Sunday's buzz: Latest from the NFL

BY foxsports • September 12, 2010

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September 12 News and Notes

Ware provides another scary moment – 11:22 p.m.

Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware made a risky tackle with less than five minutes remaining in Sunday night’s contest against the Redskins that left him badly shaken – and looked eerily reminiscent of a play last December that saw him strapped to a gurney with a sprained neck.

Ware fell to the turf after a neck-first tackle of running back Larry Johnson with 4:46 remaining in the game. He was motionless for a brief time while the Cowboys medical staff rushed to attend to him. He eventually sat up and went to the sideline under his own power.

The initial diagnosis, according to NBC Sports sideline analyst Andrea Kremer, was a neck sprain.

That's the same injury Ware sustained in a Dec. 13, 2009 collision with Chargers right tackle Brandyn Dombrowski, and it left him prone on the Cowboys Stadium field for more than five minutes. During that play, Dombrowski appeared to be blocked into Ware following an incomplete pass from quarterback Philip Rivers, and the tackle's knee drove into the back of Ware’s neck and helmet.

– Nancy Gay

Austin getting it done for Cowboys – 10:54 p.m.

If there's one positive facet of the Dallas offense, it's Miles Austin.

Heading into the fourth quarter in tonight’s game against the Redskins, the former undrafted free agent had posted seven receptions for 100 yards and a TD.

What fans need to understand is that going undrafted has no relevance to evaluating players. You can only properly evaluate guys by what they do on the field. Once the draft is over, it's all about performance. Ever hear of Arian Foster?

— Adam Caplan

Stafford’s injury status not clear – 10:39 p.m.

Amid reports that Detroit Lions starting QB Matthew Stafford could miss several weeks due to the right shoulder injury he suffered during Sunday's loss to the Chicago Bears, a source with knowledge of the situation said his status is still unclear.

Stafford's injury to his throwing shoulder was bad enough to keep him from continuing to play, but the source notes the team really won't know his status until they take tests on his injury Monday morning.

Stafford's injury is believed to be, at the least, a sprained shoulder, but the fear is there's more damage. That's what will be determined tomorrow.

— Adam Caplan

Cowboys preseason play carrying over? – 10:15 p.m.

While Cowboys QB Tony Romo went 18 for 25 for 131 yards during the first half of Sunday evening's game against the Redskins, Dallas didn't score a touchdown. RB Tashard Choice fumbled on a broken down play, and Washington CB DeAngelo Hall scooped up the ball and took it in for a score.

Could Dallas' lackluster preseason play be continuing?

The Cowboys really struggled during the third preseason game against the Texans, which typically is the game when the starters play the most. It'll be interesting to see if they can get things turned around quickly.

The positive is their defense only gave up three points in the first half.

— Adam Caplan

Weaver damages ACL — 7:21 p.m.

A source with knowledge of the injury to Philadelphia Eagles starting FB Leonard Weaver told that he suffered damage to his left ACL during the first half of Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers. The full extent of the injury will not be known until further tests are taken on the injured knee.

— Adam Caplan

Niners can't punch it in — 7:04 p.m.

You could probably sum up the performance of the San Francisco 49ers during today's game against the Seattle Seahawks as ... frustrating.

In the first half, San Francisco had it inside Seattle's 10-yard line three times, but could only put up a very disappointing six points.

San Francisco also dominated time of possession in the first half, possessing the ball for over 20 of the first 24 minutes of the game. The Seahawks went on to rout the Niners 31-6.

— Adam Caplan

Eagles, Packers both getting banged up — 6:51 p.m.

For the Packers, starting RB Ryan Grant suffered a sprained right ankle in the second quarter. He's expected to return. Backup RB Brandon Jackson replaced him.

For the Eagles, starting MLB Stewart Bradley suffered what appeared to be a concussion in the second quarter. Backup LB Omar Gaither replaced him. Starting C Jamaal Jackson suffered a right elbow injury during the first half and will not return. Backup G/C Mike McGlynn replaced him.

Starting OT Jason Peters was injured during the third quarter. The initial diagnosis was a right knee sprain. Backup OT King Dunlap replaced him before Peters returned.

— Adam Caplan

Rams picking on DB — 6:33 p.m.

