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Mr. August Finally Gets Chance For September

LB Desmond Bishop (Jonathan Daniel/Getty)

Inside linebacker Desmond Bishop, a training camp star the last few years, is cautiously optimistic this year will be different. His fate, however, isn't completely in his hands. We talked to Bishop and Dom Capers this week to get the story.

Finally. Finally, this is Desmond Bishop's time to shine. Actually, this time of year is always Bishop's time to shine. A sixth-round draft pick by the Green Bay Packers in 2007, the linebacker routinely has made mincemeat of the offense, either on the practice field or the preseason. If there was a Training Camp Hall of Fame, Bishop would be in the inaugural class of inductees. But once the...

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