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  • 7/26, 10:38 am
    • In a quote from general manager...

      In a quote from general manager Ryan Pace, Mike Glennon is the Bears starting quarterback, Brad Biggs on Twitter reports.

      Analysis: Up until this point, this news was widely assumed by beat writers, but now there's confirmation from the organization that Glennon will be under center to start the year. However, should he struggle, or if the team's having a poor season, it's certainly possible that first-round draft choice Mitch Trubisky could be called upon to make starts during the year. For now, Glennon should be considered a low-end backup fantasy quarterback, as he'll be in charge of what's expected to be a run-first offense.

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  • 7/26, 10:03 am
    • Browns coach Hue Jackson said Kessler...

      Browns coach Hue Jackson said Kessler will open training camp with the first-team offense, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon-Journal reports. "Cody will walk out there first, and we'll give him an opportunity there," said Jackson. "Obviously, Brock and DeShone and Kevin [Hogan], all those guys will get reps. This is a competition. Somebody has to walk out there first. We've made a decision it will be Cody."

      Analysis: Kessler is a slight favorite for the Week 1 job after making eight starts last season, but Kizer and Osweiler will be hot on the second-year quarterback's tail, with all three players likely to get plenty of first-team reps. The Browns finally have some promising parts on offense, but improvement in the passing game largely depends on rapid development from second-year wideout Corey Coleman (shoulder/hamstring) and rookie tight end David Njoku. The team does at least have a strong offensive line along with solid, veteran skill-position players in Kenny Britt, Isaiah Crowell and Duke Johnson.

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  • 7/26, 9:19 am
    • Dixon (knee/suspension) could be a candidate...

      Dixon (knee/suspension) could be a candidate for Injured Reserve/designated to return, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.

      Analysis: Initial reports that Dixon will miss the entire season may have been a bit hasty, considering recovery from surgery to repair a torn meniscus typically requires 4-5 months, which could still allow the second-year back to aim for a return in late November or December. The Ravens won't be counting on any contribution this year, but they'll probably want to monitor his rehab process before completely ruling out a late-season return. Dixon previously loomed as a threat to steal work from Terrance West and Danny Woodhead upon returning from a four-game suspension to start the year. West and Woodhead now appear secure in their respective roles as the lead ballcarrier and top passing-down back, with Javorius Allen, Bobby Rainey and Taquan Mizzell left to compete for the No. 3 job.

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  • 7/26, 9:06 am
    • Browns coach Hue Jackson said Osweiler...

      Browns coach Hue Jackson said Osweiler has a legitimate shot to win the Week 1 starting job, Nate Ulrich of The Akron Beacon Journal reports.

      Analysis: While Cleveland primarily took on Osweiler's contract to add a 2018 second-round pick, the 26-year-old also adds a veteran presence to a quarterback room that otherwise consists of rookie DeShone Kizer and second-year players Cody Kessler and Kevin Hogan. Kessler enters training camp as a slight favorite for the Week 1 job after making eight starts last season, but he'll face serious competition from Osweiler and Kizer, with all three likely to get first-team snaps. Regardless of who wins the battle, Cleveland likely hopes to rely on a strong offensive line and its backfield duo of Isaiah Crowell and Duke Johnson. Of course, the team will have to throw more often than planned if it spends another season playing from behind nearly every week.

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  • 7/26, 9:02 am
    • Gabriel (lower leg) will enter training...

      Gabriel (lower leg) will enter training camp as a limited participant, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

      Analysis: Gabriel has been dealing with a strained lower leg since the Falcons' mandatory minicamp in mid-June, and the issue will keep him limited throughout the beginning of training camp. The injury isn't expected to impact his status for Week 1 of the regular season, but Mohamed Sanu and Justin Hardy could be in line for additional reps with Julio Jones (toe) also currently limited.

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