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Tennessee Titans cut 18 players, including WR Hakeem Nicks
The Titans kept five tight ends but just four wide receivers as they pared their roster down to 53 by Saturday's deadline.
Handicapping the last WR/TE/RB slots for Tennessee Titans
Here are the guys stacking up in the battles at receiver, running back and tight end with Paul Kuharsky's thoughts on them at this time.
First Titans depth chart has no big surprises
There weren't very many surprises on the first Tennessee Titans depth chart that was released Monday, as the Titans are starting two tight ends.
Tre McBride could be best option as Titans kick returner
Seventh-round pick Tre McBride is much more likely to make an impact at kick returner than as a receiver this season.
Titans' autograph schedule for the first week of training camp
Here is the plan for which Tennessee Titans players will sign autographs after training camp practices for the first week.
Titans should play faster in Year 2 of 3-4
Rookie QB Marcus Mariota bounces back after a bad Monday with a couple of strong days leading the offense.
Like Byron Bell, Hakeem Nicks can help grow a more competitive core
Receiver adds depth at position that was week last season for Tennessee Titans.
Trouble for Titans: They have needs at positions they've been addressing
Team still looking for receiver, right tackle and running back despite recent attempts to fill those needs.
Harry Douglas easily Titans' third-best receiver
Harry Douglas to sign three-year deal with Titans, and he easily becomes their' third-best receiver.
Bengals mail: How will Cincy split carries?
CINCINNATI -- Now that BenJarvus Green-Ellis is off the Cincinnati Bengals' roster, what's next?How much greater of a role will rookie running back Jeremy Hill take on?
Poll: Raiders least desirable team to play for
New York Jets' projected roster
Examining the New York Jets' roster:QUARTERBACKS (3) Geno Smith Michael Vick Matt Simms It's official: Smith is the starter. In other news, Joe Namath is cool -- still.
New York Jets: Cut-down analysis
Most significant move: The decision to release wide receiver/kickoff returner Jacoby Ford came as a mild surprise, mostly because he didn't even make the cut to 75.
Saunders returns to practice, will play
Rookie punt returner Jalen Saunders, who experienced an undisclosed "medical event" that apparently led to a one-car accident nine days ago, returned to practice Sunday and will play in the New York Jets' final preseason game Thursday night against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Jets cut returner Ford along with five others
Stock report: risers and fallers
A look back at some of the noteworthy performances in the New York Jets' 35-24 loss to the New York Giants:RISERSJace Amaro, tight end: Early in training camp, Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg predicted the struggling rookie would take a big jump the second or third week of the preseason.
Greg Salas sets sights on catching on
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Some New York Jets have a lot on the line Friday night against the New York Giants in the third preseason game. Wide receiver Greg Salas, in particular, would like to take big step toward securing a roster spot after a long training camp.
Roster update: Tough decisions ahead
The New York Jets soon will begin the process of cutting the roster. These are the bloodiest days on the NFL calendar.Right now, their roster stands at 90.
Jets wake-up call: Day 29
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- It’s the New York Jets' final practice of training camp, and it will be at the team’s old headquarters at Hofstra for the team’s original fanbase.
Jets wake-up call: Day 28
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- On Wednesday, the New York Jets will wrap up their mini-training camp in Florham Park. The final open practice begins at 11 a.m. ET.
Practice report: Dimitri Patterson returns
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- A few takeaways from Tuesday's New York Jets practice:Training-camp approach: The Jets conducted practice as if they were in Cortland, New York, splitting offense and defense and using two fields.
New York Jets' projected roster
Examining the New York Jets' roster:QUARTERBACKS (3) Geno Smith Michael Vick Matt Simms No changes from last week or the week before that or .
Jets-Bengals: Players to watch
CINCINNATI -- A few players not named Geno Smith and Michael Vick that we’ll be watching Saturday night in the New York Jets-Cincinnati Bengals game:Jace Amaro, tight end: With starter Jeff Cumberland nursing a sore Achilles’ tendon, the rookie should see extensive action.
First depth chart: Geno Smith is No. 1
CORTLAND, N.Y. -- Geno Smith is the New York Jets' starting quarterback. On paper, anyway.On Monday, the team released its first official depth chart, with Smith listed ahead of Michael Vick at quarterback.
Jets practice report: Bombs away
CORTLAND, N.Y. -- Takeaways from Friday's practice at New York Jets training camp:Home-run derby: After a rough couple of days, the offense came alive, exploding for a couple of long completions.
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Yelich joins in on beer chug with Rodgers
Christian Yelich joins in on the beer-chug battle between Aaron Rodgers and David Bakhtiari during Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Jones doesn't see Elliott incident having any consequences
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones comments on footage of Ezekiel Elliott being handcuffed at a Las Vegas music festival.
Rodgers comes up short in beer chugging contest
Aaron Rodgers gets challenged by his own offensive lineman David Bakhtiari to a beer chugging contest, but Rodgers waves the white flag early.
Jerry not expecting NFL to discipline Elliott
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn't expect RB Ezekiel Elliott to face any punishment from the NFL pertaining to an incident with security at an event in Las Vegas.
Browns to host ex-Bucs DT McCoy for a visit
Free agent defensive tackle Gerald McCoy will visit the Cleveland Browns, who may sign the six-time Pro Bowler.
49ers' Bosa and Ward to miss time with injuries
Niners defensive end Nick Bosa will miss "the next few weeks" with a hamstring strain, and safety Jimmie Ward will likely miss more time with a broken collarbone.