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Three games will begin at 7:30 p.m. and three more will start at 8 p.m.
Philadelphia Eagles vs. Cleveland Browns Game Center
The first game of the night will feature Montario Hardesty, Jarrod Shaw and the Cleveland Browns (2-0) hosting the Philadelphia Eagles (2-0) in a 7:30 p.m. contest.
Last time out, Hardesty led all rushers with 12 carries for 45 yards and a touchdown, while Shaw did not play.
Washington Post: Hardesty finding fun, filling in for Browns' injured Trent Richardson
Atlanta Falcons vs. Miami Dolphins Game Center
Game number two of the night sees the Atlanta Falcons (0-2) head to Miami for a meeting with the Dolphins (0-2), Kevin Burnett, Tony McDaniel and Jonathan Wade.
Last time out, Wade picked up a tackle on special teams while Burnett and McDaniel did not see action.
New England Patriots vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Game Center
Donte' Stallworth, Jerod Mayo and the New England Patriots (1-1) have been in Tampa Bay since Monday taking part in joint practices with Luke Stocker and the Buccaneers (1-1) prior to tonight's game.
Last time out, Stallworth hauled in a 20-yard reception while Mayo and Stocker did not see game action.
WEEI.com: Jerod Mayo previews the season with The Big Show
Chicago Bears vs. New York Giants Game Center
The only nationally televised game of the night between the Chicago Bears and New York Giants (8 p.m., CBS) is unfortunate to have no former Vols on the sidelines.
San Diego Chargers vs. Minnesota Vikings Game Center
Aubrayo Franklin, Nick Guess, Robert Meachem and the San Diego Chargers (2-0) head north to Minnesota for a meeting with Marvin Mitchell and the Vikings (1-1) at 8 p.m. at Mall of America Field.
Last time out, Meachem picked up the start on offense for San Diego also making one reception for seven yards while Franklin started on defense registering two tackles. Nick Guess did not play.
Marvin Mitchell came on as a sub netting three tackles for the Vikings.
Pioneer Press: Vikings create intriguing competition at linebacker in preseason
North County Times: CHARGERS: Finding Meachem more often
Seattle Seahawks vs. Kansas City Chiefs Game Center
The final game of the night will begin at 8 p.m. as the Seattle Seahawks (2-0) head to Kansas City to face Eric Berry, Dustin Colquitt and the Chiefs (1-1).
Last time out, Berry got the start at strong safety, leading all Chief tacklers with five while Colquitt launched four punts for an average of 52.3 yards including a long of 60.
Arrowhead Pride: Dustin Colquitt, Sports Reporter
Kansas City Star: NFL team rankings for 2012 from No. 1 to No. 32
- Arian Foster had 10 carries for 46 yards as the Texans defeated the 49ers 20-9.
Colquitt had four punts for a 51.0 yd./punt average while Eric Berry
led all tacklers with five tackles but the Chiefs feell 31-17 to the
- Robert Meachem had one catch for seven yards, his first catch as a Charger while Aubrayo Franklin tallied two tackles as the San Diego Chargers defeated the Cowboys 28-20.
Manning finished the game on 16-for-23 passing for 177 yards but had two
INTs while Britton Colquitt booted six punts for a 45.7 avg. with a
long of 69 yards.
- Also for the Broncos, Robert Ays picked up a tackle while Malik Jackson had a huge five yard sack against former NC State/Wisconsin QB Russel Wilson, but the Broncos fell 30-10.
- Indianapolis Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Game Center
Ramon Foster, Chris Scott and the Steelers will face off against the
Colts in some Sunday Night Football airing on NBC at 8 p.m. at Heinz
The Colts are coming off of a 38-3 victory over the St. Louis Rams in Week 1 while the Steelers fell to the Philadelphia Eagles in the final minutes of the game, 24-23.
New York Giants vs. New York Jets Game Center
Matt Simms is the lone representative for the Vols in this game. Simms did not see any game action last week as the New York Jets (0-1) took on the Bengals.
Yahoo Sports: New York Jets use garbage cans to improve their passing (Matt Simms)
Washington Redskins vs. Chicago Bears Game Center
Jonathan Crompton and the Washington Redskins (1-0) will head to Chicago to take on the Bears (0-1) at Soldier Field with an 8 p.m. start.
