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    Cleveland Browns star Myles Garrett flipped his Porsche several times after leaving the team facility on Monday, but managed to escape with only minor injuries. The 26-year-old Garett and his passenger were both transported to a nearby hospital after the accident, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol. Neither alcohol nor drugs played a factor in the crash, according to police, and both he and his female passenger were wearing seatbelts. Traffic charges are pending, according to the OSHP.  Weather could have been a contributing factor in the accident because it was raining around the team facility in Berea, Ohio on Monday. According to WKYC both Myles Garrett and his passenger were wearing their seatbelts and impairment is NOT suspected. Both were taken to hospital for non-life threatening injuries. #Browns pic.twitter.com/OB9ryQ7k9L— Regulators Podcast  ???????? (@RegulatorsPod) September 26, 2022 Cleveland Browns star Myles Garrett flipped his Porsche several times after leaving the team facility on Monday, but managed to escape with only minor injurie Garrett's car is believed to drifted off the right side of the road before flipping several...
    The Ravens’ cornerback room is in flux as Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins approaches. Four days after Week 1 starter Kyle Fuller suffered a season-ending knee injury, projected Week 2 starters Marlon Humphrey (groin) and Brandon Stephens (quadriceps) were limited and missing at practice Thursday, respectively. The Ravens could get some help Sunday against the Miami Dolphins with the activation of Marcus Peters (knee), a full participant in practice Thursday for the first time this season. Coach John Harbaugh sidestepped a question Monday about how close Peters was to playing in the season opener. After running extensively before the game inside MetLife Stadium, the three-time Pro Bowl selection was inactive. “I don’t have the measurement on that,” said Harbaugh, who’s scheduled to address reporters after practice Friday. “That’s not something I have a number on.” Depending on their secondary’s health, the Ravens could lean on rookies Damarion “Pepe” Williams and Jalyn Armour-Davis to contain explosive wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. Rookie defensive tackle Travis Jones (knee), who missed all of practice last week and the team’s opener,...
    Chicago Bears coach Matt Eberflus looked at a reporter after Tuesday’s Family Fest practice at Soldier Field and asked his own question. “Have you played receiver?” he asked, putting on his recruiting hat from his days as a college coach. No, the Bears haven’t reached that point yet, but their depth continues to be depleted after yet another wide receiver was injured during practice. David Moore suffered an apparent right leg injury during one-on-one drills, and trainers spent several minutes examining him before calling for a cart. Moore didn’t put weight on his leg as trainers helped him to the cart. Moore was one of five Bears receivers who missed practice Tuesday. Darnell Mooney and Equanimeous St. Brown are their top two healthy receivers, but the injuries have made the depth beyond that murky. “It does make it difficult,” Eberflus said. “You lose men on a 90-man roster and it makes it difficult for the other guys. We’re at that situation where we’ve got to just keep on working through it. Next man up and the whole roster is going...
    SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo is dealing with injuries to his right thumb and right shoulder as he prepares for Saturday’s divisional round playoff game at Green Bay. Garoppolo was limited at practice Tuesday for the 49ers (11-7). He played through the thumb injury the past two weeks after missing one game, and hurt his shoulder in the first half of last week’s 23-17 playoff win over Dallas. “It’s playoff football,” Garoppolo said. “We know what time it is. No time to rest right now.” Garoppolo struggled in the second half against the Cowboys, going 5 for 11 for 39 yards and an interception. “Every throw is impacted,” he said. “It’s a shoulder injury, so any type of throw, you’re going to feel it. It’s going to change things. But it’s similar to when I was first dealing with the thumb. My body’s learning and I have to adapt to it.” When asked whether the thumb or shoulder bothered him more, Garoppolo simply answered “Yes. I don’t know. They’re pretty close.”...
