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Cannon Fodder podcast: It's back to business as usual at One Buc Place

Ali Marpet prepares to snap the ball during a practice last month at One Buc Place. [CHARLIE KAIJO   |   Times]

Ali Marpet prepares to snap the ball during a practice last month at One Buc Place. [CHARLIE KAIJO | Times]

Greg Auman says it's back to normal at One Buc Place, with a Wednesday practice and preparation for the Bucs' season opener Sunday at home against the Chicago Bears, on the latest edition of our Bucs Cannon Fodder podcast. Plus, more stories of how players made it through the hurricane over the weekend. Listen below:

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Cannon Fodder podcast: It's back to business as usual at One Buc Place 09/14/17 [Last modified: Thursday, September 14, 2017 11:01am]
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