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Tampa Bay's home game against Chicago will go on as scheduled

Despite several anxious days of waiting and watching, Hurricane Irma spared much of Florida, and the state is returning to normal. Week 1’s game between the Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers was postponed to Week 11, but the team has announced that Week 2’s home game against the Chicago Bears will go on as scheduled. As documented in Sports Illustrated, Buccaneers players scattered in advance of Irma, with several flying to Charlotte and others weathering the storm in town.
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