The St. Louis Rams obviously made a decision coming into today's game against the Arizona Cardinals.

They were going to pick on second-year CB Greg Toler. Midway through the third quarter, Toler had an amazing 12 solo tackles. Some of those tackles were in run support, but many of them were when the Rams targeted him in the passing game.

— Adam Caplan

Barwin suffers serious injury — 6:27 p.m.

As suspected, Houston Texans second-year DE Connor Barwin suffered a serious injury against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Head coach Gary Kubiak confirmed after the game Barwin suffered a dislocated right ankle. That type of injury likely will keep Barwin out for at least two months, if not the entire season.

— Adam Caplan

Kolb struggles in first half; Done for the day — 5:38 p.m.

Kevin Kolb made his third NFL start as a Philadelphia Eagle, but his first half performance against the Green Bay Packers was a struggle.

The fourth-year pro went 5 for 10 for just 24 yards. While he didn’t record an interception, Kolb probably would have at least three picks if the Packers held on to the ball on those errant throws.

While Kolb was under heavy duress at times, he missed open receivers and seemed to hold on to the ball a bit too long.

Kolb wound up suffering a concussion in the first half and was ruled out for the second half. Veteran QB Michael Vick replaced him.

— Adam Caplan

Bradley, Kolb both out — 5:38 p.m.

After being shaken up in the second quarter, Philadelphia Eagles MLB Stewart Bradley returned a short time later. He wobbled around a bit and seemed to be disorientated, but was cleared to return to the game.

It was ultimately determined that Bradley and QB Kevin Kolb both have concussions. Neither will return today.

— Adam Caplan

Moore taken to hospital — 5:24 p.m.

Carolina Panthers QB Matt Moore might have suffered a concussion during Sunday's loss to the New York Giants, according to head coach John Fox.

Moore was going through tests at a nearby hospital to determine the extent of his injury.

— Adam Caplan

Weaver suffers ugly injury — 5:08 p.m.

Philadelphia Eagles starting RB Leonard Weaver suffered an injury to his leg during the second quarter.

Weaver had his leg bent back on a carry and got carried off the field by two teammates. What was amazing is that he even got up after just a few minutes. His injury is listed as a sprain, and he will not return today.

The Green Bay Packers have an NFL-high three fullbacks on their 53-man roster. The Eagles have just one - Weaver.

However, with Weaver's injury, so it wouldn't be a surprise if Philadelphia contacted Green Bay about the availability of any of those three players.

— Adam Caplan

Starks seen walking in cast — 5:02 p.m.

Pittsburgh Steelers starting OLT Max Starks wound up suffering a high ankle sprain during Sunday's win over the Atlanta Falcons.

Starks was in a walking cast after the game. It's not known how much time he'll miss going forward.

Veteran OT Jonathan Scott filled in for Starks after he left the game.

— Adam Caplan

Finley lined up as WR — 4:47 p.m.

The Green Bay Packers are trying to gain an advantage by lining up TE Jermichael Finley out wide as a receiver against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Finley is almost impossible to stop one-on-one on the outside because of his size and speed.

— Adam Caplan

Vick active early for Philly — 4:42 p.m.

Philadelphia Eagles backup QB Michael Vick has been on the field quite a bit in the first quarter.

He already saw three plays at quarterback and one at receiver.

Vick missed a wide open Jeremy Maclin on one play, but he had a nice 13-yard run which put the team in field goal range.

— Adam Caplan

Bradford makes first mistake — 4:38 p.m.

St. Louis Rams rookie QB Sam Bradford got his first NFL start today against the Arizona Cardinals.

He made his first mistake by throwing an interception in the first quarter.

Bradford tried to throw the ball to recently acquired WR Mark Clayton, but the ball was thrown too short to a waiting Adrian Wilson.

The veteran safety now has six interceptions in his last eight games against the Cardinals.

— Adam Caplan

Fumbling again a problem for Hightower — 4:27 p.m.

Arizona Cardinals starting RB Tim Hightower had five fumbles last season which resulted in four turnovers.

Hightower fumbled the ball on the team's opening drive against the St. Louis Rams. Luckily, Arizona's defense held the St. Louis offense from scoring.

