Robert Turbin
Seahawks RB Robert Turbin sidelined with sprained ankle
Robert Turbin, RB, SEA
9/1/2015
News: Seahawks backup running back Robert Turbin sustained an ankle injury Saturday against the Chargers, which might keep him out for a while, coach Pete Carroll revealed Tuesday. 

“Robert’s got a sprained ankle,” Carroll said, per SeattlePI.com. “It’s a significant ankle sprain. We have to see what that means. He feels pretty good about it, but it definitely showed up on the MRI and all that.”

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Senorise Perry
Bears place running back Senorise Perry on IR
Senorise Perry, RB, CHI
9/1/2015
News: The Bears placed running back Senorise Perry on injured reserve Tuesday to reach the 75-man roster limit. He is in his second season out of Louisville.
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Devonta Freeman
Falcons RB Devonta Freeman getting closer to 100 percent
Devonta Freeman, RB, ATL
9/1/2015
News: Falcons running back Devonta Freeman, who has been dealing with a hamstring injury, was an active participant at practice Monday, an encouraging sign for a player who was thought to be the team's starter, per the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 

Freeman hurt his hamstring on Aug. 6 and has not played in any of the team's preseason contests. It's not clear if Freeman will play in the team's final game Thursday. 

"He ran it well today," Falcons coach Dan Quinn said. "Limited reps, but it was awesome to see him."

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Fred Jackson
Report: Seahawks to sign ex-Bills RB Fred Jackson
Fred Jackson, RB, BUF
9/1/2015
News: One day after surprisingly being released by the Bills, veteran running back Fred Jackson is headed to the Seahawks, where he will serve as Marshawn Lynch's primary backup, per NFL.com insider Ian Rapoport. 

Lynch and Jackson are old friends, and his addition in Seattle's backfield gives the Seahawks a solid pass-catcher and experienced presence, seemingly spelling the end of Christine Michael's time with the team. 

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Trent Richardson
Report: Raiders part ways with running back Trent Richardson
Trent Richardson, RB, OAK
8/31/2015
News: The Raiders released running back Trent Richardson on Monday, sources told ESPN.com. The former first-round pick rushed for 519 yards on 159 attempts last season.
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Ray Rice
Browns don't rule out signing Ray Rice with Johnson injury
Ray Rice, RB, BAL
8/30/2015
News: With rookie running back Duke Johnson dealing with a concussion, Browns coach Mike Pettine didn't rule out signing veteran back Ray Rice to help the team's backfield situation, per Cleveland.com. 

Johnson has no timetable for his return, so Pettine, on a conference call, said "if we have to add a back, we'll look at the list of guys that are available," when asked about reaching out to Rice. 

Rice has not played since 2013, missing all of last season while under suspension for a domestic violence incident with his wife. The Ravens terminated his contract after the issue. 

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Duke Johnson
Browns RB Duke Johnson dealing with concussion
Duke Johnson, RB, CLE
8/30/2015
News: Browns running back Duke Johnson had to exit Saturday's preseason game after suffering a concussion, reports Cleveland.com. It was Johnson's first preseason game after dealing with a hamstring injury.

"Hopefully he'll be in the protocol and we can get him back as soon as possible," coach Mike Pettine said. "If you had to say the biggest downer of the night, that would be it."

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Tre Mason
Rams RB Tre Mason suffers strained hamstring
Tre Mason, RB, STL
8/30/2015
News: Rams running back Tre Mason sustained a hamstring strain during Saturday's preseason game, reports BleacherReport.com.

Mason was able to walk out of the locker room on Saturday without any issues and the team expects him to be ready for the season opener.

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David Cobb
Titans RB David Cobb dealing with calf injury
David Cobb, RB, TEN
8/28/2015
News: Titans running back David Cobb will not play in Friday's preseason game at Kansas City due to an injured calf, reports The Tennessean.

Cobb suffered the injury during Thursday's practice. He had been receiving some first-team reps.

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Tevin Coleman
Falcons' Quinn: Tevin Coleman on track to make preseason debut Sat.
Tevin Coleman, RB, ATL
8/27/2015
News: Falcons rookie running back Tevin Coleman, who has been slowed by a hamstring injury, is set to make his preseason debut Saturday against the Dolphins, coach Dan Quinn said Thursday.

“At this point, Tevin is a little closer than Devonta (Freeman) just from the week of practice,” Quinn said, per the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “So, I’m certainly hoping that will be a break for him. He’s had a really good week.

"Unless there is some type of setback over the next couple of days. I anticipate him being ready to rock.”

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