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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Camp in Napa concluded, the Raiders have returned to Alameda. Marshawn Lynch gets his stretch on at the start of practice Monday.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Safety Su'a Cravens, who the Broncos acquired in a trade earlier this year, has yet to play in the preseason because of a knee issue he's had in training camp. He's practiced very little since camp opened so the Broncos haven't had much of a chance to see him play the role they really made the trade for him to fill -- linebacker in their dime package. Coach Vance Joseph was asked Monday if he believed Cravens would have to play at least some in one of the remaining preseason games to show the Broncos what he could do in that role and Joseph said: “I would say yes, I would say yes … absolutely he would have to play eventually to see what we've got.''

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Running back Jamaal Williams said his ankle injury was solely the result of Steelers LB Vince Williams grabbing and twisting his ankle at the end of a run in Thursday night's game. Williams was not happy about it and has a plan for if it happens again. “If they're twisting ankles, I'm for sure kicking,” Williams said. “I'm kicking from now on. If the ref asks why I'm kicking, I'll be like, ‘Hey, he's twisting ankles.' I'm just going to do what I've got to do to survive honestly. I'm not trying to get hurt and not be able to play anymore because somebody wants to be aggressive and do dirty things like that. So why I can I not protect myself from those type of injuries?"

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Chad Kelly has remained the Broncos' No. 2 quarterback as they prepare for the team's third preseason game -- Friday against the Washington Redskins. With the Broncos' starters expected to play into the third quarter against Washington, coach Vance Joseph was asked after Monday's practice if Paxton Lynch could still win the No. 2 job back as the team's roster decisions close in. Joseph said: “We'll see … things happen in this league. He is focused on competing, he's obviously motivated by what happened to him a couple weeks ago, so that's a good sign. He's upset by it and he should be upset by it. You've got two weeks to compete and we'll see where it falls.''

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams announced that they have signed RT Rob Havenstein to a four-year extension, which is a logical choice. ‪Havenstein was one of three starting offensive linemen who could be a free agent at season's end, along with Jamon Brown and Rodger Saffold. Those who won't be are Andrew Whitworth and John Sullivan, who have a lot of mileage on them. ESPN's Lindsey Thiry said he got $32.5M.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

In Steelers' official depth chart for Week 3 of the preseason, two rookies - receiver James Washington and safety Terrell Edmunds - move up to second string. Both have had impressive moments over the last four weeks. Jon Bostic now listed as first-team ILB.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

T.J. Lang, Jace Billingsley and Toby Johnson all at practice for the Lions but not participating during Monday's preseason practice.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucs have signed defensive tackle Jerel Worthy and have waived (injured) linebacker Shaheed Salmon. Depth has been an issue for the Bucs at defensive tackle, with Vita Vea still nursing a calf injury and Stevie T'uikolovatu being waived (injured). Mitch Unrein has also been out.

Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer 

Adrian Peterson is 33 years old and averaged 3.4 yards per rush for two teams last season. One was the Saints, and their other RBs obviously had no problems. Washington needs depth but c'mon. Let's just say I am not investing here. Peterson is a Hall of Fame player but I don't think Rob Kelley, Samaje Perine or Chris Thompson need to worry.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Washington opens the regular season on Sept. 9 at Arizona. So Redskins' RB Adrian Peterson vs his former Cardinals teammates in week one.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Some key players returned and did team (11-on-11) drills: DT Mike Daniels (quad), CB Kevin King (shoulder), RB Aaron Jones (hamstring), S Jermaine Whitehead (back) and G Lane Taylor (quad).

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

CB Davon House (hamstring) went through early drills but that was it. Others who didn't practice were; WR Trevor Davis (hamstring), WR Jake Kumerow (shoulder), RB Jamaal Williams (ankle), RB Devante Mays (hamstring) and G Justin McCray (calf).

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers rookie GM Brian Gutekunst grew up around football as the son of a coach. His dad, John, the former University of Minnesota coach is watching practicing with him today.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie WR J'Mon Moore is having a tough summer. Has battled drops in practice and preseason games, and he just slipped coming out of his break and DeShone Kizer's pass went right to CB Donatello Brown for an easy pick that was not the QB's fault. Packers are going to have a tough decision on what to do with the fourth-round pick.