    (AP) — A half dozen players missed practice Wednesday, which was moved indoors with hurricane force winds whipping through the Rocky Mountains: DE Dre’Mont Jones (foot), ILB Kenny Young (head), RT Bobby Massie (hip), S Kareem Jackson (back), S Caden Sterns (shoulder/neck) and OLB Stephen Weatherly (non-COVID illness). (© Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
    Chicago Bears edge rusher Khalil Mack remains out with a left foot injury, leaving his status for this week and beyond still in doubt. Mack was one of seven players who didn’t practice Wednesday afternoon at Halas Hall as the Bears gear up for Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens at Soldier Field. Mack hasn’t played since the Bears’ loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Oct. 24. It remains to be seen whether he will be able to return to the field soon or whether the Bears will move him to injured reserve. Mack wasn’t the only notable absentee at practice inside the Walter Payton Center. Safety Eddie Jackson (hamstring) and defensive lineman Akiem Hicks (ankle) also did not participate. On offense, receiver Allen Robinson remains out with a hamstring issue that popped up during the latter stages of the team’s 29-27 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 8. Robinson had a key 39-yard reception on the team’s go-ahead touchdown drive in the fourth quarter of that game. But he was not on the field...
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs practiced without five key starters Wednesday, including wide receiver Tyreek Hill and pass rusher Chris Jones, adding a long list of physical ailments to their battered pride five games into the season. Hill was out with a bruised quad that he sustained in Sunday night’s blowout loss to the Bills, when the Chiefs also lost running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire to a sprained knee ligament. Jones continues to deal with a lingering wrist injury. Also missing practice with knee inflammation was linebacker Anthony Hitchens, who calls the plays in the middle of the defense. Defensive back Charvarius Ward remained out with a quad injury that sidelined him against Buffalo, and starting guard Joe Thuney missed practice with a broken hand sustained against the Bills. Backup tight end Blake Bell joined the long list of starters on the sideline with a sore back as the Chiefs, at 2-3 and in last place in the AFC West, prepared for their trip to Washington on Sunday. ___ More AP NFL coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL...
    20 of the greatest love songs in country music history America’s 50 Best Cities to Live On paper, Week 5's Thursday night game between the Rams and Seahawks looked like it might be the best one of the season. And, in fairness, it was a pretty entertaining game throughout, albeit not necessarily a well-played one. But it was marred by Russell Wilson suffering a finger injury that looks like it might end his consecutive games played streak at 148.  I've got my full recap of that game and the fallout from Wilson's injury for you in today's newsletter, along with one last look at the top storylines and all the injuries you need to know about for Week 5 before Sunday when we have to lock our lineups in fully. And, unfortunately, we're probably going to head into Sunday morning with a lot of lingering questions out there, an issue that will only be compounded by the fact that we have our first London game of the season, with the Falcons and Jets set to kick off bright and...
    INDIANPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich thought Carson Wentz and T.Y. Hilton were headed toward a big season. Now it’s unclear if either will play in the Sept. 12 season opener. While Wentz should return to practice with no limitations this week, a promising sign he could start against Seattle, Reich announced Sunday that Hilton is out indefinitely with a disk injury. The four-time Pro Bowl receiver aggravated it during Wednesday’s final training camp practice. “He was experiencing some discomfort during the trip to Detroit,” Reich said, referring to Friday night’s preseason finale. “The doctors looked at it, it is a disk issue. More opinions to come. We’ve got all the right people on it. He will miss some games, we don’t know how many but we’re optimistic it’s not season ending.” Reich acknowledged Hilton previously complained about pain in his back or neck before the diagnosis. Hilton has been the undisputed leader of the Colts receiving group since 2013 when he posted the first of four straight 1,000-yard seasons. He topped the 1,000-yard mark for the fifth...
    Getty Aaron Jones #33 of the Green Bay Packers works out during training camp at Ray Nitschke Field on July 29, 2021 in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin. The Green Bay Packers still have more than a month left until their 2021 season opener against the New Orleans Saints, and that might be a good thing considering the number of players currently sidelined with injuries. The Packers added five more names to their injury list for Monday’s training-camp practice, including star running back Aaron Jones (hamstring) and nose tackle Kenny Clark (groin). Both players were held out of practice and spent the day working with the team’s rehab group, but it remains unclear whether either will miss significant time with their respective injuries. RB Aaron Jones’ injury is a hamstring. He’s working on the side with the rehab group. — Tom Silverstein (@TomSilverstein) August 9, 2021 In addition to Jones and Clark, the Packers also listed new injuries for outside linebacker Rashan Gary (groin) and wide receivers Equanimeous St. Brown (hamstring) and Juwann Winfree (shoulder); though, again, the Packers have not...
