49ers quarterback Brock Purdy throws the ball against the Dolphins during the first half Sunday's game in Santa Clara, Calif.
The 22-year-old rookie from Iowa State, taken last in the draft, faces Tom Brady and the Bucs this weekend.
The reliever, who was limited to 21 games last year, had a “cleanup” of his rotator cuff and labrum.
Brady’s fourth-quarter comeback Monday night was the 44th of his career, an NFL record.
Less than a week before the Saints game, Neal became a dad for the second time.


  1. Former Lightning defenseman Ryan McDonagh, shown on the Amalie Arena video board, acknowledges the crowd as he returns to Tampa, this time as a member of the Nashville Predators.
  2. WNBA star and two-time Olympic gold medalist Brittney Griner is escorted from a courtroom after a hearing in Khimki just outside Moscow, Russia, on Aug. 4. Russia freed Griner on Thursday in a dramatic high-level prisoner exchange, with the U.S. releasing notorious Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout.
  3. Quarterback Tom Brady (12) engineered two touchdown drives in the last five minutes Monday night to rally the Bucs to a 17-16 victory against the Saints at Raymond James Stadium.
  4. Bucs linebacker Lavonte David (54), linebacker Joe Tryon-Shoyinka (9) and safety Keanu Neal (22) celebrate a stop on a pass play intended for Saints tight end Taysom Hill (7) during the fourth quarter of last Sunday's Bucs win.
  5. Rays relief pitcher J.P. Feyereisen likely won't see game action for the Rays before late August next season.
  6. 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy throws the ball against the Dolphins during the first half Sunday's game in Santa Clara, Calif.
  7. Florida quarterback Jack Miller is in line for his first career start (and appearance with the Gators) in next week's bowl game.
  8. Matt Bloom, instructor, top-center, talks to athletes after they go through training during a WWE tryout event at the IMG Academy East Campus in Bradenton.
  9. Of the four left-handed relievers on the Rays' roster entering the offseason, Brooks Raley was the oldest and made the most money.
  10. Saints wide receiver Jarvis Landry (5) eludes the one-handed grasp of Bucs cornerback Zyon McCollum (27) in the second half of Tampa Bay's 17-16 win Monday night. McCollum, a rookie, finished with four tackles but missed a handful more.
  11. Jaelon Darden was among the league leaders this season with a 10.6-yard punt-return average but contributed very little offensively.
  12. Clearwater Central Catholic coach Chris Harvey (white cap) celebrates with his team following its 23-21 victory over Jesuit earlier this season.
  13. Bucs defensive lineman William Gholston, 31, is his team's nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, widely considered the league's most prestigious honor.
  14. The Red Wings' 4-2 victory over the Lightning Tuesday at Amalie Arena allowed Detroit to jump ahead of Tampa Bay in the Atlantic Division standings based on the first tiebreaker, which is regulation wins.
  15. Aaron Judge has agreed to return to the Yankees on a $360 million, nine-year contract, according to a person familiar with the deal. The person spoke to The Associated Press on Wednesday because the deal had not been announced.
  16. New USF football coach Alex Golesh greets fans following his introductory new conference on campus Monday.
  17. Lightning defensemen Zach Bogosian (24) and Mikhail Sergachev (98) defend against Detroit forward Forward Jonatan Berggren (52) during the second period Tuesday night in Tampa.
  18. A rendering of the proposed Rays stadium and surrounding redevelopment as envisioned by the team and the Hines real estate group.
  19. Jaelon Darden, a fourth-round pick out of North Texas in 2021, led the NFL in total punt returns (31) and punt-return yardage (330) this season while averaging 10.6 yards.
  20. Bucs center Robert Hainsey (70) was already signaling a touchdown before rookie running back Rachaad White even got in the in the end zone with the winning score with three seconds remaining in Monday night's 17-16 win against the Saints.
  21. Detroit Red Wings head coach Derek Lalonde spent the past four seasons behind the Lightning bench, part of two Stanley Cup championship staffs and three that went to the Cup Final.
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