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FOX Sports

Vikings RB Murray to PUP list, Floyd on non-football injury

MANKATO, Minn. (AP) The Minnesota Vikings placed running back Latavius Murray on the physically unable to perform list Monday, and put defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd on the non-football injury list.

Denver Post

Broncos place two rookies, one veteran on non-football injury list

Broncos rookie quarterback Chad Kelly, tight end Jake Butt and outside linebacker Shaquil Barrett will be placed on the Broncos' non-football injury list when training camp begins Thursday. Kyle Peko, who is recovering from a fracture in his foot, will be on the team's physically unable to perform (PUP) list, an NFL source told The Denver Post.

Colts Insider | Indianapolis Star

Andrew Luck is throwing but he won't be playing anytime soon

Andrew Luck is throwing after offseason shoulder surgery but will not be practicing when camp opens this weekend         

Colts Insider | Indianapolis Star

Insider: Colts' Ballard tackles Geathers', safeties and more

Colts General Manager Chris Ballard projects the injury timeline of key defender Clayton Geathers and takes stock of his team just days before camp.         

Kansas City Star

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid addresses offseason issues

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid addressed the questions of the offseason with the firing and hiring at general manager, tweets from Tamba Hali and an injury to Chris Jones. …

Redskins Insider | Washington Post

Fate brings Pete Robertson to the Redskins following a devastating back injury

HOUSTON — Linebacker Pete Robertson sensed that, at some point in his career, he would join the Washington Redskins. In Longview, Tex., his home town, it’s become a rite of passage into the NFL. Washington drafted Robertson’s god-brother, Malcolm Kelly, in 2008, then Robert Henson in 2009, and his cousin, five-time Pro Bowl left tackle Trent […]

The Landry Hat

Dallas Cowboys: Jaylon Smith finds a kindred spirit in Sean Lee

Despite being sidelined all of last season due to injury, Dallas Cowboys’ Jaylon Smith has been receiving a first-class NFL education from Pro Bowl linebacker Sean Lee. When the Dallas Cowboys used the 34th overall selection in the 2016 NFL Draft to select injured Notre Dame linebacker Jaylon Smith, the Cowboys knew they had a […] Dallas Cowboys: Jaylon Smith finds a kindred spirit in Sean Lee - The Landry Hat - The Landry Hat - A Dallas Cowboys Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

FOX Sports

Tech company uses data from jumps to predict injuries

MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) The epiphany hit Phil Wagner about a decade ago when he was stuck in Southern California traffic pouring over reams of data in his car and he realized how he could take information about how athletes jump and land and predict where they are most susceptible to their next injury.


Decision on Eagles' Mathews unlikely before August

The Eagles have been expected to release Ryan Mathews since the end of the 2016 season, but neck surgery has pushed that decision into August, at least, a source close to the situation said.


Eagles release CB Dwayne Gratz; place DT Beau Allen, CB Sidney Jones on non-football injury list

The Eagles made some roster moves before opening training camp on Monday.

Inside The Star

Cowboys Camp 2017: What Starting Positions Are Open?

The Dallas Cowboys open their 2017 training camp tomorrow afternoon. Going into any camp, one of the key areas of focus is any position that doesn’t have an established starter. To help you get ready for following camp, we’re going to quickly outline what starting jobs are up for grabs right now. Before we get into the open positions, let’s look at the ones that are likely already set. Barring injuries or some other unpredictable occurrence, here are the guys who you can bet on starting this season: OFFENSE QB – Dak Prescott RB – Ezekiel Elliott WR – Dez Bryant, Terrance...

CSN Philly

Eagles place Beau Allen, Sidney Jones on Active/NFI list in series of roster moves

The Eagles on Sunday placed Beau Allen and Sidney Jones on the Active/Non-football injury list in a series of minor roster moves. By Dave Zangaro

Dallas Cowboys Blog | Dallas Morning News

Jerry Jones on Jaylon Smith taking part in first training camp: 'it's like watching a No. 1 draft pick'

OXNARD, Calif. - Jerry Jones isn't in the business of managing expectations, and that's particularly evident when it comes to Jaylon Smith.The linebacker will be limited when training camp practices open here Monday, but that hasn't diminished Jones' enthusiasm for the player he picked in the second round in the 2016 draft despite Smith having suffered a severe knee injury.Jones pointed out again Sunday that he believes he took a player who could have been at the top of the draft."To me it's like watching a No. 1 draft pick coming out here for the first time," Jones said during the annual...

Miami Herald

Miami Dolphins to fund concussion testing for Miami-Dade public schools

The Miami Dolphins will pay to have approximately 15,000 Miami-Dade public high school athletes undergo baseline concussion tests as well as get other benefits during the 2017 school year. At …


Optimum Performance: NFL fantasy athletes bleed real blood

According to the Washington Post, "there were 57 ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) injuries suffered by players during the 2013 preseason and regular season, down from 63 such injuries in 2012 and only slightly up from 55 in 2011."