— Adam Caplan

Rodgers off to slow start — 4:19 p.m.

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers struggled a bit with his accuracy and timing during the first offensive series against the Philadelphia Eagles.

All three plays for Green Bay were called passes. And on all three plays, his intended passing options were open.

Packers starting DE Cullen Jenkins (hand) was injured in the first quarter of today's game. His return to the game is listed as questionable.

— Adam Caplan

Lack of talent at WR evident for Carolina — 4:11 p.m.

Despite three interceptions for the Carolina Panthers defense, their offense couldn't take advantage against the New York Giants.

Other than No. 1 receiver Steve Smith, the Panthers remain hard-pressed to find other receiving options.

The hope is that rookie WR Brandon LaFell could take over as the second passing option as the season progresses.

— Adam Caplan

Foster a beast — 3:50 p.m.

We mentioned prior to today's game between the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans that if the team could get better balance on offense, they could in the game.

With less than five minutes left in the game, RB Arian Foster has 27 carries for a team record 190 yards on the ground.

Foster, who was signed as an undrafted free agent last year, might just be the answer to Houston's rushing woes from years past.

— Adam Caplan

Nicks gets it done — 3:46 p.m.

The New York Giants were hoping that second-year WR Hakeem Nicks would become one of the team's top passing options.

He could be on his way as he has scored three times today against the Carolina Panthers, a team which is known for having a usually solid secondary.

Nicks is now second in team history for scoring TDs in a game. His three are second to Earnest Gray who had four TDs on kickoff weekend in 1980.

— Adam Caplan

T.O. reaches milestone — 3:44 p.m.

Terrell Owens has passed the 15,000 milestone for yards receiving.

He's the third receiver in NFL history to reach the mark.

The Cincinnati Bengals wideout caught a 13-yard pass with 4 1/2 minutes left in the third quarter of Sunday's game against the New England Patriots to hit the milestone. It was his seventh catch of the game.

Owens entered the season with 1,006 catches for 14,951 yards in 14 seasons. The Bengals are his fifth team.

The only receivers with more yards receiving are Jerry Rice with 22,895 and Isaac Bruce with 15,208.

— The Associated Press

Stafford exits game with shoulder injury — 3:39 p.m.

It didn’t take long for the Lions to get hit by another stroke of bad luck, at a place where they could afford it least.

More ...

— Fox Sports Detroit

Weather suspends game in Jacksonville — 3:30 p.m.

The NFL suspended the game in Jacksonville between the Jaguars and the visiting Broncos because of lightning in the area. The Jaguars were ahead 17-4 when the call came to stop play until the weather threat cleared.

The game has been closely watched because it’s the NFL debut of Florida star and 2007 Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow. At the time of the delay, Tebow had two carries for two yards as a wildcat quarterback subbing for starter Kyle Orton.

Teams will have a 10-minute warmup before resuming play.

--Nancy Gay

Titans in control — 3:28 p.m.

After a slow start against the Oakland Raiders, Tennessee Titans RB Chris Johnson got things going. He scored on a 76-yard run where he made an unblocked defender miss. After making that player miss, he ran to daylight and scored easily.

The Titans have dominated on both sides of the ball in this game, reminiscent of their glory years from not too long ago.

— Adam Caplan

Steelers suffer injuries on OL, DL — 3:21 p.m.

Pittsburgh Steelers starting NT Casey Hampton (hamstring) was injured during Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons. The team said he would not return.

Starting OT Max Starks also suffered an injury to his ankle. Starks was carted off the field when someone rolled onto his leg. Journeyman OT Jonathan Scott replaced him.

— Adam Caplan

Tapp inactive for Philly — 3:14 p.m.

In a minor surprise, DE Darryl Tapp was listed as one of the eight inactives for the Philadelphia Eagles in advance of their game against the Green Bay Packers.

Tapp, who was acquired in a trade with the Seattle Seahawks earlier this year, did not have an impressive preseason.

The player who Philadelphia traded to acquire Tapp, DE Chris Clemons, is slated to start for Seattle.

— Adam Caplan

Forte bouncing back — 3:10 p.m.

Chicago Bears starting RB Matt Forte isn't getting much done on the ground, but he's putting together a solid game as a receiver.

