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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

No word on whether Aaron Rodgers will play Saturday at Washington. Coach Mike McCarthy said there are a handful of players that he's unsure whether they will play because of health issues and that will "directly impact the play time of other players, including the quarterback position."

Cameron Wolfe ESPN 

Injury update: Lengthy list of Titans missing practice today includes WR Eric Decker and Corey Davis, DL Jurrell Casey and four DBs. Wear and tear of training camp starting to kick in.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

On Wednesday, WR Sammie Coates said he's got new on-field motivation - a baby.

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Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts coach Chuck Pagano said starting center Ryan Kelly will have foot surgery and will miss part of the regular season

Cameron Wolfe ESPN 

Titans sign former Vanderbilt DB Darrius Sims and waive injured LB Kourtnei Brown.

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Sources: Giants LB JT Thomas has taken a pay cut from $2.975M to $775K, with a roster bonus of $20k and $400k if he plays 70% of the snaps.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams injury report: Several corners were down, including Kayvon Webster, Nickell Robey-Coleman and Mike Jordan. Webster has a bum ankle, but Sean McVay said none of the injuries at that position are serious. The Rams are bringing free agent Leodis McKelvin in for a workout tomorrow nonetheless.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Best play from Rams camp today: It was the very first play of 11-on-11. Sammy Watkins ran a post route. Jared Goff's throw was zipping towards him, and at the very last second, Watkins sprung his hands up and came down with the ball. Goff couldn't help but express awe. "You try not to, but then kind of turn around at everyone like, 'Everyone see that?'"

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Best play of the day: Rookie tight end Ricky Seals-Jones had an impressive touchdown catch from fellow rookie, quarterback Trevor Knight. Seals-Jones ran his route toward the goal line up the seam of the defense and turned outside. Knight's pass appeared to be a little further outside than expected so Seals-Jones had to rotate his body more to make the acrobatic catch.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Overheard at camp: "Everybody has a good day. Everybody has a bad day." – Cardinals coach Bruce Arians on the rollercoaster of a training camp the wide receivers, who have come under intense criticism recently, have had this year.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Today's injury report: Left tackle D.J. Humphries (hamstring) was expected to "get extended work" on Wednesday afternoon. Outside linebacker Jarvis Jones is still out with a back injury. Coach Bruce Arians said the first epidural Jones received did not work. "We may have to do another one," he said. Linebacker Philip Wheeler has been out with a foot injury. Arians said Wheeler is close and could be out for another week. Arians feels like linebacker Josh Bynes' hamstring injury is setting him back. "He flashed and like most guys you get off the street, they think they're in shape but they're not in football shape." Outside linebacker Markus Golden has a sore foot.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Today's injury report at camp: Linebacker Anthony Hitchens suffered a bloody nose after getting hit in the face but was able to return without any issue. Rookie cornerback Marquez White (hamstring) returned to practice on a limited basis and recorded an interception. Defensive end David Irving missed his second straight day with an ankle injury.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Play of the day at camp: Cole Beasley had as productive a day as he has had all camp, but he might have made one of the catches of camp too. In seven on seven drills, Beasley was working the back line of the end zone and Dak Prescott threw behind him intentionally away from the defender. Beasley was able to twist backward, make the catch going to the ground and keep his feet inbounds.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Overheard at camp: Executive vice president Stephen Jones said linebacker Jaylon Smith will be on a "pitch count," of sorts when he makes his debut Saturday against the Indianapolis Colts. Jones said the Cowboys like everything Smith has done in training camp but the team wants to be smart with him as he plays his first game since the 2016 Fiesta Bowl.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Trumaine Johnson, on why he has put it on himself to match up against Sammy Watkins in camp: "He's no regular receiver. That's Sammy Watkins. ... You gotta like competition, and I love competition. So of course I'm going to go out there and match up with the best guys."