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Courtney Bridget headed for MRI


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12:30 pm ET) Redskins coach Jay Gruden said cornerback Courtney Bridget needs an MRI on his shoulder, reports CSNWashington.com.

Broncos being cautious with DeMarcus Ware


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12:26 pm ET) Broncos defensive end DeMarcus Ware is not practicing Monday after bruising his lower leg Sunday, reports the Denver Post. He pulled up limping Sunday, and the team is being cautious with one of its big offseason acquisitions.


DeMarco Murray won't get extension


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12:20 pm ET) Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is entering the final year of his rookie deal, and the team has no plans to discuss an extension with him.

"I think we'll kind of see how his year goes and we'll go from there," chief operating officer Stephen Jones told the Dallas Morning News. "He's the type of player we want on our team. He's young and he had a good year last year, but I think he's betting that he's going to have a great year, and I hope he does."

Murray, 26, is scheduled to make $1.4 million in base salary after a Pro Bowl season in which he rushed for 1,121 yards and nine touchdowns while averaging 5.2 yards per carry. He said he's not going to get distracted by his contract status.

"I'm going to continue to play like I've played and come here like I have been," Murray said. "I don't worry about that, and it really doesn't matter to me, to be honest with you."


Bothered by hamstring, Le'Veon Bell sits out Monday


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12:06 pm ET) Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell will sit out Monday's practice after leaving early Sunday due to a tight hamstring, reports Steelers Depot. Bell told reporters the hamstring has been bothering him for a few days.

The Steelers are off Tuesday, so it will be interesting to see if Bell returns Wednesday.


Coach on Arian Foster's injury: 'It's a minor deal'


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11:58 am ET) Texans coach Bill O'Brien said running back Arian Foster did not practice Monday due to a minor injury. "It's a minor deal," O'Brien said. "It's a long season, and he'll be out there."

Foster left Sunday's practice early and was seen getting his legs stretched out on the sideline. Foster did not speak to reporters Sunday or Monday.


Andre Johnson not worried about hamstring tweak


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11:53 am ET) Texans receiver Andre Johnson said he tweaked his right hamstring on a diving catch in practice Monday, reports the Houston Chronicle. He wasn't limping, he didn't put ice on it, and he said he's not worried about it, the paper said.

Mike Wallace likes the variety in new offense


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11:47 am ET) Dolphins wideout Mike Wallace was planted on the right side last season. This year, in Bill Lazor's offense, he's moving all over the formation

“I love it,” Wallace told the Sun-Sentinel. "He just brings a different type of excitement to the table. I love [former OC Mike] Sherman, but coach Lazor’s a real different type of guy. So I’m really excited about it."


Phillip Gaines taken off with injury


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11:39 am ET) Chiefs rookie cornerback Phillip Gaines was taken off the practice field Monday with an undisclosed injury, reports ESPN.com. Gaines is a third-round pick who started 40 games at Rice.

LaMichael James has history of dislocated elbows


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11:33 am ET) The dislocated elbow 49ers running back LaMichael James sustained Sunday is the third of his career, reports ESPN.com. He suffered the same injury in 2011 and in high school.

James, who is out a month, got hurt on a blitz pickup drill when he was blown backward by inside linebacker Michael Wilhoite, according to the Sacramento Bee. James has gotten injured before the regular season in each of his three NFL seasons. He hurt his ankle in the 2012 preseason and sprained a knee ligament in last year's preseason.


Matthew Stafford displaying better mechanics -- so far


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11:18 am ET) Lions coach Jim Caldwell said he's impressed with quarterback Matthew Stafford's approach so far, especially the way he's been absorbing the playbook and paying attention to detail.

"He is getting better," Caldwell told the Detroit News. "His command of the offense has been good."

Caldwell said it was obvious how much work Stafford put in before coming to camp. "I was impressed when he came back that first of all he did not miss a beat," Caldwell said. "He’s a very, very smart guy. You could tell he’s worked at it even during the summer.

"In every facet when he came back, I could see improvement — footwork, accuracy, timing, command of the offense, all of those things. Now we get a chance to see if we can put it together a little bit more, add a few more things, keep progressing and then get some real challenges from our opposition as we start preseason."


Julio Jones shows 'explosion' in most extensive work to date


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11:09 am ET) Falcons receiver Julio Jones saw his most extensive practice action Sunday since undergoing right foot surgery and "looked like the Jones of old," reports ESPN.com. "His explosion was evident with every step, and he blew past [corner] Desmond Trufant on a play during one-on-one drills."

Trufant sounded impressed. "He's looking good, man," Trufant said of Jones. "To come back like he did ... he didn't do any of the (organized team activities). He was just doing rehab. He didn't miss a beat. That's exactly what we want to see. And he's going to definitely have a comeback season this year."

Jones, the report concluded, "was spectacular and in sync with Matt Ryan." Jones is off Monday as the team tries to manage his comeback.


Bernard Pierce 'most impressive back' in camp so far


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11:00 am ET) Running back Bernard Pierce, expected to start while Ray Rice is suspended, has been the Ravens' most impressive back in camp so far, reports ESPN.com. Pierce's weight ballooned to 248 pounds following offseason shoulder surgery, but he's down to 222 pounds now.

