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THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — The Los Angeles Rams Jerseys For Sale have ruled cornerback Jalen Ramsey Jersey For Sale out of Sunday’s season finale against the Arizona Cardinals Jerseys For Sale because of a knee injury, Rams coach Sean McVay said Tuesday.

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Ramsey suffered the injury last Saturday in a 34-31 loss to the San Francisco 49ers Jerseys For Sale, which eliminated the Rams (8-7) from playoff contention.

He left the field in the second quarter, but returned minutes later and did not miss a snap. Ramsey finished with two pass deflections and intercepted a pass for the first time since the Rams acquired him in an October trade.

“I wanted to play,” Ramsey said after the game. “Nothing was going to stop me from playing.”

The Rams completed a trade for Ramsey going into Week 7, sending a 2020 and 2021 first-round pick and a 2021 fourth-round pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars Jerseys For Sale in exchange for the All-Pro cornerback.

“He’s made a big impact,” McVay said Tuesday. “I like his daily demeanor too, just with the way that he practices, he’s a smart, conscientious football player, asking questions, he’s very coachable…

“He’s had a presence since he’s been playing and he enables us to do some different things flexibility-wise, but it’s been good having him.”

Ramsey was voted to a third-consecutive Pro Bowl this season, despite playing in only 12 games between the AFC and NFC conferences and posting modest numbers. Ramsey has five pass deflections, two forced fumbles and an interception in 11 starts.

A fourth-year pro, Ramsey is expected to command a record-breaking contract in the near future with only one season remaining on his rookie deal.

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — A season after playing in Super Bowl LIII, the Los Angeles Rams Jerseys For Sale will not appear in the postseason.

On Saturday, the Rams were eliminated from the playoffs after losing on a last-second field goal to the San Francisco 49ers Jerseys For Sale, 34-31 at Levi’s Stadium.

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The Rams dropped to 8-7 and are now only the second team since 2009 to lose in the Super Bowl then miss the playoffs the following season. The Carolina Panthers Jerseys For Sale, who lost to the Denver Broncos Jerseys For Sale in Super Bowl 50, accomplished the same unfortunate feat in the 2015 and 2016 seasons.

After winning back-to-back division titles, this is the first time in Sean McVay’s three seasons as coach that the Rams have failed to earn a playoff berth.

Before the season, Rams coaches and players expressed confidence that they would move past their 13-3 loss to the New England Patriots Jerseys For Sale in last February’s Super Bowl, and that they would not fall victim to what is commonly referred to as the “Super Bowl hangover.”

“I trust and have full confidence that there’s not going to be any — people talk about a ‘Super Bowl hangover’ or anything like that,” McVay said before the season opener against the Panthers. “This team is focused on this year, producing one day at a time.”

“No, I think we’re good,” quarterback Jared Goff Jersey For Sale responded when asked during training camp in July if there was any concern about a Super Bowl hangover. “I wouldn’t know because I’ve never been to one before this year, but I think we will be just fine.”

The Rams experienced an uneven season, full of inconsistencies on offense and defense, that resulted in their unsatisfactory record.

The Rams won three straight to open the season before they suffered a defensive meltdown in a Week 4 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jerseys For Sale, which led to their first three-game losing streak since McVay became coach in 2017.

They bounced back with back-to-back victories over the Atlanta Falcons Jerseys For Sale and Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys For Sale, but returned from their bye week with a lackluster loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

After the Baltimore Ravens Jerseys For Sale blew the Rams out 45-6 on Monday Night Football in Week 12, the season appeared doomed. However, the Rams rebounded with sound wins over the Arizona Cardinals Jerseys For Sale and Seattle Seahawks Jerseys For Sale before an embarrassing loss in Week 15 to the Dallas Cowboys Jerseys For Sale.

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NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans Pelicans Jerseys For Sale guard Jrue Holiday Jersey For Sale has seen his fair share of losing streaks.

So when he was asked on Sunday afternoon following New Orleans’ 130-119 loss to the Orlando Magic Jerseys For Sale — setting a new record for franchise futility with 12 consecutive defeats — Holiday remembered back to some of those losses from before.

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“I’ve been a part of losing streaks before,” Holiday said. “I’ve been on the other side of it where coming out of it, it feels great. I just think to be able to stay positive and push through it. But I’ve also been a part of it where we’ve been on a losing streak and it’s been a negative. That’s even worse than what it is now. Just have to stay positive.”

Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry didn’t even make it to the end of Sunday’s game.

