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  • 7/28, 7:18 am
    • Matthews (knee) is practicing in full...

      Matthews (knee) is practicing in full Friday for a second straight day, but he doesn't appear to be at full strength, Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

      Analysis: While healthy enough to practice, Matthews is apparently still dealing with lingering effects from the knee tendinitis that's bothered him since training camp last year. This may be an ongoing issue throughout the season, as it isn't serious enough to require surgery but also doesn't seem to be healing properly with rest. Matthews sat out most of the offseason program and may have his workload managed in training camp. He's still expected to man the slot in three-wide formations, but the Eagles have also been giving scatback Donnel Pumphrey plenty of first-team reps from the slot, according to Berman. If the team likes what it sees from Pumphrey and fellow rookie Mack Hollins during training camp, Matthews could become a trade target heading into the final season of his rookie contract.

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  • 7/28, 7:08 am
    • Packers coach Mike McCarthy wants Nelson...

      Packers coach Mike McCarthy wants Nelson to line up both outside and in the slot again this season, ESPN.com's Rob Demovsky reports.

      Analysis: Primarily an outside receiver throughout his career, Nelson spent more time inside last season and averaged an NFL-best 2.75 yards per route run from the slot (min. 130 routes), per Pro Football Focus. While Randall Cobb still figures to man the slot in the team's base three-wide alignment, the Packers will move Nelson around to exploit various mismatches all over the field. The 32-year-old is locked in as the top option in one of the league's most prolific and efficient passing attacks.

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  • 7/28, 7:01 am
    • Mitchell (knee/elbow) was a full participant...

      Mitchell (knee/elbow) was a full participant Thursday at the first practice of training camp, The Boston Herald's Jeff Howe reports.

      Analysis: Mitchell missed spring practices but was never believed to be dealing with a serious injury. While his history of knee injuries dating back to college may be somewhat of a concern, the bigger issue is a crowded New England wideout depth chart featuring Brandin Cooks, Julian Edelman, Chris Hogan and Danny Amendola. Despite producing 8.4 yards per target and a 67 percent catch rate as a rookie, Mitchell mostly figures to work with the second-team offense during training camp. Hogan is the favorite for the No. 3 wideout job, coming off a playoff run in which he piled up 332 receiving yards on 23 targets in three games.

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  • 7/27, 5:06 pm
    • Britt was forced to leave practice...

      Britt was forced to leave practice prematurely Thursday due to cramping, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports.

      Analysis: A few other Browns' players dealt with cramps on Thursday as well, which is anything but surprising on the first day of training camp. Britt might take it easy for the next few days, but unless this becomes a continuous problem, there's no need to worry about his health.

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  • 7/27, 4:49 pm
    • Brown began the team's first training...

      Brown began the team's first training camp practice as the starting middle linebacker while Reggie Ragland ran with the second team, Joe Buscaglia of 7 ABC Buffalo reports.

      Analysis: Brown is the incumbent starter from the Rex Ryan regime and is steady and experienced, while Ragland has more athletic ability and better upside. He's also never played an NFL regular-season down yet, so we'll give Brown the nod for now. The current thought is that the loser of this battle will still see the field plenty, just more as an outside linebacker.

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