- Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that an MRI on Bills rookie LB Reggie Ragland’s knee was inconclusive, and he’s now planning to get a second opinion.
- According to Tony Grossi, Browns first-round WR Corey Coleman has been impressive during the first week of training camp and has been as HC Hue Jackson advertised.
- In regards to QB Robert Griffin III, his teammates have praised his play. Grossi expects Jackson to name Griffin the starting quarterback at some point early next week.
Seahawks HC Pete Carroll offered some praise for backup QB Trevone Boykin and is confident he can help them if needed.
“Something good every day, really he’s handling it,” Carroll said of Boykin, via Pro Football Talk. “He is in command of the huddle. He has got a terrific physical ability; he can throw, he can run, he can do all that stuff in similar style. He can do the same things that we try to do with Russ. So now it is just a long journey to get him right in a lot of areas. He has got the makeup, it appears, and I am really excited about him. We know, we have watched him play enough, he’s got football kind of playmaking abilities. He is always able to make things happen and in a very similar fashion as Russell did. We’re very confident that he has a chance to help us.”
- Paul Kuharsky of ESPN believes that veteran WR Justin Hunter is unlikely to make the team.
- Along with Hunter, Kuharsky writes that either Harry Douglas or Andre Johnson will likely be left off the roster.
- As for the fullback position, Kuharsky mentions that undrafted rookie Sam Bergen has looked good, with a team source referring to him as “solid.“