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1.Bengals | Dre Kirkpatrick sits out (KFFL) Cincinnati Bengals CB Dre Kirkpatrick (hamstring) did not participate in practice Sunday, July 27, because of an apparent hamstring injury. The injury is not expected to keep him out for long.less than a minute
2.Vikings | Kyle Rudolph signs extension (KFFL) The Minnesota Vikings have signed TE Kyle Rudolph to a five-year extension worth $36.5 million.less than a minute
3.Raiders | No timetable for D.J. Hayden (KFFL) Oakland Raiders CB D.J. Hayden (foot) still has no definite timetable for his return, but the team is optimistic that he will be ready for the start of the season, according to general manager Reggie McKenzie.less than a minute
4.Raiders | Rod Streater may have head injury (KFFL) Oakland Raiders WR Rod Streater (head) may have suffered a head injury during practice Sunday, July 27, after falling down hard near the end of practice, according to head coach Dennis Allen.less than a minute
5.Eagles | G.J. Kinne could push for No. 3 QB job (KFFL) Philadelphia Eagles QB G.J. Kinne could push QB Matt Barkley for the No. 3 quarterback job, because he has thrown the ball well during training camp.less than a minute
6.Eagles | Nolan Carroll sees time with starters (KFFL) Philadelphia Eagles CB Nolan Carroll received some snaps with the first-team defense during practice Sunday, July 27.less than a minute
7.Giants | Two players miss practice (KFFL) New York Giants WR Trindon Holliday (leg) and TE Xavier Grimble (hamstring) did not participate in practice Sunday, July 27.less than a minute
8.Jets | Chris Johnson a full participant (KFFL) New York Jets RB Chris Johnson (knee) fully participated in practice Sunday, July 27. It appears Johnson will be limited or get the day off every third practice.less than a minute
9.Patriots | Julian Edelman hopes to be returner (KFFL) New England Patriots WR Julian Edelman said he would like to be a punt returner for the team this upcoming season in addition to having a role on offense. "That's a part of the game [punt return] that gave me an opportunity to make this team," Edelman said. "I love returning punts. I want to do that and if they ask me to do that, I'm going to do it."less than a minute
10.Bills | Taking things slow with Leodis McKelvin (KFFL) Buffalo Bills CB Leodis McKelvin (hip) has not participated in team drills for the last three days, because the team wants to take things slow with him since he is coming off offseason hip surgery, according to head coach Doug Marrone.less than a minute
11.Bills | Evan Rodriguez could see time at TE (KFFL) Buffalo Bills FB Evan Rodriguez could receive practice time at tight end because of the injuries to TEs Scott Chandler (groin), Tony Moeaki (hamstring) and Chris Gragg (cramps).less than a minute
12.49ers | LaMichael James may be ready for Week 1 (KFFL) Updating a previous report, San Francisco 49ers RB LaMichael James (elbow) likely will miss the entire preseason but should be ready for the start of the regular season.less than a minute
13.Ravens | Bernard Pierce drops weight (KFFL) Baltimore Ravens RB Bernard Pierce said he weighed 248 pounds after he underwent shoulder surgery this offseason but currently weighs 222 pounds.less than a minute
14.Ravens | Chykie Brown misses practice (KFFL) Baltimore Ravens CB Chykie Brown (hamstring) did not participate in practice Sunday, July 27, because of a tweaked hamstring, according to head coach John Harbaugh.less than a minute
15.Falcons | Josh Wilson top choice for nickel back job (KFFL) Atlanta Falcons CB Josh Wilson is considered the leading candidate for the nickel back job at this point.5 minutes
16.Falcons | Josh Wilson briefly leaves practice (KFFL) Atlanta Falcons CB Josh Wilson (hamstring) left practice early Sunday, July 27, because of a hamstring issue but was able to return once his leg was stretched out.6 minutes
17.49ers | LaMichael James dislocates elbow (KFFL) Updating an earlier report, San Francisco 49ers RB LaMichael James (elbow) suffered a dislocated elbow Sunday, July 27.22 minutes
18.DeMarcus Ware (RotoWire) Ware left Sunday's practice about halfway through the session due to a lower leg bruise, the Broncos' official site reports. Analysis: Given that the injury is described as a bruise, we'll view Ware as day-to-day for the time being. We'll let you know if that assessment changes.27 minutes
19.Dolphins | Want Lamar Miller in LeSean McCoy role (KFFL) Miami Dolphins RB Lamar Miller will be used much like Philadelphia Eagles RB LeSean McCoy was last season. That means he should see quite a few passes headed his way. He'll have to hold off Knowshon Moreno (knee), but Miller seems to be clearly in the lead in the backfield. Miller is a mid-rate RB2. Moreno has low RB3 value when he returns from injury.28 minutes
