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Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens TE Benjamin Watson tore his Achilles on first play of game. He's out for season.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

In first series back, Ravens QB Joe Flacco goes 4 of 6 for 48 yards. It was solid start for Flacco, who showed he could move in the pocket to elude the pass rush. Ravens kick 40-yard FG to take 3-0 lead.

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On Colts radio broadcast minutes ago Bob Lamey was quick to point out that every Colt and Eagle was standing for our National Anthem.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens TE Benjamin Watson is down on the ground after tripping over own feet while running a route. He's not putting any weight on right leg as he's carried off field.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

DeAndre Levy getting his first preseason action for the Lions. Part of starting defense. Also on there -- SS Tavon Wilson.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts are super thin at cornerback tonight. Here are their active CB's: Darius Butler, Tay Glover-Wright, Frankie Williams, Chris Milton, Darius White, and Winston Rose. Great opportunity for the Philadelphia Eagles to pass the ball.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens' preseason starts with a surprise: WR Mike Wallace lined up for opening kickoff. But it went out of end zone for a touchback.

Garrett: We're confident Romo will be back

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett reveals that QB Tony Romo suffered a broken bone in his back Thursday against the Seahawks, but says it's unrelated to previous injuries.


Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers trimmed their roster to 79 by releasing 9 players and placing another on injured reserve. The team released WR DiAndre Campbell, RB Kendall Gaskins, DL Darren Lake, K John Lunsford, LB Wynton McManis, OL Blake Muir, OL Ian Silberman, WR Jerome Simpson and CB Cleveland Wallace. The 49ers also placed WR Eric Rogers (knee) on injured reserve and traded CB Kenneth Acker to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Niners will need to make four more roster moves by Tuesday's deadline to get to the league-mandated 75-man limit.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens QB Joe Flacco takes the field for a game for the first time since Nov. 22

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

From the football perspective, 49ers coach Chip Kelly said Colin Kaepernick is still competing with Blaine Gabbert for the starting QB job. "He's competing with Blaine to see who our starting quarterback is going to be. We haven't had any discussions in terms of starters right now. Our whole focus today was really making our cuts to 75." The Niners did make some cuts and placed WR Eric Rogers (knee) on injured reserve to trim the roster to 79. They have four moves to make to get to 75 players by Tuesday's deadline.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders announce that LB Neiron Ball, DE Mario Edwards, Jr., TE Gabe Holmes and FS Reggie Nelson will not dress for tonight's exhibition vs. the Titans. Nelson did not practice this week and Ball is somewhat of a surprise, while Edwards and Holmes have been out since being injured in the preseason opener at Arizona two weeks ago.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams have officially announced the deal. Here's a statement from Jeff Fisher ...

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers coach Chip Kelly said he hasn't heard from any other players about QB Colin Kaepernick's decision to sit down during the national anthem: "No, we haven't gotten any feedback from any of our players about the situation. I'm sure some of them would be aware of it after reading the accounts today but no one has expressed anything. We'll talk about it as a team tomorrow."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens not suited up for Saturday's game: WR Steve Smith, WR Breshad Perriman, LB Elvis Dumervil, FS Lardarius Webb, NT Brandon Williams, TE Dennis Pitta, TE Maxx Williams, G John Urschel, FS Kendrick Lewis CB Kyle Arrington, CB Maurice Canady, CB Jerraud Powers, FS Matt Elam, LB Za'Darius Smith and RB Lorenzo Taliaferro

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers coach Chip Kelly on QB Colin Kaepernick not standing for the national anthem: "We recognize his right to express his feelings. It's his right as a citizen." Kelly said Kaepernick did the same thing before the Denver game and that Kaepernick's decision to sit during the anthem will have no impact on the football decision making regarding him.