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ATL Buzz Report: Where specimen samples never leak

Each week, Dan Hanzus sifts through the pro football landscape to bring you sublime subplots of NFL life. Some of it he loves. Some he does not. Other stuff, he can't quite decide. The ATL Buzz Report.

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1. A new Romo?

We loved the "Sound FX" footage of Tony Romo getting vocal with Cowboys teammates. But is he actually leading or just playing the part? Debate.

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2. Bring on the kids

Some ideas make too much sense not to be realized. Case in point: Replacing the creaky Pro Bowl with the Senior Bowl, a game that has built-in stakes. Just do it.

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3. Brady goes off

Tom Brady tore into Patriots teammates for their lackluster play in Sunday's win over the Jaguars. This is what you call "rich people problems."

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4. Sherman's leaky situation

A big thank you to Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, whose successful suspension appeal brought leaking urine cups into the national discussion.

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5. Vick slings the Mudd

Michael Vick says the Eagles' turnover at offensive line coach contributed to his struggles. How do you like that accountability, Ken Whisenhunt!

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6. Rex rants

Rex Ryan was "mad as a hornet" about a report he wouldn't mind if the Jets fired him. Rex's team has more radioactive leaks than a Newark sewer.

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7. Who's gonna tell him?

Pat Shurmur is unaware of his Browns future beyond Sunday. The brown box in the corner crudely labeled "Pat's Stuff" isn't a good sign, of course.

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8. Lomas loses the plot

So it turns out going on the radio and admitting you conspired to injure a teammate doesn't go over well in the public forum. Shocking, eh, Lomas Brown?


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