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Rams' Brian Quick turning some heads
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9:33 am ET) Former NFL general manager-turned-SiriusXM NFL Radio host Phil Savage tweeted Wednesday that Rams receiver Brian Quick has displayed production matching his size and speed. The team is encouraged, according to Savage. 

More praise for Quick came from ESPN, who reported earlier this week that he was off to a good start, reeling in a pair of deep passes on Tuesday. And even Jeff Fisher got in a compliment. 

"Brian, early on in his career, if he wasn't sure, he wasn't quite full speed," Fisher told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "Brian is learning to just go. Good things happen when you run hard."

Quick, 6-foot-3 and 218 pounds, has long been a tempting breakout candidate thanks to his fleet feet, but in his first two seasons he's tallied just 29 grabs for 458 yards and four touchdowns. 


Bears make roster move
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9:23 am ET) The Bears signed offensive lineman Graham Pocic on Thursday, waiving receiver Terrence Toliver in the process. Pocic is a local product, from Lemont, Ill. Tolliver can now add the Bears to his list of former employers (it includes the Chargers, Texans and Lions). 

Rod Streater says he's been cleared
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9:17 am ET) Raiders receiver Rod Streater wasn't active in team drills Wednesday but did warm up with his teammates and said he's been cleared for contact, the Oakland Tribune reported. Streater had been diagnosed with a concussion on July 28. 

Hamstring sidelines Mike Wallace until next week
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9:10 am ET) Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace will not practice until next week, a source told the Miami Herald on Thursday. Wallace won't scrimmage against his teammates at Sun Life Stadium on Saturday. 

Wallace had 930 yards and five touchdowns in his first season with the Dolphins in 2013 but is expected to be a little more prolific playing in the team's new and improved fast-break offense. 


Andy Dalton confident he'll get a new deal
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(8:10 am ET) Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is entering a contract year in 2014, but he's not sweating it. Dalton told NFL Network that he's "confident" a new deal will get done

"[B]oth sides are working on it," Dalton said. "We haven't given a deadline, we haven't talked about a deadline. We don't expect it to get to that point, but if it does, it does."

Last week Bengals owner Mike Brown called Dalton the "quarterback here for the immediate future," adding that he'd use the franchise tag if need be to keep Dalton. 


Josh Gordon's appeal delayed
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(8:05 am ET) Because NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will be in Canton, Ohio, on Friday as part of Hall of Fame weekend festivities, the appeal hearing for Browns receiver Josh Gordon will be postponed until next week, ESPN reported Thursday. 

Gordon is reportedly facing a one-year ban for violating the league's substance abuse policy for a third time. He and his representatives claim his test sample was mishandled and he was exposed to second-hand marijuana smoke and didn't ingest the drug itself. 

ProFootballTalk.com believes that if Gordon wins his appeal he'll face no suspension and will be eligible to play the entire season. 


Aldon Smith to meet with the commish
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(8:01 am ET) 49ers pass rusher Aldon Smith will meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to discuss his pending suspension on Aug. 8, ESPN reports. Smith faces a "significant" suspension per the report for facing multiple charges including a DUI, a felony firearms issue and making a bomb threat at an airport. 

Jim Leonhard joins Browns
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/30/2014) Former Bills safety Jim Leonhard tweeted that he signed with the Browns. Leonhard played for coach Mike Pettine last year in Buffalo, making 41 tackles and four interceptions.

Packers claim Gerrard Sheppard
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/30/2014) The Packers claimed receiver Gerrard Sheppard off waivers from the Ravens and are now at the 90-man roster limit, reports ESPN.com.

Jace Amaro trying to figure things out
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/30/2014) Jets rookie tight end Jace Amaro had another rough practice Wednesday, reports ESPN.com. He ran some plays wrong, dropped a pass and got razzed by a defensive player. He also "got an earful from offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg," the report said.

Amaro played in a relatively simple offense in college and is struggling to learn the Jets' system.

"We know he's got the physical skills to do it," coach Rex Ryan told the website. "He's got to focus, and sometimes if your head is in other places and you're thinking (too much), it's hard to be at your best."


 
 
 
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