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Roberto Aguayo on Hard Knocks: I let you guys down; I let myself down

Some of the most compelling moments in Hard Knocks every year come when players are released. One of the hardest cuts for the Buccaneers this season came Saturday when they released kicker Roberto Aguayo, whom they traded up to get in the second round last year. “No one really talks about you, you know, when [more]
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