Lombardi Ave. | FanSided

Earl Dotson: Packers right tackle spent career hampered by injuries

Earl Dotson, a mountain of a man who played right tackle for the Green Bay Packers for 10 years, was a member of the championship team of 1996 and held down the position for the Packers for the bulk of the 1990s. However, like so many other players, it was the injuries that slowed him and […] Earl Dotson: Packers right tackle spent career hampered by injuries - Lombardi Ave - Lombardi Ave - A Green Bay Packers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Seattle Times

Seahawks training camp countdown: Who will emerge as the starting tailback?

While the question of who will start at tailback is an intriguing one for the Seahawks, the team is glad mostly just to have a strong competition at the spot after injuries hit hard in 2016.

The MMQB | SI.com

Why Athletes With Foot and Ankle Injuries Will Now Head to the City of Green Bay

The opening of Bellin Health Titletown, and the addition of Dr. Robert Anderson, makes Green Bay the top destination for star athletes with foot and ankle injuries.

True Blue | Bergen Record

Carolina Panthers release veteran tackle Michael Oher, who failed physical

Carolina releases veteran tackle, who'd battle concussion symptoms for months, with failed physical designation.        

CSN MidAtlantic

Ravens make several roster moves

The Ravens made several moves Thursday. They waived defensive back Daniel Henry with an injury designation, and placed offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor on the non-football injury list. The Ravens also placed receiver Aaron Bailey and defensive end Patrick Ricard on the physically unable to perform list.

CSN New England

Patriots release OL Chase Farris with non-football injury designation

The Patriots released one of the offensive linemen on Thursday. They now have space to add one more body before training camp kicks off next week. 

LA Times

Ian Poulter bounces back with strong round at British Open

Sometimes, players have to reboot their careers and work their way back up. That’s the case for Ian Poulter, who was runner-up at Birkdale in 2008 and got up as high as No. 5 in the world rankings before his star faded. Poulter was sidelined for four months with a foot injury last year, and, having...

Lombardi Ave. | FanSided

Aaron Taylor: Packers O-lineman earned Super Bowl championship

Embed from Aaron Taylor , a first round draft pick by Ron Wolf and Mike Holmgren in the 1994 NFL Draft, was only in Green Bay for four years, but he was a productive member of the team, despite injuries. Taylor played his last two years in the NFL for the then-San Diego Chargers, but  before that – […] Aaron Taylor: Packers O-lineman earned Super Bowl championship - Lombardi Ave - Lombardi Ave - A Green Bay Packers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Inside The Star

Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith Will Wear A Richie Brace In 2017

There are a lot of misconceptions and misunderstandings about the Dallas Cowboys second year linebacker Jaylon Smith heading into the 2017 season. It’s understandable considering the lengthy rehab he has had to go through and the expectations a lot of fans have for him this season. But, I thought it was time to put one of those misunderstandings to rest for good. It’s no secret Jaylon Smith has had to go through a lengthy and difficult rehab to recover from his ACL/MCL injury he sustained in his last collegiate game. But, just about everybody has been focused on his nerve regeneration in...

Inside The Star

Dallas Cowboys Re-Sign LB Justin Durant

For the second straight season, concerns and lack of depth at the linebacker position have brought veteran LB Justin Durant back to the Dallas Cowboys. Durant appeared in 13 games for the Cowboys in 2016 after spending 2015 with the Falcons. The 31-year old Durant previously started with the Cowboys in 2013, missing six games to injury, and in 2014 for six starts alongside Rolando McClain – the reason he was brought back for 2016 and now at least into training camp for the upcoming season. Taylor Stern on Twitter DallasCowboys have officially signed LB Justin Durant and have released CB...

Dallas Cowboys Blog | Dallas Morning News

Report: Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith's nerve continues to improve, latest test shows

Jaylon Smith's arrow continues to point up.According to an ESPN report, a recent electromyography (EMG) test showed the nerve in his left leg is continuing to regenerate, and hope remains a full recovery is months down the road.The EMG test assesses the health of Smith's muscles and the nerve cells that control them. The last one in April showed significant improvement.Smith was drafted in 2016, but did not play all of last season as he recovered from a severe knee injury. His progress and ability to play and practice will be among the most-watched storylines of camp and the preseason. A...

Derek Carr should thank Kirk Cousins for deal

Even though there is an injury risk, Oakland Raiders' Derek Carr is investing in his future now and could end up in a similar situation to Kirk Cousins.

Is Atlanta Falcons' Trufant worth $68.75 million?

Desmond Trufant is still recovering from injury but the Atlanta Falcons didn't want to risk the cornerback hitting the open market next year.

Cam Newton to undergo shoulder surgery, miss OTAs with Carolina Panthers

Darin Gantt explains how surprised he was to hear that Cam Newton needed surgery, how the Panthers can alter their offense and if Carolina could take a chance on Colin Kaepernick.