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The Boston College Eagles will feature an updated look on the football field this season. Cheap Justin Hardy Jersey . Out are the plain-shouldered jerseys BC sported last season. In are tops with an updated shoulder striping pattern, along with gold pants to match. Models include linebacker Ty Schwab, wide receiver Charlie Callinan and offensive lineman Joel Rich. Cheap Falcons Jerseys China .ca! Hi Kerry, Heres an interesting one. I know its common knowledge that all players are responsible for their sticks. We witnessed that when Zack Kassian hit Edmontons Sam Gagner in the face after a missed check. Cheap Matt Ryan Jersey . -- There were so many positives from the Orlando Magics first victory of the season that it was hard for coach Jacque Vaughn to stop praising his players. . -- Matt Ryan needed one of the best games of his career to lead the Falcons and their depleted offence out of their three-game losing streak last week. NFL Nation reporters assess the top storylines to watch for every team on Tuesday.NFC East | NFC North | NFC South | NFC West AFC East | AFC North| AFC South | AFC WestAFC EASTBuffalo BillsEven as wide receiver?Sammy Watkins?and defensive linemen?Marcell Dareus and Kyle Williams?return to practice, the injury bug continued to strike. Left tackle Cordy Glenn was in a walking boot Monday, which will likely?keep him out for the foreseeable future, while guard Richie Incognito left Mondays practice with rib soreness. The Bills just need to get through Tuesdays practice healthy as they continue their week of preparation for Saturdays preseason opener against the Colts. -- Mike RodakMiami DolphinsThe Dolphins released their first depth chart of training camp, and rookie first-round pick Laremy Tunsil is officially the second-string left guard. Tunsil has plenty of work ahead in a short span to earn a starting job before the regular season, and a strong performance in practice this week and in Fridays preseason opener against the Giants will go a long way. -- James WalkerNew England PatriotsTom Brady and Drew Brees. Bill Belichick and Sean Payton. Malcolm Butler and Brandin Cooks. The Patriots welcome the Saints to town for joint practices, marking the fourth time in the past six years theyve done so, and there is no shortage of storylines. These teams have a productive working relationship. Heres one storyline to follow: Third-year quarterback?Jimmy Garoppolo has had some rocky moments in each of the past three practices; does that continue against a Saints defense that is trying to turn things around after a forgettable 2015 season? -- Mike ReissNew York JetsThe Jets have an emerging right tackle issue. With starter Breno Giacomini (back) on the physically unable to perform list, and with no experienced backups, the Jets are monitoring other rosters for players who?might shake free. Brent Qvale and Ben Ijalana are splitting reps, but neither one has allayed the teams concerns. Giacomini, himself a marginal starter, has been dealing with back problems since the spring. -- Rich CiminiAFC NORTHBaltimore RavensThe Ravens wont say whether quarterback Joe Flacco will play in the preseason opener, and it would be a surprise if he did. But thats not a reflection of Flaccos progress in coming back from season-ending knee surgery. Flacco is having a strong training camp, and he hasnt missed any reps with the starting offense. Like Flacco said late last month, his goal is to be ready for the start of the regular season, not the preseason. -- Jamison HensleyCincinnati BengalsHealth remains a concern for the Bengals, as they continue waiting on tight ends Tyler Eifert and Tyler Kroft and cornerback Darqueze Dennard to return from respective serious injuries. There is a belief that Kroft (knee) and Dennard (ankle) could be back before the regular season begins. The hope is that Eifert (ankle), too, will return by the season opener at the New York Jets, but its possible he misses a game or more. If he does, Krofts injury status becomes all the more important. Those injury issues are a concern, but the Bengals are otherwise getting healthier. Five players who missed time before Sundays off day practiced Monday. Could more players come off the sidelines Tuesday, when the Bengals hold their final practice before the Vikings join them in Cincinnati for joint practices? Stay tuned. -- Coley HarveyCleveland BrownsThe Browns have made it clear that Robert Griffin III being named the starting quarterback is a beginning, not an end. I think he gets it, coach Hue Jackson said. Its not a big moment to celebrate. Its a moment to buckle down and understand the demands of the position. -- Pat McManamonPittsburgh SteelersThe Steelers come off a rest day and straight into joint practices with the Lions, and Pittsburghs last two first-round picks could use a productive week. Linebacker Bud Dupree and cornerback Artie Burns spent most of last week in street clothes. Dupree