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Cuts tracker: NFL teams finalize 53-player rosters
The NFL preseason is over. The season is less than a week away from kicking off -- and that means it's time for teams to trim their rosters to 53 players before Saturday's roster deadline.
Notable cuts: Bills release backup Jonathan Williams
Who will be LeSean McCoy's backup now? The Buffalo Bills made a surprising move Sunday, cutting backup running back Jonathan Williams, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Colts center Ryan Kelly will undergo foot surgery
Colts coach Chuck Pagano says center Ryan Kelly, the team's 2016 first-round pick and arguably their best offensive lineman, will need surgery on his foot.
Injury roundup: Malik Hooker off PUP list for Colts
Less than 24 hours before the official start of training camp, the Colts announced rookie safety Malik Hooker (hamstring) has been moved to the active roster from the physically unable to perform list.
Colts GM gives Ryan Grigson credit for building O-line
One of the biggest issues between former Colts GM Ryan Grigson and Chuck Pagano appeared to be the quality of the O-line. New GM Chris Ballard, however, said Grigson did a good job stockpiling talent.
L.A. Chargers release Brandon Flowers, two others
The Los Angeles Chargers are parting ways with a trio of players. The team parted ways with Brandon Flowers, D.J. Fluker and Stevie Johnson on Tuesday.
Steelers, Cowboys, Packers among O-line of the Year nominees
Shaun O'Hara reveals his five nominees for the Offensive Line of the Year award. Did Ezekiel Elliott's unit make the cut? What about the O-line paving the way for DeMarco Murray?
Offensive Line of the Week: Titans, DeMarco Murray thrash Pack
DeMarco Murray, Ezekiel Elliott and Ryan Mathews all ran wild in Week 10, but whose offensive line stood out above the rest? Our resident trench expert, Shaun O'Hara, crowns one unit.
NFL Offensive Line of the Week: Titans power dominant outing
Marcus Mariota and Co. had a huge game last week, while Tim Hightower and the Saints' front five led New Orleans to its third win. Which O-line ranked No. 1 in Week 8? Shaun O'Hara weighs in.
Vikings, Giants, Titans among O-lines to watch in Week 3
Carolina leads the NFL in rushing and hosts a Vikings team that ranks last in the category -- and is now without Adrian Peterson. Shaun O'Hara eyes both O-line units and lists others to watch in Week 3.
Injuries: Julius Thomas suffered rib contusion
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Julius Thomas suffered a rib contusion in Sunday's home loss to the Houston Texans. Here's the rest of Monday's injury news.
Injuries: Shane Ray hurts knee; Watkins hurts ankle
Broncos linebacker Shane Ray was helped off with an apparent right leg injury. He was ruled out, as was Bills wideout Sammy Watkins. Read the rest of Sunday's injury news.
Titans sign veteran center Fernando Velasco
The Titans are bringing Fernando Velasco back to Tennessee. The team on Tuesday signed the veteran center after placing cornerback Brandon Harris on injured reserve.
Georgia's Aaron Murray among top sleepers in 2014 NFL Draft
Charles Davis says Georgia QB Aaron Murray is among the top offensive sleepers in the 2014 NFL Draft.
High 5: Dee Ford, Derek Carr building momentum at Senior Bowl
Several players are impressing scouts in Mobile, Ala. this week. NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah highlights five prospects who have boosted their draft stock with their performances so far.
Fantasy Film Study: Maurice Jones-Drew vs. Chris Johnson
Over the last few weeks, Maurice Jones-Drew and Chris Johnson have been scoring fantasy points like it's 2009. The Fantasy Film Study goes to the tape to see which former star you can trust.
Star Lotulelei tops Making the Leap list for Week 11
Rookie Star Lotulelei was instrumental in the Carolina Panthers' Week 10 victory at San Francisco. Find out which other young stars join Lotuelei on this week's Making the Leap list.
NFL's most improved position groups
Carson Palmer, coupled with the No. 7 overall pick Jonathan Cooper, gives the Cards a new-look offense. Do they boast the league's most improved position group? Chris Wesseling explores.