Latest NFL Rumors and News
As teams across the NFL are meeting for training camp and getting ready for the season, things could change between now and the end of the 2013 preseason as there will be a lot of news and even more speculations. Some players will be cut, position will be battle and settle, and injuries will come.
Here’s a look at the news and notes from around the NFL until today:
The Cleveland Browns had good news this week as it was report that running back Trent Richardson, who has been having a shin injury, is been release to practice fully. As well, the Washington Redskins had also great news at their quarterback Robert Griffin’s surgically repaired knee has also been release for practice on their training camp, which started today.
Since the star of their training season, the Dallas Cowboys has been having some bad luck as defensive tackle Jay Ratliff got a hamstring injury, rookie defensive end Tyrone Crawford was lost for the season after tearing his Achilles tendon this past weekend, and some days ago the defensive end Anthony Spencer has been unable to practice due to a bone bruise on his knee, which will leave him at the sideline prematurely.
On the other hand, the San Francisco 49ers placed wide receiver Michael Crabtree on the active/PUP list this past Monday. This move means that Crabtree, who tore his Achilles tendon in offseason workouts, will open the 2013 season on the PUP list and at least lost the first six games of the season.
Moreover, the running back Jonathan Stewart of the Carolina Panthers, who had an ankle surgery in offseason still not ready to stand on the field.
Finally, the Oakland Raiders and the Carolina Panthers have a high interest level in signing free agent offensive lineman Travelle Wharton. Wharton was cut by the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday after just one season on the roster, since he didn’t play that much due to a torn ACL. We will see what will be the luck of the offensive lineman in the following days.
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