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  • Ryan Santoso NYG P
    Giants' Ryan Santoso: Inks future deal
    26m ago

    Santoso signed a reserve/future contract with the Giants on Tuesday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.

    Santoso has experience as a kicker and a punter, and he'll add depth at both positions heading into the 2021 season. With Graham Gano and Riley Dixon both under contract, Santoso's a long shot to make the final roster.

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  • Jordan Whitehead TB FS
    Buccaneers' Jordan Whitehead: Should be ready for Super Bowl
    1h ago

    Whitehead (shoulder) is expected to play in the Super Bowl against the Chiefs, ESPN.com reports.

    Whitehead exited the NFC Championship Game early in the third quarter and didn't return. However, it appears the 23-year-old will be able to play through the issue, so he's on track to start at free safety Feb. 7. Through 16 regular-season games, Whitehead produced 74 tackles, two sacks, four pass breakups and two interceptions. He added seven tackles and two forced fumbles in the postseason as well.

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  • Antoine Winfield Jr. TB SS
    Buccaneers' Antoine Winfield: On track for Super Bowl
    1h ago

    Winfield (ankle) is expected to play in the Super Bowl against the Chiefs, ESPN.com reports.

    Winfield sat out of the NFC Championship Game win over the Packers, but he's on track to play Feb. 7. The rookie safety has been a key figure on Tampa Bay's dominant defense this season, recording 94 tackles, three sacks and six pass breakups. He may still be limited when the Buccaneers reveal their first official practice report.

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  • Nick Mullens SF QB
    49ers' Nick Mullens: Doesn't need TJ surgery
    1h ago

    Mullens (elbow) avoided Tommy John surgery and should be healthy for the start of training camp, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

    Mullens did have surgery on his injured right elbow in late December, but he avoided the famous procedure that often causes MLB pitchers to miss entire seasons. He can become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, while fellow 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo has been oft-mentioned as a potential cap casualty. Of course, the Niners presumably will try to find someone better than Mullens if they do end up moving on from Garoppolo.

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  • Aaron Rodgers GB QB
    Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Not expecting trade
    1h ago

    Rodgers expects to stay with the Packers for 2021, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. "I don't think that there's any reason why I wouldn't be back, but there's not many absolutes in this business," Rodgers said Tuesday.

    While an MVP award may not be enough to stop trade rumors, it doesn't sound like 2021 will mark the beginning of the Jordan Love era in Green Bay. Packers CEO Mark Murphy was emphatic earlier this week when a radio host asked him about the QB situation, saying "there's no way in heck Aaron is not gonna be on the Packers," per NFL.com. That doesn't necessarily mean Rodgers will stay with the Packers through the end of his contract in 2023, but he'll likely stay put for at least one more season.

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  • Le'Veon Bell KC RB
    Chiefs' Le'Veon Bell: Should be ready for Super Bowl
    4h ago

    Bell (knee) is expected to be available to play in Super Bowl LV, ESPN's Dianna Russini reports.

    Assuming Bell is available a week from Sunday, it remains to be seen what his role might be versus the Buccaneers. Though Clyde Edwards-Helaire was able to play in the AFC Championship Game, it was Darrel Williams who served as Kansas City's lead back in the team's 38-24 win over the Bills. Bell therefore seems likely to work in a complementary role if he suits up against Tampa Bay.

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  • Nick Mullens SF QB
    49ers' Nick Mullens: Doesn't need TJ surgery
    1h ago

    Mullens (elbow) avoided Tommy John surgery and should be healthy for the start of training camp, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

    Mullens did have surgery on his injured right elbow in late December, but he avoided the famous procedure that often causes MLB pitchers to miss entire seasons. He can become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, while fellow 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo has been oft-mentioned as a potential cap casualty. Of course, the Niners presumably will try to find someone better than Mullens if they do end up moving on from Garoppolo.

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  • Aaron Rodgers GB QB
    Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Not expecting trade
    1h ago

    Rodgers expects to stay with the Packers for 2021, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. "I don't think that there's any reason why I wouldn't be back, but there's not many absolutes in this business," Rodgers said Tuesday.

    While an MVP award may not be enough to stop trade rumors, it doesn't sound like 2021 will mark the beginning of the Jordan Love era in Green Bay. Packers CEO Mark Murphy was emphatic earlier this week when a radio host asked him about the QB situation, saying "there's no way in heck Aaron is not gonna be on the Packers," per NFL.com. That doesn't necessarily mean Rodgers will stay with the Packers through the end of his contract in 2023, but he'll likely stay put for at least one more season.

