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Coach John Harbaugh confirmed Danny Woodhead (hamstring) will miss at least four weeks.

The Ravens are still deciding whether to put Woodhead on I.R., which would knock him out at least eight weeks. We'd bet on it happening rather than Baltimore eating that roster spot every week. Terrance West and Buck Allen are the only healthy backs on the roster, but Jeremy Langford and Alex Collins are practice squad promotion candidates, while Michael Campanaro has also been named as a possible beneficiary. Woodhead may not be back until November.
Source: ESPN.com
Wed, Sep 13, 2017 11:31:00 AM

NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy said the league will "address" the Josh Gordon situation "at the appropriate time."

In a statement, Gordon said he will miss the start of camp as part of his "overall health and treatment plan," but this ominous quote suggests there is something more going on. That said, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero was told Gordon is "absolutely not suspended." At this point, it is impossible to know if Gordon will be available for Week 1. The Browns have placed Gordon on the non-football illness list.
Jul 23 - 10:46 AM

David Johnson reported for the start of training camp.

Entering the final year of his contract, Johnson skipped minicamp in an effort to force Arizona's hand, but he will not miss any time during training camp. Cardinals GM Steve Keim said he looks forward to "rewarding" Johnson, so perhaps the two sides have made strides on an extension. Johnson is fully healthy after missing almost all of last season with a wrist injury.
Jul 23 - 10:43 AM

Jaguars placed DE Dante Fowler on the active/PUP list.

TE David Grinnage will also open camp on the PUP. Fowler sat out the offseason program with an undisclosed upper-body injury which reportedly caused him to lose "sizable muscle mass." Also suspended one game for violating the personal conduct policy, Fowler's contract year -- Jacksonville declined his fifth-year option -- is not starting well.
Jul 23 - 9:55 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Broncos OLB Shane Ray did not have an additional surgery on his wrist over the summer.

Ray was expected to undergo "bone fusion" surgery on his troublesome wrist, but his doctor did not believe the procedure was necessary. Ray is still likely to open training camp on the PUP list, but it is possible he is ready for Week 1. After Denver declined his 2019 option, Ray is entering the final year of his rookie deal.
Jul 23 - 8:56 AM

According to the Chicago Tribune, Mitchell Trubisky's early-camp performance could "best be described as inconsistent."

The Tribune's Rich Campbell says Trubisky's work both at spring practices and in the first few practices of training camp has been a "roller coaster on a play-to-play basis." Campbell cautions this isn't reason for alarm, but it's a reminder that Trubisky is learning an entirely new offense the second-year quarterback has admitted is much more complex than outgoing John Fox and Dowell Loggains' scheme. Trubisky should get more preseason-game reps than most quarterbacks. The Bears started camp early because they play the Ravens in the Hall of Fame Game on August 2.
Jul 22 - 5:03 PM

Titans placed OLB Kevin Dodd on the did-not-report list.

Dodd skipped OTAs after the Titans traded up for his replacement in Harold Landry. A failed 2016 second-round pick, Dodd has given the team just 270 snaps since they drafted him and may have played his final down in Tennessee. Brian Orakpo, Derrick Morgan, and Landry are the team's top-three outside rushers.
Jul 22 - 4:34 PM

Giants signed No. 2 overall pick Saquon Barkley to a four-year, $31.2 million contract, including a $20.76 million signing bonus.

The deal is fully guaranteed, includes a fifth-year club option, and pays Barkley $15 million at time of signing. Barkley is the highest running back drafted since Reggie Bush and Ronnie Brown went No. 2 in back-to-back years in 2006 and 2005, respectively. Barkley's rookie-year workload projection is one of the highest in the NFL. He warrants first-round selection in re-draft leagues.
Jul 22 - 3:11 PM

Ravens OC Marty Mornhinweg said after Sunday's training camp practice that first-round pick Lamar Jackson is "way ahead of the curve."

ESPN Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley wrote that Jackson has shown "accelerated improvement" in his quest to start camp fast. "He's done an outstanding job up to date," said Mornhinweg. "He's way ahead of the curve now." Jackson got experience with pro-style concepts under Bobby Petrino at Louisville, and in Mornhinweg (Michael Vick) and assistant HC Greg Roman (Colin Kaepernick, Tyrod Taylor), the Ravens have two coaches on staff with extensive backgrounds working with dual-threat quarterbacks. Per Hensley, Jackson has already passed Robert Griffin III on the depth chart behind Joe Flacco.
Jul 22 - 3:01 PM

KSTP St. Paul reports Vikings OL coach Tony Sparano has died at age 56.

Sparano died at his home Sunday morning. He was due to report to Vikings training camp on Wednesday. The long-time coach had been with Minnesota since 2016. Sparano served as the Dolphins' head coach for four seasons, leading the team to a division title in 2008. He also filled in as the Raiders' interim coach after Dennis Allen was fired midseason in 2014. Sparano leaves behind a wife, a daughter and two sons.
Source: KSTP
Jul 22 - 1:05 PM

Mike Klis of 9 News Denver expects Devontae Booker to start Week 1 against the Seahawks.

Booker has developed a "good command" of Denver's offensive playbook while also showing well in pass protection. Klis believes those traits give Booker a leg up on third-round rookie Royce Freeman, a 230-pound bruiser and arguably the most prolific ball-carrier in Oregon's history. The top of Denver's running back depth chart could seesaw back and forth this year, but ultimately we'd expect the team to adopt a committee approach.
Jul 22 - 12:19 PM

Patriots signed first-round RB Sony Michel to a four-year contract.

Training camp opens for Patriots rookies on Sunday, which prompted Michel to finally sign his deal. As with all first-rounders, the contract comes with a fifth-year team option. Michel cruised to 1,227 yards and 16 rushing touchdowns at Georgia last year while splitting work with Nick Chubb, who was taken four picks after him in April's draft. In New England, the 23-year-old will fill a committee role alongside Rex Burkhead and pass-catcher James White.
Jul 22 - 9:00 AM




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