20.Cardinals | Dan Williams sidelined (KFFL) Arizona Cardinals DT Dan Williams (knee) is sidelined with a swollen left knee Sunday, July 27.36 minutes
21.Scott Chandler (RotoWire) Chandler left Sunday's practice with a groin injury, ESPN.com reports. Analysis: It's unclear how much time Chandler might miss, but with fellow TEs Tony Moeaki (hamstring) and Chris Gragg (heat-related symptoms) also ailing, the Bills' depth at the position is currently taxed.56 minutes
22.Stephon Gilmore (RotoWire) Gilmore, who struggled with a wrist injury all of last season, is unlimited in training camp and feels far better than any point of his 2013 campaign, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said the third-year cornerback, "It feels good. That was my first time ever having surgery and getting hurt so it feels good to be back to myself and be out there having fun and be playing how I know how to play. It helped me out a lot. I've never struggled like that before when I had that surgery on my hand so it helped me out a lot. It humbled me and I feel good now so I'm ready to go help this team win." Analysis: If Gilmore is happy and healthy all seas... (More)57 minutes
23.Mark Barron (RotoWire) Barron indicated that he's not quite 100 percent following arthroscopic surgery to repair cartilage in his right knee in January, Tampa Bay Times reporter Rick Stroud reports. Analysis: On the plus side, Barron has been able to practice with the Bucs' first-team defense in training camp, so it looks like an issue he'll be able to work through this summer. The strong safety has recorded 88 tackles in back-to-back seasons for the Bucs, though given that he missed two games in 2013, he's a candidate to hit the 100-tackle mark this season if he can stay healthy.1 hour
24.Eric Berry (RotoWire) Berry (dislocated finger) practiced on a limited basis Sunday, the Kansas City Star reports. Analysis: Berry dislocated a finger Saturday, but the issue didn't prevent him from practicing Sunday, albeit on a limited basis. Berry, who recorded 75 tackles, 3.5 sacks and three picks in 15 games last season, is slated to reprise his role as the Chiefs' starting strong safety this coming season.1 hour
25.Junior Hemingway (RotoWire) Hemingway missed practice Sunday after leaving Saturday's workout with a hamstring issue, the Kansas City Star reports. Analysis: For now, we'll consider Hemingway day-to-day. Once he returns to action, Hemingway is in line to jostle with the likes of Weston Dressler, De'Anthony Thomas, Frankie Hammond, Albert Wilson and Kyle Williams for slot receiver duties with the Chiefs.1 hour
26.Marcus Lattimore (RotoWire) Lattimore (knee/hamstring) hasn't practiced through the first three days of training camp, but general manager Trent Baalke said that he hasn't suffered any setbacks and that "he is close." Analysis: Lattimore was expected to come into the 2014 season healthy, but a hamstring injury he suffered during mini-camp and the lingering affects of his horrific 2012 knee injury have kept him from participating in training camp. GM Trent Baalke mentioned that there was a mental hurdle for Lattimore to overcome along with the physical hurdle. But the overall sentiment from Baalke's statements were that Lattimore is nearing a return to the fi... (More)1 hour
27.49ers | LaMichael James carted off (KFFL) San Francisco 49ers RB LaMichael James (wrist) was carted off the field Sunday, July 27, with a hand or wrist injury.1 hour
28.Vikes extend Rudolph for 5 yrs, $36.5 mi... (Rotoworld) Vikings signed TE Kyle Rudolph to a five-year, $36.5 million extension through 2019. Analysis: Tight end guru Norv Turner is signing off on Rudolph, who should be Teddy Bridgewater's safety valve for years to come. Rudolph missed half of last season with a fractured foot, but is 100 percent now and dropped 15 pounds in the offseason with an eye on a high-volume role in an offense that has produced career years out of Jay Novacek, Randy McMichael, Jordan Cameron, and Antonio Gates. Still only 24 years old, Rudolph has 15 touchdowns through 39 career games. He's a mid-range to lower... (More)1 hour
29.Lawrence Sidbury (RotoWire) Sidbury signed with the Texans on Saturday, the Houston Chronicle reports. He practiced with the team Sunday. Analysis: Sidbury, who was a fourth-round selection by Atlanta in 2009, spent the 2013 season with the Colts.1 hour
30.Le'Veon Bell (RotoWire) Bell left Sunday's practice early due to hamstring tightness, Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. Analysis: The report indicates encouragingly that Bell's hamstring issue is not considered serious, though it's possible that it could limit the running back's practice participation in the short-term.1 hour
31.Buccaneers | Mark Barron still mending (KFFL) Tampa Bay Buccaneers S Mark Barron (knee) said he's not 100 percent after arthroscopic surgery to repair cartilage in his right knee in January.2 hours