With 1:46 left in the third quarter, Josh Hart was given a technical foul after staring down a referee on his way back up the court after he thought he was fouled on a layup. Gentry protested the call and picked up one of his own, and after Magic point guard D.J. Augustin shot the technical free throws, Gentry picked up his second technical and was tossed.

“We just have to play better,” Gentry said. “We gotta play better. The frustration boiled over for me tonight. I have to do a better job of that also.”

Gentry admitted it was a bit of frustration boiling over from the entire losing streak that ended up playing into his ejection.

The Pelicans had lost 11 games in a row twice in franchise history before this streak: Nov. 23-Dec. 14, 2004, when the team was still the New Orleans Hornets, and then again Dec.5-22, 2012, in the franchise’s first year as the Pelicans.

A common thread during this current streak has been the team’s defense. In the 12-game losing streak, the Pelicans, who entered Sunday 29th in the league in defensive rating and scoring defense, are giving up an average 121.4 points and losing by an average of nearly 12 points a game.

It was the sixth time in the past 12 games that the team had given up at least 127 points, and the fourth time the opposing team has scored at least 130 points.

When Gentry was asked if he was concerned about his job after a 6-20 start and a 12-game losing streak that is the longest of his head-coaching career, he said he wasn’t going to worry about something he didn’t “have control over.”

“You’d have to ask that question to the people who control that,” Gentry said. “I just know I’m going to come to work every day and do everything I can to get this turned around. That’s what I do know.”

The Pelicans held a six-point lead after the first quarter but were trailing by a point a halftime. Things didn’t get better for the home team in the third quarter, as the Magic pushed the lead to 15 before the final frame.

In the second and third quarters, Orlando outscored the Pelicans 75-54, as New Orleans couldn’t carry the first-quarter momentum any further. The Pelicans allowed 41 points in the fourth quarter, which is a league-high eighth time they’ve done so this season.

It’s a problem that has plagued the team throughout the year and something they’ll have to correct to win games, according to Holiday.

“Play even harder. Play desperate for 48 minutes,” Holiday said when asked how to turn things around. “I feel like we do it a lot of the time, and then when they make they run or swing and punch us, that kind of gets is. Just play hard for 48 minutes and try and come out with a victory.”

Pelicans forward Brandon Ingram said the team has to stay together to come up with wins. He doesn’t feel like the team hasn’t stayed together yet, but he knows it will help in the long run.

“I don’t think anybody has wavered,” Ingram said. “I think we just have to continue to push and just figure out ways to execute better and win basketball games.”

Holiday, who had a game-high 29 points, said it’s hard on the team to continue to lose but that he also knows how hard it is to win in the NBA. He continued to preach the message of positivity as a means to break the streak.

“From a personal standpoint, I feel like we’re all competitors and losing isn’t in our nature,” Holiday said. “We’re going to keep pushing and try to figure out a way to win, and as soon as we find a way to win, then try to replicate the results. Being positive is the biggest part.”

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The NFL officiating department stepped in Sunday to reverse the team set for the second-half kickoff in Sunday’s game between the Los Angeles Rams Jerseys For Sale and Dallas Cowboys Jerseys For Sale, an unusual move that corrected a mistake during the pregame coin toss.

After the Cowboys won the toss, quarterback Dak Prescott Jersey For Sale first told referee Walt Anderson that “we want to kick it,” but then followed up with: “We defer to the second half.”

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Anderson replied, “You’re going to kick,” meaning that the Cowboys had used their choice to kick off rather than to defer. The Cowboys kicked off to start the game and were set to kick off again to open the second half. At halftime, however, Anderson informed both teams that the NFL office in New York City had heard Prescott’s request to “defer” and that it should be honored.

According to the NFL, the league office was authorized to step in under Rule 15, Section 3, Article 9 of its rule book. It states: “The replay official and designated members of the officiating department may consult with on-field officials, or conduct a replay review, of game administration issues, including: (a) penalty enforcement; (b) the proper down; (c) spot of a foul; and (d) the game clock.”

It was not immediately clear how that definition includes the coin toss.

The Cowboys would go on to win in a rout, 44-21.

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PITTSBURGH — Tristan Jarry spoiled Phil Kessel’s return to Pittsburgh, turning aside all 33 shots to post his second consecutive shutout as the Penguins edged the Arizona Coyotes 2-0 Friday night.

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Neither could the rest of the Coyotes. Jarry won for the fifth time in his last six starts and is making a serious case to supplant Matt Murray as Pittsburgh’s top goaltender. Jarry’s best stop came on a point-blank save on Clayton Keller late in the third period with the Pittsburgh Penguins Jerseys For Sale on the penalty kill trying to protect a one-goal lead. Keller was in perfect position just outside the right post and had an open net to shoot at before Jarry’s glove got just enough to send the puck sailing over the crossbar.