    MIAMI (AP) — The Miami Dolphins’ top two running backs missed practice with injuries Wednesday, further complicating efforts to get their ground game going. Myles Gaskin sat out with a knee injury that could sideline him for several weeks, and Matt Breida is nursing a hamstring injury. Gaskin has been the Dolphins’ best backfield threat with 585 yards rushing and receiving, but they rank 28th in the NFL in rushing and next to last in yards per attempt at 3.6. The injuries could mean more playing time Sunday at Arizona for Jordan Howard, a two-time 1,000-yard rusher for the Bears who has run for just 14 yards this year. ___ More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Atlanta’s Julio Jones and Green Bay’s Davante Adams are practicing again after sitting out games over the weekend, but both teams have additional receivers dealing with injuries leading up to their Monday night matchup. Neither Atlanta’s Calvin Ridley nor Green Bay’s Allen Lazard practiced Thursday. Ridley has an ankle problem while Lazard has a core injury. Both players had big games Sunday while Jones and Adams were sidelined. Lazard caught six passes for 146 yards and a touchdown as the Packers won 37-30 at New Orleans. Ridley had five receptions for 110 yards in Atlanta’s 30-26 loss to Chicago. Ridley has 349 yards receiving to rank second in the NFL — behind only Arizona’s DeAndre Hopkins. His four touchdown catches match Tampa Bay’s Mike Evans and Seattle’s Tyler Lockett for the NFL lead. Adams and Jones both practiced on a limited basis Thursday as they recover from hamstring injuries. Adams said Wednesday that he’s “feeling a lot better this week than last week” but added that his return to practice didn’t necessarily mean he’d be...
    DENVER (CBS4) – For the nearly 80% of Colorado high schools choosing to play fall football, practice officially starts Thursday, with the first games scheduled about two weeks later. Injuries typically come with the sport, but this season there’s some added concern because of what’s happening at the pro level. (credit: CBS) When it comes to injuries, it’s been a rough start to the NFL season. Within the first two weeks of the season, countless players have been injured, including big names like Saquon Barkley and Michael Thomas. In Denver, the list of injured Broncos has also continued to stack up. “I think it’s the absence of all the preseason and offseason conditioning, and then the lack of preseason games where people see real, live full-intensity action,” said Dr. Martin Boublik, Denver Broncos head team physician and orthopedic surgeon at UCHealth Steadman Hawkins Clinic Denver. According to Boublik, the same injury problems could plague high school athletes who, after the recent reversal, are now playing a fall season. One issue may be how much summer training programs have varied between...
    DENVER (CBS4) – For the nearly 80% of Colorado high schools choosing to play fall football, practice officially starts Thursday, with the first games scheduled about two weeks later. Injuries typically come with the sport, but this season there’s some added concern because of what’s happening at the pro level. (credit: CBS) When it comes to injuries, it’s been a rough start to the NFL season. Within the first two weeks of the season, countless players have been injured, including big names like Saquon Barkley and Michael Thomas. In Denver, the list of injured Broncos has also continued to stack up. “I think it’s the absence of all the preseason and offseason conditioning, and then the lack of preseason games where people see real, live full-intensity action,” said Dr. Martin Boublik, Denver Broncos head team physician and orthopedic surgeon at UCHealth Steadman Hawkins Clinic Denver. According to Boublik, the same injury problems could plague high school athletes who, after the recent reversal, are now playing a fall season. One issue may be how much summer training programs have varied between...