32.Zach Sudfeld impressing at Jets camp (Rotoworld) Second-year TE Zach Sudfeld has reportedly been the most impressive tight end so far at Jets camp. Analysis: Jeff Cumberland has been "relatively quiet," while second-round pick Jace Amaro has generally struggled and missed time with knee tendinitis. Positive news on Sudfeld may generate eyerolls in the fantasy community, but he still offers plus athleticism and stands 6'7/253. He probably won't make any fantasy noise in New York this season, but is worth monitoring in deep Dynasty leagues.2 hours
33.Jermaine Kearse running with first-team ... (Rotoworld) Jermaine Kearse has consistently run as a first-team receiver in three-wideout sets at Seahawks camp. Analysis: Percy Harvin is playing Z and slot receiver, with Kearse and Doug Baldwin primarily on the perimeter. (Baldwin is playing Golden Tate's old position.) At 6-foot-1, 209 with impressive high-pointing ability, 24-year-old Kearse has a chance to take a step forward this season, and is a sneaky bet to lead Seattle in touchdown receptions. He scored TDs in the NFC title game and Super Bowl 48.2 hours
34.Panthers | Two exit with cramps (KFFL) Carolina Panthers TE Brandon Williams (cramps) and S Anderson Russell (cramps) left practice Sunday, July 27, due to cramps.2 hours
35.Bernard Pierce (RotoWire) Pierce, who left practice early Saturday, practiced Sunday, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports. Analysis: Pierce, who is bouncing back from offseason rotator cuff surgery on his right shoulder, downplayed his early exit Saturday, with his presence at practice Sunday supporting the notion that he hasn't experienced any notable injury setbacks. With teammate Ray Rice facing a two-game suspension to start the season, a healthy Pierce is in line for an expanded role in the Ravens' backfield out of the gate.2 hours
36.Brandon Gibson (RotoWire) Gibson (unspecified issue) didn't finish practice Sunday, the Florida Sun-Sentinel reports. Analysis: Gibson, whose left knee that was surgically-repaired seven months ago, was hobbled during Sunday's practice, but at this stage it's unclear if the wideout's knee flared up, or if he is dealing with a separate issue.2 hours
37.Steelers | Le'Veon Bell exits (KFFL) Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell (hamstring) didn't finish practice Sunday, July 27, due to a tight hamstring.2 hours
38.Bills | Two injured (KFFL) Buffalo Bills TE Scott Chandler (groin) suffered a groin injury Sunday, July 27. WR Kevin Elliott (head) is suffering from concussion-like symptoms.2 hours
39.Dennis Pitta: I feel 100 percent (Rotoworld) Dennis Pitta said his hip feels 100 percent as training camp opens. Analysis: Pitta did return for the final four games of last season, but lacked some agility and explosiveness as he came off a hip dislocation. Now 100 percent and a focal point of Gary Kubiak's tight end-friendly offense, Pitta is a solid candidate to lead the Ravens in receptions. He's expected to play a "versatile role" in which he's "routinely" split out wide.3 hours
40.Benny Cunningham working ahead of Mason (Rotoworld) Benny Cunningham is getting reps with the starters ahead of Tre Mason Sunday. Analysis: As a rookie with very little pass protection experience, Mason isn't going to be handed the No. 2 job behind Zac Stacy. Cunningham led the NFL in YPC (5.55) among rushers with at least 45 attempts last season. For now, speculation that Mason could earn 8-10 carries per game appears unfounded.3 hours
41.Kenny Britt, Quick getting first-team WR... (Rotoworld) Kenny Britt and Brian Quick are getting the majority of first-team wideout reps during Sunday's practice. Analysis: Chris Givens is spending most of his time with the second unit. It's an interesting development, as we know Britt has the physical tools to be an on-field dominator when his head is on straight. It appears Jeff Fisher is going to give his old friend every opportunity to resurrect his career in this barren receiving corps. Britt's ADP is around the 15th round right now.3 hours
42.Ravens | Lardarius Webb sits (KFFL) Baltimore Ravens CB Lardarius Webb (back) did not practice Sunday, July 27.3 hours
43.Ravens | Bernard Pierce returns (KFFL) Baltimore Ravens RB Bernard Pierce (illness) returned to practice Sunday, July 27.3 hours
44.Ravens | Dominique Franks activated (KFFL) Baltimore Ravens CB Dominique Franks passed his conditioning test Sunday, July 27, and was activated from the non-football injury list.3 hours
45.Mike Mitchell (RotoWire) Mitchell (groin), who is on the PUP list, will likely miss the first week of practice, according to ESPN.com. Although the injury is not considered significant, it does cut into the on-field work Mitchell will get with strong safety Troy Polamalu, who didn't take part in OTAs. "I know the playbook very, very well and you've just got to get out there and practice and when I'm back, we'll be fine," Mitchell said. "When you've got one of the best safeties in the league to play with, your job isn't that hard." Analysis: Mitchell signed a five-year, $25 million contract with the Steelers in March, and the team is looking to him to le... (More)3 hours
