The Raiders will beat the Bucs and Henry Ruggs III is a big reason why – Domonique Foxworth | Get Up

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    Domonique Foxworth heaps praise on Henry Ruggs III and the Las Vegas Raiders ahead of their game vs. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, with Foxworth picking Jon Gruden’s team to beat the Bucs. Ryan Clark, Dan Graziano and Desmond Clark then discuss the big game. #NFL #Sports #GetUp

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