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Thursday web roundup: Minnesota Vikings

Chart: Vikings players with something on the line in finale Feed Loader This is a 2015 photo of Taylor Heinicke of the Minnesota Vikings NFL football team. This image reflects the Minnesota Vikings ... Improved depth gives Vikings an edge EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Cornerback Captain Munnerlyn started all 16 games last year, but that streak likely will end when the Minnesota Vikings...
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Thursday web roundup: Dallas Cowboys

Big D Could Rise Again Two of the biggest risks taken by the Cowboys—signing Greg Hardy and drafting .... Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo hands the ball off to Darren McFadden ... Jerry Jones Says Dallas Cowboys' Running Game Must Earn Opponents’ Respect Jones talks after cutting the ribbon celebrating the public opening of the One World Observatory in the Manhattan...
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Packers sticking with Casey Hayward despite progress of rookie cornerbacks

The Green Bay Packers will stick with cornerback Casey Hayward despite his struggles during the preseason and the emergence of rookies Damarious Randall, Quinten Rollins, and LaDarius Gunter. "I think Casey can be a really, really good player, and I think he's going to show it," defensive backs coach Joe Whitt said, via ESPN. "I could be wrong, but he's going to have to prove...
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Khalil Mack on rookie DE Mario Edwards: 'That dude is special'

Oakland Raiders second-year linebacker Khalil Mack was the rookie in 2014 everyone called special, but in 2015, it's his turn to anoint and he selected first-year defensive end Mario Edwards as that player. “That dude [Edwards] is special,” Mack said, via Raiders.com. “We were talking about the tackles and he went out and executed. He stepped up big on that one sack late...
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Chiefs looking to build on the past two seasons

Kansas City Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt said at the team's annual kickoff luncheon at the Marriott Downtown that he expects further improvement from his team after two solid seasons of rebuilding. “I think we have a very talented roster, I think we have a very deep roster,” Hunt said, via KansasCity.com.  “I think Andy, his coaching staff, John Dorsey and his staff have...
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Eagles still working on defensive secondary going into fourth preseason game

Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly said that the team is still trying to evaluate their defensive backfield and the fourth preseason game will help answer the questions the staff has on certain players “Feel real confident with Walter [Thurmond] and Malcolm [Jenkins],” Kelly said, via CSN Philly. “I still think we’ve got to figure out who our third and fourth safeties...
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Mike Pettine says fourth preseason game still has a lot of meaning

Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine said that there are many opportunities up for grabs in the team's fourth preseason game and that's when a player can flash to show what he's got. “They are fighting for a roster spot – so let’s see who can step up,” Pettine said, via ClevelandBrowns.com. “We saw Isaiah Crowell, a perfect example of a guy who did it a year ago....
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Vikings working on fixing offensive line after injuries

Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Norv Turner has a lot of work to do in evaluating and figuring out what the opening day lineup for the offensive line is going to be. After a season-ending injury to Phil Loadholt, while John Sullivan missed the past two weeks of training camp with back spasms. "We’re getting a lot of practice at it because we went through the entire...
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OC Norv Turner: We’re going to be a good running football team

Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Norv Turner said the return of running back Adrian Peterson may have added the potent kick to the running game, but there are others who have the play-caller believing the team's ground game will be very productive. “I think it’s really difficult to make an assessment  of the running game in the preseason,” Turner said, via the Star...
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John Fox unsure if WR Alshon Jeffery will be ready for start of regular season

Chicago Bears coach John Fox was posed the question of wide receiver Alshon Jeffery’s chances of playing in the season opener against the Packers. Jeffery’s lack of time in training camp and preseason seems to has caused a setback in conditioning and put at risk his availability to start the season. "As I’ve mentioned a lot of times, I’d prefer they’re out here,"...
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Steelers will pass on DT Phil Taylor due to knee problems

According to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Pittsburgh Steelers will not sign veteran defensive tackle Phil Taylor due to a bad knee which will require surgery. Dulac writes: 'Taylor, a former No. 1 draft choice in 2011 who played at Penn State and Baylor, visited the Steelers’ South Side facility Wednesday, just one day after being released by the Browns...
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Less-than-100 percent Terrelle Pryor looks to survive roster cut

Former quarterback and current Cleveland Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor is heading into the team's final preseason game 70-80 percent healthy while still recovering from his hamstring injury. This will be his first preseason game with the team and pretty much his only opportunity to convince coaches that he deserves a spot on the 53-man roster. A tricky situation to...
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Thursday web roundup: New England Patriots

New England Patriots Rumors: Signing Jackson Makes Plenty of Sense With surprisingly few reported suitors right now, New England should swoop in and sign Jackson as they configure their roster heading into the ... Hart: 'Not crazy' to think Patriots could trade Nate Solder With roster cuts on the horizon, will the New England Patriots make any surprise moves? On Arbella Early...
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Thursday web roundup: Green Bay Packers