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  • Josh Allen BUF QB
    Bills' Josh Allen: Reverts to old form
    2d ago

    Allen completed 28 of 48 pass attempts for 287 yards, two touchdowns and an interception while rushing for 88 yards on seven carries in Sunday's 38-24 loss to the Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game.

    Allen made one of the greatest one-year leaps in progression we've ever witnessed from his second to third campaign. The rising star improved his completion percentage 10 points (59 to 69 percent) while posting MVP-level passing numbers in 2020, but the quarterback we saw on the field Sunday was closer to the inferior 2018/2019 versions, even though he clearly battled hard until the end. Allen was under duress in the pocket and forced some inaccurate throws when he wasn't straight up getting sacked (four sacks for a combined loss of 53 yards). The 24-year-old tried to get the offense going with his legs, as his 88 rushing yards represented a new season high. The Bills were outclassed by the Chiefs on both sides of the ball, and that all shouldn't fall on just the quarterback, but Allen didn't perform up to the expectations he set after a tremendous overall season. How the young gunslinger responds to the sting of defeat ultimately may determine which direction his development moves in his fourth year as a pro, but Buffalo fans and fantasy managers have to feel optimistic after witnessing the overwhelmingly positive results Allen displayed this season.

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  • Patrick Mahomes KC QB
    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Reaches second straight Super Bowl
    2d ago

    Mahomes completed 29 of 38 pass attempts for 325 yards and three touchdowns, adding five carries for five yards during Sunday's 38-24 win against the Bills in the AFC Championship Game.

    By virtue of Kansas City's 22-17 win over Cleveland in the divisional round, Mahomes garnered the opportunity to become the first quarterback in NFL history to start three conference title games in his first four seasons in the league. He had to overcome a case of turf toe and a stint in the NFL's concussion protocol to earn his 17th start of the season. After exiting in the third quarter of last Sunday's win over the Browns, Mahomes proved capable of doing just that. Kansas City remained without starting right tackle Mitchell Schwartz (back) for the AFC Championship Game, while Eric Fisher (Achilles) departed during the contest and was unable to return. Still, Buffalo generated only one sack of Mahomes, as the Chiefs were 5-for-6 in converting red-zone opportunities into TDs. The 25-year-old gets his second Super Bowl appearance in as many seasons as he prepares for a fifth career game against Tom Brady. Mahomes is 2-2 in head-to-head matchups with Brady, who will make the 10th Super Bowl appearance of his illustrious career during his debut season in Tampa Bay.

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  • Aaron Rodgers GB QB
    Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Throws for 346 yards in loss
    2d ago

    Rodgers completed 33 of 48 passes for 346 yards, three touchdowns and one interception in Sunday's 31-26 loss to the Buccaneers in the NFC Championship Game.

    As has been the case for the entirety of the season, Rodgers played at an MVP level and nearly led the Packers back from an 18-point deficit. He hit on several big plays to Marquez Valdes-Scantling, connecting for a 50-yard touchdown early in the second quarter as well as gains of 29 and 24 yards. Rodgers' other two scores came from eight and two yards, respectively. His only glaring error came just before halftime, when he threw an interception that ultimately led to a Buccaneers touchdown. Looking toward the 2021 season, Rodgers remains under contract with the Packers and is likely to return to the team to continue his high level of play.

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  • Tom Brady TB QB
    Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Works through picks in historic win
    2d ago

    Brady completed 20 of 36 passes for 280 yards with three touchdowns and three interceptions in the Buccaneers' 31-26 win over the Packers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game. He also lost a yard on a game-ending kneel-down play.

    Brady and the Buccaneers navigated more than their fair share of adversity throughout the hard-fought victory, and the future Hall of Famer personally had to endure a trio of interceptions in the second half that helped bring the Packers back into the game and change the dynamic of what appeared to be turning into a rout after Brady's third touchdown pass. The turnovers somewhat marred the 43-year-old's final stat line, but he still leveraged his unmatched experience in high-stakes postseason games to calmly connect with Chris Godwin and Rob Gronkowski for critical completions of 11 and 29 yards on a mid-fourth-quarter drive that lead to a crucial Ryan Succop field goal which extended the lead back to eight points. Brady finished the team's three-game postseason road path to a homefield Super Bowl with multiple touchdown passes in each playoff contest, and he and his teammates will now ready themselves to face either the Bills or Chiefs in two weeks at Raymond James Stadium.