On a screen pass, Forte rumbled 89 yards for a TD. The one thing that was noticeable on this play was the speed that Forte displayed.

Almost all of last season, Forte seemed sluggish. He showed up to training camp in perhaps the best shape of his young career.

— Adam Caplan

Falcons' Gonzalez first TE to post 1,000 catches — 3:06 p.m.

Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez reached a long-awaited career milestone, catching his 1,000th career pass in the third quarter of Atlanta’s game at Heinz Field.

Gonzalez made the 20-yard reception across the middle with 11:26 remaining in the third quarter, helping lead the Falcons to a 39-yard Matt Bryant field goal and giving Atlanta a 6-3 advantage.

With that catch, Gonzalez becomes the seventh player in NFL history to record 1,000 career receptions.

— Nancy Gay

Wells inactive for the Cards — 2:47 p.m.

Arizona Cardinals second-year RB Chris “Beanie” Wells was one of the Arizona’s eight inactives for today’s game against the St. Louis Rams.

Wells did not practice this week due to a knee injury.

With Wells out, RBs Jason Wright and La’Rod Stephens-Howling will back up starter Tim Hightower.

— Adam Caplan

Delhomme makes bad error late in first half — 2:31 p.m.

Cleveland Browns QB Jake Delhomme got off to a fast start against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but he made a bad mistake that led to a Bucs touchdown in the second quarter.

Delhomme threw from his side and the ball was easily picked off by veteran CB Ronde Barber for 64 yards. That led to a two-yard TD catch on a tipped ball by rookie WR Mike Williams.

The Browns had 19 called pass plays in the first half, a total which is probably too high, with only 11 called runs. That total probably will be reversed in the second half if they can continue to lead.

— Adam Caplan

Texans have a running game — 2:26 p.m.

In years past, the Houston Texans have been called by analysts as a pass happy team. But those times might be changing.

The Texans decided to use second-year pro Arian Foster as their starting running back. That move is finally giving the team some badly needed balance on offense.

Foster is a perfect fit for Houston’s zone running scheme. He gets down hill and runs to daylight as each play is designed for.

— Adam Caplan

Hillis very active in offense — 2:13 p.m.

The Cleveland Browns just might have gotten the edge in the Brady Quinn deal with the Denver Broncos after all.

FB Peyton Hillis scored Cleveland’s second touchdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He already has eight touches in the first half to this point.

Hillis is known in scouting circles for his athleticism, something he’s already shown a lot of today.

— Adam Caplan

Texans DE injured — 2:05 p.m.

Houston Texans second-year DE Connor Barwin appeared to suffer a knee injury during the first half of Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts. Barwin was carted off the field and was not expected to return to the game.

Barwin is Houston’s top backup end, so they can’t afford to lose him.

The Texans tried to sign veteran DE Aaron Schobel, but he decided to retire.

— Adam Caplan

Boss taken to locker room — 2:02 p.m.

New York Giants tight end Kevin Boss has gone to the locker room to have his neck evaluated after being injured early in Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers.

Boss was hurt after being hit in the back of the neck on an incomplete pass by Panthers safety Sherrod Martin on the Giants' fourth play from scrimmage. Boss was on the ground when he was hit. He was taken off the field on a cart.

— The Associated Press

Brady-Welker magic is back — 2:01 p.m.

The New England Patriots passing game is off to an amazing start against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Cincinnati can’t get any semblance of a pass rush on QB Tom Brady, who seems very comfortable playing out of the shotgun.

Wes Welker and Brady hooked up for another touchdown in the first half.

With TE Aaron Hernandez added to the fold, New England has a complete passing game.

You can see why they have called many more passing plays than running plays in the first half. Why run the ball when the defense can’t stop you?

— Adam Caplan

Fins offense rolling early — 1:58 p.m.

The Miami Dolphins are having their way already with the Buffalo Bills.

It became very evident early on that opposing defenses finally have someone to worry about at receiver.

With Brandon Marshall out the outside, teams won’t be able to load up the box against Miami’s running game.

— Adam Caplan

Browns come out throwing — 1:42 p.m.

