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Bucs Cannon Fodder podcast: Good news on the injury front

Bucs linebacker Kwon Alexander returned to practice on Wednesday. [LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

Bucs linebacker Kwon Alexander returned to practice on Wednesday. [LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

In his latest Cannon Fodder podcast, Greg Auman shares good news on the injury front for Bucs fans with four key players on defense returning to practice Wednesday.

Also, why the Cardinals' stadium this weekend means different things for Jameis Winston and O.J. Howard. Listen below:

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