Rest easy, National Football League fans. The 2016 NFL Draft came and went, and training camp is in session. The reality of the situation in Cleveland is that the Browns have holes all over their roster — despite having 14 picks in the 2016 NFL Draft — and they are still a long ways away from being competitive in the AFC North.
Chargers right guard D.J. Fluker didn't practice Tuesday and is likely out for Sunday's preseason game at the Minnesota Vikings. Coach Mike McCoy said Fluker injured his right foot during Monday's practice. Fluker, who battled ankle and knee issues last year, had an MRI, which McCoy said was negative.
The San Francisco 49ers have been sending out Tramaine Brock and Jimmie Ward as their starting cornerbacks through the first two games, and Ward has yet to be tested. Teams are not throwing his way thus far after two weeks of training camp that have drawn rave reviews. On Monday, defensive coordinator Jim O’Neil was asked if he was prepared to say Ward would be one of the starting cornerbacks come Week 1: “Yeah, it’s looking that way right now. He hasn’t really been tested in a game yet, but he’s done a great job in the three practices we’ve had against other teams and in both preseason games. But, [CB] Rashard Robinson’s coming, [CB Keith] Reaser’s coming, there’s a lot of guys that are playing