Richard Sherman @RSherman_25
Houston is a great city. Nice people and good food. This heat and humidity is real though. I don't see how y'all do it everyday.
Bill Barnwell @billbarnwell
A few thoughts on the Teddy Bridgewater situation as someone who is very fond of Bridgewater as a player and a person...
Brady Henderson ESPN
The end of training camp means three things for the Seahawks: 1) no more fans at practice; 2) veterans who were staying at the team hotel are no longer required to; and 3) their annual home-run derby that followed their final camp practice. Russell Wilson, who plays a little baseball on the side, beat out fellow quarterback Austin Davis and rookie tight end Will Dissly for the victory, according to the team.
Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer
Quick-hit personnel thoughts after Patriots' preseason win over Eagles: UP — LB Ja'Whaun Bentley, QB Tom Brady, DE Adrian Clayborn, WR Cordarrelle Patterson, RB James White; DOWN — CB Keion Crossen (3 penalties), WR Eric Decker (drop), CB Jason McCourty (TD), S Damarius Travis.
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer
Neither Jamaal Williams (ankle) and Justin McCray (calf) could say definitively whether they would've been able to return if it were a regular-season game but neither was concerned that the injuries would be long-term issues.
Lindsey Thiry ESPN
It's unlikely Sean McVay will play starters Saturday in a Week 2 preseason game against the Oakland Raiders, which means backup quarterback Sean Mannion should have plenty of opportunity to redeem himself after a poor performance in Week 1. McVay said he'd look for "crisp execution" from the fourth-year pro. "Sean would be the first to tell you he should play better, but I think there were a lot of things that went into it," McVay said Thursday after the final training camp practice at UC Irvine. "Myself, obviously, some of the guys catching the football, protecting up front. So I just think you want to see more sharp, crisp execution, doing a good job recognizing what they're doing and then just being able to play sound football."
John Keim ESPN Staff Writer
Cam Sims opened the Redskins' eyes in the spring and has continued doing so in training camp. They still consider him a raw receiver, but one who is clearly talented. He caught three passes for 57 yards tonight and had a touchdown catch nullified by penalty. But don't expect him to say Alabama coach Nick Saban made a mistake by not throwing to him more. “He never makes no mistakes,” Sims said. “I got two rings. He's not making no mistakes. I went to the college playoffs four years in a row. No, he ain't making no mistakes. He's doing something right.”