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Seahawks signed RB Fred Jackson to a one-year contract.

Robert Turbin (ankle) is out indefinitely, and the Seahawks don't trust Christine Michael as a clear-cut backup. Long tight with Marshawn Lynch from their time together in Buffalo, Jackson is 34 1/2 years old but still set career highs in receptions and receiving yards last season, and can get what's blocked as a runner. It's possible he'll maintain the Seahawks' No. 2 running back job even when Turbin returns. Turbin was unimpressive this preseason coming off hip surgery, lacking burst and change of direction en route to a 16-36 rushing line.
Sep 4 - 7:27 PM

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said there is no recovery timetable for RB Robert Turbin (sprained ankle).

"It’s a legitimate ankle sprain," Carroll said. "It just depends on how he can respond. So we just have to wait and see on that." The injury sounds like it could sideline Turbin for a while. Seattle signed veteran Fred Jackson on Friday.
Source: ESPN
Sep 4 - 7:21 PM

The New Orleans Times-Picayune said C.J. Spiller (knee) is expected to be ready for Week 1.

Information regarding Spiller's knee surgery has been sparse. We still do not know why he underwent a knee scope on August 14, and there have not been any concrete updates on his recovery since. We should get a better idea on his status once the Saints get in an official practice next week. Mark Ingram would see a significant boost if Spiller is unable to go.
Sep 4 - 7:13 PM

Karlos Williams (undisclosed operation) says he'll "most definitely" be ready for Week 1.

"Definitely on special teams, try to work myself into the rotation as the week goes on," Williams said. "Try to get in there for the first game next week." Williams also described the accident that led to his surgery as "freak" and "delicate." Williams is in the driver's seat for No. 2 duties, but would be a part of a Week 1 committee were LeSean McCoy (hamstring) not ready.
Source: ESPN.com
Sep 4 - 7:07 PM

The Washington Post reported NFL owners will discuss changing Roger Goodell's role in the disciplinary process.

Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reported several owners were unhappy the league decided to appeal the Deflategate decision, and even more owners agreed with the NFLPA's assertion the NFL needs to overhaul the disciplinary process. Goodell does not look likely to lose his job after yet another loss in the court system, but he may be facing a severe curtailing of his power.
Sep 4 - 6:58 PM

The Denver Post suggests Cody Latimer might not open the season as the Broncos' No. 3 receiver.

Latimer impressed in Denver's exhibition opener, but he was a disappointment in the final three games, getting outplayed by Andre Caldwell and Jordan Norwood. The Post's Troy Renck suggests Caldwell and Norwood could "receive opportunities before (Latimer)" behind Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders. At this point, Latimer is barely even a consideration in re-draft leagues.
Source: Denver Post
Sep 4 - 6:58 PM

Lance Dunbar is expected to serve as the Cowboys' "nickel running back" this season.

In other words, Dunbar will be the sub-package back playing in shotgun settings, and perhaps in Dallas' two-minute drills. As Cowboys.com's Bryan Broaddus notes, "Jerry Jones spoke of getting Dunbar more touches during the season. It appears that he will be getting his wish." Dunbar remains third in line for touches in the Cowboys' backfield, behind Joseph Randle and Darren McFadden.
Sep 4 - 6:40 PM

WGR 550 Buffalo considers Karlos Williams the favorite to back up LeSean McCoy.

The Bills cleared Williams for individual drills Friday after a surgical procedure sidelined him the last three weeks. Williams is the favorite for No. 2 duties with Fred Jackson gone, but would likely be part of a committee if McCoy isn’t ready for Week 1.
Sep 4 - 6:36 PM
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