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  • Le'Veon Bell KC RB
    Chiefs' Le'Veon Bell: Should be ready for Super Bowl
    4h ago

    Bell (knee) is expected to be available to play in Super Bowl LV, ESPN's Dianna Russini reports.

    Assuming Bell is available a week from Sunday, it remains to be seen what his role might be versus the Buccaneers. Though Clyde Edwards-Helaire was able to play in the AFC Championship Game, it was Darrel Williams who served as Kansas City's lead back in the team's 38-24 win over the Bills. Bell therefore seems likely to work in a complementary role if he suits up against Tampa Bay.

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  • Jalen Richard LV RB
    Raiders' Jalen Richard: Finishes with only 261 total yards
    6h ago

    Richard finished 2020 with a 22/123/1 rushing line and 19/138/0 receiving line in 13 games.

    Richard didn't provide much of a return in the first season of a two-year, $7 million extension, with his role largely limited to obvious passing situations or garbage time. Even if they aren't ready to use Josh Jacobs in a three-down role, the Raiders aren't likely to bring Richard back at his scheduled $3.5 million cap hit for 2021. His return to the team likely would hinge on accepting a pay cut.

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  • Eno Benjamin ARI RB
    Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Spends whole season as healthy scratch
    6h ago

    Benjamin spent the entire 2020 season on Arizona's roster but never played in a game.

    The 2020 seventh-round pick was a healthy scratch all year, with Kenyan Drake playing 15 games and Chase Edmonds suiting up for all 16. Depth running back D.J. Foster also made 10 appearances, logging 25 snaps on offense and 115 on special teams. With Drake and Foster both scheduled to become unrestricted free agents this offseason, Benjamin could have an opening to make an impression during OTAs and minicamp.

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  • Anthony McFarland PIT RB
    Steelers' Anthony McFarland: Could benefit from OC promotion
    6h ago

    McFarland could benefit from working with offensive coordinator Matt Canada, who held the same position at The University of Maryland when the running back ran for 1,034 yards in 2018, Mark Kaboly of The Athletic reports.

    McFarland and Canada both experienced their first NFL season in 2020, with the former seldom used as a backup running back, while the latter served as QBs coach. Canada replaces Randy Fichtner, who was criticized for ranking 31st, 29th and 32nd in rushing yards during his three-year tenure as offensive coordinator. With James Conner scheduled for free agency and none of McFarland, Benny Snell or Jaylen Samuels making a strong impression this past season, it's hard to get a read on the future of the Pittsburgh backfield. The murky situation isn't necessarily a bad thing for McFarland, a soon-to-be 22-year-old with 4.44 speed and decent organizational investment in him (2020 fourth-round pick).

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  • Chris Thompson JAC RB
    Jaguars' Chris Thompson: No future in Jacksonville?
    6h ago

    The Jaguars may look for a new third-down back to replace Thompson (back) this offseason, Garry Smits of The Florida Times-Union reports.

    Thompson signed a one-year contract last offseason and played in eight games before a back injury sent him to injured reserve. He finished with only seven carries for 20 yards and a 20/146/1 receiving line, while starting RB James Robinson piled up 1,070 rushing yards, 344 receiving yards and 10 total touchdowns. The Jags may want a third-down specialist to help lighten Robinson's workload in 2021, but the 30-year-old Thompson isn't likely to be that guy. After missing five or more games for a fourth consecutive year, Thompson could have trouble finding work even if his back injury heals before the start of free agency.

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  • Dexter Williams GB RB
    Packers' Dexter Williams: Inks reserve/future deal
    18h ago

    Williams has signed a reserve/future contract with the Packers.

    Williams was just cut from the Packers' practice squad prior to their loss in the NFC Championship Game. His departure was used to add offensive line depth. He spent most of the 2020 season on Green Bay's practice squad, but he did ultimately suit up for three games and record eight yards on two rushes.

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  • Sammy Watkins KC WR
    Chiefs' Sammy Watkins: Expected back for Super Bowl
    4h ago

    Watkins (calf) is expected to be ready to play in Super Bowl LV, ESPN's Dianna Russini reports.

    Watkins last suited up back on Dec. 27, but after missing Kansas City's first two playoff games, the wide receiver is trending toward a return to action a week from Sunday. In 10 games this past season, Watkins logged 37 catches (on 55 targets) for 421 yards and two TDs. If he's able to play in the Super Bowl, Watkins would give QB Patrick Mahomes another viable option in the team's passing game, which is paced by playmaking wideout Tyreek Hill and tight end Travis Kelce.

