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Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

Floyd Mayweather tells Sal Paolantonio about his relationship with Tom Brady and why he wanted 8-ounce gloves for the McGregor fight.

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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Kareem Hunt got the ball more than 850 times in his four collegiate seasons at Toledo, so he felt right at home against the bangles last weekend when the Chiefs gave him the ball seven times in a 10-play stretch in the first quarter. "It was a good feeling, being able to get a lot of touches early to get into the flow of the game," Hunt said. Hunt rushed for 40 yards and caught passes worth 23 more, but his best play in Cincinnati came when he didn't get the ball at all. Hunt took out two defenders with a single block to allow Alex Smith to complete a fourth-down pass. "I saw two guys coming and I just sacrificed my body," Hunt said. "I was pretty much just trying to make a play."

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked about Le'Veon Bell consequences, Mike Tomlin says he won't "waste one iota" talking about players who aren't with the team right now, will address Bell's situation upon his arrival.

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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Marshawn Lynch bought a Soul Food Joint this summer. He is now taking applications. Interested?

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints' first-string offense provided more highlights than the defense overall during Wednesday's practice – including deep completions from Drew Brees to Tommylee Lewis on both sides of the field. But the defense won the biggest test in a simulated two-minute drill to end practice. Brees threw incomplete in the back of the end zone from the 15-yard line on the final play when he couldn't find an open man against the starting cornerback trio of Marshon Lattimore, De'Vante Harris and P.J. Williams. Among some other highlights Wednesday: Great catches in traffic by Michael Thomas and Willie Snead; TE Josh Hill breaking wide open in the middle of the field on a defensive breakdown; LB A.J. Klein with an excellent pass break-up against TE Coby Fleener down the field; DT Sheldon Rankins with an explosive run stuff against Alvin Kamara behind the line.

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

The Texans announced they have signed outside linebacker Mike Catapano and waived (injured) wide receiver Devin Street.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets rookie report: OLB Dylan Donahue practiced with the starting base defense, in Lorenzo Mauldin's vacated spot. Coach Todd Bowles downplayed the significance, saying it was just to get a better evaluation of Donahue, who missed the first game with a minor shoulder injury. TE Jordan Leggett (sprained foot) is missing valuable practice time, which could hamper his ability to contribute in Week 1. Safeties Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye continue to draw praise from coaches and teammates.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Martellus Bennett has embraced the tradition of riding a kid's bike to and from training camp practice.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets DL Leonard Williams got a chance to talk with Hall of Famer Michael Strahan, who visited camp recently. Williams said Hall of Famers "are programmed way differently than a regular person." He explains.

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Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers coach Kyle Shanahan discusses the hiring of Katie Sowers, the team's first female coach, for the season.

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

It's an ankle injury for Bryan Bulaga, who did not return to practice. At least for his sake it's not another knee injury. Also, Jayrone Elliott (back spasms) dropped out again. So did Derrick Mathews (concussion).

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

That's it for the penultimate practice of camp after 2 hours and 38 minutes.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Hue Jackson on DeShone Kizer starting Saturday night in Tampa Bay: "I don't ever want to put something on someone too soon if they're not ready. But he's demonstrated that he's ready, so let's give him a chance to see if he can do it."

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

ROOKIE REPORT: Sean Payton praised CB Marshon Lattimore for his performance since returning from the knee injury that sidelined him for two weeks. "I thought he had a good week, thought he had a good week," Payton said enthusiastically. The Saints' top draft pick (11th overall) wasn't targeted in his preseason debut against the Chargers – and he did slip up when he whiffed on RB Melvin Gordon in the open field. But Lattimore generally held his own in the game and in two days of joint practices with the Chargers to get quickly back up to speed. Lattimore looks poised to be a Week 1 starter in the wake of Delvin Breaux's injury. "Considering the missed injury time, I thought it was an important week for him," Payton said.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers coach Kyle Shanahan says FS Jimmie Ward will come off PUP list today and participate in practice today on a limited basis. Unsure if he will play Sunday night against Minnesota but he is at least ready to get back in the mix after hamstring injury.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Hue Jackson confirmed that Brock Osweiler will not play Saturday night in Tampa Bay. "I want to see the young guys," Jackson said, referring to DeShone Kizer, Cody Kessler and Kevin Hogan.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Hue Jackson was asked why he didn't put the opening game starting quarterback decision to bed when he named DeShone Kizer the starter for the third preseason game. His response: "Well it's in the bed. … So I'm very close to putting it to bed." Jackson said the Browns clearly are trending toward starting Kizer in opener, and it would take a really bad night in Tampa for Kizer not to start against the Steelers.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Gareon Conley seems to be getting closer. The first-round draft pick was working with a trainer on the field after walkthrough. The cornerback has not practiced due to a leg injury since mid-June in minicamp.