Evgeni Malkin broke a scoreless tie 7:13 into the third period to put the Penguins in front. Brandon Tanev chipped in an empty netter with two seconds remaining as the Penguins won their fifth straight meeting with the Coyotes. Antti Raanta finished with 24 saves but couldn’t quite match Jarry, who stole the show during Kessel’s highly anticipated return.

Kessel had 110 goals and 193 assists in four highly productive seasons with the Penguins. His lethal shot and underrated passing played a vital role in Pittsburgh’s resurgence, and his rumpled persona off the ice made the sometimes mercurial Kessel a fan favorite.

The marriage, however, ended in June when the Penguins sent him to Arizona following a decidedly blah 2018-19 in which Kessel’s often inattentive defense drew the ire of coach Mike Sullivan. The move reunited Kessel with former Penguins assistant Rich Tocchet, who developed a reputation as a “Phil Whisperer” for the bond the two developed before Tocchet left to take the head coaching job with the Coyotes.

Kessel’s arrival sent a message that Arizona was serious about ending a seven-year playoff drought. The Coyotes are off to their best start in nearly 30 years and Kessel appears to be regaining his scoring touch. He found the net twice in a win over Philadelphia on Thursday and was all over the ice while playing in his 803rd consecutive game just 24 hours later, perhaps energized by a long standing ovation during a video tribute the Penguins put together to mark his return.

Jarry, making his sixth start in Pittsburgh’s last seven games over a struggling Murray, kept Kessel at bay. Raanta might have been even better. The Penguins’ best chance came during a nearly two-minute two-man advantage in the second period. They came up empty when Raanta somehow got his paddle on a rebound by Rust from just outside the crease.

Raanta, however, wasn’t quite so lucky in the third period. The Penguins won a draw in the Arizona zone, and Jake Guentzel fired off a snapshot that deflected off a skate to the end boards, where it then ricocheted off Raanta’s right skate right to Malkin. Malkin steered it between Raanta’s legs for his seventh of the season.

Game notes
Arizona scratched Fs Michael Chaput and Barrett Hayton and D Aaron Ness. Pittsburgh scratched F Joseph Blandisi and D Juuso Riikola. … The Coyotes went 0 for 5 on the power play. The Penguins were 0 for 2. … Rust skated 20:21 after missing three games with a lower-body injury. … Pittsburgh D Justin Schultz played 18:03 after returning from a seven-game absence due to injury.

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STAMFORD, Conn. — While Brian Cashman was descending the outside of a building Friday, the New York Yankees general manager came across a message taped to a 10th-floor window from a fan: Please sign Gerrit Cole.

Cashman, whose rappelling adventure has become a holiday tradition, confirmed he met with Gerrit Cole Jersey For Sale in California on Tuesday and spoke with another free-agent pitcher, Stephen Strasburg, the following day.

“It was a great opportunity, clearly it was very public, that we met with Gerrit Cole and Stephen Strasburg Jersey For Sale while I was on the West Coast,” Cashman said. “At least, that’s who you all are aware of so far. Who knows who I met with?”

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The Yankees have made signing Cole their clear offseason priority and have ownership-level approval to offer him a record-setting deal, sources familiar with their plans told ESPN’s Jeff Passan on Thursday.

Cole and Strasburg are the top pitchers on the free-agent market. The Yankees would like to add an ace to a rotation that already includes Luis Severino, Masahiro Tanaka, James Paxton and J.A. Happ.

Along with Cashman, assistant GM Mike Fishman, manager Aaron Boone, new Yankees pitching coach Matt Blake and former Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte made the trip to speak with both pitchers, who are represented by Scott Boras.

The Yankees’ fondness for the 29-year-old Cole, whose fantastic 2019 season with the Houston Astros set him up to smash David Price’s record $217 million contract for a pitcher, was only reinforced during the meeting, sources told ESPN.

New York and the Los Angeles Angels, a team similarly smitten with Cole and in even greater need of pitching, are preparing for a bidding war that executives expect will reach well beyond $250 million, according to sources. The Los Angeles Dodgers’ interest in Cole is acute as well, though they are also considering bids for Strasburg and third baseman Anthony Rendon, sources told ESPN.

Cashman offered little about possibly signing either pitcher, declining to discuss how much the Yankees might spend.

“I think it was an important part of the process for them,” Cashman said. “It sounds like they have met with many teams, and obviously I can’t predict the future or the timing of their futures; only really they control that.”