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  • Odell Beckham CLE WR
    Browns' Odell Beckham: On track with ACL recovery
    5h ago

    Browns GM Andrew Berry said Beckham's recovery from knee surgery is going very well, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports.

    Beckham tore the ACL in his left knee Oct. 25 and underwent surgery Nov. 10. He'll presumably be held out of practices throughout the offseason program, likely hoping to return at some point during training camp. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network suggested in November that Beckham could be traded, but recent comments from both Berry and the 28-year-old wideout suggest OBJ is part of the Browns' plan for 2021, according to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

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  • Marcus Kemp KC WR
    Marcus Kemp: Sent to practice squad
    16h ago

    Kemp reverted to Kansas City's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.

    Kemp was brought up to the Chiefs' active roster for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against Buffalo. He was on the field for four offensive snaps and 17 special teams snaps, recovering an onside kick in the fourth quarter that helped seal the victory.

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  • Kenny Stills BUF WR
    Kenny Stills: Back to practice squad
    16h ago

    Stills reverted to the Bills' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.

    Stills was inactive for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Chiefs. He appeared in 10 games with the Texans during the regular season, catching 11 passes for 144 yards and a touchdown on 19 targets.

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  • Cole Beasley BUF WR
    Bills' Cole Beasley: Plays through leg fracture
    1d ago

    Beasley played through a fractured fibula during the playoffs, Michael Giardi of NFL Network reports.

    The Bills listed Beasley with a knee injury from Week 17 through the AFC Championship Game, never revealing any details. The slot receiver missed only one game (the regular-season finale) but said the injury bothered him during the first two rounds of the playoffs. Beasley felt better during the AFCCG loss to Kansas City, and he expects to have a normal offseason after catching seven passes in his final appearance of the campaign. The 31-year-old should be safe in Buffalo for the third season of his four-year, $29 million contract, considering he finished 2020 with career highs for catches (82), receiving yards (967), targets (107), yards per catch (11.8), yards per target (9.0) and catch rate (76.6 percent).

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  • Jaydon Mickens TB WR
    Buccaneers' Jaydon Mickens: Busy day on returns in title win
    1d ago

    Mickens returned five kickoffs for 121 yards and ran back two punts for 10 yards in the Buccaneers' 31-26 win over the Packers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.

    Mickens once again toiled almost exclusively on special teams, logging just three snaps from scrimmage as the No. 5 receiver with Antonio Brown (knee) out of action. The speedy four-year pro averaged an impressive 24.2 yards per kickoff return Sunday, and given that special teams have played a prominent part in turning the tide of multiple Super Bowls, Mickens stands a chance of making an impact in the upcoming, potentially high-scoring title game versus the Chiefs.

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  • Isaac Nauta GB TE
    Packers' Isaac Nauta: Inks reserve/future contract
    19h ago

    Nauta has agreed to a reserve/future contract with the Packers on Monday.

    Nauta primarily bounced between the Lions' active roster and practice squad this season before landing with the Packers in December. The 23-year-old will enter the 2021 offseason in Green Bay and look to earn himself a bigger role in his third season.

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  • Travis Kelce KC TE
    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Posts two more TDs against Bills
    2d ago

    Kelce secured 13 of his 15 targets for 118 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 38-24 win against the Bills in the AFC Championship Game.

    Kelce evidently has Buffalo's number, as he does most every team in the NFL, with his only other multi-TD performance of the season coming Week 6 against the Bills. It was a seemingly favorable matchup, with Buffalo surrendering an NFL-worst 92 receptions to opposing tight ends during the regular season. Kelce predictably cashed in. The three-time All-Pro enjoyed a ludicrous start to the playoff rematch, setting a Chiefs franchise postseason record with nine first-half receptions Sunday. Heading into a Super Bowl matchup against the Buccaneers on Sunday, Feb. 7, Kelce carries a streak of six consecutive outings with 10-plus targets and at least one TD catch.

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  • Robert Tonyan GB TE
    Packers' Robert Tonyan: Finds end zone
    2d ago

    Tonyan recorded four receptions on four targets for 22 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-26 loss to the Buccaners in the NFC Championship Game.

