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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

On the video of Jourdan Lewis' initial interview with police, he tells them over and over he just wanted to leave the house. He said the accuser wanted him to apologize because he kept the light on when he fell asleep. In the video he says she can call whoever she would like but he wanted to leave the house. In the video, he said he wanted to try and leave the house without touching her.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The prosecution is showing the police car interview footage of Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis talking with Ann Arbor police. Here is part of that footage.

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Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals injury report: LB Alani Fua - knee S Ironhead Gallon - knee DT Ed Stinson - hamstring Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said the team is awaiting MRIs to see how long they'll be out.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Play of the day: Eagles QB Carson Wentz dropped a touchdown pass into WR Marcus Johnson in the corner of the end zone with CB Rasul Douglas in coverage. Johnson, a second-year player out of Texas, is someone to keep an eye on this summer. He could make the team with a strong camp.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lunch break is over as the prosecution is continuing with its case in the misdemeanor domestic violence trial of Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis. Ann Arbor Police Department officer Jenkins. Earlier, officer Mark Pulford testified Jenkins handled some of the interviews with Lewis and the accuser.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

In four days, Jets teammates Matt Forte and Demario Davis will face each other in training-camp drills -- running back vs. linebacker. Today, they squared off on the tennis court -- a charity event at the site of the upcoming U.S. Open. Here, Davis serves to Forte, who smacks a forehand winner. The tennis wasn't sharp, but it was all in fun ... and for a good cause.

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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Today's Chiefs rookie camp roundup: The most significant development has the Chiefs began the three-day camp is that tight end Travis Kelce and linebacker Derrick Johnson were able to participate. Neither practiced during the off-season, Kelsey after having shoulder surgery and Johnson after tearing an Achilles tendon late last season. Both players could be available for full duty on Friday when the Chiefs begin full-squad training camp. Otherwise, since only rookies, quarterbacks and players coming off injuries could participate, the Chiefs operated with a skeleton crew. They had available, for instance, only three lineman on offense and two on defense. The Chiefs hadn't practiced together since the middle of June and the inactivity showed in the passing game. Even in a practice conducted with no contact, the Chiefs completed just 11-of-26 passes in their 7-on-7 drills. "Obviously, having five, six weeks off, it's just good to get back out, working our way back to real football, quarterback Alex Smith saiid.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

This is an example of one of the food items that will be available on all three levels and the suites at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The cost of a Real Deal sausage hoagie, with all natural chicken, will be $7. The new stadium is setting new standards with low-cost food and beverage pricing.

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Zimmer said Sharrif Floyd has improved, but he still doesn't know when -- or if -- Floyd might be able to practice. "You know that guy Carnac (the Magnificent), from Johnny Carson?" he said. "I don't have the envelope.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Overheard: "You're afraid of confrontation. You've got to get that out of your system. You've got to create the confrontation!" Eagles DL coach Chris Wilson to rookie DE Derek Barnett during pass rush drills Tuesday. Barnett explained afterwards that Wilson wants him to get on the tackle as quick as possible to put pressure on him. The first-round pick could be an immediate contributor and is getting coached up hard at the start of camp.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Lucky Whitehead's agent, Dave Rich, said he will sit down with the former Cowboys wide receiver to discuss options legally or with the NFL Players Association after Prince William County Police confirmed it was a case of mistaken identity from a June 22 arrest. Rich said he believes the Cowboys made an example of Whitehead in part because of the off-field issues that have hit the team over the last month. "They needed to make an example of somebody to get those boys' heads on straight. It is calculated. But I get it. It's business … Jason Garrett said it. They needed to do what's in the best interest of the Cowboys. I think they're wrong, but I get it."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets RB Matt Forte, speaking to reporters at a charity event at the Billie Jean King USTA National Tennis Center, scoffed at the dire predictions for the team. "Everybody is saying tanking and all that stuff. A lot of people are jumping ship before the season even starts, but I welcome that," he said. "All y'all can jump ship if you want to. It shows you were never on board in the first place." Forte beat teammate Demario Davis, 6-love, in a tennis match for charity.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

It should be noted that Ravens had interest in running back Bobby Rainey before Kenneth Dixon's injury. Baltimore had been talking with Rainey throughout the summer. But it ended up being good timing for Ravens to add this depth at running back.

Drew Brees @drewbrees

Just ordered my Jimmy John's sandwich from Maple Street.... let's see how long it takes to get to my house...it's 11:36 am