NFC South links: Bucs limit camp access

July, 1, 2010
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Atlanta Falcons

Linebacker Curtis Lofton and the Falcons cheerleaders visited the Child Life Zone at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite Wednesday.

Carolina Panthers

Xtra Point Football has a preview of the 2010 Panthers, and predicts they'll finish third in the NFC South.

The team announced Fan Fest will be Saturday, Aug. 7 at Bank of America Stadium and will feature a road race, activities inside and outside the stadium and a Panthers practice.

New Orleans Saints

The Times-Picayune has a Q&A with wide receiver Montez Billings, who reveals the figure in football he admires most is Torry Holt.

The Saints claimed cornerback Danny Gorrer off waivers from the St. Louis Rams Wednesday.

Assistant D-line coach Travis Jones pleaded guilty to federal conspiracy charges in an alleged real estate scam involving more than 40 people in northeastern Texas.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The team reduced the number of training camp practices open to fans this season to seven. Last year, every practice was accessible to fans.

Are safeties Sean Jones and Sabby Piscitelli in a position battle?

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