    Tonyan continued to fill the role of red-zone threat, scoring from eight yards away midway through the third quarter. Between both 16 regular-season contests and two playoff games, Tonyan managed 12 touchdowns and emerged as a trusted option for Aaron Rodgers. Tonyan will enter the offseason as a restricted free agent, though it's likely that the Packers will tender him a contract after his breakout performance throughout the 2020 campaign.

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  • Cameron Brate TB TE
    Buccaneers' Cameron Brate: Scores TD in championship win
    2d ago

    Brate brought in three of five targets for 19 yards and a touchdown in the Buccaneers' 31-26 win over the Packers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.

    The veteran tight end once again delivered in the red zone, breaking wide open on a play-action fake early in the third quarter for an eight-yard scoring grab that extended the Buccaneers' lead to 21-10 following Ryan Succop's extra point. Brate made an impact in all three of Tampa Bay's playoff contests, posting a combined 11-149-0 line on 16 targets. He'll look to carve out another solid complementary role during a Super Bowl LV matchup versus the Bills or Chiefs on Sunday, Feb. 7.

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  • Rob Gronkowski TB TE
    Buccaneers' Rob Gronkowski: Provides clutch catch in win
    2d ago

    Gronkowski secured his only target for 29 yards in the Buccaneers' 31-26 win over the Packers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.

    The 2020 season and postseason often have been an exercise in humility and sacrifice for Gronkowski, who's garnered nowhere near the same level of attention from Tom Brady as he once did during their New England days. Nevertheless, the chemistry the two once enjoyed still rears its head from time to time, and it did so Sunday on a crucial 29-yard grab just past the midway point of the fourth quarter that helped set up a critical Ryan Succop field goal after the Packers had closed within five points. Gronkowski's 2-43-0 line over the last two playoff games notwithstanding, the veteran may deliver a big play or two during Super Bowl LV versus either the Bills or Chiefs, two teams that had trouble defending tight ends all season.

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  • Greg Olsen SEA TE
    Greg Olsen: Announces retirement
    2d ago

    Olsen announced his retirement from the NFL on Sunday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

    Olsen spent his final season with the Seahawks and recorded a 24-239-1 line over 11 games. The 35-year-old spent 14 seasons in the league with stops in Chicago, Carolina and Seattle, en route to catching 742 passes for 8,683 yards and 60 touchdowns. He earned three trips to the Pro Bowl as well. Looking ahead, Olsen plans to join Fox as an analyst in the broadcast booth.

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  • Ryan Succop TB K
    Buccaneers' Ryan Succop: Drills clutch field goal
    1d ago

    Succop was successful on his lone field-goal attempt of 46 yards and also converted all four extra-point tries in the Buccaneers' 31-26 win over the Packers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.

    High-stakes games and conditions such as the one Succop's one field-goal attempt transpired under Sunday were exactly why the Buccaneers opted to move on from 2019 fifth-round pick Matt Gay after just one season in favor of a more experienced leg. The veteran coolly drilled a 46-yard try with 4:42 remaining after the Packers had closed to within five points, a critical kick that gave Tampa Bay valuable breathing room. Succop will carry a postseason streak of eight straight field goals into a Super LV matchup against the Chiefs on Sunday, Feb. 7 that could afford the 34-year-old plenty of scoring opportunities.

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  • Tristan Vizcaino BUF K
    Tristan Vizcaino: Inks practice squad deal
    3d ago

    The Bills signed Vizcaino to the practice squad Saturday.

    Vizcaino will add organizational depth at kicker behind starter Tyler Bass. A Washington product, Vizcaino has played just one game since entering the league in 2018, connecting on all three field-goal attempts and both extra-point tries for San Francisco.

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  • Mason Crosby GB K
    Packers' Mason Crosby: All clear to face Bucs
    4d ago

    Crosby (shoulder) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Buccaneers, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    Crosby was limited in practice all week due to a shoulder issue, but his status never appeared to be in any true danger. The placekicker veteran hasn't missed a field-goal attempt all year.

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  • Matthew Wright PIT K
    Lions' Matthew Wright: Gets deal with Lions
    4d ago

    Detroit signed Wright to a reserve/future contract Friday, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.

    Wright appeared in three games with the Steelers in 2020, starting place of Chris Boswell while the latter dealt with a groin injury. In that span, Wright converted all four of his field-goal tries and all seven extra-point attempts. Matt Prater is set to hit free agency this offseason.

