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    Report: Packers’ Cobb expected to play in opener

    The Sports Xchange Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb should be able to play in the season opener against the Chicago Bears after suffering a shoulder injury during the team’s third preseason game. Cobb came down on his right shoulder after attempting to catch a pass early in Saturday night’s exhibition game against... [Read More]

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    Panthers place WR Benjamin on IR, waive 7

    The Sports Xchange The Carolina Panthers placed second-year wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin on injured reserve as the team got down to Tuesday’s 75-player roster limit. Benjamin tore the ACL in his left knee two weeks ago and will miss the 2015 season. The Panthers acquired second-year wide receiver Kevin Norwood from the Seattle Seahawks... [Read More]

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    NFL moves Super Bowl 50 media day to Monday night

    The Sports Xchange Super Bowl Media Day has a new name and will be shifted from Tuesday, the typical day off for NFL players, to Monday night for Super Bowl 50 in February. The NFL announced Super Bowl Opening Night will take place Monday, Feb. 1, at SAP Center in San Jose, Calif., and... [Read More]

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    Browns uncertain when Manziel will throw again

    The Sports Xchange Head coach Mike Pettine said Tuesday the Cleveland Browns are not sure when quarterback Johnny Manziel will be ready to throw again. Manziel is bothered by right elbow soreness, a condition Pettine said was also a challenge for Manziel at Texas A&M. The 2014 first-round pick was flagged by at least... [Read More]

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    Bengals OT Ogbuehi to start season on IR

    The Sports Xchange The Cincinnati Bengals reached their roster limit of 75 players on Tuesday by placing rookie offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi on non-football injured reserve and linebacker Sean Porter on the physically unabled to perform list and waiving wide receiver Onterio McCalebb. Ogbuehi, the Bengals’ first-round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft and... [Read More]

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    Dolphins cut Pro Bowl P Fields

    The Sports Xchange The Miami Dolphins released running back Demitrius Bronson and punter Brandon Fields, who was a Pro Bowl selection in 2013. Fields was a seventh-round pick in 2007 and served as the Dolphins punter ever since. He was released to save $980,000 against the salary cap. The Dolphins are handing the punting... [Read More]

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    RG3 appears to like ‘impeach Snyder’ post on Instagram

    The Sports Xchange As one of the 16 quarterbacks to make a start during Daniel Snyder’s run as owner of the Washington Redskins, Robert Griffin III can relate to the tenuous nature of the position. On the day he was again demoted to a backup role, this time in favor of Kirk Cousins, Grifffin... [Read More]

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    Titans’ scout Brocato dies at 85

    The Sports Xchange Tennessee Titans scout C.O. Brocato died Tuesday after a long battle with cancer. “We have lost a true icon and legend,” Titans general manager Ruston Webster said. The 85-year old Brocato had spent 40 years with the organization as a scout, originally joining the franchise in 1975. Brocato was a member... [Read More]

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    Browns place QB Shaw on IR

    The Sports Xchange Third-string quarterback Connor Shaw was placed on injured reserve by the Cleveland Browns. Shaw has surgery on his right thumb in August. Offensive lineman Michael Bowie (shoulder) was also moved to the reserve-injured list by the Browns. The team put three players on the reserve-non-football injury list: cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu (knee),... [Read More]

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    Vikings part with QB Kafka

    The Sports Xchange Quarterback Mike Kafka was waived/injured by the Minnesota Vikings, who reached the mandated 75-man roster limit Tuesday with the transaction. Kafka was not expected to be healthy enough to play Thursday in the preseason finale because of a hamstring strain. If he’s not claimed, Kafka could return to the Vikings. The... [Read More]