Dose: Donaldson Destroys

Dose: Donaldson Destroys
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The New York Daily News' Manish Mehta reports the Jets do not think Bryce Petty is ready to be the No. 2 quarterback.

If true, it would mean New York is all but certain to hang onto Geno Smith, although Mehta adds the team has received "soft interest" for their backup quarterback. The best scenario for the Jets would be for Petty to prove he is ready, allowing them to trade Geno and keep just three quarterbacks. As of now, it does not look like that will happen.
Aug 29 - 10:24 AM

Ravens waived/released QB Jerrod Johnson, LB Kavell Conner, G Jarrell Broxton, DT Trevon Coley, WR Dobson Collins, C Anthony Fabiano, WR Chuck Jacobs, LB Mario Ojemudia, and WR Darius White.

Baltimore also placed TE Ben Watson (Achilles') and CB Kyle Arrington (concussion) on injured reserve. The Ravens still need to make four more moves by tomorrow's deadline.
Source: ESPN
Aug 29 - 10:19 AM

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones "can’t imagine a scenario" where Tony Romo (back) is not the starting quarterback when healthy.

On its face, that sounds like a strong statement, but Jones qualified the comments just seconds later. "But things happen. You know that. You know what happened to Bledsoe and Brady," Jones continued. "I’m sure Tony’s aware of that. But the reality is, Tony’s going to come back for us and play great, we believe." The reality is Romo being able to get healthy is a bigger question than his spot on the depth chart if he is able to get back on the field, but Jones leaving any wiggle room is at the very least interesting.
Source: MMQB
Aug 29 - 10:04 AM

NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports Carson Wentz (ribs) was still in pain over the weekend.

Wentz suffered a hairline fracture to his ribs in the preseason opener. The Eagles' plan was to get Wentz work in the finale Thursday night, but it seems unlikely they push him if he is still dealing with discomfort, even though he could certainly use the work. The rookie will open the season firmly glued to the bench.
Aug 29 - 9:31 AM

Steelers RT Marcus Gilbert said he will "play through" the elbow injury he suffered in Friday night's preseason game.

Gilbert reportedly suffered a hyperextended left elbow Friday night against the Saints. "It is significant, but I’m going to have to push through it," Gilbert said. "It’s not going to be something that’s going to keep me off the field ... It will be good for the first game of the season." Despite the optimism, Gilbert should be considered questionable for Week 1.
Aug 29 - 9:29 AM

Bryan Stork failed his physical with the Redskins and has reverted back to the Patriots.

In a saga which refuses to end, Stork has now been cut, traded, retired, and now reverted in the last week. Again the owners of his rights, the Patriots will almost certainly release Stork before tomorrow's deadline. Washington will have to look elsewhere for interior line depth.
Aug 29 - 9:24 AM

ESPN 980 Washington's Chris Cooley reports the Redskins will work out veteran DT Cullen Jenkins.

This is the first sniff of interest we have seen in the 35-year-old tackle this offseason. Jenkins recorded nine sacks in three years with the Giants at his last stop, but he does have much left in the tank. If Washington is interested, they could wait until after veteran salaries guarantee Week 1.
Aug 29 - 9:06 AM

Patriots released DT Terrance Knighton.

The writing was on the wall after Knighton did not play a snap in the third preseason game. Signed to a "one-year, $4.5 million deal" in March, the man they call Pot Roast is now on the look for his fourth team in three seasons. The Patriots will save just over $1.75 million against the cap with this move.
Aug 29 - 9:01 AM
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