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Dolphins are telling multiple season ticket holders they can no longer renew b/c they resold their seats too many times on tix exchange.

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Dolphins are telling multiple season ticket holders they can no longer renew b/c they resold their seats too many times on tix exchange.

It wouldn't have been a problem had they kept their seats instead of reselling them. Although, the way the team is performing, can you really blame them?

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A couple weeks ago, the Falcons put Leonard Hankerson on IR, and assuming there were fewer than 8 weeks left...it was season-ending IR. He was recently released, and today Hankerson was picked up by New England. This is a scenario I've never seen before....can the Patriots claim a different health status? Does the IR tag come off a player when he's released or does the new team have to acquire his health status?

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A couple weeks ago, the Falcons put Leonard Hankerson on IR, and assuming there were fewer than 8 weeks left...it was season-ending IR. He was recently released, and today Hankerson was picked up by New England. This is a scenario I've never seen before....can the Patriots claim a different health status? Does the IR tag come off a player when he's released or does the new team have to acquire his health status?

SI.com's Chris Burke...

Tucked away in the storage area of my basement are a bunch of random containers filled with sports cards (mostly baseball) that I’ve collected through the years. I imagine Bill Belichick’s personal stockpile is similar, only instead of memorabilia he has defensive backs tucked away for when he needs them. “Hey, Bill, where are the Christmas lights?” “They're downstairs, behind Leonard Johnson.

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A couple weeks ago, the Falcons put Leonard Hankerson on IR, and assuming there were fewer than 8 weeks left...it was season-ending IR. He was recently released, and today Hankerson was picked up by New England. This is a scenario I've never seen before....can the Patriots claim a different health status? Does the IR tag come off a player when he's released for does the new team have to acquire his health status?

He was released as he was medically cleared by the Falcons. They couldn't justify a medical reason to keep him on IR.

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And the rule is, as long as they are on IR they can't be released.

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Bucs' Uniforms tonight are now my official favorites from all the color rush uniforms. Too bad they lost last week, I was pulling for Jameis to make a playoff spot run.

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The Bucs' still have a microscopic chance to make the playoffs.

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Which is an absolute miracle because this Bucs team is SO freaking bad.

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Which is an absolute miracle because this Bucs team is SO freaking bad.

IMO, our only weak-link is the defense. Specifically our DB's.

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More specifically, the entire defense. And part of the offense, too. Special teams could use a bit of work, as well.

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Linebacking isn't too bad, but that gets lost in the fact that the pass rush is a disaster, safety play is a joke, and even the cornerback play could be better although that is the most minimal offender of the three. Lovie and Licht have used almost all their draft picks so far on offense, and offensively, the Bucs aren't too bad. Pass protection sucks and needs improvement, but that seems fixable enough. Defensively, an overhaul is essentially in order for the Bucs to take the next step forward. There's a reason Bradley McDougald finally saw his ass get benched tonight.

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The Bucs' are allergic to primetime games.

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This is my first time this year watching Jameis Winston. That guy obviously has a ton of talent, but good Lord, it seemed like he was on the verge of completely losing his composure about a half dozen times tonight. He let the Rams' D really get under his skin, and that rant against the special teams seemed less like motivation, and more like a bit of a tantrum, to me. Is he always like that?

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Well, besides the infamous dust up he had during the Rose Bowl last year, I'd say you're about the first person I've seen who took that impression of Winston's behavior. Most people, myself included, eat that stuff up.

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Well, besides the infamous dust up he had during the Rose Bowl last year, I'd say you're about the first person I've seen who took that impression of Winston's behavior. Most people, myself included, eat that stuff up.

Twitter had a field day with it. Not a leader, spoiled brat, rinse and repeat. Bucs fans seemed to like it though. They felt like he was the only one that wanted to win.

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Goes to show, yet again, how two different people can see the same thing and have two entirely different opinions about it, but lets continue to embrace a world full of black-and-white, non-nuanced discussion.

Because, like I said, I eat that :censored: up. I have plenty of problems with the Bucs, not the least of which is the fact that they almost always are g-ddamn terrible, but I have every bit of confidence in the quarterback of the team, so at least that's something that I've very rarely ever had the chance to say about them.

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I didn't watch the game, but yeah, Jameis is good. I'm glad my team has Tyrod Taylor, but I'd sure prefer Winston to EJ Manuel.

Those yellow Rams uniforms were pretty boss.

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Goes to show, yet again, how two different people can see the same thing and have two entirely different opinions about it, but lets continue to embrace a world full of black-and-white, non-nuanced discussion.

Because, like I said, I eat that :censored: up. I have plenty of problems with the Bucs, not the least of which is the fact that they almost always are g-ddamn terrible, but I have every bit of confidence in the quarterback of the team, so at least that's something that I've very rarely ever had the chance to say about them.

This.

I have THREE Josh Freeman jerseys. These are much nicer times.

Sort of.

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