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BALTIMORE -- Justin Tucker is the first NFL kicker in three years to make three field goals beyond 50 yards in a single half.In the first half Sunday, Tucker converted from 52, 57 and 54 yards for the Baltimore Ravens, who led the Cincinnati Bengals 16-3 at halftime. He added a field goal in the fourth quarter in the Ravens 19-14 victory.This is the first time a kicker has made three 50-yard field goals in one half since Phil Dawson did so against the Ravens in 2012, according to ESPN Stats & Information.After Tucker kicked a 36-yard field goal in the fourth quarter, he has now kicked an NFL-best 34 field goals in a row. He is the only perfect kicker this season, making all 27 field goal attempts, including 7-for-7 from 50 yards and longer. He was 8-of-19 from 50-plus yards in 2014 and 2015.He joins Adam Vinatieri, Matt Prater and Dan Bailey as the only kickers with multiple field goals made from 50-plus yards this season. Fake NFL Jerseys . 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On Tuesday, Ottawa placed forward Cory Conacher and defenceman Joe Corvo on waivers as trade rumours swirl around the Senators.PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- EJ Manuel got off to a sloppy start in the Buffalo Bills 90-minute scrimmage Monday night. He made up for it with a big finish. Then again, the Bills new-look, aggressive defence had something to do with the early problems for the rookie quarterback. And they played without defensive end Mario Williams, who was held out to rest a sore left foot. Manuel threw two interceptions on his first eight attempts, before closing with two touchdowns, and scoring another on a 1-yard run. "I felt like I didnt start out how I wanted to, obviously," said Manuel, whose first throw was intercepted and returned for a touchdown by cornerback Leodis McKelvin. "The biggest thing for me was just to show that I could fight back, move past it. Obviously, its not going to be the last interception I throw in my career." The scrimmage was held 10 days into training camp in suburban Rochester, and in advance of the Bills preseason opener at Indianapolis on Sunday. By unofficial count, because the team did not release statistics, Manuel completed 9 of 17 attempts for 113 yards. He threw a perfectly placed 27-yard fade to T.J. Graham in the left corner of the end zone for his first touchdown. Manuel then hit Drew Smith on a 10-yard fade in just about the same spot for his second score. The downside came on the interceptions. Manuel misread which way receiver Robert Woods was going to cut, allowing McKelvin to jump the route. On his next interception, Manuels pass was batted at the line, and the ball fell into the hands of linebacker Arthur Moats. Manuel appeared flustered at times by the various pass-rushing formations in new co-ordinator Mike Pettines scheme. Rookie linebacker Kiko Alonso stopped Manuel for what wouldve been a loss, while tackles Marcell Dareus and Jay Ross were effective in stuffing the run in goal-line situations. "Im pleased with it," coach Doug Marrone said, assessing Manuels performance and progress. "I was really looking to see how he bounced back from that because early on, you want to see that. I thought he bounced back well." Marrone was most impressed with how Manuel handled himself during a 2-minute session. He orchestrated a seven-play, 75-yard drive cappped by Tashard Choices 1-yard plunge with 20 seconds remaining.dddddddddddd Manuel hit 2 of 3 attempts, including a perfectly placed 15-yard strike to Woods back shoulder. Selected 16th overall out of Florida State, Manuel was the only quarterback to go in the first round of this years draft. He is competing with veteran free-agent addition Kevin Kolb to win the starting job out of training camp. Manuel had the benefit of working exclusively with the first-team offence after Kolb was excused earlier in the day following a death in his family. Kolb also missed practice on Sunday after he hurt his left knee slipping on a wet mat during practice a day earlier. Marrone said there was a chance Kolb wouldve been cleared for the scrimmage. For Manuel, it was an inconsistent performance that served as a reminder of how much work is still ahead of him. "I think overall, just continue to get better every day," Manuel said. "Even though you face some adversity, sometimes I feel like you could still learn from those things and still get better from them." On the upside, McKelvins interception continued whats been a solid camp for the sixth-year player competing for a starting job. "Hey, its great to have the first touchdown of the day," McKelvin said. "It is important. Im very confident in myself, and Im ready to go out there and make plays, and confident in myself to win this job." Receiver Marquise Goodwin, a rookie third-round pick, made several acrobatic catches. His first came on a 45-yard pass from Jeff Tuel, when he showed off his speed to beat cornerback T.J. Heath. Tuel, an undrafted rookie, had a solid outing against Buffalos second- and third-string defences. He also made a great throw across his body to hit a wide-open DaRick Rogers for a 48-yard catch. NOTES: WR Stevie Johnson (left hamstring) did not scrimmage. DT Kyle Williams, coming off off-season foot surgery, was held out as a precaution. ... Undrafted rookie DT Aaron Tipoti did not return after hurting his right ankle in a goal-line drill. ... Marrone reintroduced the scrimmage to training camp after his two most recent predecessors -- Chan Gailey and Dick Jauron -- were against lengthy full-contact sessions. ' ' '

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