears to be passing his first true test in that regard with flying colors. Seferian-Jenkins saw his starting tight end role transition to Cameron Brate earlier in camp, but has steadfastly refused to grouse about the situation. Instead, he appears to have stepped up his play considerably, logging five catches over the first two preseason games and consistently turning in solid efforts in practice. The prospect of often sharing the field with Brate in the coming season, something that the duo already experienced in limited fashion towards the tail end of 2015, seems to actually have Seferian-Jenkins excited due to the talent his fellow tight end brings to the table. "I think Cam's a phenomenal tight end in his own right," said Seferian-Jenkins. "I think he does a lot of good things well. I think we just play hard, we both play hard and we both like to make plays and we both like to catch the ball and we're both going to give effort and we're both good people. He plays really hard, he plays a physical game and he's not afraid to go in there and get hit. He's going to make the plays. He's going to do a great job and we're going to do a great job in the tight end room to elevate our team."

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