In a bit of a surprise, the Cleveland Browns came out throwing against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

In their first seven offensive plays, the Browns called four passing plays and three runs. But what was more impressive was the 41-yard TD pass to WR Mohamed Massaquoi from QB Jake Delhomme.

Delhomme had an outstanding preseason, but some questioned whether he could keep it going.

— Adam Caplan

Best gets start — 1:40 p.m.

As expected, Detroit Lions rookie Jahvid Best got the start at running back today when the team took on the Chicago Bears.

While his early numbers aren’t exactly impressive, Best did score on a seven-yard run. With Best in the fold, defenses will have to cover the entire field. It doesn’t hurt that the Lions have WR Calvin Johnson to take away attention of the defense.

The Lions might just have the makings of an outstanding offense.

— Adam Caplan

Welker already a factor — 1:34 p.m.

Anyone who was concerned about how Wes Welker would do today against the Cincinnati Bengals should relax.

Welker scored early on a 9-yard pass in the first quarter on what looked to be bubble screen.

Welker got blocking in front of him and scored easily. He did not look restricted at all by his surgically repaired knee.

It was also good to see rookie TE Aaron Hernandez haul in a 45-yard pass. The vertical element had been missing in New England’s passing game in years past from this position.

— Adam Caplan

Raiders, Titans trade turnovers, scores — 1:27 p.m.

Quarterback Jason Campbell was brought in by Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis to provide the stability, skill and leadership that departed first-round pick JaMarcus Russell failed to give his franchise.

Already, Campbell is learning that the Raiders don’t do things the easy way.
Return man Yamon Figurs fumbled the opening kickoff from Titans kicker Rob Bironas at LP Field in Nashville but recovered the loose ball. Then Campbell’s first pass, to running back Darren McFadden, was batted away. The Raiders’ second play saw the team penalized five yards for delay of game.

The Raiders bounced back defensively when linebacker Kamerion Wimbley got to Titans quarterback Vince Young on a 9-yard sack and forced a fumble at the Tennessee 48. Defensive end Richard Seymour recovered for Oakland at the Titans’ 47 yard line and ran for a 13-yard gain.

The Raiders got a 34-yard field goal off the turnover, but Young hit Nate Washington with a 56-yard touchdown pass to take a 7-3 lead with 4:39 remaining in the first quarter.

— Nancy Gay

Tebow contributes early for Broncos — 1:12 p.m.

Tim Tebow saw his first action for the Denver Broncos right away.

The Broncos’ first-round draft picks stepped in on the Broncos’ third play from scrimmage in the season opener against Jacksonville and rushed for one yard on his first official NFL snap– while starting quarterback Kyle Orton was split wide right.

Broncos coaches said Sunday that Tebow would be the No. 2 quarterback in Week 1 and indicated they had a package of plays designed for him.

--Nancy Gay

Players presenting unified front — 1:11 p.m.

Players at four of the early NFL games Sunday used gestures of solidarity before kickoff to show their support of the union in collective bargaining negotiations.

At Houston, Buffalo, Jacksonville and Tampa, players held up their index fingers, replicating the gestures made by the Saints and Vikings before Thursday night's season opener in New Orleans.

No such gestures were done at the New Meadowlands Stadium, nor in Foxboro, Mass., Chicago, Pittsburgh or Nashville.

The demonstrations are designed to show support the players have for each other in the final year of the CBA, from which the owners opted out in 2008.

— The Associated Press

Winslow taunts former team before game — 1:04 p.m.

It turns out Tampa Bay's season opener against Cleveland was more than just another game
for Kellen Winslow.

Facing his former team for the first time, the Buccaneers tight end came out of the tunnel during pregame introductions carrying a Bucs flag and ran over to the opposing sideline to wave it in front of the Browns.

Winslow spent five sometimes tumultuous seasons in Cleveland before being traded to the Bucs in 2009. He said during the days leading up to Sunday's game that the Browns were just "another team" and that he's happy to be in Tampa Bay.

There was no visible reaction from the Browns, who were shielded from Winslow by a group of volunteers who were on the field to unfold a large American flag for the national anthem.

— FOX News

Pregame observations — 12:32 p.m.

