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  • 8/4, 10:42 am
    • Foster suffered a groin injury during...

      Foster suffered a groin injury during practice Monday night, ESPN's Tania Ganguli reports.

      Analysis: Initially, Foster's limited work Monday was portrayed as a rest issue, but it has now been revealed that he suffered an injury during the Texans' first fully-padded practice. It remains to be seen how much time Foster will miss as a result of the issue, but while he is coming off a solid 13-game effort (1,246 rushing yards) in 2014, the running back's current ailment is reminder that staying on the field remains a variable of note for the 28-year-old, who has missed regular season time (amounting to a total of 14 contests) in three of his last four campaigns with the Texans.

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  • 8/4, 10:26 am
    • The Jaguars have still not had...

      The Jaguars have still not had contact with Blackmon and are not expecting him to return to the team, ESPN reports. "I have not heard anything and I guess I harbor a little bit of hope but realistically I think when you're away from the game for two-and-a-half years what you were once is not what you probably will be," GM David Caldwell said. "Your skills do erode and especially if you're not staying in tip-top shape and you're not in football shape."

      Analysis: Caldwell indicated that the team has not been in contact with the former first-round pick, who last played in Week 8 of the 2013 season before being suspended for his third violation of the league's substance-abuse policy. While the Jaguars have not made an effort to reach out to Blackmon, it's interesting to note that they have not completely moved on. Caldwell's comments seem to suggest that Blackmon can't be the player he once was, but the team has not cut him and Caldwell has stated on multiple occasions that they do not plan to do so. For now, Blackmon remains on the reserve/suspended list, meaning he does not count against the cap or roster limit. As such, his contract is considered "paused" at the time of his suspension, so the Jaguars retain his rights. Blackmon, should he ever return to the NFL, would have roughly two-and-a-half years remaining on his rookie contract.

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  • 8/4, 9:55 am
    • Seferian-Jenkins, who hauled in 21 passes...

      Seferian-Jenkins, who hauled in 21 passes for 221 yards and two TDs in nine games as a rookie last season, reiterated that he is past the back injury that ended his 2014 campaign and led to minor surgery, the Tampa Tribune reports. "Nothing major," Seferian-Jenkins noted in reference to his previous back issue. "Just a nick."

      Analysis: As he approaches his second NFL season, the Bucs are counting on a healthy Seferian-Jenkins to be a key part of the team's offense, now helmed by QB Jameis Winston and coordinated by Dirk Koetter, who sees some Tony Gonzalez in Seferian-Jenkins, who turns 23 in September. It's a comparison that Seferian-Jenkins has predictably downplayed, but the fact remains that the second-year tight end appears destined for an uptick in production in 2015, as one of Winston's featured trio of 6-foot-5 pass-catching targets, a group that also includes talented wideouts Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson.

  • 8/4, 8:55 am
    • Bell -- who is bouncing back...

      Bell -- who is bouncing back from minor knee and Achilles' tendon procedures in January -- worked out on the side with a trainer during Monday's training camp practice, MLive.com reports.

      Analysis: While there is still no timetable with regard to Bell rejoining his teammates on the practice field, the report relays that the running back was "aggressively running suicide sprints," Monday, while suggesting that "it doesn't appear he'll be out of action long." Meanwhile, the Detroit Free Press notes that coach Jim Caldwell indicated Sunday that Bell is in line to see action during the Lions' exhibition season, which further reinforces the notion that the running back's reintroduction to the mix is on the horizon. Upon his return, Bell will look to hold of the challenge of rookie Ameer Abdullah, who has continued to impress during the early stages of training camp.

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  • 8/4, 8:38 am
    • The Eagles are discussing a short-term...

      The Eagles are discussing a short-term deal with Bradford, ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Bradford has taken the majority of the first-team snaps over the first two days of training camp. Head coach Chip Kelly said there would be an open quarterback competition between Bradford and Mark Sanchez, but Bradford has had the upper hand thus far. With a potential contract in the works to extend Bradford past 2015, it seems the Eagles likely view him as their starting quarterback of the present and future.

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