San Francisco 49ers vs. Houston Texans Game Center
Parys Haralson and the 49ers (1-0) head to Houston to take on Arian Foster, Omar Gaither and the Texans (1-0) at Reliant Stadium.
Last time out Foster rushed for 11 yards on one carry against the Panthers. Gaither did not see playing time after signing with the Texans the night before.
Sacramento Bee: Houston Texans Star Arian Foster and Kroger Southwest Kick Off Season
KHOU: Texans sign veteran LB Omar Gaither
CBSSports.com: 49ers notebook: LB Aldon Smith no longer using a cane
Kansas City Chiefs vs. St. Louis Rams Game Center
Eric Berry, Dustin Colquitt and the Kansas City Chiefs (1-0) head to St. Louis to take on the Rams (0-1) and Scott Wells in an 8 p.m. contest.
Last time out, Berry saw action for the first time since his knee injury making one tackle against the Cardinals. Dustin Colquitt handled three punts for an average of 37.3 yards/punt.
New York Times: Kansas City Chiefs, 2012 NFL Season Preview
Atlanta Black Star: Chief Eric Berry's Family Helps In His Knee Rehab
Seattle Seahawks vs. Denver Broncos Game Center
The Denver Broncos (1-0) boast four Vols, Roberty Ayres, Britton Colquitt, Malik Jackson and Peyton Manning. Manning will make his debut at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium against the Seahawks (1-0) starting at 9 p.m.
ESPN: Broncos' Jason Hunter suffers triceps tear
New York Daily News: Myers: Peyton set for second act
Denver Post: Peyton Manning to play more for Broncos in second preseason game
Dallas Cowboys vs. San Diego Chargers Game Center
Jason Witten and the Dallas Cowboys head to San Diego to take on Aubrayo Franklin, Nick Guess and Robert Meachem on their home turf of Qualcomm Stadium in a 9 p.m. nationally televised game on NFL Network.
Last time out, Witten came out of the game after recording two catches for six yards. Later in the week it was reported that Witten lacerated his spleen and will more than likely not see any time tonight. Robert Meachem picked up a tackle for the Chargers, but no catches, in their victory over Green Bay
ESPN: Nobody to blame for Jason Witten injury
Fort Worth Star Telegram: Injured Witten likely done for rest of preseason
Yahoo Sports: Juggernaut Index No. 14: The San Diego Chargers
Chargers.com: Chargers Thrilled With Addition of Explosive Meachem
Ramon Foster and Chris Scott will be in action for the Steelers tonight also starting at 7:30 p.m. when they take on cross-state rivals the Philadelphia Eagles.
Tauren Poole helps out Derek Anderson at Panthers Camp:
AL.com: Saints CB Jabari Greer undergoes sports hernia surgery
CBSSports.com: Cowboys: 5 questions with Jason Witten
Special thanks to all of the-- Jabari Greer (@Jabari_Greer) August 2, 2012
#WhoDatNation for your well wishes. Excited to use this time as an OPPORTUNITY and not an obstacle.
The Sacramento Bee: Forget Parys? No way. Fangio sees three starters at OLB
ESPN: Peyton Manning talks
ESPN: Peyton Manning, WR Thomas click
Cowboys veteran Jason Witten and newly acquired Chargers Nick Guess, Robert Meachem and Aubrayo Franklin will meet up when: Chargers practice with Cowboys
- Denver Post: Record crowd watches Peyton Manning's Broncos training camp debut
- SunSentinel: Can Miami's linebackers carry the Dolphins defense? (Kevin Burnett)
- NFL News: Aubrayo Franklin, San Diego Chargers agree to terms
- NFL News: Arian Foster, Texans RB, generates stir by going vegan
- AZCentral.com: Arizona Cardinals' Dan Williams reports to training camp in shape
- WRDW TV:Deon Grant continues to be a role model for kids
- Boston.com:Top position battles we'll be watching (Donte' Stallworth)
- NOLA.com: New Orleans Saints top 25 countdown, Jabari Greer, No. 6
By playing in his 160th career game tonight, Clifton became only the fourth offensive lineman in franchise history to hit that mark (Forrest Gregg, Larry McCarren, Ron Hallstrom).
- Denver beat the Bills, 24-10. Robert Ayers started at left defensive end for the Broncos, but had no stats. Punter Britton Colquitt boomed four punts for an amazing 59.0 average with a long of 62. Buffalo's David Martin had one pass thrown his way, but it was incomplete.
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