46.Cordarrelle Patterson (RotoWire) Patterson -- who injured his left foot while training in California last week -- was spotted jogging around during Sunday morning's walk-through, Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports. Analysis: Meanwhile, coach Mike Zimmer noted that Patterson will "probably stay with the walk-throughs for maybe another day," suggesting that the wideout remains in the day-to-day category for now. Once he's up to speed, Patterson's potential to emerge as a big-play threat in the Minnesota offense makes him a fantasy breakout candidate in his second season as a pro.4 hours
47.Seahawks | Christine Michael dings shoulder (KFFL) Seattle Seahawks RB Christine Michael (shoulder) left practice early Sunday, July 27, after dinging his right shoulder. Head coach Pete Carroll said Michael should be able to return Tuesday, July 29.4 hours
48.Bears | Jay Cutler takes extra reps Sunday (KFFL) Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler practiced with the first-team offense and the second-team wide receivers Sunday, July 27, in order to get extra reps.4 hours
49.49ers RB/KR James dislocates left elbow (Rotoworld) 49ers RB/KR LaMichael James is expected to miss at least a month with a dislocated left elbow. Analysis: The once-deep 49ers may have to sign a running back after losing James for all of camp and Kendall Hunter to an ACL tear. Jewel Hampton now looks like a decent bet to make the 53 behind Frank Gore and rookie Carlos Hyde. When healthy, James will return as San Francisco's primary kickoff and punt returner, and No. 3 tailback. Marcus Lattimore (hamstring, knee) still can't practice.4 hours
50.Eagles | Bennie Logan has hamstring injury (KFFL) Philadelphia Eagles DT Bennie Logan (hamstring) is day-to-day because of a hamstring injury.4 hours
51.Rob Gronkowski (RotoWire) Gronkowski (knee), who had been limited to individual drills early on in training camp, spent a portion of Sunday's practice participating in what NFL Media's Albert Breer described as half-to-3/4 speed 11-on-11 drills, NFL.com reports. Analysis: While the Patriots are understandably easing Gronkowski back into the mix, his recovery from the torn ACL and MCL that he suffered last Dec. 8 continues to go well, and according to Breer, "everything that you see here indicates that (Gronkowski) is going to be a go for Week 1, even if they are taking it a little easy on him right now."4 hours
52.LaFell showing inconsistent hands early ... (Rotoworld) Brandon LaFell's "inconsistent hands" have "drawn notice" early at Patriots camp. Analysis: LaFell had eight drops on 90 targets last season. As a new player in the Patriots offense, he's going to have to shine in camp to climb the depth chart. LaFell is starting off at least behind Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola, and will also eventually be leapfrogged by Aaron Dobson (day to day, foot).4 hours
53.Patriots waive/injured Greg Orton (Rotoworld) Patriots waived/injured WR Greg Orton. Analysis: Orton tore his Achilles' tendon in Friday's training camp session.4 hours
54.Cecil Shorts has a Grade 2 hammy strain (Rotoworld) Tests revealed that Cecil Shorts sustained a Grade 2 hamstring strain in Friday's practice. Analysis: In other words, it's more severe than standard early-camp tightness. Shorts will be sidelined at least two weeks, adding more injury concerns to his outlook. He underwent groin surgery in December and sat out almost all offseason workouts with calf and hamstring issues.4 hours
55.Arians: Thomas wants to show off his arm (Rotoworld) Coach Bruce Arians said fourth-round QB Logan Thomas "still has to learn when to throw the ball extremely hard and when to throw it accurately." Analysis: Thomas has a unique skill set and Carson Palmer will turn 35 in December, so Dynasty owners should be monitoring the situation. We know that accuracy and touch are major issues for Thomas right now. "A strong armed, young quarterback has that problem. He gets all jacked up and wants to show it off," Arians said.4 hours
56.LaMichael James carted off the field (Rotoworld) 49ers RB/KR LaMichael James was carted off the field during Sunday's practice with an apparent left arm injury. Analysis: The injury appeared to be James' wrist or arm, and the extent is unknown. It's another running back blow after San Francisco lost Kendall Hunter to a torn ACL. Frank Gore, Carlos Hyde, and Jewel Hampton are the Niners' only healthy backs. Marcus Lattimore (knee, hamstring) remains on the active/PUP list.4 hours
