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Free agent Ks Giorgio Tavecchio and Nick Rose worked out for the Texans.

Tavecchio was cut by the Raiders earlier this month after making just 16-of-21 field goals last season. He has a big leg but needs to be more accurate. Ka'imi Fairbairn is the Texans' current kicker.
Aug 15 - 2:08 PM

Jets RG Brian Winters (abdomen) isn't expected to play this preseason but anticipates being ready for Week 1.

Winters tore his abdominal and abductor muscles in Week 2 last season but played through it before needing surgery at the end of the year. He's believed to be at or near 100 percent, but the Jets aren't pushing the veteran in meaningless preseason games. Winters signed a multi-year deal in January 2017.
Aug 15 - 1:23 PM

Jeremy McNichols has been running with the 49ers' first-team offense in the absence of injured RBs Jerick McKinnon and Matt Breida.

McNichols was a fifth-round pick of the Bucs last year but failed to make the team out of camp and spent most of last season on the Niners' practice squad. McKinnon has a knee strain, and Breida is out multiple weeks with a separated shoulder. With that, it appears McNichols has a handle on No. 3 running back duties and could start and get plenty of run in the second preseason game.
Aug 15 - 12:07 PM

Rishard Matthews (undisclosed) remains sidelined at Titans camp.

Matthews made an appearance at Wednesday's practice but was merely spotted watching the session from the sideline. The media still has no information on what exactly the issue is with Matthews, but he hasn't practiced yet this summer and doesn't have a known timetable for return. In his absence, Taywan Taylor has been getting first-team reps opposite Corey Davis, and by most accounts Taylor has been a standout. Matthews isn't worth drafting in fantasy right now.
Aug 15 - 11:47 AM

Coach Mike Zimmer praised fourth-year CB Trae Waynes, saying Waynes is "a really good corner now."

Waynes was the 11th overall pick in 2015 and was someone to pick on with receivers in fantasy and real life his first couple seasons. Waynes became a full-time starter last season and was Pro Football Focus' No. 62 cover corner out of 121 qualifiers while earning a top-five grade at his position for his run defense. If Waynes can take another step, it only strengthens this defense.
Aug 15 - 11:22 AM

ESPN Jaguars reporter Michael DiRocco reports second-round rookie D.J. Chark has been the "most impressive receiver" at training camp.

Each of the Jaguars' receivers has earned praise at some point this summer; sophomore Dede Westbrook was the one getting the hype earlier this week. But DiRocco says Chark has "routinely" been making catches over defenders, including CBs Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye. Chark is a phenomenal athlete with long speed and a lengthy frame. He caught his lone target for 15 yards in the first preseason game. The Jaguars may use a committee approach at wideout.
Source: ESPN.com
Aug 15 - 11:05 AM

The Athletic's Sheil Kapadia named Donnel Pumphrey one of his "losers" of Eagles camp.

Pumphrey is again injured with an hamstring issue and has no timetable for return. He wasn't able to play in the first preseason game and needs the reps to make a case for a roster spot. Some have UDFA rookie Josh Adams getting the final backfield spot behind Jay Ajayi, Corey Clement, and Darren Sproles. Pumphrey is shaping up as a real wasted fourth-round pick last year.
Aug 15 - 10:58 AM

The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero reports the Dolphins have no plans to trade WR DeVante Parker.

Now wouldn't be an ideal time anyway, with Parker suffering a broken finger and in question for the start of the season. His value is at its low point right now. Parker had a dreadful 2017 season, scoring just one touchdown and producing zero 100-yard games. He also had a quiet camp before getting hurt. Expectations are lower for the 2015 first-rounder, but perhaps Ryan Tannehill being back healthy will help Parker. He's currently being picked in the 10th round of fantasy drafts.
Aug 15 - 10:41 AM
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