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Chargers declared LT Mike Harris (ankle), LG Tyronne Green (hamstring) and RT Jeromey Clary (knee) inactive for Sunday's Week 14 game against the Steelers.

Kevin Haslam will start at left tackle and Reggie Wells will start at right tackle. It's a nightmare scenario for Philip Rivers and the entire Chargers' offense. Expect Antonio Gates to be asked to stay in and block plenty. The rest of the Chargers' inactives: WR Eddie Royal, LB Donald Butler, DL Antonio Garay and TE Ladarius Green.
Sun, Dec 9, 2012 12:00:00 PM

Bucs rookie RB Jeremy McNichols (shoulder) has been cleared for training camp.

A popular sleeper in the metrics community for his high-end combination of college production, receiving skills, and Combine measurables, McNichols will now play catch-up after missing all of spring practices recovering from shoulder surgery. Doug Martin's three-game suspension to begin the season opens opportunity for McNichols to compete with Jacquizz Rodgers, Charles Sims, and Peyton Barber. Sims and McNichols play similar roles.
Jul 26 - 8:55 PM

Chargers acquired QB Cardale Jones from the Bills for a conditional seventh-round pick.

The writing was on the wall after Jones saw limited offseason reps behind Tyrod Taylor, T.J. Yates, and Nate Peterman. Jones reunites with ex-Bills OC Anthony Lynn in Los Angeles, where he'll battle Kellen Clemens and Mike Bercovici to back up Philip Rivers. Jones is a raw project that struggled in his lone 2016 appearance. The Bills are left with only a quarterback that was out of the league last year (Yates) and a fifth-round rookie (Peterman) behind Taylor.
Jul 26 - 7:33 PM

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports contract talks with Devonta Freeman may have "hit a snag."

Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff was hoping to have a something done with Freeman before the start of training camp. Talks "aren't going as smoothly as anticipated" after his agent reportedly left Atlanta without a deal. Freeman is still fully expected to be extended, but it may not come until closer to the regular season.
Jul 26 - 7:17 PM

FanRag's Geoff Mosher believes the slot role is Nelson Agholor's to lose.

Agholor shined filling in for Jordan Matthews (knee) at OTAs. With Torrey Smith not showing much, it should be an easy decision to keep Agholor in three-wide sets if his strong play carries into training camp. Agholor has the most invested-draft capital of the Eagles' wideouts, so there's incentive to start him despite a disappointing first two seasons. The competition for Philly's No. 3 receiver job will be one of the more interesting battles this summer. It's unclear where Agholor assuming the slot role would leave incumbent slot WR Matthews, who hasn't practiced in seemingly forever due to "knee tendinitis."
Jul 26 - 6:59 PM

Redskins placed TE Jordan Reed (toe) on the active/PUP list.

Reed is dealing with "pain and soreness" in his big toe, and is "undergoing further evaluation," per ESPN's John Keim. It sounds like a minor issue, but the Redskins are playing it safe given Reed's injury history. Reed will be reevaluated later this week to determine whether he'll be cleared to practice.
Jul 26 - 5:35 PM

Broncos acquired OL Allen Barbre from the Eagles for a conditional 2019 seventh-round pick.

The Eagles planned to release Barbre, but were able to get some value for him. They'll still save his entire $2.1 million cap number with the trade. Barbre is a solid fit in Denver as a veteran that can play multiple spots. He'll likely compete with Max Garcia at left guard.
Jul 26 - 4:55 PM

Jets claimed WR/KR Lucky Whitehead off waivers from the Cowboys.

The Colts, Chiefs and Saints also had interest in Whitehead. It's a nice landing spot after Whitehead's controversial release from Dallas. The Jets don't have any proven options at kick returner, with Jalin Marshall Whitehead's only competition. Adding Whitehead is a low-risk veteren flyer. None of his $615,000 salary is guaranteed.
Jul 26 - 4:05 PM

John Ross (shoulder) remains sidelined as the Bengals open training camp and is still a "couple weeks away."

Much has been made about Chargers first-rounder Mike Williams (back) not being able to do much, but Ross has done even less than Williams. Williams at least did a bit during the spring. Ross is recovering from shoulder surgery and wasn't able to report to spring work because of Washington's late graduation and the NFL's stupid rule. Likely to open camp on active/NFI, Ross is looking a like a long shot to contribute much early on if he can't practice. Tyler Boyd and Brandon LaFell should soak up the first-team reps in practice and are the heavy favorites to round out the Bengals' three-wide set behind A.J. Green come Week 1.
Source: bengals.com
Jul 26 - 3:10 PM

Eagles waived DE Marcus Smith.

An expected move for months, the Eagles pull the plug before having to pay Smith a $594,000 roster bonus and save nearly $1.5 million. The Smith pick at No. 26 overall in 2014 by then-coach Chip Kelly was widely criticized from the start, and Smith answered by providing just four sacks in three seasons, failing to find a position. He should be able to get a second chance, somewhere where he won't have to live up to the billing of a first-round pick. Smith turned 25 in March.
Jul 26 - 2:34 PM

Trevor Siemian will take the first snaps under center when the Broncos open training camp on Thursday.

Paxton Lynch will get the first reps on Friday in what will be a true rotation until coach Vance Joseph and OC Mike McCoy settle on a starter. It's the same pattern the two quarterbacks followed in the spring. Lynch had a strong finish to spring work, but Siemian was, by most accounts, the more consistent passer throughout.
Jul 26 - 1:34 PM

Vikins signed RE Everson Griffen to a four-year, $58 million extension through 2022.

The deal contains $34 million guaranteed, and the $14.5 million per-year average in new money makes Griffen the third-highest-paid 4-3 end behind only Giants teammates Olivier Vernon and Jason Pierre-Paul. Griffen isn't a household name to the casual fan, but he's been wrecking quarterbacks ever since taking over as a full-time starter in 2014. Griffen is now under contract through his age-35 season.
Jul 26 - 12:50 PM




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