- The attorney of 49ers LB Reuben Foster‘s ex-girlfriend, Elissa Ennis, said her client plans to testify on Thursday that her domestic violence allegations against Foster were a lie. (Matt Barrows)
- According to Ennis, that the injuries she suffered, including a swollen lip and a ruptured eardrum, came from a prior fight with a woman.
- Last week, Foster pleaded not guilty to the three felony charges of domestic violence with infliction of great bodily injury, forcefully preventing a victim from reporting a crime, and possession of an assault weapon.
Cardinals HC Steve Wilks confirmed on Tuesday that the team is aware of second-round WR Christian Kirk‘s disorderly conduct and property damage charge from back in February and still believes he’s a “great character” player.
“Well, I’m not going to go indulge in what he told us, but I will say this, we knew about it. We did our own independent research on it and we felt very good about the information that we received and that’s why we moved forward in really drafting him,” said Wilks, via Josh Weinfuss of ESPN. “As I stated before, we want to bring in great character guys and I think Christian is one of those guys. I think the situation is going to resolve itself here in a couple of months. And with it still being an on-going legal issue, I’m not going to go into it any further than that.”
- According to Kent Somers, Cardinals LT D.J. Humphries (knee) is participating in “every period of practice” on a limited basis and is “on track” to be ready by the start of the season.
- Rams HC Sean McVay said that Matt Longacre and Samson Ebukam will be “in the mix” for a starting outside linebacker role. (Myles Simmons)
- Rams claimed RB Larry Rose off of waivers from the Titans. (NFLTR)
- Rams waived OLB Carlos Thompson with an injury designation. (NFLTR)
- Rams signed RB Nick Holley, S Afolabi Laguda, TE Codey McElroy, S Steven Parker, QB Luis Perez, and DE Brian Womac.
- Rams signed DT Dalton Keene and S Charles Williams. (NFLTR)
- Rams waived FB Sam Rogers and RB Lenard Tillery.