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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs coach Bruce Arians said Leonard Fournette WILL start against the Saints. He said Rojo got better today but he will be a "game-time decision."

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams have moved QB Bryce Perkins and DB Donte Deayon from the practice squad to the active roster, the team announced.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucs have officially placed guard Alex Cappa on injured reserve with a broken ankle, and they have re-signed Earl Watford, who was last with the Bucs in 2019 and spent four seasons with the Cardinals. He was most recently with the Patriots' practice squad and was waived on Dec. 29.

Sara Walsh @Sara_Walsh

Bruce Arians says Ronald Jones got better today, will be a game time decision, but Leonard Fournette will start the game. #GoBucs

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Scott Fitterer has agreed to a five year deal to be the Panthers general manager. "We went through a thorough process and it was a great final four," owner David Tepper said. "We thought Scott was the best fit for the organization."

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Alex Highsmith had a pass rush win rate of 24% as an edge rusher. He didn't have enough plays to qualify for our leaderboard, but if he had, that would have ranked 7th...one spot ahead of Chase Young.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucs' penalties in 2019: 133 (the most in the NFL). The Bucs' penalties in 2020: 84 (11th fewest in the NFL). The thing is, the Bucs were leading the NFL in penalties in Weeks 1-5 (42). Then they got an earful from Tom Brady and Bruce Arians. In Weeks 6-17, they had 42 penalties, the FEWEST in the NFL.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Adrian Peterson has to pay almost $8.3 million to a Pennsylvania loan company, a New York State judge ruled Wednesday.

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Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

New Jaguars coach Urban Meyer: “Jacksonville has an enthusiastic fan base, and the fans deserve a winning team. With upcoming opportunities in the NFL Draft, and strong support from ownership, the Jaguars are well-positioned to become competitive. I've analyzed this decision from every angle—the time is right in Jacksonville, and the time is right for me to return to coaching. I'm excited about the future of this organization and our long term prospect for success.”