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Roundup: Jaguars sign All-Pro return specialist Pharoh Cooper
Jacksonvile is adding a former Pro Bowl special teamer to its roster. Plus, other news happening around the NFL on Thursday.
Injuries: Colts DE Kemoko Turay (ankle) out for season
While sacking Patrick Mahomes on the Chiefs' final play from scrimmage, Colts DE Kemoko Turay broke his ankle. Indianapolis announced the second-year lineman will miss the rest of the season.
Cuts tracker: NFL teams finalize 53-player rosters
The NFL preseason has ended. The regular season is less than a week away from kicking off and that means it's time for teams to cut their rosters down to 53 players before Saturday's deadline.
49ers GM: Nick Bosa has '50-50' shot for Week 1
San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch said No. 2 overall pick Nick Bosa has a "50-50" chance of returning for the 49ers' season opener.
Injuries: Martavis Bryant (illness) questionable
Martavis Bryant has been building toward being the productive member of the Raiders that Jon Gruden envisioned when he brought Bryant back. That might have just hit a bump in the road -- er, flight.
Jay Cutler's debut shows he's in control of Dolphins' offense
Jay Cutler made his Miami debut in the team's second preseason tilt on Thursday night. Despite joining the club earlier this month, the veteran QB looked in command of the Dolphins' offense, writes Michael Silver.
Florida No. 1 state in producing NFL players on Week 1 rosters
Florida led all states in producing NFL players on Week 1 rosters, edging California for the top spot by the slimmest of margins.
Jags change up O-line; Chad Henne still starting QB
The Jacksonville Jaguars announced changes to its offensive line, but the team made a point to emphasize Chad Henne would still start under center. Are they quieting or amplifying the calls for Blake Bortles?
Clay Harbor, Jacksonville Jaguars strike 2-year deal
The Jaguars are keeping pass-catching tight end Clay Harbor in Jacksonville. The team inked the 6-foot-3 player to a two-year contract, Ian Rapoport reported Thursday.