has been dealing with a minor groin injury, and Burns has an undisclosed minor injury. Going up against Lions receivers Marvin Jones and Golden Tate in the open field would help Burns bridge the learning curve. He has had a few rough moments covering?Antonio Brown, though thats to be expected. Dupree is eyeing a double-digit sack season and is eager to hit the field. -- Jeremy FowlerAFC SOUTHHouston TexansOutside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney missed his second consecutive practice with an undisclosed injury. Bill OBrien said Sunday that Clowney had been given a day off Sunday, though OBrien?acknowledged the injury and said it is nothing thats serious. Clowney has had an issue staying on the field in his first two NFL seasons, playing in just 17 of 32 games regular-season games. He missed time with a back injury and a Lisfranc sprain in his right foot last season. Prior to his rookie season, Clowney had groin surgery and then sustained a concussion during the preseason. He also seriously injured his knee in the first game of his rookie season and needed two surgeries to repair the lateral meniscus tear. That long list is the reason the injury is?potentially concerning. On Tuesday, we will see if Clowney is back on the field. -- Sarah BarshopIndianapolis ColtsThe Colts return to the practice field Tuesday after taking off Monday following the cancellation of their preseason game against the Packers?on Sunday due to poor field conditions at Tom Benson Stadium in Canton, Ohio. There was some talk of coach Chuck Pagano having his team practice Monday because they didnt play Sunday, but he chose to give them?the day off. The status of starting rookie center Ryan Kelly will be something to keep an eye on Tuesday. The first-round pick out of Alabama has not practiced since July 31 because of a left shoulder strain. -- Mike WellsJacksonville JaguarsThe Jaguars will determine Tuesday whether left tackle Kelvin Beachum (knee) and wide receiver Marqise Lee (hamstring) will play in Thursdays preseason opener against the Jets. Beachum hasnt practiced since last Wednesday, and coach Gus Bradley said its unlikely hell play. Lee, however, returned to practice after missing seven practices, and theres a good chance hell see the field. He hasnt played in a preseason game since his rookie season in 2014. -- Mike DiRoccoTennessee TitansRunning back Bishop Sankey, a second-round pick in 2014, hasnt been playing very high in the rotation. The Titans unofficial depth chart includes six running backs ahead of him. There are some in the organization from the old regime who think he has never been given a fair chance. But hes going to have to show something big in his preseason chances to move into position to win a spot.-- Paul KuharskyAFC WESTDenver BroncosCornerback Aqib Talib was back on the practice field for the Broncos on Monday for the first time since he suffered two wounds in his right leg from one gunshot in early June.?Talib took part in the first 35 minutes of practice. The Broncos plan for the Pro Bowl cornerback is to gradually work him back to full speed with a little more work on the practice field each day. Coach Gary Kubiak said all our work is toward him getting ready to play in the regular-season opener Sept. 8 against the Panthers. But Kubiak said there is a chance Talib could play a smattering of snaps Aug. 27 against the Los Angeles Rams?in the Broncos third preseason game. -- Jeff LegwoldKansas City ChiefsOutside linebacker Dee Ford is one of the players the Chiefs are eager to see in Saturdays preseason opener against the Seahawks. Ford, Kansas Citys first-round pick in 2014, looms as the Chiefs best hope for a potent pass-rusher. They have been practicing without Justin Houston and Tamba Hali, their two top pass-rushers. Hali could return in time for the start of the regular season, but Houstons return would come some time after that, if it comes at all?this season.?-- Adam TeicherOakland RaidersThe Raiders?first unofficial depth chart of the 2016 season was released Monday with no real surprises, although it was intriguing that the defense was listed as a 4-3 base. They have flashed?both 3-4 and 5-2 looks in camp. Still, fullback Jamize Olawale was listed as a starter ahead of four-time Pro Bowl selection Marcel Reece, who has three games remaining on a four-game suspension, and tight end?Lee Smith was ahead of Clive Walford, who is still rounding into shape after his offseason ATV accident. Strong safety Karl Joseph and defensive tackle Jihad Ward were the only rookies listed as first-stringers. They were Oaklands first- and second-round draft picks. -- Paul GutierrezSan Diego ChargersEven though he turns 35 in December, Philip Rivers has thrown the ball with some zip through the first week of training camp. Rivers credits his live arm to a conversation he had with Peyton Manning about staying healthy late in his career. Rivers limited the amount he threw during the offseason, and