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Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie Rams WR Cooper Kupp hasn't heard from anyone who has picked him up in their fantasy league. Yet.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

ILB Mark Barron and CB Kayvon Webster participated in practice today. OLB Robert Quinn was limited to individual work. McVay said it's mostly "preventative maintenance" with Quinn, who has been limited to 15 starts the last two years and dealt with a hand injury during the offseason program.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams coach Sean McVay, on whether he anticipates animosity in the preseason game against the Chargers (there were three fights during their last joint practice in Irvine): "I think it's going to be a great, competitive game."


Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals linebacker Karlos Dansby, who is from Birmingham, Alabama and played at Auburn, said it's "embarrassing" that the Atlanta Falcons have a Chick-fil-A in their new stadium that'll be closed on Sundays. Fortunately for the Cardinals, they play in Atlanta on Saturday.


Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals linebacker Karlos Dansby on his former Arizona teammate Anquan Boldin, who retired Sunday: "My hat goes off to him."


Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have signed cornerbacks Chris Culliver and Corey White. The team placed cornerback Darryl Morris on the injured reserve list and waived-injured guard Blake Muir. Muir will revert to the injured reserve list if he clears waivers.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Tavon Austin is "more than likely" going to be out again this week and will thus miss the third preseason game. Rams coach Sean McVay nonetheless said "signs are very positive" with his progress from the hamstring injury. Here he is catching passes from the Jugs machine.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams coach Sean McVay was asked about watching the eclipse on Sunday and said, "I don't know anything about anything other than football." He didn't end up watching it, either. He was cooped up in his office, watching film.


Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals outside linebacker Jarvis Jones is still out with a back injury but is "close" to returning, coach Bruce Arians said Monday but "not yet." Jones has been missed most of camp with the injury, which was initially diagnosed as a vessel injury and was later changed to a disc condition in his back.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

As the Cardinals prepare for their fourth preseason game of the year, a trip to face the Atlanta Falcons, here are a few updates from this week's depth chart: - WR Jaron Brown was listed as the starter opposite of Larry Fitzgerald. He jumped over John Brown, who was listed as a second-team receiver. - WR Aaron Dobson was moved from the fifth receiver to the fourth team, in a minor reshuffle of the receiving depth chart after Marquis Bundy was waived. - RB Chris Johnson was listed as the sole second-team running back while Kerwynn Williams was moved to the third team. - ILB Josh Bynes has moved up to the second team from the third team, while Philip Wheeler has moved from the second to the third.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

It'd be easy to say Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was in rare form with his one-liners on Monday but it was just Arians being Arians. He started the week with a handful of gems during his daily press conference. Without further ado, here's the best of Bruce Arians from Monday: "He doesn't like it. He'll like it in November." – Arians on running back David Johnson not getting much work during this Saturday's preseason game in Atlanta. Johnson has been limited to nine snaps in the first two preseason games. That likely won't increase against the Falcons. "I don't think after this many years Larry needs to be tackled and if we throw it to him they'll probably tackle him so we probably won't throw it to him." – Arians on if wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald will play much against the Falcons, similar to David Johnson. "Ricky Seals(-Jones) had a nice run. All he had to do was catch it." – Arians on the rookie tight end. "We just got to teach him not to tackle by the head when you get there." – Arians on defensive tackle Olsen Pierre who was flagged for a facemask penalty against the Bears after bringing down Chicago quarterback Mitchell Trubisky by his helmet.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians admitted Monday that, yes, Arizona's training camp – entering its fifth week – is too long. But he didn't break after four weeks, like the Cards have in the past, because then they'd have to start practicing outside at the team's headquarters in Tempe, Arizona. "I don't want to do that myself," Arians quipped. Having 90 players in the Cardinals' bubble wouldn't work, Arians said. "You're stepping all over each other. Just so much easier to stay here." But there has been an upside to the longer camp: "It was really good for our young players just so we can get them in pads and play football and teach them, especially our young linemen," he said.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke Johnson will start at RB for Isaiah Crowell, whose groin issue is not believed to be serious. Expect to get a heavy dose of rookie Matthew Dayes as well.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

CB Eli Apple not on list of players ruled out vs. Browns. Still wouldn't expect much though. Ruled out: WRs Dwayne Harris and Darius Powe, RB Shaun Draughn, LBs Mark Herzlich, J.T. Thomas and Keenan Robinson and OT Michael Bowie.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys announced an attendance of 6,052 at their first training camp practice in Frisco. It is the third highest total of camp. They had 7,671 on July 30 and 7,407 on July 29.