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  • 8/21, 10:01 am
    • Johnson left Sunday's game against the...

      Johnson left Sunday's game against the Falcons with a left hamstring injury, Chris Adamski of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.

      Analysis: Johnson exited in the first half of Sunday's contest and didn't return. With the linebacker coming off a season in which he landed on injured reserve with an ankle injury, the Steelers will likely exercise caution with him in order to avoid a possible setback before the start of the regular season.

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  • 8/21, 9:56 am
    • Toomer registered five tackles (four solo)...

      Toomer registered five tackles (four solo) in Sunday's preseason loss to the Saints.

      Analysis: Perhaps more importantly, Nick Dzubnar, Toomer's main competition for the other inside linebacker job alongside Jatavis Brown, failed to make a tackle on Saints' running back Alvin Kamara that led to a 50-yard touchdown run to begin the first quarter. That misplay drew the ire of head coach Anthony Lynn after the game, which gives further credence to the notion that Toomer is the frontrunner for a starting role. In 13 games last season, Toomer tallied 75 tackles and became a surprisingly reliable IDP option after the Chargers were besieged by injuries.

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  • 8/21, 9:53 am
    • Siemian appears to be ahead of...

      Siemian appears to be ahead of Paxton Lynch in the competition for the starting quarterback and could be formally named the starter as soon as Monday, Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Siemian and Paxton Lynch have dueled for the second straight summer for the right to open the campaign as the Broncos' signal caller. Like last season, it appears Siemian is destined to earn that designation, as he's most closely met new coach Vance Joseph's criteria with his play thus far in training camp. In two preseason appearances, Siemian has completed 14 of 18 passes for 144 yards and a touchdown, while Lynch has gone 15 for 22 for just 81 yards. Neither player has turned the ball over, but Siemian showed last season that he's quite capable of limiting mistakes, a trait Joseph values.

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  • 8/21, 9:47 am
    • Graham left Monday's practice with a...

      Graham left Monday's practice with a strained triceps muscle, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: The good news is that Graham's injury isn't considered serious, but the Eagles will likely exercise caution with the defensive end with the start of the regular season just around the corner. Graham is coming off another strong campaign in 2016, during which he recorded 5.5 sacks and a career-high 41 solo tackles.

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  • 8/21, 9:35 am
    • Stafford hasn't determined whether he'll continue...

      Stafford hasn't determined whether he'll continue to negotiate a contract extension once the regular season starts, ESPN's Michael Rothstein reports.

      Analysis: Stafford is entering the final year of his contract with the Lions and would become an unrestricted free agent next offseason if he's unable to reach terms on a new deal with the team. Unless progress is made within the next few weeks, Stafford's contract could become an issue heading into the regular season, and it's unclear whether he'd be willing to continue to negotiate or prefer to revisit discussions after the campaign.

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