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ESPN's Mike Reiss doesn't expect WR Josh Boyce to make the Patriots' 53-man roster.

Source: ESPN.com
Aug 28 - 10:20 AM

Terrelle Pryor (hamstring) is "on course" to play in the Browns' third preseason game Saturday barring a setback on Friday.

Pryor needs it. After missing the majority of the month with a hamstring injury, Pryor sounded "dejected" at practice this week with the injury taking its toll on him. Pryor just needs to get on the field Saturday and show something -- anything, really -- to earn a 53-man roster spot. We can't see the rebuilding Browns cutting the only physically-gifted, big receiver on the team.
Aug 28 - 10:12 AM

Vikings DC George Edwards said he's "aiming for" first-round CB Trae Waynes to be a Week 1 starter.

Waynes was torched in the Vikings' first two preseason games, but Edwards has seen improvement each week. The Vikings seem to want to get CB Captain Munnerlyn off the field after he played the most snaps among Vikings corners last season. With Waynes working into the lineup as the outside corner opposite Xavier Rhodes, it's pushed Terence Newman to the slot and Munnerlyn to the bench.
Source: ESPN.com
Aug 28 - 10:03 AM

ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini believes Chris Ivory is "primed for a career year."

Cimini continued with his praise for Ivory, saying the 27-year-old has had his best camp in three years with the Jets and has clearly worked on his pass-game chops in the offseason. Ivory is the crystal-clear lead dog in the Jets backfield and could see "about 20 touches per week" with 3-4 looks each week in the passing game. Not only is Ivory the favorite for early-down duties between the 20s, he also appears to have a stranglehold on goal-line work. Ivory's ADP has soared three full rounds into the fifth round since the start of August.
Source: ESPN.com
Aug 28 - 9:38 AM

The 49ers promised Vernon Davis would be a bigger part of the offense this season.

ESPN's Paul Gutierrez expects Davis to re-emerge as an option in the red zone and be San Francisco's "breakout" player on offense. Davis is 31, but entering a contract year and coming off a strong offseason in which he didn't hold out of OTAs and minicamp. With sure-handed receivers Michael Crabtree and Stevie Johnson gone, Davis and Anquan Boldin figure to be leaned on by Colin Kaepernick.
Source: ESPN.com
Aug 28 - 9:29 AM

ESPN's Dan Graziano believes Andre Williams has "the best shot" at getting the goal-line work for the Giants.

Williams was pretty unimpressive as a rookie, but if he had success with anything, it was capitalization near the goal line with six touchdowns. He worked on his all-around game in the offseason, and Rashad Jennings has failed to stand out much this summer. Jennings and Shane Vereen will have roles, but Williams could have the most important one in the red zone. He makes for a fine dart-throw at the running back spot currently going in the 12th round of drafts.
Source: ESPN.com
Aug 28 - 9:09 AM

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports no running back has separated himself at Cowboys camp, and the expectation is Dallas uses a committee approach.

All three of Joseph Randle, Darren McFadden, and Lance Dunbar bring something different to the table. Randle and McFadden rely on quickness and speed, while Dunbar probably has the clearest path to an actual cemented role on offense as a "perfect fit" for the change-of-pace job. Randle is still the favorite to open the season as lead dog, but the Cowboys may rotate these guys in and out. Randle continues to have a far-too-rich-for-our-tastes third-round ADP.
Aug 28 - 9:02 AM

ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher reports WR Albert Wilson has been "mostly quiet in training camp and the preseason."

Wilson generated some buzz with a nice finish to 2014, but has only two catches for 15 yards through two preseason games. He's been the subject of relatively few "puff pieces" from Chiefs practice since the beginning of OTAs. Wilson isn't a bad WR5 flier in 14-team leagues, but his upside is limited with Jeremy Maclin and Travis Kelce set to dominate targets in the Chiefs' passing game.
Source: ESPN.com
Aug 27 - 11:11 PM
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