Cole was 20-5 with an American League-best 2.50 ERA and a big league-high 326 strikeouts this year for the AL champion Astros. He was originally drafted by the Yankees with the 28th overall pick in 2008, but he declined to sign a contract and opted to attend UCLA.

Strasburg was the MVP of the World Series for the Washington Nationals and was the first overall pick in the 2009 draft.

Cashman will return to California for the baseball’s winter meetings, which begin Monday. First, he’ll attend Sunday’s Heights and Lights, where he will dress as an elf and again descend the Landmark Building.

“I’ll be flying back out after this event and in the meantime staying engaged,” said Cashman, who declined to say if another meeting with either pitcher was planned.

“I’m open to do clearly whatever, as always, is important for the Yankees. If there are certain steps that need to be taken, or conversations on the phone, like any club we are fully prepared to do what’s necessary.”

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THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — When Sean McVay was asked Wednesday if there was a reason behind running back Todd Gurley’s recent increase in carries, the Los Angeles Rams Jerseys For Sale coach responded, “Me not being an idiot.”

A day later, Gurley didn’t disagree.

“He said it. I didn’t,” Gurley said Thursday, a small grin on his face. “That’s all I got to say.”

Throughout much of the Rams’ 7-5 season, McVay has been eager to rely on the passing game and hesitant to commit to the run.

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The focal point of McVay’s offense the past two seasons, Gurley has yet to produce a signature game, the kind that earned him a four-year extension, with $45 million in guarantees, before last season.

However, recently, Gurley’s role has increased.

The Rams relied on the All-Pro back to grind out a Week 11 win over the Chicago Bears Jerseys For Sale, as he tied his season high, rushing for 97 yards on a season-best 25 carries.

Then, in a Week 13 blowout over the Arizona Cardinals Jerseys For Sale, he rushed for 95 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries.

In each of those games, Gurley had at least 100 scrimmage yards, a mark he reached in only one other instance this season, a Week 1 win over the Carolina Panthers.

“He’s done a nice job handling a bigger workload,” said McVay, whose Rams have only an 18% chance of making the playoffs, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index.

“It’s been fine,” said Gurley, when asked how he has responded to the larger workload. “Obviously, what is it? Week 13, Week 14? Everyone’s kind of feeling the long season. Just got to do what you got to do to get your body right and your mind right for each Sunday.”

It was uncertain going into the season how Gurley would be utilized because of issues surrounding his left knee, which kept him sidelined for the final two games of the 2018 season.

But Gurley and the Rams have repeatedly said his knee is fine, while McVay has continued to deny that Gurley has been on any sort of load management program this season.

“It has nothing to do with that,” McVay said. “It was really just, you’re just kind of working through the 2019 season — the best way to utilize all of our players and figuring out what our identity is.”

When asked if he would like to continue with the increased amount of carries through the final four games, Gurley said, “I mean it doesn’t matter. … Team sport, only one person can get the ball.”

In 11 games this season, Gurley has averaged 58 yards on 14 carries, down from the 89 yards on 18 carries that he averaged in 2018.

After producing back-to-back seasons rushing for more than 1,200 yards, Gurley has rushed for 642 yards on 154 carries.

He has yet to rush for 100 yards in a game, after doing it six times last season.

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Utah coach Quin Snyder didn’t have a lot to say to his team at halftime, despite a 15-point deficit. A little video session, but no harsh words or motivational speeches.

The low-key tactic worked well.

The Utah Jazz Jerseys For Sale came out quickly in the third, eventually erased the Memphis Grizzlies Jerseys For Sale’ double-digit lead and pulled away for a 103-94 victory Friday night to snap a two-game skid. Bojan Bogdanovic Jersey For Sale was key in the fourth quarter, scoring 16 of his 33 points in the game.

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“I’m glad we played the second half like we did, opposed to the first,” Snyder said. “We came out competitive and threw ourselves into the defense. We were struggling offensively in the first half and forgot about that and the offense came.”

Bogdanovic matched his season-high scoring mark, going 12 of 20 from the field, including 4 of 8 from 3-point range. Donovan Mitchell Jersey For Sale added 20 points despite a tough shooting night (7 of 22) and Rudy Gobert had 13 points, 13 rebounds and a pair of blocks.

In the fourth, when the Jazz would routinely look to Mitchell, their leading scorer, they relied on Bogdanovic.

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Mitchell added that “when it gets to a point, (Bogdanovic) locks in and knocks shots down. It’s easy to just kind of run plays and give him the ball as much as possible.”