The good thing for the 18 teams slated for early action Sunday is very few starters will be out of the lineup. But here are some quick observations on the inactives and lineup changes:

• Denver Broncos: Brady Quinn is listed as the inactive third QB for the Broncos in their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Having Tim Tebow as the No. 2 quarterback could mean he’ll see the field today.

• Indianapolis Colts: Starter center Jeff Saturday (knee) and left tackle Charlie Johnson (foot) are active for their game against the Houston Texans. The Colts don’t have a lot of depth, so having Saturday and Johnson for this game is huge.

• Oakland Raiders: Running back Michael Bush (finger) is inactive for today’s game against the Tennessee Titans. Running back Darren McFadden, who will start, could be used quite a bit in the passing game. Practice observers noted that McFadden was lined up as a slot receiver quite a bit during training camp.

• New England Patriots: Running back Laurence Maroney (thigh) is inactive. But keep in mind New England will still dress four running backs for today’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

• New York Giants: Cornerback Aaron Ross (foot) is inactive for today’s game against the Carolina Panthers. The good thing is CB Terrell Thomas, who will replace Ross in the lineup, has plenty of playing experience.

— Adam Caplan

What to expect Sunday -- 10:20 a.m.

Here's an overview of what I'll be looking for in today's games:

1.) How will New England Patriots WR Wes Welker look during his first regular season game back from his knee injury?

Welker looked good in limited action in the preseason, but he'll now be expected to participate in at least 50-60 plays today against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Welker is the table setter for New England's passing game. Without him, teams can easily double-team veteran WR Randy Moss.

It will be interesting to see how the Bengals approach covering Welker. In the past, teams would surprisingly double Welker and single-cover Moss.

2) Can Cleveland Browns QB Jake Delhomme carry over his success from the preseason against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?

He was a remarkable 38-for-48 in the preseason and seemed very comfortable behind center. It will be interesting to see the approach of the offensive coaching staff right off the bat.

The thinking is they'll come out with a run-heavy approach in this game. Delhomme usually plays well when he's asked to throw the ball less than 30 times in any game.

3) Can the Houston Texans get off to a fast start against their archrival?

The Texans are 1-15 against the Indianapolis Colts over the past eight seasons, but they might be closer to the Colts in talent than in previous seasons.

The Texans must be able to control the Colts passing game to have any chance of winning this game. If they can get some balance between their running and passing game for a change, the Texans might be able to keep Peyton Manning off the field a bit longer.

4) Can Dennis Dixon lead his team to victory?

The Pittsburgh Steelers don't have many choices at quarterback. Starter Ben Roethlisberger is out four games due to suspension. Veteran Byron Leftwich is out due to a sprained knee.

Expect the Steelers to run the ball a ton in today's matchup against the Atlanta Falcons in order to take the pressure off the Dixon.

It will be interesting to see, however, if head coach Mike Tomlin has a quick hook if Dixon struggles. Of course, the only other option is veteran Charlie Batch.

5) Can Kevin Kolb rebound from a lackluster preseason?

Philadelphia Eagles QB Kolb was terrific in his two starts last season, but struggled a bit with consistency during his last two preseason appearances.

Kolb started moving away from pressure that wasn't actually there, which is a bad habit that young quarterbacks typically develop. He needs to stand in the pocket and not move away from pressure, especially since he could face a blitz-heavy Green Bay Packers defense in this matchup.

Merriman unlikely to play in opener - 9:23 a.m.

The San Diego Chargers likely will be without OLB Shawne Merriman when the team takes on the Kansas City Chiefs Monday evening.

Merriman (Achilles), who is listed as doubtful, did not practice Saturday. He did not play in the preseason.

Second-year OLB Larry English is expected to start for Merriman this week. English has been tabbed my many personnel evaluators as Merriman’s successor.

-- Adam Caplan

Rookie doubtful for Monday night - 8:00 a.m.

The Kansas City Chiefs were hoping to have Dexter McCluster make his debut against the San Diego Chargers on Monday night. However, it’s not looking good for the speedy rookie. McCluster wound up being listed on the injury report as doubtful. Yet, he was able to participate in at least part of Saturday’s practice, the last tune-up for this week’s game. If the versatile McCluster can’t play, the No. 3 receiver role figures to be filled by WR Terrance Copper.

-- Adam Caplan

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