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TAMPA, Fla. — New Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker Chandler Catanzaro is the Bucs’ eighth kicker in six seasons, but their struggles at the position — including swinging and missing badly with second-round draft pick Roberto Aguayo in 2016 — aren’t looming over his head like an imminent storm.

“I’m pretty aware [of the Bucs struggles],” said Catanzaro, 27, now in his fifth season. “Being a kicker, we’re in a pretty tight knit, close…almost fraternity. So we’re definitely aware but I wasn’t here during that time so I’m kind of looking forward to doing my thing this season. I’m really excited for the opportunity and very thankful.”

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The Bucs believed in Catanzaro enough to reward him with a three-year contract worth $9.75 million, including $3.75 million guaranteed. By comparison, the Bucs’ last kicker Patrick Murray was on a one-year deal worth $540,000 with no guaranteed money. Nick Folk, a 10-year veteran before he got to Tampa, was on a one-year deal worth $1.75 million with $750,000 guaranteed.

“I promise you — it’s hard to believe — but I put more pressure on myself than anybody ever can or will, to succeed and to kick well and to do my best and to reach my potential,” Catanzaro said. “I hold myself to a very high standard, higher than anybody has ever or will ever hold me to. So that’s enough for me.

“I’m just focused on doing my best in my process and my routine. I rely on my routine so outside circumstances don’t really affect me as much. I’m very reliant on my process, routine, preparation. I work very hard at what I do. I watch a lot of film. I work hard in the weight room. So I’m focused on more of those things, and we’ll let the results take care of themselves.”

The Bucs were 3-7 in one-score games last year. Five of their 11 losses came in games with a three-point margin or in overtime. In Week 5 against the New England Patriots, Folk missed three field goals, and the Bucs lost 19-14. The Bucs also had three missed extra points last year, while Catanzaro didn’t miss any with the Jets.

“The extra points, that was a big thing for me last year,” Catanzaro said. “I think repping it more in practice and treating it like a 33-yard field goal instead of having that label as an extra point, I think that was big for me. I went 29-for-29. I’m definitely happy with the way that went. I’m excited to keep that going here.”
Catanzaro has made 84.6 percent of his career field goals in games decided by one score or less. By comparison, since 2013, Bucs kickers have made 77.1 percent of their field goals in games decided by seven points or fewer, second-to-last in the league in front of only the Cincinnati Bengals.

He also has long-range ability, something the Bucs have lacked the past two seasons, going just 37.5 percent of field goals from 50-plus, third-worst in the league. Since 2016, Catanzaro’s made 62.5 percent of his field goals from 50-plus yards. That includes a 57-yard field goal last season in a 17-14 win over the Cleveland Browns. In 2016, he drilled a 60-yard field goal in a loss to the Buffalo Bills, as well as making kicks from 54 and 56 yards. Those kicks did wonders for his confidence.

“I have kind of gotten more comfortable from that long range,” Catanzaro said. “The weather is good here, it’s pretty warm, so it should be conducive to pretty long kicks. We’ll see. Bottom line is, whenever a coach sends me out there, I expect to score. I hold myself to a very high standard. Whenever I get on the field, I’m expecting myself to score points for the team and help.”