Jonas Valanciunas led Memphis with 22 points and 17 rebounds, and Brandon Clarke scored 13 points on 5-of-6 shooting. The Grizzlies have lost six straight.

Memphis saw a 15-point halftime lead evaporate quickly as the Jazz scored the first 12 points of the third quarter, the Grizzlies going almost four minutes without scoring against a much more active Jazz defense.

The run would reach 18-2, allowing Utah to retake the lead. The game would level into a tight contest the rest of the third.

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Memphis would still be close near the midway point of the fourth, but couldn’t keep pace with Bogdanovic and the rest of the Jazz.

“We have to play all four quarters like we did the first half,” said rookie guard Ja Morant Jersey For Sale, who was limited to 11 points making only four of his 13 shots. “It helped us get out to our biggest lead. …We just have to do that all four quarters.”

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Both teams wore their throwback jerseys — the Jazz in the purple, snow-capped mountain version; Memphis in it teal-based ones with a large G and S in Grizzlies. The team logos from about 20 years ago were used on the scoreboard and the Grizzly head with the claws around the red ball was the center court emblem.

CONLEY ON THE BOARDS

Former Grizzlies guard Mike Conley has struggled in his shooting this season as he adapts to his new team, but his rebounding numbers are up. He had seven rebounds, including a pair off the offensive glass. “I couldn’t make a shot, so I had to do something,” Conley said.

UP NEXT

Jazz: At Toronto on Sunday.

Grizzlies: At Minnesota on Sunday.

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Washington was one play away from salting away its second win of the season, one kneel-down short of knocking off the Detroit Lions, 19-16, and its starting quarterback was nowhere to be found.

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With two seconds left in the fourth quarter, right after Lions signal-caller Jeff Driskel threw his third and final interception of the day, Redskins quarterback Dwayne Haskins was supposed to be out on the field with his teammates, leading them into victory formation. Instead, he was taking a selfie with a fan, celebrating Washington’s victory one play early.

Redskins interim coach Bill Callahan, unable to locate Haskins, called on backup quarterback Case Keenum to kneel down on the Redskins’ final play. The skipper did not take the bizarre end to his second win as Redskins coach lightly.

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“No, I don’t laugh at it,” Callahan said, per ESPN. “I’m happy we won. We’ll address that. I’m just pleased we won the game. I just have to find out.”

In his first victory as a starter, Haskins completed just 13 of 29 pass attempts for 156 yards and threw a pick. But he and the Redskins defense did enough to secure the win over the injury-riddled Lions, and the QB celebrated his defense’s final takeaway as if it was his first win ever.

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“I was so hype, I broke a water bottle,” Haskins told reporters. “I look up and we’re in victory. I thought the game was over with already, but I’ll get it next time.”

That’s if there is a next time this season. The 2-9 Redskins finish against four playoff contenders (Panthers, Packers, Eagles, Cowboys) and the rival Giants.

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Haskins might’ve missed his opportunity, opting instead to celebrate with what Redskins fans remained at FedEx Field on Sunday afternoon. It’s a moment that those fans won’t forget, but one Haskins will probably want to.

When Jameis Winston is your quarterback, things are bound to get a little weird sometimes.

Against the Falcons in Week 12, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers somehow topped that notion with a move that resulted in a reward that far outweighed the risk.

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From the Atlanta 1-yard line with 44 seconds remaining the first half, defensive tackle Vita Vea came into the game as an eligible receiver at fullback. The ensuing play didn’t result in a Vea block or routine dumpoff to a receiver; no, this was a designed play-action fake with the 347-pound lineman as the intended target.

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And he caught it with all the grace in the world, becoming the heaviest player in NFL history to score a touchdown in the process.

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“Got to commend Jameis. He threw me a dime. It was just spot-on,” Vea said, via Pewter Report. “I didn’t have to jump, reach out or nothing; it just came straight to me. All I had to do was just catch it.”

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For as easy as Vea made his historic grab sound, what he accomplished has only ever been done by two players listed over 340 pounds, according to Pro Football Reference: Hall of Famer Jonathan Ogden (1996, 2003) and previous record holder Dontari Poe. The current Panthers DT was 346 pounds when he scored as a member of the Chiefs in 2015; Vea’s achievement came four years and two days after Poe’s.

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“Still feels kind of surreal to me,” Vea said, per Buccaneers.com’s Carmen Vitali. “It’s just like I’m still kind of taking the moment in. I’m excited to look at my phone and see what my family and loved ones have to say. Just pretty excited.”

Vea also finished with two tackles, two passes defensed and a sack in the 35-22 victory.