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Redskins ILB Zach Brown (shin) is expected to be ready for training camp.

Brown played through injuries all last year and missed the final three games with a shin injury. He sat out offseason practices but will be full-go for the start of camp. Signed to a three-year deal, $24 million deal in March, Brown should return as an every-down starter.
Jul 17 - 9:31 AM

Redskins ILB Josh Harvey-Clemons could have a role in sub packages this season.

A 2017 seventh-rounder, Harvey-Clemons has been an offseason standout at linebacker after playing safety in college. He repped with the first-team defense at minicamp with Zach Brown sidelined. With Brown and Mason Foster coming off injury prone seasons, it won't be surprising if Harvey-Clemons finds his way into significant snaps.
Jul 17 - 9:25 AM

Larry Fitzgerald wouldn't rule out playing beyond this season.

It's the second time Fitzgerald has suggested this may not be his last season. 34-year-old Fitzgerald's contract runs out after 2018, so his decision will likely be based on Arizona's chances of contending. Fitzgerald will only play for the Cardinals if he doesn't retire.
Jul 17 - 9:04 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Steelers offered Le'Veon Bell a five-year, $70 million contract prior to Monday's 4 PM ET deadline.

Per RapSheet, the offer contained more than $30 million over the first two years, but Bell has opted to instead play on the $14.544 million tag for the second straight year before hitting free agency at 27 years old next March. The $14 million average on the Steelers' offer would easily make Bell the league's highest-paid back, an honor held at the moment by Devonta Freeman at $8.25 million per year. It's hard to see Bell doing better than this next offseason, but we'll see.
Jul 16 - 6:57 PM

According to The Athletic's Mark Kaboly, Steelers second-year RB James Conner "was very impressive" at spring practices.

On the same day the Steelers failed to reach a long-term deal with Le'Veon Bell, Kaboly noted No. 2 runner Conner "looks like he can be a solid every-down back in this league." There were few signs of that during Conner's rookie year, when he struggled with durability and pass protection in preseason games, then failed to earn more than eight snaps in any of his 13 regular season appearances. Conner's season ended on injured reserve with a torn MCL.
Jul 16 - 5:49 PM

Ravens RCB Jimmy Smith avoided the active/PUP list to open training camp.

Smith made a stunningly quick recovery after tearing his Achilles' tendon last December 3, even participating at June minicamp. He appears to have been fully cleared to practice on day one of training camp. Smith is one of the biggest difference makers on Baltimore's defense. Last season, Smith graded out as Pro Football Focus' No. 18 cover corner among 121 qualifiers.
Jul 16 - 5:43 PM
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