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The NFL’s opening act—also known as the preseason—was in full force through the weekend, giving fans brief glimpses of what could transpire this year. In truth, there’s little to glean from preseason scores because they’re largely dictated by which team’s third-string players win the day. But a host of highly touted rookies did take to the field, and some stood out more than others. Top overall pick Myles Garrett, a defensive lineman for the Cleveland Browns, had two tackles (including one for a loss) and exerted quarterback pressure in 15 snaps, according to ESPN. Second overall pick Mitch Trubisky, a quarterback for the Chicago Bears, turned some heads in his debut with 166 yards and a touchdown while completing 18 of 25 throws. He was far more impressive than starter Mike Glennon and first backup Mark Sanchez, though both were facing tougher competition. Fellow 2017 first-round picks at the quarterback position—Kansas City Chiefs backup Patrick Mahomes and Houston Texans backup Deshaun Watson—also played effectively when given a shot. The other big news from preseason Week One involved Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch, who sat during the national anthem on Saturday. Raiders head Coach Jack Del Rio said he “very strongly” believes in standing for the anthem, but also called Lynch’s decision “a non-issue.” Over the last seven days, “NFL Preseason” has a 75 percent score on Social. --Alex Shultz

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