he also will be on a pitch count during training camp. By limiting his throws, Rivers should help keep his arm fresh for the duration of the season. -- Eric D. WilliamsNFC EASTDallas CowboysThe Cowboys were excited about undrafted rookie wide receiver Andy Jones in the spring, and he has done nothing to disappoint so far in training camp. He wont crack the top three spots held by Dez Bryant, Terrance Williams and Cole Beasley, but considering the time Tony Romo is putting in with Joness, you can see the veteran quarterback likes what he sees. Cheap Falcons Jerseys. Jones?is not the fastest, but he can create separation and does not drop any passes. Its not too big for him, said executive vice president Stephen Jones. And certainly all you have to do, hes one of those that you look at in a uniform and go, Wow. Thats pretty good and then he goes and plays and its still really good. -- Todd ArcherNew York GiantsQuarterback Eli Manning is having a strong training camp. It has been 11 days since his last interception, and with star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. back after missing several days with a leg injury, the offense has really been humming. Manning and Beckham tore up the defense Monday. On Tuesday, the defense will be in search of?a little redemption after a rough few days. -- Jordan RaananPhiladelphia EaglesThe Eagles wont be doing any more live hitting during training camp. Coach Doug Pederson didnt describe that as a change in plans. Rather, Pederson said, the team has just finished six days with a lot of contact and several injuries. I just have to look at the overall health of the football team, Pederson said. Its not about getting somebody hurt, but its about protecting the guys out here. They have been doing an excellent job. -- Phil SheridanWashington RedskinsReceiver Jamison Crowder wont play in Thursdays game against Atlanta because of tightness in his hamstring. Crowder has been running at practice, and its not an issue the Redskins think?will linger. It provides third-year Ryan Grant a chance to get good work Thursday; Grant has been a training camp all-star each of the past two summers, but his production in the regular?season has been limited. With Crowder, Pierre Garcon, DeSean Jackson and first-round pick Josh Doctson on board, Grant needs to find a way to get on the field, so he cant waste opportunities. -- John KeimNFC NORTHChicago BearsThe Bears will continue to monitor Alshon Jefferys progress Tuesday following the receivers limited return to practice Monday. Dressed in full pads, Jeffery did not participate in any team or individual drills but rather worked exclusively on a side field. Still, Jefferys limited participation is a good sign the wideouts mild hamstring injury is improving. Jeffery is not expected to play in Thursdays exhibition opener against the defending Super Bowl champion Broncos, but he could be cleared to practice in the near future. The Bears will also keep close eyes on receiver Eddie Royal and tight end Zach Miller, who are both sidelined with concussions. -- Jeff DickersonDetroit LionsTight end?Eric Ebron was on the practice field Monday, but he wasnt doing any practicing. He was in his jersey and a bucket hat, walking around and trying to help out undrafted rookie Cole Wick. Wick will likely see a lot of work while Ebron recovers from what a source told ESPNS Adam Caplan is an ankle sprain. That likely includes this weeks joint practices Tuesday and Wednesday with the Steelers in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, and the preseason opener Friday against the Steelers. Expect the Lions to be cautious with Ebron during his recovery; he is the teams top tight end and is expected to be a key offensive contributor this fall. -- Michael RothsteinGreen Bay PackersThe Packers shouldnt have any new injuries to worry about, what with the Hall of Fame game being canceled. But there are still plenty of question marks as they head back to work Tuesday: Backup quarterback?Brett Hundley still looked a little gimpy walking around the field in Canton on Sunday evening. He couldnt have played in the Hall of Game but will try to play Friday against the Browns. Five players remain on the PUP list: Jordy Nelson (knee), Jared Cook (ankle), Ty Montgomery (foot), Corey Linsley (hamstring) and Sam Barrington (foot). -- Rob DemovskyMinnesota VikingsMike Zimmer wasnt thrilled with how the VIkings practiced Monday; at one point, he stopped the session to make players do 10 pushups. In general, Zimmer said he has been happy with the way the Vikings have practiced. But in the teams last practice before two days of work against the Bengals in Cincinnati, the Vikings will try to avoid a repeat of what happened last year, when Zimmer cut short their last practice in Mankato and made the team run a lap because of sloppy execution. -- Ben GoesslingNFC SOUTHAtlanta FalconsFirst-round pick Keanu Neals injury is one to watch.?Neal missed Mondays practice