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Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston has always loved motivational quotes, but he's not using any to help him deal with his shoulder injury. He said, "No quote can fix anything right now. Treatment can."

Jenna Laine, ESPN Staff Writer
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Seahawks

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Video: Pete Carroll on defensive ends Frank Clark, Marcus Smith and newcomer Branden Jackson, who are seeing increased roles in Cliff Avril's absence.

Brady Henderson, ESPN
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Rams

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Rams RB Todd Gurley, on Cardinals RB Adrian Peterson, who he'll face on Sunday: "He's the top of the food chain, the best of the best."

Alden Gonzalez, ESPN Staff Writer
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49ers

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49ers injury report for Thursday: Did not practice -- FB Kyle Juszczyk (back), DE Aaron Lynch (calf). Limited participation -- LB Ray-Ray Armstrong (shoulder), LB Brock Coyle (shoulder), LB Reuben Foster (ankle), DT D.J. Jones (quadricep), LB Dekoda Watson (groin). Full participation -- DE Elvis Dumervil (not injury related), WR Pierre Garcon (not injury related), TE George Kittle (back, elbow), DT Earl Mitchell (thumb), S Eric Reid (knee), T Joe Staley (not injury related), CB Ahkello Witherspoon (chest).

Nick Wagoner, ESPN Staff Writer

Panthers

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The 6,5 sacks by Panthers 37-year-old defensive end Julius Peppers makes him the oldest player to reach that total in the first six games of a season, according to ESPN Stats and Information.

David Newton, ESPN Staff Writer
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49ers

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Asked about the potential for a takeover by Cowboys fans on Sunday when the Niners host "Dwight Clark Day," 49ers CEO Jed York said he hopes that isn't the case. "I think every team has tickets on the secondary market," York said. "I’d love for our fans to be the ones that are buying those as opposed to the opposing team. I would just encourage (fans to) don’t do it for me, do it for Dwight. Dwight deserves to see a lot of red and gold on Sunday. I think he’ll see that. I think he’s going to see a lot of passion from the 49ers faithful."

Nick Wagoner, ESPN Staff Writer

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Raiders WR Amari Cooper told me he needs to "look the ball all the way through" rather than run before he makes the catch. The two time pro bowl WR has yet to catch a pass more than 15 yards down the field after hauling in 22 such passes last season. Cooper tells me he has not lost confidence and expects to have a big game tonight in the Raiders' TNF showdown with the rival Chiefs. Cooper is on pace for only 389 receiving yards this season after putting up more than 1000 in each of his first two seasons.

Mark Schwarz, ESPN Reporter

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