2022 NFL training camp: Here’s every player on the PUP list tracker

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2022 NFL training camp: Every player on the PUP list originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

While every NFL team has played at least one preseason game, some stars still haven't even seen the practice field.

Colts linebacker Shaquille Leonard and Bills corner Tre’Davious White headline a group of players who have sidelined since the opening of training camp due to injury. White is recovering from a torn ACL and Leonard from back surgery. As a result, they were each placed on the PUP list.

Here’s what you need to know about the PUP list, as well as which players are currently on it:

What does the NFL PUP list mean?

The physically unable to perform (PUP) list is for players who are carrying football-related injuries entering training camp. Players on the PUP list are allowed to participate in meetings and use team facilities, but they can’t practice.

There’s no initial penalty for a player going on the PUP list, as they can be activated at any time during the preseason. However, once activated they cannot be returned to the PUP list.

If a player remains on the PUP list to begin the regular season they then become ineligible to practice or play in games for at least the first four weeks. A player on the PUP list counts against the 90-man roster during the preseason, but not the 53-man roster during the regular season.

After the first four weeks of the season, teams have the ability to utilize a 21-day window where a player on the PUP list can practice while still not counting against the 53-man roster. A team has until the end of that window to either activate the player, move them to injured reserve or release them.

What does the NFL NFI list mean?

The non-football injury (NFI) list acts similar to the PUP list, with the main difference being that it’s reserved for players who suffered an injury in a non-NFL setting. This includes rookies who are coming off football-related injuries suffered while in college, such as Lions wideout Jameson Williams who went down with a torn ACL in the national championship game.

Which NFL players are on the PUP and NFI lists?

Here’s a look at all of the players starting training camp on the PUP or NFI list:

Atlanta Falcons

LB Deion Jones

Baltimore Ravens

LB Tyus Bowser

RB Gus Edwards

LT Ronnie Stanley

S Ar’Darius Washington

Buffalo Bills

CB Tre’Davious White

Carolina Panthers

LB Shaq Thompson

Cincinnati Bengals

LB Joe Bachie

T La’el Collins

S Brandon Wilson

Cleveland Browns

WR David Bell

Cleveland Browns

DT Sheldon Day

Dallas Cowboys

LB Anthony Barr

LB Damone Clark

WR Dontario Drummond

WR Michael Gallup

Denver Broncos

OL Tom Compton

OT Billy Turner

Detroit Lions

FB Jason Cabinda

CB Jerry Jacobs

DE Romeo Okwara

DE Josh Paschal

WR Jameson Williams

Green Bay Packers

T David Bakhtiari

K Mason Crosby

RB Kylin Hill

Houston Texans

DT Jordan Jenkins

WR John Metchie III

Las Vegas Raiders

DT Johnathan Hankins

CB Trayvon Mullen Jr.

DT Bilal Nichols

WR Dillon Stoner

Los Angeles Chargers

LB Kenneth Murray

TE Stone Smartt

Los Angeles Rams

LB Travin Howard

S Quentin Lake

Indianapolis Colts

LB Shaquille Leonard

Kansas City Chiefs

T Lucas Niang

WR Justyn Ross

Miami Dolphins

CB Byron Jones

Minnesota Vikings

WR Blake Proehl

LB Ryan Connelly

New England Patriots

K Quinn Nordin

New Orleans Saints

TE Dylan Soehner

New York Giants

C Nick Gates

OT Matt Peart

WR Sterling Shepard

New York Jets

OL Greg Senat

Philadelphia Eagles

TE Tyree Jackson

OT Brett Toth

San Francisco 49ers

DT Kalia Davis

CB Jason Verrett

Seattle Seahawks

CB Tre Brown

LB Ben Burr-Kirven

OT Liam Ryan

Tennessee Titans

LB Monty Rice

K Caleb Shudak

Washington Commanders

C Tyler Larsen

T Cornelius Lucas

TE Logan Thomas

DE Chase Young