57.Clay Matthews active at training camp (Rotoworld) Clay Matthews (thumb) says he's not quite 100 percent yet, but was active for the start of training camp. Analysis: Matthews, who broke his right thumb twice in three months and undergone a Tommy John-esque surgery on it, was wearing a splint as practice opened. By the time the real games start in six weeks, he expects to have his full grip back and resume his dominating role in Dom Capers' scheme. Despite the injuries, Matthews has 20.5 sacks in his last 23 games.4 hours
58.Redskins | Brandon Jenkins cut (KFFL) The Washington Redskins have released LB Brandon Jenkins.5 hours
59.Tom Savage starts off as third-string QB (Rotoworld) Tom Savage opened camp as the third-string quarterback. Analysis: Case Keenum is getting the second-team reps behind starter Ryan Fitzpatrick. On the first day of camp, Savage reportedly "struggled to find any consistency and missed his targets several times." Still, we'd tentatively expect the fourth-round rookie to pass up Keenum before camp is over. Savage was hand-picked by new coach Bill O'Brien.5 hours
60.Fins target Shady McCoy role for Lamar M... (Rotoworld) According to the Miami Herald, "there's a hope in Dolphins camp" that Lamar Miller "can play the role of LeSean 'Shady' McCoy" in new OC Bill Lazor's offense. Analysis: Lazor spent 2013 on Chip Kelly's staff as Philly led the NFL in rushing and yards per carry (5.1). Miller lacks McCoy's lateral explosiveness, but he is a speed back who's dangerous in space. Earlier in July, Miller met with McCoy to discuss "how to thrive in the system Lazor has brought from Philly to South Florida," and also watched Shady's game tape. Per beat writer Adam Beasley, Mi... (More)5 hours
61.Bennie Logan (RotoWire) Logan was held out of Sunday's practice with a tight hamstring, Tim McManus of 97.5 The Fanatic reports. Analysis: Apparently Logan's absence was just precautionary, meaning he could have played through the injury if the Eagles had a game Sunday, but Logan's health is still worth monitoring moving forward.5 hours
62.Bernard Pierce ballooned to 248 pounds (Rotoworld) Bernard Pierce revealed that his weight ballooned to 248 pounds following January shoulder surgery. Analysis: The good news is Pierce has dropped into the 217-222 range, and recovered fully from the surgery. "I definitely feel lighter and quick," he said Sunday. Pierce just turned 24 in May, and is the favorite to open the season as the Ravens' feature back. He could run away with the job during Ray Rice's two-game ban.5 hours
63.Eagles RBs racking up catches in camp (Rotoworld) Eagles running backs are racking up an "absurd" number of receptions early in camp.5 hours
64.Julius Thomas got tutoring from T-Gonz (Rotoworld) Julius Thomas spent time working with Tony Gonzalez this offseason. Analysis: Thomas and Gonzalez live near each other in the Los Angeles area. "I picked his brain on, what are sort of the things you're looking for?" Thomas said. "Not just technique, but what's going through your mind during plays? What do you focus on? How do you prepare for the day? His routine." By all accounts, Orange Julius has not rested on his breakout 2013 season that saw him finish as fantasy's No. 3 tight end. With Eric Decker gone and Thomas in a contract year, there's room for signific... (More)5 hours
65.De'Quan Menzie retires from football (Rotoworld) Former Panthers DB De'Quan Menzie has retired from football. Analysis: Just 24 years old, Menzie was the Chiefs' fifth-round pick in 2012. The Alabama alum bounced around the last two seasons, never appearing in an NFL game.5 hours
66.Trent Richardson out with hamstring inju... (Rotoworld) Trent Richardson is sitting out Colts camp with a hamstring injury. Analysis: It sounds like a day-to-day thing, but hamstring injuries have a tendency to linger. Richardson's absences have allowed Ahmad Bradshaw to dominate first-team reps, with Vick Ballard (Achilles') done for the season. At a time when most are concerned with his YPC average and poor 2013 performance, Richardson's latest malady is a reminder of the multitude of injuries he battled as a rookie.5 hours
67.Texans waive/injured a pair (Rotoworld) Texans waived/injured WR Alan Bonner and OG Cody White. Analysis: A 2013 sixth-round pick, Bonner spent his entire rookie year on I.R. with a hamstring injury. He wasn't a compelling NFL prospect from the get-go.6 hours
68.Mark Barron had knee scoped in January (Rotoworld) Bucs SS Mark Barron revealed he underwent arthroscopic knee surgery back in January, and still isn't 100 percent. Analysis: The procedure was done to repair knee cartilage. Barron should've been fully healthy months ago if it were indeed a routine scope. His Week 1 status is not believed to be in jeopardy, but the Bucs did sign insurance by bringing in Major Wright from Chicago. Barron was a liability in coverage last year.6 hours
