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Sources tell ESPN's Ed Werder the Eagles are discussing a short-term contract extension with Sam Bradford.
NJ.com says Rashad Jennings looks "big, strong, fast and quick" early on at training camp.
ESPN Cleveland "keep(s) hearing" Terrance West is on "thin ice because of maturity issues."
Charles Clay has yet to be targeted in the passing game through four Bills training camp practices.
Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell said he doubts suspended WR Justin Blackmon ever plays NFL football again.
ESPN's Tania Ganguli reports Arian Foster's groin injury is "significant," and could require surgery.
Sources tell ESPN Texans reporter Tania Ganguli that Arian Foster suffered a groin injury in Monday's practice.
Allen Hurns is running as a first-team wideout at training camp, ahead of Marqise Lee.
The Houston Chronicle reports Arian Foster (groin) requires surgery, but "should be able to return during the season."
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Arian Foster (groin surgery) will "almost certainly" begin the year on injured reserve/designated to return.
Browns coach Mike Pettine hints the team will have "special plays" for Terrelle Pryor this season.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Michael Crabtree has been the "star" of the Raiders' first three training camp practices.
Geno Smith has thrown zero interceptions through the the first four days of training camp.
According to the Falcons' website, Leonard Hankerson has been "the best wide receiver at Flowery Branch so far."
NFL Network's Rand Getlin reports the Colts are "working diligently" toward an extension with contract-year WR T.Y. Hilton.
Coach Lovie Smith confirmed Doug Martin will be the Bucs' "lead" back this season.
According to the Charlotte Observer, Panthers WR Stephen Hill is believed to have torn his right ACL in Saturday's training camp practice.
Terrelle Pryor was sprinkled in with the first-team offense at Browns camp on Sunday.
Appearing on Sirius XM Radio, Ben Roethlisberger stated that Markus Wheaton will be the Steelers' No. 2 wide receiver this season and predicted Wheaton will be Pittsburgh's "breakout player."
Sam Bradford (knee) has been fully cleared for 11-on-11 drills.