"The weight loss is most evident in Pierce's elusiveness in between the tackles," the report said. "He can make better lateral cuts because he doesn't feel the weight as much on his knees." 

Coach John Harbaugh said Pierce has "seized the opportunity."

Pierce averaged 4.9 yards per carry as a rookie in 2012, just 2.9 yards per carry last season. "It definitely is motivating and also was humbling coming from the year before," Pierce said. "I think everybody's intention this year is to climb back up the chart and show everybody that we can get this run game started and we're still the Ravens from 2012."


Chip Kelly: Jeremy Maclin looks 'fantastic'


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10:41 am ET) Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin, who tore his ACL a year ago, looks "fantastic" in training camp, according to coach Chip Kelly. For his part, Maclin said he's a stronger version of his former self.

"Even yesterday being able to defeat guys at the line of scrimmage," Maclin told Philly.com. "Being able to dig and go track balls down. Being able to plant and come back to balls. Those are the plays I made before I got hurt and those are the plays I'm making now."


Alshon Jeffery not practicing


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10:34 am ET) Bears receiver Alshon Jeffery came out dressed for practice but then removed his helmet and pads and stood on the sideline watching, reports the Chicago Sun-Times. It was not immediately clear why Jeffery isn't practicing.

Redskins land Everette Brown


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10:28 am ET) The Redskins signed defensive end Everette Brown, who was cut by the Cowboys in February. Brown has seven sacks in four NFL seasons.

Ray Rice did not challenge suspension


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10:25 am ET) Ravens running back Ray Rice did not appeal his two-game suspension stemming from an altercation with his then-fiancee, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter. He had three days to do so.

Rice is allowed to participate in training camp and all preseason games.


Kelvin Benjamin getting an MRI on his left knee


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10:20 am ET) The Panthers announced Monday that rookie receiver Kelvin Benjamin is getting a precautionary MRI on his knee after banging into a defensive back in practice on Sunday. He won't practice with the team. The Charlotte Observer reports it's his left knee that got dinged. 

Golden Tate activated from PUP list


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10:20 am ET) The Lions activated receiver Golden Tate from the PUP list, reports the National Football Post. Tate had what he called a minor shoulder injury.

Browns think Isaiah Crowell is a 'keeper'


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10:16 am ET) The Browns believe they have "a keeper" in undrafted rookie running back Isaiah Crowell, reports Fox Sports. Crowell won SEC Freshman of the Year honors with Georgia in 2011 before getting dismissed from the program.

At Alabama State last year, Crowell averaged 6.6 yards per carry while rushing for 1,121 yards and 15 touchdowns.


Luke Willson opening eyes in Seattle


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10:10 am ET) Second-year tight end Luke Willson has been "putting on a show" at Seahawks training camp so far this summer, ESPN says. Willson has been consistently getting separation on his pass routes and has displayed great hands. The site says to "expect big things" from Willson catching passes from Russell Wilson. 

As a rookie, Willson caught 20 passes for 272 yards and a touchdown (13.6 yards per catch) in the regular season.


Browns waive Chris Faulk


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10:08 am ET) The Browns waived backup right tackle Chris Faulk , who was coming off a major knee injury.

James White called Patriots' "leading rookie"


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10:05 am ET) The praise keeps rolling in for Patriots rookie James White, who took more handoffs in team drills than Stevan Ridley on Sunday. The Boston Globe has recognized White as "one of the camp's top phenoms and is the team's leading rookie." 

Furthermore, the paper has been told that comparisons to Shane Vereen aren't entirely correct as running backs coach Ivan Fears said he can also work as a running downs back, as evidenced in camp already this week. 


Ravens plan to extend Torrey Smith's contract


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9:53 am ET) Contract talks between receiver Torrey Smith and the Ravens have not been heating up according to the Baltimore Sun, but Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti and general manager Ozzie Newsome both have made assurances that receiver Torrey Smith will receive a contract extension. That might be why Smith isn't thinking about his future as he prepares for the last year on his rookie deal. 

"I don't think about the contract at all," Smith told the Sun. "That stuff kind of takes care of itself. I'm not going out there on the field while I'm running a route like, 'Man, Ozzie saw that!' I'm here to win. I'm a Raven, always going to be a Raven. That's all I worry about."


Browns sitting on a sleeper in Charles Johnson?


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9:49 am ET) The Browns took a chance on receiver Charles Johnson when he came available on waivers in 2013, only to find out he had a torn ACL. But the Browns have been patient and with the team needing all the help they can get at receiver, ESPN reports Johnson could develop into a part of their offense.

Johnson is 6-foot-2, 215 pounds and famously ran the 40-yard dash in 4.38 seconds. He's had a star-crossed college career that began at Louisville and wound up at Grand Valley State, then was a seventh-round pick of the Packers before landing in Cleveland. 

ESPN believes Johnson has "too much ground to make up" to be an "instant contributor," but that he's the only guy comparable to Josh Gordon's size and speed among the Browns' receivers. 


Colts have waived Chris Rainey


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9:31 am ET) Even though running back is a thin position for the Colts these days, the team wasted no time in waiving running back Chris Rainey on Monday. ESPN's Adam Schefter says he was not cut for performance issues but rather for violating team rules