69.Julio 'stopping on dime' at Falcons camp (Rotoworld) According to ESPN Falcons reporter Vaughn McClure, Julio Jones is "showing no ill effects" from last year's foot fracture in training camp.6 hours
70.Mark Ingram working with first-team offe... (Rotoworld) Mark Ingram opened Saints training camp as the first-team running back. Analysis: Coach Sean Payton referred to Ingram as "one of our starters," while Pierre Thomas ran with the twos. "He's a guy that we felt played very well in the last half of the season," Payton said of Ingram. "It's a position where we obviously carry depth, because it's a position that gets nicked up." Including playoffs, Ingram rushed 55 times for 374 yards (6.8 YPC) and two touchdowns in the four games he received at least ten carries last season. The Saints are likely to cont... (More)6 hours
71.Robert Meachem (RotoWire) Meachem did not practice Sunday due to back tightness, Mike Triplett of ESPN reports. Analysis: The team didn't offer any further updates on the wideout's injury, but there's no reason to expect that it's anything serious. Meachem caught 16 passes last season for 324 yards and two touchdowns.6 hours
72.Trade market for BenJarvus Green-Ellis? (Rotoworld) Profootballtalk.com suggests a trade market could emerge for BenJarvus Green-Ellis. Analysis: We're skeptical because Green-Ellis is a 29-year-old two-down running back with a $2.3 million base salary, but perhaps the Bengals would try to trade him before cutting him. The 49ers, Colts, and Panthers have all already lost tailbacks to year-ending injuries, while Seattle is shorthanded due to Marshawn Lynch's holdout. Green-Ellis shouldn't cost more than a seventh-round pick.7 hours
73.Markus Wheaton off to hot start at camp (Rotoworld) CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports second-year WR Markus Wheaton is "having another strong start to camp," and "his role will increase greatly." Analysis: La Canfora cites "several Steelers people." Wheaton flashed big-play ability last preseason, as well, but his in-season snaps were limited by injuries and solid performances from Jerricho Cotchery and Emmanuel Sanders. Both Cotchery and Sanders are gone, setting up Wheaton to start at X receiver opposite Z Antonio Brown. Wheaton is worth a look as a WR5 pick in non-PPR drafts.7 hours
74.Barry Cofield (RotoWire) Cofield is feeling healthy after offseason surgery for a sports hernia, the Washington Post reports. Analysis: Cofield sat out all the team's offseason workouts, and opting to rest patiently appears to have paid off. The defensive tackle said he's 100-percent healthy now, and should be ready to anchor the Redskins defensive front heading into the preseason.7 hours
75.Mike Pettine talks up Terrance West (Rotoworld) Browns coach Mike Pettine said rookie Terrance West has "shocked" him with his pass-catching ability, and "isn't far behind" Ben Tate. Analysis: "I think Ben is probably going to be a little bit ahead of him just naturally in the protection part of it, but Terrance isn't far behind," were Pettine's words. West made noise during Sunday's practice in pass-catching periods. He caught 36 passes as a college senior, so it's not surprising West is showing well in that phase of the game early. Tate remains the slight favorite to start Week 1.7 hours
76.Trumaine Johnson (RotoWire) Johnson tweaked his hamstring in practice Saturday and did not return, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Analysis: The Rams can't afford to lose their starting cornerback right out of the gate, so if there's any concern whatsoever, they will likely hold out Johnson for a while.7 hours
77.Tim Jennings (RotoWire) Jennings (quad) participated in Sunday's practice, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports. Analysis: Jennings had been dealing with a quad injury, but was able to work at full speed in practice Sunday. Barring a re-aggravation of the injury, the cornerback should be good to go heading into the preseason.8 hours
78.Matt Daniels (RotoWire) Daniels has healed from his fractured ankle and once again is trying to gain a roster spot off a season-ending injury, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Analysis: Daniels had promising starts in both 2012 and 2013, but an ACL and ankle injury, respectively, ended those seasons prematurely. Daniels can also play special teams, which may land him one of the final roster spots despite a lot of safeties in Rams camp.8 hours
79.Browns' Pettine talks up WR Charles John... (Rotoworld) Browns coach Mike Pettine revealed that he went on YouTube to watch highlights of second-year WR Charles Johnson. Analysis: Johnson is a fantasy sleeper because he has the best combination of size and athleticism on Cleveland's post-Gordon wideout depth chart. "I went on YouTube and watched his Grand Valley (State) highlights. They were impressive," said Pettine. "... It's worth taking a peek at. He's explosive. He's a guy that is deceptively fast. He doesn't look like he's covering a lot of ground but he is. I think his catch radius is bigger than most. He's ... (More)8 hours
