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Giants take Henry Hynoski off of PUP list

The Giants have taken fullback Henry Hynoski off of the PUP list and will have him practice on Thursday, the Bergen Record reports. Hynoski has recovered from a lateral plateau fracture on his left knee suffered in late May.

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Hakeem Nicks continues to improve

Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks continues to improve as practice goes on, reports the Newark Star-Ledger. The report said in Wednesday’s practice “Nicks looked the best” he’s been in camp today. The report added that in end zone drills he had a nice grab right before the pylon. In the next set of drills, he nabbed […]

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Michael Floyd getting rave reviews

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians and quarterback Carson Palmer continue to rave about second-year receiver Michael Floyd, reports arizonasports.com. “We expect Mike to have a big year,” Palmer said. “He’s done a great job in camp. He’s made a lot of big plays.” Arians said he expects Floyd to “be a playmaker. And when his opportunities come, […]

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Robert Griffin III seeing more run in practice

Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III practiced against the starting defense for the first time Wednesday since last season, as he continues to show signs that he will be ready to return from knee surgery for the start of the season. According to an ESPN.com report, Griffin received some work against the first-time defense, albeit not in full […]

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Jermaine Kearse ‘most improved’ at Seahawks camp

Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse barely made any impact as a receiver in his rookie season, but that could change this season, if his training camp performanceis any indication. “Jermaine deserves the most improved award,” quarterback Russell Wilson told the Seattle Times Wednesday. “He was great before he came in, but he’s electrifying out there. […]

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Santonio Holmes doesn’t sound optimistic

Though he hopes to be ready for the start of the regular season, Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes told reporters Wednesday there is still no timetable for his return from a foot injury. “I never had one from the start,” Holmes said. “Coming off of injury, the first time, just letting the foot heal up and […]

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Arian Foster expects to skip preseason action

Texans running back Arian Foster does not think he needs the preseason to get up to speed, despite just being activated from the PUP list Wednesday. “I’m not a huge fan of preseason,” Foster told reporters. “I feel like I’ll be ready for Sept. 9 without. I’ve just got to get myself acclimated.” Foster has been […]

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Sean Weatherspoon will play Saturday

Falcons linebacker Sean Weatherspoon has returned from his dislocated finger and will play Saturday against the Titans, according to the team’s website. He practiced in full Wednesday. Defensive end Osi Umenyiora said it’s great to have the defensive leader back. “Spoon is awesome,” Umenyiora said. “He’s a great guy to have back there. He calls things out […]

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Jamaal Charles ‘marching up and down’ steep hill in rehab

Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is not practicing Wednesday, but he’s “doing rehab work by marching up and down the steep grassy hill next to [the] indoor facility,” reports the Associated Press. Charles remains day-to-day with a foot strain.

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Braylon Edwards: ‘I can play at an elite level’

Braylon Edwards hasn’t topped 50 catches since 2010. But the 30-year-old Jets receiver says “the talent is there” for him to return to an elite level. “I’m starting to get into camp shape, that groove, that vibe,” Edwards said, via ESPN.com. “Now is the chance to really go after it and really show these guys […]

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