NFL training camp tracker: Raiders 'gathering information' on Antonio Brown's foot issue

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(AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)
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Antonio Brown still out of Raiders camp

Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown has hardly stayed out of the spotlight in his nine-year NFL career and his brief tenure with the Oakland Raiders has been no different. Brown, who has not yet practiced with the Silver and Black, shared photos on Monday of his blistered feet that immediately went viral.

Now, coach Jon Gruden says the team is gathering information and does not have a timetable for the seven-time Pro Bowler to get back on the field.

Saquon Barkley can throw it pretty well, too

New York Giants star running back Saquon Barkley can catch the ball. He can obviously run it. There’s really nothing he can’t do on a football field.

Apparently, he can also pass it. It’s almost unfair for someone to have this many talents in his sport:

Chargers get impact LB Jatavis Brown back

Good news for the Chargers as the team announced it has activated linebacker Jatavis Brown from the physically unable to perform list.

Brown missed both of Los Angeles’ playoff games in January after suffering an ankle injury during Week 17 last season. The outside linebacker has tallied 249 tackles, 4.5 sacks and three forced fumbles in three seasons.

49ers activate RB Jerick McKinnon

The 49ers are one step closer to having getting another weapon back on offense as the team on Tuesday activated running back Jerick McKinnon from the physically unable to perform list.

McKinnon tore an ACL just days before the 49ers’ regular-season opener last September. He entered 2018 training camp having signed a four-year $30 million deal after four seasons with the Vikings.

Texans rookie CB held out of practice after Packers' threats

The Texans are holding their rookie cornerback out of practice a day after he delivered a “ridiculous” hit in a joint practice with the Packers.

Baker and OBJ connect for TD

Aaron Rodgers has mastered the one-hand catch

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