with what Falcons coach Dan Quinn called a trunk injury. Neals status for Thursday nights preseason opener against the Redskins is 50-50, but it wouldnt be a surprise to see the Falcons remain cautious and hold him out. Hes expected to be a major contributor as a hard-hitting safety with coverage skills. The goal should be 100 percent health for Week 1 of the regular season, not preseason. All indications point to a?slight strain for Neal. -- Vaughn McClureCarolina PanthersCoach Ron Rivera wasnt happy with the pace or mistakes made in Mondays practice, particularly from his young players and particularly the day after the team worked out in shells. He made sure they knew it, stopping practice to chew out the entire team. Hell be looking for an improvement Tuesday, the final practice before Thursdays preseason opener at Baltimore. The team also awaits the report from a specialist who?is looking at the back of defensive end?Rakim Cox. Rivera didnt sound optimistic Monday. -- David NewtonNew Orleans SaintsThe Saints have arrived in New England, where they will spend the next two days practicing against the Patriots before Thursdays preseason opener. New Orleans rehabbing defense will face the ultimate test against Tom Brady and the impressive tight end duo of Rob Gronkowski and Martellus Bennett. Last season, the Saints linebackers struggled mightily in pass coverage. They were torn up by tight ends in particular. But veteran Dannell Ellerbe -- the Saints best coverage linebacker -- has looked great in camp so far now that hes healthy, and pass coverage seems to be a strength of new backup linebacker?Craig Robertson. It will be interesting to see how they match up. -- Mike TriplettTampa Bay BuccaneersThe Bucs moved Mondays practice from One Buc Place to Tropicana Field, where the Tampa Bay Rays play. Due to the hard playing surface and a field thats not even marked, coach Dirk Koetter nixed the pads and told players no collisions. That didnt stop defensive end Robert Ayers from knocking center Joe Hawley to the ground during 11-on-11s. Ayers response? They get pissed off at us, and we get pissed off at them. Hands may get thrown, but the way I look at it is thats how its supposed to be. He added, Im a naturally pissed-off person. -- Jenna LaineNFC WESTArizona CardinalsRookie cornerback Brandon Williams was listed as one of the Cardinals starting cornerbacks opposite Patrick Peterson on Arizonas first depth chart of the preseason. Though coach Bruce Arians said the depth chart was written with invisible ink, Arians said the starting job is Williams to lose. The third-round pick doesnt feel any pressure to keep the job as incumbent starter Justin Bethel slowly gets healthier. No pressure at all, Williams said. You only got pressure when youre not prepared, not working, not working hard. Theres no pressure on me because Im doing both of those things. -- Josh WeinfussLos Angeles RamsThe Rams debut on Hard Knocks -- the show that takes viewers inside?an NFL training camp -- at 10 p.m. ET Tuesday on HBO. The six-week documentary series will kick off by revisiting the teams move to Los Angeles. Quarterback?Jared Goffs journey through his first training camp is also likely to be a storyline. Its been an exciting process, its been fun, Rams coach Jeff Fisher said of being on the show. The players are out here to help win games and to improve, not to make a movie. Theyre not actors, theyre players. -- staffSan Francisco 49ersWhen the 49ers get back to work Tuesday,?one of their objectives remains sorting through their wide receiver options, particularly in the slot. Bruce Ellington is the odds-on favorite there, but Bryce Treggs has flashed some potential of late and DeAndrew White could also figure into the mix. Coach Chip Kelly likes Ellington because of his sense of spacing, pointing to his time on the hardwood. Hes got his background as a basketball player, Kelly said. So he understands spacing, he understands how to attack a zone, he understands where the soft parts of a zone are. Theres a correlation between guys who played basketball or have a basketball background and then kind of understanding how to operate in there. So I think hes got a real good feel for working in the slot. -- Nick WagonerSeattle SeahawksAll eyes Tuesday will be on running back Thomas Rawls, who is expected to participate in practice for the first time this offseason. Rawls suffered a season-ending ankle injury in December but was taken off of the PUP list Sunday. Were not going to rush him at all. Well take our time, coach Pete Carroll said. Were just going to get him to feel his confidence and get that back. Rawls ran for 830 yards as a rookie and led the NFL with a yards-per-carry?average of 5.65. If he looks close physically to where he was last season, Rawls is in line to be the Seahawks primary ball carrier. -- Sheil Kapadia Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' ' 


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