Daily Roundup: Sept. 9

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Sep 9, 2019

In honor of Week 1 of the NFL season, here’s an all-football recap of the latest sports news:

  • Richard Deitsch with 32 media items off Week One of the NFL, including what Tony Romo’s producer wants from Romo and what the pregame shows said about Antonio Brown, including one that called him a genius.
  • The New England Patriots, the defending Super Bowl champs, picked up where they left off last season, dominating on both sides of the ball during a lopsided 33-3 victory over the Steelers, writes MMQB’s Alaa Abdeldaiem.
  • Ravens players grew tired of the persistent offseason questions about their quarterback’s throwing ability. After Lamar Jackson’s record-setting performance yesterday, a clear message was sent: “You can’t sleep on him anymore,” writes The Athletic’s Jeff Zrebiec.
  • Antonio Brown won’t go away. He is the most relevant player right now in the NFL, and it’s a terrible thing to have to admit, writes The Washington Post’s Jerry Brewer.
  • USA Today’s Steven Ruiz on why he’s not too concerned about the Cleveland Browns, despite their 43-13 loss to the Tennessee Titans.

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