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — New York Jets wide receivers Breshad Perriman and Jamison Crowder sat out practice with injuries, and they could miss the game at Indianapolis on Sunday. Perriman injured his left ankle last Sunday in New York’s 31-13 loss to San Francisco. Coach Adam Gase didn’t sound optimistic Perriman will be able to play this week or in the Jets’ next game against Denver next Thursday night because of the short turnaround. “You can do the math what it probably looks like, unfortunately,” Gase said Wednesday. “I don’t want to count anybody out, but, I mean, just trying to be realistic on the situation where I think it’d be tough to get him back for that Denver game.” Crowder missed the game against the 49ers after injuring a hamstring. Gase seemed a little more hopeful about his chances than those of Perriman of playing sometime in the next two games. “Yeah, it might be a little different just because maybe there’s a chance we can get Crowder moving around here at the end of the week,” Gase...
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Another day, another wide receiver banged up for the New York Jets. Jeff Smith was the latest to leave practice after injuring a shoulder during drills Saturday. Coach Adam Gase said Smith was scheduled to have an MRI to determine the severity of the injury. Smith, entering his second season with the team, had been seeing increased snaps with the starting offense because of a knee injury that has sidelined Breshad Perriman and a hamstring issue that has kept second-round pick Denzel Mims out since camp began. “I mean, we’re down to six (wide receivers) in practice,” Gase said. “It’s hard to get guys in here. It takes, what, four days with the COVID testing and physicals and let alone a guy being in shape, and then knowing what to do. We just need guys to get healthy, get back. We just have to adjust.” Jamison Crowder, who led the team with a career-high 78 catches last season, is the only healthy starter right now. The Jets also have Chris Hogan, who was signed last...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — More injuries have hit the Denver Broncos’ rookie class. Cornerback Michael Ojemudia missed Sunday’s practice with a thigh injury and linebacker Justin Strnad left practice after hurting a wrist. Ojemudia, a third-round pick from Iowa, will miss at least a week, said coach Vic Fangio, who was unsure of Strnad’s prognosis. Already, speedy receiver/returner K.J. Hamler, the team’s second-round pick, is out for several weeks with a pulled hamstring. (Credit: CBS) The Broncos avoided yet another injury to their rookie draft class when defensive lineman McTelvin Agim, a third-round pick from Arkansas, was thrown to the ground by center Patrick Morris during pass rushing drills Sunday, sparking heated reactions from defenders. Although Morris stayed down for a minute, he returned later in the practice. Morris was pulled from the drill amid the angry reactions. He returned later in the practice and the defense continued razzing him. “He threw the guy down late in the down which is bad to do for two reasons,” Fangio said. “One, it’s a penalty. Two, we don’t throw each other down...
    SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — The San Francisco 49ers had two key players leave practice early Sunday with rookie receiver Brandon Aiyuk and edge rusher Dee Ford each suffering lower-body injuries. There was no immediate word on the extent of the injuries. Aiyuk grabbed the back of his left leg after pulling up on a deep pass during team drills and didn’t return. The first-round pick out of Arizona State had been one of the more impressive players early in camp and is being counted on to be a big contributor this season. The Niners have been hit hard by injuries at receiver already with starter Deebo Samuel sidelined all of training camp with a broken foot that could force him to miss time at the start of the season. Jalen Hurd tore his ACL during camp and will miss the entire year and Richie James Jr. will miss the start of the season after breaking his wrist during offseason training. Ford got hurt earlier in practice when he came up limping after a one-on-one pass rush drill. Trainers worked...
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Denzel Mims might have to wait a little while before catching passes from Sam Darnold again. The rookie wide receiver was sidelined at practice Friday with a hamstring injury that could keep him out at least a few days. Mims, the team’s second-round pick in April, was hurt earlier this week while running routes during drills. Coach Adam Gase said Mims reached for a low throw and “kind of took a weird step.” “He really stretched himself out, and he felt something,” Gase said. “We’re just going to have to see how long it takes.” Mims wasn’t the only player sidelined during the first full practice of training camp. Running back Frank Gore, cornerback Pierre Desir and defensive lineman Bronson Kaufusi are also nursing hamstring injuries, while rookie defensive lineman Jabari Zuniga — a third-round pick — has a quadriceps injury and running back Kenneth Dixon has a hip flexor. Mims is expected to be a key contributor this season while joining a receiving group that includes free-agent addition Breshad Perriman and slot...
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