80.Earl Thomas (RotoWire) Thomas could return punts this year, the Seattle Times reports. Analysis: The Seahawks lost a punt returner when Golden Tate left. Whether the team would let it's starting free safety play special teams, punt returner no less, remains to be seen. But he's competing for the spot.8 hours
81.Bruce Carter (RotoWire) Carter says he's aiming to rack up at least 120 tackles this season, the Dallas Morning News reports. "I haven't got over a hundred yet, but I'm aiming to get at least 120," Carter said on Saturday. "With this scheme, I'm going all the way. Why not? I've got to get my production up with sacks, interceptions, whatever the case may be, and just go out there and do my part for this defense." Analysis: With Sean Lee out for the season, the Cowboys would love for Carter to step up and become a dominant force for them. He's got the athletic ability to excel, but given his rough 2013 performance you'll likely want to see Carter prove it ... (More)8 hours
82.Henry Melton (RotoWire) Melton (knee) didn't take part in team drills during Saturday's practice, the Dallas Morning News reports. Analysis: The Cowboys aren't going to rush Melton back into action, but look for his workload to start ramping up as training camp progresses.8 hours
83.Cyrus Kouandjio struggling at Bills camp (Rotoworld) According to WGR 550 Buffalo's Joe Buscaglia, rookie OT Cyrus Kouandjio "has not been the player the team was expecting when they selected him in the second round" of May's draft. Analysis: Buscaglia reports Kouandjio has been outplayed by both incumbent RT Erik Pears and seventh-round pick Seantrel Henderson. Kouandjio seemed to be penciled in to Buffalo's starting right tackle job when he was drafted, but Pears appears to be comfortably ahead of him on the depth chart. Kouandjio could also fall behind Henderson when LT Cordy Glenn (illness) gets cleared.8 hours
84.Quentin Groves (RotoWire) Groves signed with the Texans on Sunday, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports. Analysis: Groves played in five games with the Browns in 2013, recording four tackles and two sacks. The Titans had been monitoring Groves since he worked out for them last month, but the Texans jumped in and signed him before the Titans pulled the trigger.8 hours
85.Morris Claiborne (RotoWire) Claiborne got into an altercation with Terrance Williams during Saturday's practice, the Dallas Morning News reports. Analysis: Normally training camp scuffles aren't worth reporting on, but given that Claiborne had both shoulder and finger surgeries in the offseason it's good to see that he's not afraid to get physical this early in camp. He's got to win a starting spot back from Orlando Scandrick, but a healthy and motivated Claiborne was still the sixth overall pick in 2012, and the third year pro might yet emerge as a difference-maker in the Cowboys' secondary.8 hours
86.Giants disappointed in injured rookie Be... (Rotoworld) Giants coach Tom Coughlin referred to first-round pick Odell Beckham's (hamstring) continued training camp absences as "more than a little disappointing." Analysis: Hamstring injuries have a frustrating tendency to linger, and Beckham has been battling his since OTAs. He's been shut down at training camp, only fielding punts. Beckham's absence has given Jerrel Jernigan more opportunity.8 hours
87.Tony Romo (RotoWire) In his first practice on Saturday since back surgery, Romo seemed sharp in both team drills and working against the secondary, the Dallas Morning News reports. "I thought he looked good," quarterback coach Wade Wilson said. "He looked fresh. [His back] wasn't bothering him at all. He had good velocity on his throws and good accuracy on his throws." Analysis: Romo will get right back on the field Sunday, which is another good sign that everything is going as planned in his recovery. His age and history of back trouble may cause some fantasy owners to shy away from him, but after the elite trio of Rodgers, Manning and Brees are off ... (More)8 hours
88.Panthers place rookie Tyler Gaffney on I... (Rotoworld) Panthers placed RB Tyler Gaffney on injured reserve with a torn left lateral meniscus, ending his season. Analysis: He'll have surgery shortly. The sixth-round pick from Stanford would've been a solid bet to make Carolina's 53-man roster behind Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams, but will now "redshirt" his rookie season. Despite impressive Combine measurables and college production, Gaffney's game tape underwhelmed, and he'll be 24 next season. He has little Dynasty value.8 hours
