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 Ryan Fitzpatrick has been in the NFL long enough http://www.chicagobearsteamonline.com/khalil-mack-jersey , and been with so many different teams, that the quarterback has plenty of experience of playing somewhere in a different uniform. Coming back to Tennessee is a bit easier thanks to such a short stint with the Titans. "When I was here, it was such a blur because really it was just a year," Fitzpatrick said. "I'd just got released from Buffalo and was only here for a quick time. So they've done a really nice job with it. It's almost unrecognizable with some of the stuff and how it's changed so quickly." Fitzpatrick went 3-6 filling in for Jake Locker in 2013. That was three coaches and a handful of quarterbacks ago for Tennessee with Fitzpatrick with his third team since then. Making the return visit more enjoyable is Fitzpatrick is expected to start a second straight preseason game Saturday night for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tampa Bay will be without Jameis Winston for the first three games of the season, suspended after the NFL investigated an allegation Winston groped a female Uber driver in Arizona in March 2016. Tennessee will start Marcus Mariota, the quarterback drafted No. 2 overall in 2015 after Tampa Bay selected Winston. Mariota is on his third head coach in Mike Vrabel, who will make his home debut Saturday night. Mariota is busy learning offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur's offense and wants to follow up the touchdown drive he had in their opener at Green Bay. "If we can go out there, operate at a high tempo, operate where everybody's on the same page, we're all communicating, being efficient, that will be definitely success," Mariota said. Elsewhere around the NFL Sam Acho Jersey , Jacksonville is at Minnesota, Oakland visits the Rams, Cincinnati is at Dallas, San Francisco visits Houston, Chicago is at Denver and Seattle is at the Chargers. What to look for around the league Saturday: JIMMY G AND DEANDRE Jimmy Garoppolo's exhibition debut lasted one drive with a few off-target passes and no points. He could get a little more time against Houston after two days of joint practices with the Texans showing him a different style of defense than he usually sees in practice. "I think it was good. A lot of different looks that we're not used to getting," he said. "They run a different defense than what we're used to so it got our guys thinking and I think we handled it very well." Houston star receiver DeAndre Hopkins missed most of the first of two practices with the 49ers after being kicked out for his role in a scuffle with Jimmie Ward. In his return, he reveled in competing against four-time Pro Bowler Richard Sherman and hopes to get more work in against him Saturday night. "It's always good to up against a veteran guy because he can tell your weaknesses, he's going to tell you after what you need to work on," Hopkins said. "So, going up against guys like that, it helps me stay on top of my game." HOLDOUT BOWL When the Raiders return to their old home at the L.A. Coliseum for the first time in nearly 24 years to face the Rams in an exhibition game, both teams will have key pieces missing. Oakland edge rusher Khalil Mack and Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald, the winners of the past two AP Defensive Player of the Year awards Bobby Massie Jersey , both are staging contract holdouts as they seek lucrative long-term deals. That gives both teams opportunities to see what kind of pass rush they can get without the two stars. The Raiders were pleased with the inside push rookies P.J. Hall and Maurice Hurst supplied in the exhibition opener against Detroit last week. The game marks the Raiders' first game at the Coliseum since losing 19-9 to Kansas City on Dec. 24, 1994. The Raiders spent 13 seasons at the Coliseum before returning to Oakland in 1995, winning the Super Bowl following the 1983 season. Rams coach Sean McVay is expected to hold out quarterback Jared Goff, running back Todd Gurley and most key playmakers for a second straight game. COUSINS' MINNESOTA DEBUT The previous time the Vikings suited up at U.S. Bank Stadium, they beat the New Orleans Saints in their playoff game on Stefon Diggs' last-play touchdown catch from Case Keenum. Kirk Cousins watched that one from home, in awe and disbelief like everyone else, not yet knowing Minnesota was the place he would wind up. Now Cousins, who signed a three-year, $84 million, fully guaranteed contract, will put on his new purple jersey in front of Minnesota's fans for the first time. He is expected to play more than one series after being perfect in the Vikings' exhibition