NFC South Morning Jog: Bucs Aqib Talib May Still Face NFL Punishment

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NFC South Morning Jog: Bucs Aqib Talib May Still Face NFL Punishment
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Even with Aqib Talib's legal troubles gone in Texas, the NFL will look into possible punishments.

Each morning, I like to start the day off with a workout—usually a morning jog. I can clear my head, plan my day, and think about what’s going on around the NFC South.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Here's another glowing report on Vincent Jackson, in particular his experience helping a very young receiving corps in Tampa Bay. []

Just because corner Aqib Talib escaped his legal troubles in Texas, it's not a sure thing that the NFL won't look to investigate and possibly hand out sanctions. [Tampa Bay Times]

Atlanta Falcons

The Falcons had their first minicamp sessions on Tuesday and the feel was very "high-energy" according to Daniel Cox of

Corner Dunta Robinson is being moved inside to the slot position with the addition of Asante Samuel to the secondary. Robinson said the move is welcomed and something he's used to from his days in Houston. [Atlanta Field Report]

Carolina Panthers

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Steve Smith warned rookie Josh Norman that the NFL "isn't Coastal Carolina" after the rookie mouthed off about staying with Smith in coverage during OTAs and minicamp. [Charlotte Observer]

New Orleans Saints

General manager Mickey Loomis cannot have any contact with the Saints or team owner Tom Benson during his eight-game suspension. However, he can meet with Tom Benson during that time to talk about the New Orleans Hornets, according to an Associated Press report.

An video asks "Who's better: Rob Gronkowski or Jimmy Graham?"

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