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  • 8/14, 6:46 am
    • Armstrong has begun receiving some snaps...

      Armstrong has begun receiving some snaps in practice with the first-team defense, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports.

      Analysis: A fourth-round pick in this year's draft, Armstrong flashed his pass rushing skills in Thursday's preseason game against the 49ers by recording two QB pressures. The Cowboys' depth chart at DE is suddenly getting crowded with DeMarcus Lawrence, Taco Charlton, Randy Gregory, Tyrone Crawford, Kony Ealy and Armstrong all looking like they could make some contribution in 2018, so the rookie probably won't see enough action to make an IDP splash, but if he continues his development he'll earn a spot in the team's long-term plans.

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  • Tom Brady QB-NE
    8/14, 6:30 am
    • Brady (back) said he absolutely expects...

      Brady (back) said he absolutely expects to play in Thursday's preseason game against the Eagles, Kevin Duffy of MassLive.com reports.

      Analysis: Brady was held out of the Pats' preseason opener with a sore back, though he may not have played even if he had been completely healthy. He'll probably only play one or two drives in Thursday's exhibition, making his first in-game appearance with a wideout group that no longer includes Brandin Cooks and Danny Amendola. The Patriots used Julian Edelman (suspension), Phillip Dorsett and Chris Hogan as the first-team wide receivers for Brian Hoyer in last week's win over Washington.

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  • 8/14, 6:18 am
    • The Redskins are releasing Scandrick, Mike...

      The Redskins are releasing Scandrick, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

      Analysis: Despite signing a two-year contract with a $1 million signing bonus in March, the 31-year-old cornerback didn't even come close to making it to Week 1 with his new team. The Redskins must have confidence in their young cornerbacks behind Josh Norman, with Quinton Dunbar expected to fill the other starting job while Fabian Moreau figures to serve as the nickelback. Scandrick may still end up on a 53-man roster for Week 1, as his experience playing the slot could lead to interest from teams in need of a nickelback or dimeback. He was bothered by back spasms at the beginning of training camp, but he seems to be healthy now.

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  • 8/14, 6:17 am
    • Gray won't take part in practice...

      Gray won't take part in practice Tuesday after entering the concussion protocol, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.

      Analysis: Both Gray and running back Kalen Ballage were diagnosed with the head injuries following Monday's practice session. It seems unlikely that Gray will make enough progress in his recovery to suit up in Friday's exhibition against the Panthers, which may hamper his efforts to unseat rookie second-round pick Mike Gesicki as the Dolphins' top tight end once the regular season kicks off.

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  • 8/14, 6:14 am
    • Ballage has entered the concussion protocol...

      Ballage has entered the concussion protocol and isn't taking part in Tuesday's practice, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.

      Analysis: Ballage wasn't reported as absent from Monday's practice, so it sounds like he may have sustained the head injury during that session. In any case, it would appear unlikely that he'll be deemed fit to play in Friday's exhibition at Carolina, given the multiple phases of the protocol he would need to pass through ahead of time. Ballage, who tallied 60 total yards on 13 touches in the preseason opener, looks like the favorite to open his rookie campaign as the Dolphins' No. 3 back behind Kenyan Drake and Frank Gore.

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