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Andre Williams continues to take the goal-line snaps at Giants camp.
Through one week of camp, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel says Eddie Lacy "couldn't have looked any better."
Coach Dennis Allen said both Maurice Jones-Drew and Darren McFadden will get touches this season.
Second-round WR Allen Robinson (hamstring) will be out at least two weeks.
Arian Foster (undisclosed) is sidelined again at Texans camp.
Coach Jim Harbaugh revealed Friday that Michael Crabtree will miss "a week or two" with an undisclosed injury.
ESPN Saints reporter Mike Triplett expects the Saints to employ a "pretty even workload" split between their top three tailbacks this year.
The Packers fear fifth-round WR Jared Abbrederis suffered a torn right ACL in Thursday's training camp practice.
A decision on Josh Gordon's year-long suspension appeal is not expected until Monday at soonest.
ESPN Seahawks reporter Terry Blount reports Marshawn Lynch was seeking $5 million more than the "concessions" Seattle gave him, bumping his 2014 pay by $1.5 million.
Suspended WR Josh Gordon's appeal meeting with hearing officer Harold Henderson lasted almost ten hours Friday and will resume Monday in New York.
Mike Wallace (hamstring) will not practice until at least next week.
A source tells NJ.com that David Wilson (neck) "needs a miracle" to return to the field.
Coach Mike Pettine said Johnny Manziel will start to get some reps with the first-string offense soon.
Harold Henderson will hear Josh Gordon's appeal on Friday.
Reggie Wayne (ACL) has been "effortlessly snatching passes out of the air" at Colts training camp, and coach Chuck Pagano deemed his recovery "really incredible."
The Newark Star-Ledger expects the Giants to employ a running-back-by-committee approach this season, despite David Wilson's career-threatening neck injury.
A source with knowledge of the situation tells Profootballtalk.com there's a "slight chance" Josh Gordon could reach a settlement with the NFL where his one-year suspension is reduced.
Profootballtalk reports Marshawn Lynch has agreed to a $1.5 million raise for 2014.
Marshawn Lynch has officially reported to Seahawks camp.