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1 hour ago, Ja Rhule said:

Yea, apparently it looked very bad.

The severity of Jensen's injury is unknown but there have been some concerning signs. Jensen threw his helmet after the injury, with NFL Network's James Palmer reporting that a Buccaneers official said, "hopefully it just looked worse than it is." Jensen is a critical piece of the Buccaneers' 2022 plans.

We'll trade them Tecklenburg for a 2nd round pick.

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NBC Sports Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reports there is "no plan" for Jimmy Garoppolo to practice with the 49ers as he awaits a trade. 

Garoppolo, who avoided the PUP list after undergoing shoulder surgery, will "take part in his throwing routine and physical therapy" but not practice as the sides look to avoid injury. Due $24 million, Garoppolo will have to agree to a reduced salary to facilitate a trade. If not, he will be cut loose and free to hunt for No. 2-with-a-chance-to-start work. 

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No good for Jensen.  His leg is so messed up it will take days to get a scan.  Usually not a good sign.

ESPN's Jenna Laine reports the prognosis is "not looking good" for Bucs C Ryan Jensen after he was carted from Thursday's practice with a knee injury. 

Word was mass texted to the national media that it appears Jensen's injury is significant. It is not surprising after it was reported that Jensen's swelling was so significant that it could be several days before the Bucs get an official diagnosis. Jensen has been something of a not-so-secret weapon for the Bucs' Tom Brady line, and a leader for a blocking group that had remained remarkably healthy until late last year. Now the Bucs could be looking at three new starters on the interior after Ali Marpet retired, though one of them is high-level starter Shaq Mason. For now, Robert Hainsey is the next man up at the pivot, though the Bucs could sign a free agent veteran like J.C. Tretter. 

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Yeah, you might not wanna back the Brinks truck up for a guy you think you have to force to study. If Murray found it "disrespectful" he should've forced the language out of the contract. Might be a decent chance his agent didn't bother to tell him about that fine print.

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Regarding Steelers QB situation. Similar words and approach as Rhule. But I'm sure people would take issue with this if it came from our camp.

We’re not going to micromanage or overmanage this quarterback competition,” Tomlin said, via the team’s official website. “The depth chart will not rest on every throw. I know that you guys will want to ask me every day and after every throw, but we’re going to be a little bit more steady than that. I think it’s important from a leadership perspective to not overmanage it, to not be too impulsive, so that’s what I’ve relayed to those guys, and our actions will continue to display that mindset.”

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