RB Rajion Neal Emerging Everyone knows about Eddie Lacy; he is the constant in the Packers offense. Even James Starks, his backup, is a fantastic complement to Lacy's running style ... Get to know: Packers offensive lineman Josh Walker Green Bay — Josh Walker is paying his dues, trying to earn a spot on the ... by Packers general manager Ted Thompson to Green Bay's practice...
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Thursday web roundup: Pittsburgh Steelers

Steelers passing on Taylor because of knee problem According to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Steelers are taking a pass on the recent visitor because they think he has a bad knee which will ... Steelers Job For Villanueva's Taking The Carolina Panthers tonight mark the end of a long preseason for the shellshocked Pittsburgh Steelers, who've lost two placekickers...
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Saints place three on IR

After going unclaimed off waivers, the New Orleans Saints brought back safety Vinnie Sunseri, wide receiver Nick Toon and linebacker Ronald Powell, who'll all get an injured reserve designation, according to The Times-Picayune. Sunseri, a fifth round of the NFL Draft by the Saints in 2014, played mostly special teams his rookie year before breaking his arm in November. Powell...
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Raiders ink veteran LB Lorenzo Alexander

The Oakland Raiders agreed to to terms with veteran linebacker Lorenzo Alexander on Wednesday, the team announced. Alexander, about to play in his ninth NFL season, recently played for Arizona, with stops in Washignton, Carolina and Baltimore. He has 154 tackles (95 solo), nine sacks, three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and six passes defensed in his career, whie appearing...
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LeSean McCoy's status for week 1 in jeopardy

According to a source, Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy may not available for Week 1 of the regular season, although head coach Rex Ryan remains pretty optimistic. "Well we certainly expect him to be ready to go, I hope," Ryan said, per ESPN. "If not then the next man has to step up. Boobie [Dixon] got a lot of reps out there today. Bryce Brown got a lot of reps [Wednesday...
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Bryant suspension thrusts Darrius Heyward-Bey into 'big role' on offense

Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey would get "an opportunity to do a lot" in the absence of Martavis Bryant, who will begin a four -game suspension when the regular season starts. Heyward-Bey was the No. 7 overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft and only has one year of 700-plus receiving yards in seven NFL seasons. Despite his low production...
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WR Randall Cobb: 'We still don't know severity' of shoulder injury

According to Packers News, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb, who was unable to participate in the final training camp practice on Tuesday due to a sprained right shoulder, said that he doesn't plan on being out too long. “I don’t plan on missing a game,” Cobb said. "I'm doing everything in my power to get back before then, but we still don't know severity...
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Rookie CB Trae Waynes says he's 'feeling more comfortable and understanding the system'

Minnesota Vikings first round pick cornerback Trae Waynes had a rough start to his NFL career, looking shaky in coverage and understanding his assignments, but as the weeks have passed, the young cover man feels he is coming around. “I think I’ve improved week by week, so hopefully the streak continues,” Waynes said, via Craig Peters of Vikings.com. “I’m feeling more...
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OL coach Tom Cable confident about offensive line: 'Just watch, you’ll see'

The Seattle Seahawks have had their fair share of turnover and injuries to the offensive line, but, line coach Tom Cable isn't worried about the unit. Cable has settled into a group (Russell Okung, Justin Britt, Drew Nowak, J.R. Sweezy and Garry Gilliam) and sees them getting better as the team heads towards the regular season. “I think we’re kind of settled in as to where...
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QB Derek Carr working to get on the same page as rookie WR Amari Cooper

Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr heard the raves during the offseason about the progress he's made and ability of first round pick wide receiver Amari Cooper, but since the preseason started, the two haven't made a full connection. Carr said getting better chemistry in game action is what on the menu for the two youngsters. “So close, man. There are just too many things...
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Colts DT Arthur Jones could miss entire season

Indanapolis Colts defensive tackle Arthur Jones will reportedly need ankle surgery to repair torn ligaments, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, which has the potential to put his availability for the entire season in doubt. Jones, who had 23 tackles and 1 1/2 sacks in nine games last year, could be placed on the injured reserve/designated to return list. #Colts DL Art Jones...
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Injured Robert Turbin to miss an extended amount of time?

Seattle Seahawks backup running back Robert Turbin injured his ankle in Saturday's preseason matchup against San Diego,a dn it may keep him out of the lineup for a good amount on time, according to head coach Pete Caroll, per seattlepi.com. “Robert’s got a sprained ankle,” Carroll revealed Tuesday. “It’s a significant ankle sprain. We have to see what that means....
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