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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Sammy Watkins "should be good to go" after re-injuring his ribs in Thursday's preseason finale.

The rib injury was an aggravation, but it sounds like Watkins is merely day to day with over a week to go before Buffalo's opener. The Bills visit the Bears on Sunday, September 7 to start the season. Expect Watkins to play outside at "X" receiver, with Mike Williams at "Z." Both Bills wideouts will be hard to trust on a weekly basis in fantasy due to E.J. Manuel's deficient passing.
Aug 29 - 1:29 PM

Buccaneers released DE Larry English, CB Anthony Gaitor, CBs Kip Edwards and Keith Lewis, LB Nate Askew, and OLs Edawn Coughman, Jeremiah Warren, and Andrew Miller.

English is a former first-round bust drafted by the Chargers in 2009.
Aug 29 - 1:23 PM

Titans waived WR Marc Mariani.

After missing all of 2013 with a shoulder injury, Mariani entered camp as a roster long shot. He gets the heave-ho after a quiet August in Nashville.
Aug 29 - 1:16 PM

Falcons waived ILB Yawin Smallwood.

For now, at least, Atlanta's four inside linebackers are Paul Worrilow, Joplu Barto, rookie Prince Shembo, and veteran Tim Dobbins. The 253rd overall pick in May's draft, Smallwood is a prime practice squad candidate.
Aug 29 - 1:09 PM

Falcons released LB Pat Angerer.

They also cut FB Maurice Hagens. Angerer appears to have been beaten out by Tim Dobbins and rookie Yawin Smallwood, although the latter two remain on Atlanta's roster bubble. Long injury prone, Angerer suffered a concussion just nine days after the Falcons signed him in late June, sealing his fate.
Aug 29 - 1:02 PM

The Bengals' website suggests the team "must have thunder and lightning dancing through their heads" following rookie Jeremy Hill's performance in Thursday night's preseason finale.

Given a whopping 26 touches, Hill totaled 160 yards while earning the respect of teammates. Terence Newman and Jason Campbell both praised Hill for the effort, which included a funny-bone injury from which Hill returned to put the game away. Bengals.com's Geoff Hobson noted that Hill's workload "typified what new (OC) Hue Jackson wants," as he demonstrated "power," "speed," "vision," and "creativity," particularly on a weaving 41-yard screen pass where Hill "deked" a safety. Hill also "picked up a couple of blitzes," although he missed one, resulting in a sack of Campbell. Hill's ADP has climbed into the late-ninth-round, where he remains a value pick. Hill and Gio Bernard are expected to share carries this season in the "Thunder and Lightning" committee.
Source: bengals.com
Aug 29 - 12:33 PM

The San Francisco Chronicle's Vic Tafur believes there's a 100 percent chance Derek Carr is the Raiders' starting quarterback Week 1 against the Jets.

All signs have been pointing to this since Carr torched the Seahawks in last night's preseason finale. Coach Dennis Allen, who had previously been adamant that Matt Schaub would start the opener, became more wishy-washy with his comments Thursday night. It's led beat writers to believe Carr is going to get the nod two Sundays from now in the Meadowlands. Schaub's arm is shot, while Carr's is cocked and loaded with big-time talent. In three preseason games, Carr was 30-of-45 passing for 326 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception.
Aug 29 - 12:30 PM

ESPN Boston now has Stevan Ridley making the Patriots' 53-man roster after leaving him off it earlier this week.

Beat writer Mike Reiss "played a hunch" last time around, but now admits it "looks like that was off the mark." Last week, Reiss left Ridley off the roster in favor of Jonas Gray. Gray now gets the boot, and Ridley makes it because rookie James White hasn't shown enough. We expect Vereen to play the vast majority of running back snaps in New England, but Ridley has the early edge for short-yardage and goal-line work with an opportunity to expand his role with good play. We still like Ridley at his eighth-round ADP as a boom-or-bust RB2.
Source: ESPN Boston
Aug 29 - 12:20 PM
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