89.Panthers sign Fozzy Whittaker (Rotoworld) Panthers signed RB Fozzy Whittaker, formerly of the Browns. Analysis: 25-year-old Whittaker has been on the street since Cleveland cut him in May. A passing-game back with special teams ability, Whittaker managed 2.8 YPC on 28 rushing attempts last season, but caught 21 passes and scored two TDs.8 hours
90.49ers want to re-sign Kendall Hunter (Rotoworld) 49ers GM Trent Baalke "made it clear" Sunday the team hopes to re-sign contract-year RB Kendall Hunter despite his right ACL tear. Analysis: The 49ers could probably keep Hunter for very cheap after he tore both his Achilles' and ACL in a three-year span. "We'd love to have Kendall," Baalke said. "Kendall is a tremendous football player and an even better young man. He is a mentally tough young man, so I'd expect that he'd come back very well from the injury." Dynasty league owners of Hunter can consider dropping him.8 hours
91.Redskins give up on Brandon Jenkins (Rotoworld) Redskins waived OLB Brandon Jenkins. Analysis: Jenkins appeared to be a future NFL phenom when he racked up 13 1/2 sacks as a 20-year-old true sophomore at Florida State, but debilitating knee injuries cost him explosion, and he couldn't get on the field as a fifth-round rookie in 2013. Perhaps a pass rush-needy team will take a flier on waivers.9 hours
92.49ers activate Aaron Lynch from PUP (Rotoworld) 49ers activated OLB Aaron Lynch from the camp/PUP list. Analysis: He wound up missing less than a week of practice time. Lynch had a hamstring injury, ostensibly suffered during the spring. The 150th overall pick in May's draft, Lynch will compete for one of San Francisco's final roster spots.9 hours
93.Travelle Wharton calls it quits (Rotoworld) Former Panthers OG Travelle Wharton has retired from the NFL. Analysis: Wharton was quietly one of the best guards in the entire league last season, but the 33-year-old is hanging 'em up in hopes of enjoying a normal post-football life. "It's time," said Wharton. "I just had to admit it." Four members of the Panthers' 2013 offensive line group have now retired this offseason, with Wharton joining LT Jordan Gross, C/G Jeff Byers, and C/G Geoff Hangartner.9 hours
94.Cassel, Bridgewater splitting 1st-team r... (Rotoworld) FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reports rookie Teddy Bridgewater has already begun splitting first-team reps with Matt Cassel at Vikings camp. Analysis: Glazer reports there is "hugeeee optimism" about Bridgewater among team brass, and he's "definitely been more impressive than they expected." Cassel remains the slight favorite to start on Opening Day, but Bridgewater has quickly made it an interesting camp battle. Bridgewater's passing strengths are at the short and intermediate levels. He could be a great fit with Kyle Rudolph.9 hours
95.Calvin Pryor sidelined by concussion (Rotoworld) First-round SS Calvin Pryor is sidelined at Jets camp with a concussion. Analysis: Pryor was not known to have suffered any concussions at Louisville, where he missed only one career game. He did give other players concussions, frequently knocking opponents out of games. If Pryor progresses smoothly and gets medical clearance, he may only miss a handful of practices.9 hours
96.Nick Fairley reports to Lions camp at 30... (Rotoworld) Lions DT Nick Fairley reported to training camp at 305 pounds, down 15 from this time last year. Analysis: He's up ten pounds from his minicamp weight, although that appears to be by design. It's worth noting Fairley's 2011 Scouting Combine weigh-in was 6-foot-4, 291. Still only 26, Fairley is entering the final year of his rookie deal. He's collected 12.5 sacks and three forced fumbles through three seasons.10 hours
97.Larry Fitzgerald in final season with Ca... (Rotoworld) The Arizona Republic believes 2014 could be Larry Fitzgerald's final season with the Cardinals. Analysis: Fitz, who turns 31 at the end of next month, carries a cap number of $23.6 million next season, which would take up 20 percent of Arizona's salary cap. "We've worked hard to keep him a Cardinal," owner Michael Bidwill stated Friday. "We're going to keep him a Cardinal." The Cards would need Fitzgerald to accept a major restructuring, or beat writer Kent Somers believes he would have to be cut or traded. Fitz doesn't have a 1,000-yard season since 2011.10 hours
98.Cody White tears Achilles' tendon (Rotoworld) Texans OG Cody White tore his Achilles' tendon in Saturday's training camp practice and is done for the year. Analysis: A former UDFA out of Illinois State, White appeared in one game last season, blocking on special teams. He probably wasn't going to make the roster.10 hours
99.Packers | Jamari Lattimore not practicing (KFFL) Green Bay Packers LB Jamari Lattimore (Undisclosed) is not participating in practice Sunday, July 27.10 hours
100.Dolphins | Mike Gillislee leaves practice early (KFFL) Miami Dolphins RB Mike Gillislee (undisclosed) left practice early Sunday, July 27.10 hours

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