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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Part of the new security measures put in place at Bank Of America Stadium before the season.

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars OL coach Doug Marrone is out watching C Brandon Linder testing his right knee.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Vikings arriving safely at Bank of America Stadium to face the Panthers.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Before kickoff vs. Browns, Dolphins will be holding a moment of silence for former Marlins P Jose Fernandez.

Brian Franey ESPN 

Text from Doug Pederson to Sal Paolantonio this morning with his last-minute advice for Carson Wentz vs. the Steelers: "Take it one play at a time, there will be highs and lows in this game, approach them the same, then get out of bounds or slide."

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Good morning from EverBank Field for Jaguars-Ravens.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers players arriving at Bank of America Stadium by bus. No issues getting in . Tight end Greg Olsen was among the first off the bus. Many players typically drive their personal cars to the stadium on game day. Police escorted the bus in today.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

All is quiet around Bank of America Stadium so far amidst reports there could be protests here before the Panthers face the Vikings. Team officials are confident their new security measures will create a safe environment for the players and fans.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

They've got the place ready to go here in Cincinnati for Broncos-Bengals. Several Broncos offensive linemen were out a few minutes ago to look the field over. Ty Sambrailo, who is expected to start at right tackle today, was one of them. Sambrailo started three games at left tackle in 2015 until a shoulder injury ended his year. He has dealt with an elbow injury in the preseason this year, but is expected to play for the injured Donald Stephenson today.

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Josh Norman to me on all the recent criticism: "I know why people taken shots. If they ain't hatin', you ain't poppin'"

trey wingo @wingoz

Ravens/Jags: Jacksonville one of 4 teams this season that hasn't played a single snap with the lead

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Titans think TE Delanie Walker will be close call. Team expects him to do early warmup to see how hamstring feels before making decision.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Brandon Marshall (knee, foot) is expected to be on a snap count against the Chiefs, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. It means he could be limited to third downs and red zone. They could use him as a decoy, hoping he draws coverage away from Eric Decker and Quincy Enunwa. It'll also mean more snaps for rookie Jalin Marshall. Weather may not be as much of a factor as initially thought. Any rain (it's sunny now) is expected to stop a few hours before the 4:25 ET kickoff.

Charles Moynihan ESPN 

Ideal conditions at Paul Brown Stadium. Expected temperatures of 81 degrees at kickoff with light wind for Broncos/Bengals.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Fall is in the air this morning in Buffalo. Current temperature: 42 degrees. Should rise into low-60s by kickoff against visiting Cardinals, under sunny skies. About 30 degrees cooler than Phoenix will be today.