Scott Chandler
Scott Chandler suffers groin injury in practice
Scott Chandler, TE, BUF
7/27/2014
News: Bills tight end Scott Chandler was removed in the first hour of Sunday's practice with a groin injury and was unable to return at any point, WGR 550 Sports Radio AM reports.

The Bills are already without Tony Moeaki (hamstring) and Chris Gragg (heat cramps) due to injury. No timetable has been set for Chandler moving forward.

The team will start the preseason Sunday against the Giants in Canton.
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Dan Williams
Dan Williams exits practice with left knee issue
Dan Williams, NT, ARI
7/27/2014
News: Cardinals defensive lineman Dan Williams was forced out of Sunday's practice because of a swollen left knee. No word on the seriousness of the injury, the Arizona Republic reports.

The Cardinals will open their preseason at home against the Texans on Aug. 9.
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LaMichael James
Report: LaMichael James to miss a month with dislocated elbow
LaMichael James, RB, SF
7/27/2014
News: 49ers running back LaMichael James is expected to miss nearly a month of work because of a dislocated elbow sustained in a pass-blocking drill, the Sacramento Bee reports.

James was carted off the field with the injury on Sunday, just two days after Kendall Hunter suffered a torn ACL. Rookie Carlos Hyde and Jewel Hampton are the only two healthy backup running backs left for San Francisco.
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Martavis Bryant
Martavis Bryant sits out practice with groin issue
Martavis Bryant, WR, PIT
7/27/2014
News: Steelers rookie receiver Martavis Bryant was unable to practice Sunday because of a groin injury, ESPN reports. Bryant's injury is not believed to be serious enough to keep him out a significant period of time.

The Steelers will start their preseason on Aug. 9 against the Giants.
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Dre Kirkpatrick
Dre Kirkpatrick dealing with minor hamstring issue
Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, CIN
7/27/2014
News: Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick was held out of Sunday's practice after sustaining an apparent hamstring injury on Saturday, ESPN reports. The injury is not considered to be serious enough to keep him out an extended period of time.

The Bengals will open their preseason Aug. 7 at Kansas City.
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Aaron Lynch
49ers activate a pair
Aaron Lynch, LB, SF
7/27/2014
News: The 49ers activated linebacker Aaron Lynch (hamstring) from the physically unable to participate list and center Marcus Martin (ankle) from the non-football injury list.

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Marcus Lattimore
GM: Marcus Lattimore 'close' to practicing
Marcus Lattimore, RB, SF
7/27/2014
News: 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said running back Marcus Lattimore has not encountered a setback in his return from reconstructive knee surgery and is "close" to be activated, reports the Sacramento Bee. Baalke didn't provide a more specific timetable.

"He's coming off, as we all know, a horrific injury," Baalke told the paper. "And we want to make sure, as does he, that he's 100 percent mentally and physically ready to go to help this football team, and to give himself the best chance to compete at a high level. ... But as far as setbacks, no."

Lattimore is on the non-football injury list, meaning he's sidelined due to the 2012 injury he sustained in college. Baalke said the issue is partly mental.

"There's a mental hurdle and a physical hurdle you've got to overcome," he said. "And he's close. How close? That remains to be seen."

Asked how the team will know when Lattimore has cleared those hurdles, Baalke replied: "I think the players tell you. Just like Michael Crabtree last year when he was coming back (from an Achilles' tendon tear). It really came down to when he believed in his mind he was ready to go. You can't tell them how they feel. As a player, they know when they're ready."

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Captain Munnerlyn
Captain Munnerlyn has slight hamstring pull
Captain Munnerlyn, CB, MIN
7/27/2014
News: Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said cornerback Captain Munnerlyn has a slight hamstring pull that will keep him out a couple days, reports the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Munnerlyn remains on the physically unable to perform list.
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Jonathan Stewart
Jonathan Stewart expects to miss 2-4 weeks
Jonathan Stewart, RB, CAR
7/27/2014
News: Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart, who pulled a hamstring before training camp, estimated he'll miss 2-4 weeks, reports the Charlotte Observer. Stewart insisted he'll be ready for the regular season.

Initially, the team said Stewart would miss 1-2 weeks.

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Tyler Gaffney
Tyler Gaffney to miss season with torn meniscus
Tyler Gaffney, RB, CAR
7/26/2014
News: Panthers rookie running back Tyler Gaffney will miss the season after being diagnosed with a torn lateral meniscus, the Associated Press reports.

Gaffney, who suffered the injury on the first play of Friday's practice, will require surgery to repair his injured knee. Taken in the sixth round of this year's draft, the rookie will face a long road to recovery before offseason activities kick off next year.

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