NFL Preseason Week 3 Picks: Saturday Slate | CBS Sports HQ

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Emory Hunt joins CBS Sports HQ to preview the Saturday slate of Preseason Week 3 games.

0:00-5:43 – Early Slate

5:44-13:43 – Late Slate

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