Barry Church
Cowboys' Barry Church: Enters training camp healthy
Barry Church, SS, DAL
7/28/2016
News: Church (arm) enters training camp with 100 percent health, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports.

A tough son of a gun, Church brushed off a high ankle sprain for the last two months of the season, but a broken arm in Week 16 was too much to overcome in his quest for a third consecutive complete campaign. Despite the sprain and missing one game, the strong safety totaled 117 tackles (78 solo), which ranked third among defensive backs behind the Dolphins' Reshad Jones and the Bills' Corey Graham. Entering his age-28 season, Church is still within the window to produce elite numbers, and reaching triple digits in tackles would mark his third such occasion in four years.

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Shakim Phillips
Steelers' Shakim Phillips: Placed on PUP list with sports hernia
Shakim Phillips, WR, PIT
7/28/2016
News: The Steelers placed Phillips (sports hernia) on the PUP list Thursday, NFL Network's James Palmer reports.

Phillips is simply recovering from an offseason sports hernia, however he was not given a timeline to return. When cleared for activity, he will compete for slotting behind Antonio Brown, Markus Wheaton, Darrius Heyward-Bey and Sammie Coates on the Steelers' wide receiver depth chart.

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Darrelle Revis
Jets' Darrelle Revis: Listed day-to-day with wrist injury
Darrelle Revis, CB, NYJ
7/28/2016
News: Revis (wrist) is listed as day-to-day according to head coach Todd Bowles, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports.

After undergoing offseason wrist surgery, Revis subsequently missed the entirety of the Jets' offseason program with the expectation to return in time for training camp. No setbacks in his rehabilitation have been reported, though, so the Jets are likely just being cautious with their veteran cornerback during the commencement of training camp.

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Frostee Rucker
Cardinals' Frostee Rucker: Will ease into training camp
Frostee Rucker, DE, ARI
7/28/2016
News: Rucker (foot) will ease into training camp, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. "At this time in his career there's not a need to go early," head coach Bruce Arians said Thursday. "Just take our time with him."

Rucker underwent offseason ankle surgery and proceeded to miss spring drills. His rehab will extend into training camp, with his age (32) likely aiding in the decision to cap the defensive end's reps off the bat.

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Robert Nkemdiche
Cardinals' Robert Nkemdiche: Dealing with ankle sprain
Robert Nkemdiche, DT, ARI
7/28/2016
News: Nkemdiche is tending to an ankle sprain and is day-to-day, according to head coach Bruce Arians.

Earlier this week, Nkemdiche sustained the injury during the Cardinals' QB School, forcing him to the sideline for the early sessions of training camp. The 2016 first-round pick doesn't have a clear-cut timetable for a return, but he's expected to bolster the defensive line ranks once he's healthy enough to partake in drills.

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Justin Bethel
Cardinals' Justin Bethel: Suffers setback with foot
Justin Bethel, CB, ARI
7/28/2016
News: Bethel suffered a setback with his foot three weeks ago, meaning his activity level in training camp will be an issue of pain tolerance, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Bethel's offseason has been dedicated to his recovery from surgery to repair a fracture in his foot. He subsequently missed the entire offseason program, which likely spurred the decision to sign veteran cornerback Mike Jenkins last week. Once Bethel is able to participate in drills, he'll be focusing on locking down the starting corner spot opposite Patrick Peterson (ankle), but currently there's an opening for Jenkins or one of the other depth DBs to make an impact in camp.

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Tyrann Mathieu
Cardinals' Tyrann Mathieu: 3-to-4 weeks from practicing
Tyrann Mathieu, FS, ARI
7/28/2016
News: Mathieu (knee) said Thursday that he's "3-to-4 weeks" from taking part in practice, Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic reports.

The Cardinals shocked no one when they placed Mathieu on the PUP list this week, as he's in the latter stages of his recovery from last season's torn ACL. On Thursday, the team held its first practice of training camp, which could have included Mathieu participating in drills, head coach Bruce Arians told Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com. During the rehab process, Mathieu and the powers that be both relayed that a cautious approach would be followed, as evidenced by the decision to delay his first practice session.

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Ladarius Green
Steelers' Ladarius Green: Placed on PUP list
Ladarius Green, TE, PIT
7/28/2016
News: Green (ankle) has been placed on the Steelers' physically unable to perform list for the start of training camp, Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune reports.

Green had offseason surgery on his ankle and isn't yet recovered enough to practice with the team. The injury isn't seen as serious and the tight end should be able to practice with the team relatively soon. 2016 will be Green's first year with Pittsburgh, where he'll be the day one starter after spending four years behind Antonio Gates in San Diego.

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Thomas Rawls
Seahawks' Thomas Rawls: May miss training camp start
Thomas Rawls, RB, SEA
7/28/2016
News: Rawls' status is in question for the Seahawks first day of camp on Saturday, Seahawks reporter John Boyle reports.

Rawls said in early July that he expected to be fully healthy entering training camp, but, with camp just a few days away, general manager John Schneider said that Rawls isn't likely to practice on Saturday, the first day of Seahawks camp. Despite not currently being at 100 percent, Rawls status for the regular season is not in question and he'll be the teams starting running back after playing well in relief of Marshawn Lynch last season.

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Desmond Bryant
Browns' Desmond Bryant: Out for season
Desmond Bryant, DE, CLE
7/28/2016
News: Bryant (chest) has been placed on the injured reserve list and will sit out the entire season, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports.

Entering his eighth NFL season and fourth with the Browns, Bryant was a lock to start at defensive end after a 2015 campaign which saw him record a career-high and team-leading six sacks. The torn pectoral muscle he suffered earlier this month was originally thought to keep him out 4-to-6 months, making November the soonest possible return date. Rather than push his recovery in the hopes of a return the team decided it best to shut him down for the season. Carl Nassib appears first in line to replace Bryant, but John Hughes and Dylan Wynn could see some extra snaps as well.

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