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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins defensive end Anthony Lanier is an undrafted free agent with a legitimate chance to earn a roster spot. He made a nice stop after being double teamed Friday night. He also rejected a pass, allowing him to use his basketball background -- he played two years of hoops at Alabama A&M. "It was like pinning someone to the backboard," Lanier said.

Broncos have choices at No. 2 QB

Broncos QB Trevor Siemian will get the start Saturday night against the Rams, but the real intrigue is who will follow him, Paxton Lynch or Mark Sanchez. Backup needed

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Colin Kaepernick went 2-6 in first game in 292 days. If that wins him starting job, then Blaine Gabbert bigger failure in SF than JAX

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Can now confirm that the Falcons are bringing in veteran safety Dashon Goldson for a visit today, as NFL Network first reported. Goldson last with Redskins after stint with Bucs and 49ers. Falcons looking for help with first rounder Keanu Neal set to undergo knee scope Monday. Kemal Ishmael's progress from shoulder injury might indicate if Falcons turn to veteran such as Goldson.

Gordon reminds us all he’s really good

In his first game action since 2014, Browns WR Josh Gordon hauled in two passes for 87 yards and a touchdown.

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Norman motivated by criticism

Josh Norman admitted having extra motivation after another week where his talent was questioned.

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Big Ben hits Brown in stride for 57-yard TD

Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown doing what they do best.

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LeGarrette Blount hurdles like he’s in Rio

Patriots RB LeGarrette Blount takes the run and hurdles over Panthers safety Tre Boston en route to a 17-yard gain in the second quarter. Impressive.

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Hoge: Elliott needs to make changes

Ezekiel Elliott went to a marijuana dispensary in Seattle before the Cowboys' preseason game, and Merril Hoge doesn't want this to turn into a career-ending mistake.

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Snead makes incredible TD catch in traffic

Drew Brees and Willie Snead with no regard for the Steelers defense.

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Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked if he would consider releasing QB Colin Kaepernick if he doesn't win the starting job, coach Chip Kelly said "we've never had a conversation about cutting Colin Kaepernick."

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

On his quarterback competition, 49ers coach Chip Kelly says that "we will sit down as a staff and see where we are" this week. Kelly said he doesn't want to rush into any decision right after walking off the field. Kelly said Colin Kaepernick was "up and down like all of us on offense." Kelly says there's still no timeline on naming a starter.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers get touchdown passes from Aaron Rodgers and Joe Callahan, strong rushing performances from Eddie Lacy, John Crockett and Brandon Burks in their 21-10 preseason win over the 49ers.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

FINAL: Packers 21, 49ers 10. The score doesn't mean anything but the Niners might have gotten some more clarity on their quarterback competition. Blaine Gabbert led a touchdown drive on one of his two opportunities and Colin Kaepernick generated just one first down on three possessions in his preseason debut. With one preseason game and two weeks of practice left, it looks more and more like Gabbert is going to nail down the job though Chip Kelly probably isn't in a hurry to make such a proclamation.

Winston escapes pressure, tosses TD

On third-and-goal, Jameis Wintons withstands the pressure from the Browns' defense, evades the pocket and finds Charles Sims in the end zone for a 3-yard score.

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Joe Callahan finishes his night 16-of-24 for 167 yards and one touchdown. His best performance of the preseason.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers finished tonight's game with eight sacks, the most they've had in a preseason game since 2000. It would have been the third-most in team history in a regular season game.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers QB Colin Kaepernick's night is through after playing all of the second quarter. Kaepernick was 2-of-6 for 14 yards and had four carries for 18 yards. The Niners gained just one first down on the three possessions with Kaepernick at the helm. Rookie Jeff Driskel replaced him to start the third quarter.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Robert Griffin III on the loss to the Bucs: "I don't think it's discouraging. I think we did get better in some areas of what we were doing. We'll go back and watch the tape and fix what we did not do well. But it's not discouraging at all. We know what we can do. We just have to go out on game day and do it. Like I said that'll be our focus and I'll lead that charge. I'll make sure I play better so that we can play better as an offense."

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger: Steelers offense at its best in the no-huddle.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Hue Jackson said he would not accept what happened in Friday's loss: "We're going to fix this. I promise you. We will."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers coach Mike McCarthy content with the work Aaron Rodgers got in the first half.