opener last week at Denver. "The little bit I've been there, it's a great facility," Cousins said. "I'm just so excited to hear the crowd and go through warmups and just get a feel for the game-day dynamic. I'm sure it's going to be second to none in the NFL." LEFT BEHIND The Jaguars will be without both cornerback Jalen Ramsey and defensive end Dante Fowler in Minnesota. Both were left at home for disciplinary reasons following a scrap between Fowler and defensive end Yannick Ngakoue. That ought to create more opportunities for rookie defensive end Taven Bryan http://www.indianapoliscoltsteamonline.com/christine-michael-sr-jersey , who was held out of the game against New Orleans last week because of an abdominal injury. Bryan was the 29th overall pick in the draft out of Florida. DALTON HOMECOMING: COLLEGE VERSION Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton gets another college version of his two Texas homecomings in Dallas. The Houston-area native and former TCU standout threw for two touchdowns in the preseason debut of Cincinnati's revamped offense, a 30-27 win over Chicago . It's the third time Dalton has visited the Cowboys, who play about 20 miles from his college home. This is his second preseason trip. Dalton and the Bengals should get a better test against Dallas, though linebacker Sean Lee and defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence, who tie The Minnesota Twins head into the weekend riding high after taking consecutive series from Cleveland and Boston but could be shorthanded Friday night when they open a three-game set with the Texas Rangers at Target Field. Eduardo Escobar left in the fourth inning of Minnesota’s 9-2 loss to the Red Sox Thursday after he took a Rick Porcello fastball to the right elbow. The AL leader with 32 doubles this season, Escobar has been red-hot this month, batting .386 with an .800 slugging percentage in 70 June at-bats. Manager Paul Molitor said Escobar would be re-evaluated Friday. “He’s sore and swollen,” Molitor said. “I think it got the bottom of the triceps more than on the elbow. We tried to see if he was able to continue, and he gave it a go, but you could tell he was having trouble swinging in that second at-bat.” Eddie Rosario was scratched prior to the game Thursday with soreness in his right shoulder. He leads the team with 16 homers this season and has been having a good month as well, batting .357 with a .757 slugging percentage. Rosario said he’d be back in the lineup against Texas and Molitor admitted resting the 26-year-old was a precautionary move. “I just think we’re trying to keep the big picture in mind,” Molitor said. “So, we’re gonna back him off. It’s just one of those things where you think what you’re doing is best for the player for the long term.” The Twins are already without second baseman Miguel Sano Leonard Floyd Jersey , who was optioned to Class A Fort Meyers to work on hitting the slider, and center fielder Byron Buxton, whose fractured toe has shown improvement but not enough to return from a minor league rehab assignment. Missing all that firepower will leave right-hander Fernando Romero a much smaller margin for error as he takes the mound for his 10th career start. Romero has cooled off since going 2-0 with a 1.66 ERA through his first four big league outings, going 1-2 with a 6.46 ERA over his last five. That number is somewhat skewed by an eight-run disaster at Kansas City back on May 30, but Romero’s strikeout rate has plummeted from 9.11 per nine innings to 5.95 over his last four starts. “Gosh, there’s still a lot to like,” Molitor said. “The way that he’s been able to get the ball on the ground pretty consistently, especially the way he can get in on righties.” In his first start against Texas, Romero will face a Rangers’ lineup that is feeling good after sweeping the Royals earlier in the week and has won five in a row overall. Rougned Odor has been a catalyst for the Rangers’ recent success. He was hitting .169 exactly one month ago but has batted .267 with a .761 OPS in the 26 games since to raise his average to .226. “I believe he’s progressively gotten better,” Rangers manager Jeff Banister said. “He’s showed progress where we need him to show progress. Odor has been a significant player on this team and will continue to be a significant player.” Left-hander Mike Minor gets the start for Texas. He held the Rockies to two runs over seven innings in his last outing, giving him a second consecutive quality start for the first time since earning six in a row for the Braves back during the 2014 season. Friday will mark Minor’s first career start against the Twins. Detroit Lions Elite Jerseys
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