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Jul
19

Broncos LB Davis suffers partial calf tear

Denver linebacker TODD DAVIS was carted off the practice field on Thursday after suffering what was later diagnosed as a partial calf tear. Davis is expected to miss three to fourMore weeks, but he should return before the season opener. Davis is expected to play a big role in Vic Fangio’s defense this season. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jul
19

Melvin Gordon says teammates “got his back”

Los Angeles Chargers running back MELVIN GORDON said this week that his teammates “all got my back” regarding his current contract dispute with the team. Gordon insists that his teammates, andMore other running backs around the league, have been supportive as he holds out in search of a new deal. No word just yet from Gordon’s fantasy owners. Less

Source: Team Blog

Jul
19

Agent for Slay, Harrison to meet with Lions

Drew Rosenhaus, the agent for DARIUS SLAY and DAMON HARRISON is planning to meet with the Detroit Lions this week in an effort to secure new contracts for his clients. SlayMore and Harrison, two of the team’s star defensive players, skipped voluntary workouts and mandatory minicamp this spring in a dispute over their current contracts. It’s unclear if the duo will report for training camp next week without new deals. Less

Source: Detroit Free Press

Jul
19

Romo confident that TE Witten will return to form

Retired Dallas quarterback Tony Romo thinks that former teammate and current Cowboys tight end JASON WITTEN will “pick up right where he left off” heading into the 2019 season. Witten retiredMore and did not play last season, but his retirement was short lived. While nobody knows how much Witten will play this season, the expectation is that he will be ready to roll when called upon. Less

Source: Team Blog

Jul
19

Ravens rookie WR Brown not ready for start of camp

The Baltimore Ravens placed first-round wideout MARQUISE BROWN on the active/non-football injury list on Thursday. Brown is recovering from Lisfranc surgery in February. As for his timetable to return, Brown isMore reportedly progressing well and expected to be back at practice in a few weeks. Brown can be taken off the NFI list, which is reserved for players unable to practice for reasons unrelated to professional football, once he is medically cleared. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jul
19

Broncos sign rookie QB Lock

The Denver Broncos and quarterback DREW LOCK agreed to a contract just before the deadline for the rookie signal caller to participate in training camp. Lock, the 42nd overall pick inMore the 2019 NFL Draft, was the last unsigned player from Denver’s rookie class. Lock is expected to compete for the backup role behind veteran JOE FLACCO heading into the 2019 season. Less

Source: Denver Post

Jul
19

Falcons agree to extension with Pro Bowl linebacker

The Atlanta Falcons have agreed to a four-year contract extension with Pro Bowl linebacker DEION JONES that will keep him with the team through the 2023 season. Jones was a second-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, and he has developed into one of the best linebackers in the league.

Source: Team Website

Jul
18

NFL offseason officially ends as training camps begin

Wednesday marked the official end of the NFL offseason, with four teams starting their training camps. The Denver Broncos, Baltimore Ravens, Arizona Cardinals, and Seattle Seahawks all opened camp yesterday. WithMore camps starting to open, fantasy owners can now turn their attention to the preseason opener – the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio scheduled for August 1st. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jul
18

Colts DE has lofty goals for 2019

Indianapolis linebacker DARIUS LEONARD earned All-Pro and Defensive Rookie of the Year honors last season after making 163 tackles and seven sacks. Heading into his second season, Leonard has even higher goals. Leonard said this week that he wants 200 tackles and 10 sacks in 2019.

Source: NBC Sports

Jul
18

Bucs RB Jones adds offseason muscle

Tampa Bay second year running back RONALD JONES added 13 pounds of muscle during the offseason as he hopes to put a dismal rookie year behind him. PEYTON BARBER is expectedMore to be the starting running back this season, but Jones will hope to build on a strong offseason and push for additional carries in the Bucs backfield. Less

Source: Team Blog

Jul
18

Tennessee coach confident in Mariota

Tennessee head coach Mike Vrabel expressed complete confidence in starting quarterback MARCUS MARIOTA this week. Mariota heads into the final year of his contract, but Vrabel insists that his starting quarterback won’t approach the season any different. 2019 is expected to be a pivotal season for the 25-year-old signal-caller.

Source: NFL.com

Jul
18

Titans to ride RB Henry in 2019

Tennessee running back DERRICK HENRY reportedly showed up for the Titans offseason program in great shape and ready to roll. That’s good news, especially considering that offensive coordinator Arthur Smith saysMore that he intends to ride Henry this season. It’s also worth noting that Henry is headed into the final year of his contract in 2019. Less

Source: Team Website

Jul
18

Broncos WR Sanders, TE Butt avoid PUP list

The Denver Broncos opened training camp with some good news. Wide receiver EMMANUEL SANDERS and tight end JAKE BUTT are both available for camp, avoiding the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP)More designation. Both players are expected to be eased into action during camp, with Sanders recovering from an Achilles injury and Butt recovering from a torn ACL. Less

Source: Team Blog

Jul
18

Cardinals release OT Harrison after arrest warrant issued

The Arizona Cardinals released offensive tackle DESMOND HARRISON after police in North Carolina issued a felony arrest warrant for assault on a person by strangulation and assault on a female byMore a male. Harrison was not headed for a starting role with the Cardinals, but he would have provided depth to a unit that struggled last season. Less

Source: Arizona Republic

Jul
17

Broncos rookie QB remains unsigned

Denver Broncos rookie quarterback DREW LOCK has yet to sign his rookie contract and could hold out instead of reporting to training camp. Lock was drafted in the second round withMore the idea that he could eventually become the Broncos franchise quarterback. For now, it looks like Denver will have to be content with veteran quarterback JOE FLACCO. Less

Source: Team Blog

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