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — The Green Bay Packers have waived Martellus Bennett, bringing the tight end’s short tenure at Lambeau Field to a surprising end.
General manager Ted Thompson announced the move on Wednesday after practice.
The Packers cited a “failure to disclose a physical condition” for making the move. Bennett practiced on Tuesday after the bye last week before going on the injury report with a shoulder injury.
He didn’t play in the 30-17 loss on Monday to the Detroit Lions after being listed as doubtful for the game.
Bennett also posted on Instagram during the bye week a message that indicated he was thinking about retirement.
“After conversations with my family I’m pretty sure these next eight games will be the conclusion of my NFL career,” he wrote. “To everyone who has poured themselves and time into my life and career. These next games are for you. Thank you.”
Bennett signed with the Packers as an unrestricted free agent last off-season and started seven games. He had 24 catches for 233 yards. Bennett dropped a few passes, but was an asset in the running game.
Bennett was listed as having not practiced on his last day with the team on Wednesday.
The injury would have kept him out of Sunday’s game at Chicago, which is where Bennett calls home after spending the 2013 through 2015 seasons with the Bears.
“Martellus Bennett will not practice this week, he will not be available for the game,” coach Mike McCarthy said before Wednesday’s practice.
“I know he was in here yesterday, there’s a number of opinions that he’s working through, he met with our medical staff yesterday, so they’re still going through the process, but he will be out against Chicago.”
Bennett’s agent, Kennard McGuire, declined comment.
During the season opener against Seattle, Bennett was one of three players who knelt for the national anthem. He is the brother of the Seahawks’ Michael Bennett, who has sat during the anthem.
In free agency, Bennett got a three-year, $21 million contract that included a $6.3 million signing bonus. Bennett had base salaries of $900,000 this season, $3.6 million (plus a $2 million roster bonus) in 2018 and $5.65 million in 2019. The Packers could go after the prorated amount of that signing bonus, $4.2 million.
With a Chicago-based family and a passion for art and creativity, the 30-year-old Bennett was asked during training camp if he had considered retiring after winning a Super Bowl with New England last season.
“I think when I stop loving the preparation is when I will give it up because that’s the most important part, whether that’s working out or watching film and studying and taking notes,” Bennett said in camp.
“Once I feel like my preparation goes down, I feel like that’s when I will walk away. I think that will happen before my body gives out.”
The Packers have two other tight ends on the roster in Lance Kendricks and Richard Rodgers. Both have had 50-catch seasons. Kendricks has caught eight passes for 126 yards and one touchdown while Rodgers has caught four passes for 43 yards.

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CINCINNATI — Cincinnati Bengals rookie first-round pick John Ross pictured his season going differently than it has so far.

Ross spent most of the summer recovering from labrum surgery that limited him to short appearances in the final two preseason games. Shortly into the fourth preseason game against the Colts, he tweaked his knee. That same knee has bothered him all season, putting Ross on the injury report during the Bengals’ tumultuous start.

“I just think I was pushing it,” Ross said. “That’s probably a lot on my end not communicating. I just wanted to get out there to try to prove myself. It’s a young mentality. Now I’m in a better state of mind and definitely treating it better as far as what I should be doing as opposed to what I think they want.”
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Ross has played only five offensive snaps, all of which came in Week 2. That’s fewer than any other first-round pick this year, with the exception of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who hasn’t been needed with Alex Smith entrenched at the starting position.

There’s a possibility Ross finally could get back on the field soon. He practiced on Monday after spending weeks doing work on the rehab field. But Bengals coach Marvin Lewis warned last week that Ross was going to need time after being out for so long.

“Whenever John Ross comes out there, looks like everybody else and I watch him practice, we’ll have an idea. We’ll see whether or not he deserves to dress,” Lewis said during his bye week press conference.

“He’s not been out with the football team enough. He needs a lot of time and a lot of practice. That’s important. That’s probably as important as getting back healthy where he can begin to practice football again. He needs that. We have to get back to that point first.”

It would not be a surprise to see the Bengals take the cautious route with Ross after the choppy start to his NFL career. Ross said he was doing a lot during Monday’s practice, but has not progressed to 11-on-11 drills yet. The Bengals did not release a Monday practice report, but Ross likely would have been listed as limited if they had.

“I’ve always kind of felt pretty good, but I think it’s smart to not rush back into things, especially being in the NFL,” Ross said. “It’s a long season. In college you rush back, it’s a shorter season. I’ve always kind of been feeling pretty good, but definitely wanted to make sure I was in a better position to where I can get out there and do more than what my leg was letting me do.”

Ross implied that it would be all or nothing if he did suit up, meaning that it seems unlikely he would come in for just a play or two on Sunday.
“That’s one thing we all talked about. They don’t want to do that to anyone. They don’t want to have guys come in for these certain things or anything,” Ross said. “It was more ‘learn everything and once you do, you’ll get more reps.’ And that’s obvious for any guy.”

With Tyler Boyd nursing a knee injury, the Bengals could be down to five receivers against the Steelers on Sunday if Ross isn’t able to go. That would mean that rookie Josh Malone likely would be active for the first time. Malone has been a healthy scratch all season in favor of Cody Core and Alex Erickson.