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  • Mason Crosby GB K
    Packers' Mason Crosby: Another limited session
    5d ago

    Crosby (shoulder) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Olivia Reiner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    Crosby has now logged back-to-back limited practice sessions due to a shoulder issue. As long as he's able to handle some amount of reps again Friday, there shouldn't be any concern about his status for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against Tampa Bay.

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  • Mason Crosby GB K
    Packers' Mason Crosby: Managing shoulder issue
    6d ago

    The Packers listed Crosby as a limited participant in Wednesday's practice with a shoulder injury.

    Crosby is back on Green Bay's injury report for the first time since Week 9, but there's not yet any reason to suspect that his availability for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Buccaneers is in any real danger. He made all four of his kicks (two field goals and two extra points) during last weekend's win over the Rams.

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  • Jordan Whitehead TB FS
    Buccaneers' Jordan Whitehead: Should be ready for Super Bowl
    1h ago

    Whitehead (shoulder) is expected to play in the Super Bowl against the Chiefs, ESPN.com reports.

    Whitehead exited the NFC Championship Game early in the third quarter and didn't return. However, it appears the 23-year-old will be able to play through the issue, so he's on track to start at free safety Feb. 7. Through 16 regular-season games, Whitehead produced 74 tackles, two sacks, four pass breakups and two interceptions. He added seven tackles and two forced fumbles in the postseason as well.

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  • Antoine Winfield Jr. TB SS
    Buccaneers' Antoine Winfield: On track for Super Bowl
    1h ago

    Winfield (ankle) is expected to play in the Super Bowl against the Chiefs, ESPN.com reports.

    Winfield sat out of the NFC Championship Game win over the Packers, but he's on track to play Feb. 7. The rookie safety has been a key figure on Tampa Bay's dominant defense this season, recording 94 tackles, three sacks and six pass breakups. He may still be limited when the Buccaneers reveal their first official practice report.

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  • Tramon Williams GB CB
    Tramon Williams: Reverts to practice squad
    16h ago

    Williams reverted to Green Bay's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.

    Williams was brought up to the active roster for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against Tampa Bay, but he failed to see any action. He appeared in six contests this season with Baltimore, registering 10 tackles and one pass defensed.

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  • Jason Pierre-Paul TB OLB
    Buccaneers' Jason Pierre-Paul: Notches pair of sacks in win
    1d ago

    Pierre-Paul totaled five tackles (three solo), including two sacks, during the Buccaneers' 31-26 win over the Packers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.

    The veteran edge rusher came through at a critical time, with his pair of takedowns on Aaron Rodgers part of a five-sack day for the Buccaneers defense. Pierre-Paul snapped a five-game sack-less streak with Sunday's haul, and his veteran savvy and pass-rush acumen should both be indispensable to Tampa Bay's attempts to slow down the high-powered Chiefs during Super Bowl LV on Sunday, Feb. 7.

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  • Shaquil Barrett TB OLB
    Buccaneers' Shaquil Barrett: Wreaks havoc against Packers
    1d ago

    Barrett recorded five tackles (four solo), including three sacks, and was credited with an additional quarterback hit during the Buccaneers' 31-26 win over the Packers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.

    Following a league-leading 19.5 sacks in 2019, Barrett recorded a modest eight this past regular season. However, the veteran linebacker flashed dominant form often Sunday, much to the chagrin of Aaron Rodgers. Barrett's trio of sacks were his first since Week 14, a game win in which he'd gotten to the Vikings' Kirk Cousins on a pair of occasions. Barrett's considerable pass-rushing acumen figures to be vitally important to the Buccaneers' chances of slowing down Patrick Mahomes and his potent cache of offensive weaponry during Super Bowl LV on Sunday, Feb. 7.

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  • Jordan Whitehead TB FS
    Buccaneers' Jordan Whitehead: Prognosis still unclear
    1d ago

    Whitehead, who logged five tackles (four solo, including one for loss) and forced a key fumble in Sunday's 31-26 win over the Packers before exiting with a shoulder injury, remains without an official diagnosis for the time being, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports.

    Whitehead actually sustained his injury courtesy of a tackle on Jamaal Williams, but it was the impressive, fumble-forcing blow he delivered on Aaron Jones early in the third quarter that knocked him out of Sunday's contest for good. The Buccaneers were able to get by the rest of the way against the Packers without both Whitehead and the absent Antoine Winfield (ankle), but they'll need all the reinforcements they can get for a Super Bowl LV matchup versus the Chiefs on Sunday, Feb. 7.

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