NFC South evening roundup

Let's take a look at the headlines from what's been a pretty quiet day in the NFC South.

New Orleans running back Reggie Bush is one of the celebrities taking part in the Gumball 3000 Rally, which starts in London. Let’s hope Bush doesn’t try to tweet while driving.

Speaking of London, Tampa Bay co-chairman Joel and Bryan Glazer are expected to be in Wembley Stadium on Saturday for the soccer match between Manchester United and Barcelona. I don’t know anything about soccer, but my long-time friend Ira Kaufman calls it a “huge match,’’ so I’ll take his word for it. The Glazers also own Manchester United.

Charlie Campbell has a good story about Tampa Bay’s Gerald McCoy. He’s set up a workout for the team’s defensive linemen in San Diego.

Former Carolina wide receiver Dwayne Jarrett will have to go to trial for allegedly driving under the influence after a judge refused to dismiss the charge. The Panthers cut ties with Jarrett soon after he was arrested last season.