“If they give me the green light, I’m not going to say no, I’m just waiting on what they have to say,” Ross said.

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The once-banged-up Patriots are getting healthy in a hurry.

Wednesday’s practice saw some key players. Linebacker Dont’a Hightower (knee) and wideout Danny Amendola (concussion/knee) were limited in their return to practice. Tight end Rob Gronkowski (groin) did not practice, but was on the practice field during the session.
Gronkowski left Sunday’s romp over the Saints with a groin injury after frying New Orleans for 116 yards and a touchdown on six catches. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported the setback was “not believed to be serious.”

Cornerback Eric Rowe (groin) and receiver Phillip Dorsett (knee) also were limited, but running back Rex Burkhead, nursing a rib injury, was nowhere to be seen.

The Patriots aren’t the same team without Gronkowski, but Hightower’s status was also a concern after he missed Week 2. If New England has a depth issue anywhere, it’s the lack of pass rushers.

Signs point to these pivotal players suiting up Sunday, a very bad bit of news for the Houston Texans.

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Broncos right guard Ron Leary left in the third quarter with a concussion.

Connor McGovern replaced Leary. McGovern, a fifth-round pick in 2016, had never played a down in the NFL before Monday night.

Leary left the Cowboys as a free agent to sign a four-year, $35 million contract with the Broncos, including $20 million guaranteed. He started 47 games at left guard in four seasons in Dallas.

In 2015, Leary lost his starting job to La’el Collins but got it back in 2016 when Collins was injured in Week 3. Leary’s play drove up his price in free agency, making him too expensive for the Cowboys to keep and a key addition to the Broncos’ revamped offensive line.

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Greg Olsen has reported for duty.

The Panthers tight end appeared at the team facility on Tuesday and made it clear he has no plans to hold out.
Telling reporters that he “will play out” his contract, Olsen talked about putting the team first following a chaotic week that saw the Panthers fire general manager David Gettleman.

“At the end of the day it really came down to with everything going on, obviously now with the transition to [interim GM] Marty [Hurney], kind of the slight chaos that went around for another week I didn’t think that it was right to add fuel to that fire,” Olsen said, per NFL Network’s Tiffany Blackmon. “Make things that much more complicated, add any more distraction or controversy to our team.”

Scheduled to make $6.5 million both this season and next, Olsen pondered a holdout earlier this summer amid whispers that Gettleman was “not interested” in extending the 32-year-old pass-catcher.

Olsen’s fortunes could change, though, with former Panthers GM Marty Hurney back in that role on an interim basis. Hurney just doled out a big-money contract for guard Trai Turner and could be eyeing a new deal for Olsen next.

From that angle, it makes plenty of sense for Olsen to play nice with the front office in hopes he’ll be handsomely rewarded before Week 1.

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Rookie quarterbacks pinball through their first season so rapidly that defining incremental progress is difficult.

For Deshaun Watson in Houston, that means not really knowing when he’s ready to start. In that way, having a coach be the ultimate decision-maker is helpful.
“Honestly, whenever Coach [Bill O'Brien] and the coaches feel like I’m ready to go [I'll be ready],” Watson told NFL Network’s Alex Flanagan on Tuesday at the Gatorade awards. “The team feels like they can operate with me behind the wheel and being the quarterback. It’s gonna take time, it’s gonna be a process, really no rush. Just kinda taking it one day at a time, and whenever that time comes, I’ll be ready.”

All three first-round prospects have some type of significant buffer between them and an opening day start. Mitchell Trubisky might have the best chance out of all three (Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City being the other) to actually beat the placeholder veteran ahead of him during training camp. The Texans have done nothing to shake the notion that Tom Savage will lead the Texans out of the tunnel in early September.

In that way, Watson is part of the most significant case study on the sit-and-wait theory in recent years. Teams obsess over the methodical Aaron Rodgers grooming process behind Brett Favre in Green Bay but ultimately succumb to their reality — if the team is not winning with a veteran, there is no reason not to play the potential future of the franchise. In Houston, it is at least comforting to know that Watson is on board for whatever O’Brien has planned — even if that means being told he’s ready instead of deciding that for himself.