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Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks WR Kasen Williams has been brilliant so far this preseason. On the first drive against the Vikings, he had two catches for 28 yards and a touchdown. So far in the preseason, he has six catches on six targets for 147 yards and a score. What's been most impressive is that Williams has made a bunch of contested catches. And tonight, his receptions came against the starters.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

For the second straight week, Michael Bennett sat for the national anthem. Seahawks center Justin Britt stood next to Bennett with his hand on Bennett's right shoulder, and the two hugged after the anthem. Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane stood facing Bennett with his back to flag and the field.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise is not in uniform. Had practiced all week and was expected to play. Expect a heavy dose of Eddie Lacy, Chris Carson and Alex Collins in the first half. Thomas Rawls is sidelined with an ankle injury.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger said he set a goal of no turnovers in training camp, "and I did that." The Steelers quarterback set out to challenge himself.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants linebacker Keenan Robinson is back in the concussion protocol. Not good news. He's been dealing with this for weeks. Only returned to practice for a few days.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chicago Bears announced the following players will be inactive for Saturday's preseason game at Arizona: Jonathan Anderson, Joshua Bellamy, Bryce Callahan, Jordan Howard, Jeremy Langford, Kyle Long, Danny Trevathan, Mitch Unrein and Markus Wheaton.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago Bears running back Jordan Howard suffered a minor corneal abrasion in Friday's walk-through practice and did not travel to Arizona for Saturday's preseason game.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons coach Dan Quinn said the other day he wasn't content with his swing tackle situation. So team is signing Austin Pasztor, who started 16 games with the Browns last season and played right tackle. Pasztor played with Falcons center Alex Mack in 2015. Started career with Jacksonville. Played college ball at Virginia. Has 43 career starts in 58 total games. Pasztor's agent, Sunny Shah, broke the news via Twitter

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills RT Jordan Mills is not practicing Friday, and is instead working with other rehabbing players on the sideline. That adds context to why rookie Dion Dawkins is taking left tackle reps in positional drills Friday, with Seantrel Henderson at right tackle.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills rookie second-round pick Dion Dawkins is taking reps at left tackle in positional drills during Friday's practice. Seantrel Henderson is lined up at right tackle. However, coach Sean McDermott said earlier Friday he would not yet consider moving Dawkins to left tackle with Cordy Glenn (foot) still out.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

ROOKIE REPORT: Third-round offensive lineman Dan Feeney continues to get a handful of snaps with the starters at right guard, along with playing center with the second unit. "I did all right," said Feeney, when asked how he played against the Seattle Seahawks last week. "There's still a bunch of stuff I have to work on. But for the first preseason game I think I did all right." Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn said Feeney remains in a battle for the starting right guard job with Kenny Wiggins. Undrafted rookie tight end Sean Culkin has looked comfortable as a blocker at H-back and catching the ball lined up in the slot. Lynn noted that undrafted rookie receiver Artavis Scott out of Clemson has made some plays in the passing game this week.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

PLAY OF THE DAY: Chargers undrafted rookie Austin Ekeler made a nice catch and run on an arrow route near the goal line from Kellen Clemens, diving into the end zone and getting mobbed by his teammates. The cat-quick running back out of Western State Colorado University has made an impact as a pass-catcher out of the backfield his week. Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn said Ekeler is playing faster now that he has a better understanding of the offense.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints TE Coby Fleener was absent for the second straight practice Friday for an unspecified reason, according to reporters on site. WR Ted Ginn Jr. was present but not participating – his third straight missed practice for an unspecified reason. Anthony has been sidelined all week with an unspecified issue.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

INJURY UPDATE: Left tackle Russell Okung returned to practice on a limited basis after sitting out of Thursday's activities with what head coach Anthony Lynn said was a sore leg. However, Okung was limited to individual work while right tackle Joe Barksdale watched from the sidelines with a protective boot on his right foot. "If we had a game, those guys would probably be playing," Lynn said. "But now is the time to take care of those guys, let them rest and let them get well. And give us an opportunity to evaluate what's behind them." Lynn said CB Craig Mager remains out with a soft tissue injury. Others who did not practice include CB Casey Hayward (hamstring), CB Trovon Reed (hip), TE Sean McGrath (knee), TE Jeff Cumberland (legs), DE Jerry Attaochu (hamstring), DE Chris Landrum (shoulder), LB Denzel Perryman (ankle) and OL Forrest Lamp (knee). Rookie receiver Mike Williams remains on the physically unable to perform list with a lower back disc herniation. RB Kenjon Barner (concussion) is practicing on a limited basis, and Lynn said he does not anticipate the Oregon product playing on Sunday vs. the Saints.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams announce that they have signed OLB Davis Tull and CB Carlos Davis. WRs CJ Germany and Justin Thomas were waived. Tull was a fifth-round pick by the Saints in 2015 and spent last year on the Falcons' practice squad. Davis is an undrafted rookie out of Ole Miss, where he excelled as a kick returner.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott gave a vote of confidence Friday in Tyrod Taylor, saying Taylor will remain the starter next week in Baltimore and is the expected Week 1 starter.

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