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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Two players who stood out Wednesday: receivers Terrelle Pryor and Josh Doctson. Pryor consistently created separation on comebacks by getting out of his break quickly. Doctson got off the line well, ran good routes -- with good stems -- to get free. A strong first day for both.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Play of the day: The Eagles have the Carson Wentz-Alshon Jeffery connection going early. During the team's first full-squad practice of training camp, Wentz targeted Jeffery deep down the right sideline. Jeffery, surrounded by a pair of defenders, rose up to secure the catch. The young QB is now armed with some playmakers.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders, who just finished a pre-minicamp for rookies, officially report to Napa for training camp on Friday. The team will make available to the media WR Amari Cooper, C Rodney Hudson, rookie S Obi Melifonwu and rookie MLB Marquel Lee. The first practice is Saturday at 11 am PT.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

After leaving Thursday's practice with trainers, Bills OT Seantrel Henderson has returned and is lining up at left tackle with he first team in place of Cordy Glenn.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin wants Le'Veon Bell at camp but will choose to focus his energy elsewhere.

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

NFL's transaction wire for Thursday says the Bills acquired a conditional seventh-round pick in 2019 from the Chargers for quarterback Cardale Jones.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Overheard at camp: This wasn't overheard in practice. This came loud and clear from quarterback Cam Newton during his first press conference since last season. In talking about 37-year-old defensive end Julius Peppers, listed at 6-foot-7 and 287 pounds, the 6-foot-5, 246-pound Newton said, "Probably the biggest human being I've ever seen in my life on the football field. Just pound for pound.'' Newton followed that by saying cornerback Captain Munnerlyn (5-9) is "probably the smallest human being I've seen.'' He did follow this up with, "I'm just teasing.''

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Overheard: One thing that caused a stir in Redskins' camp? A fan showing up in a Dallas jersey. That's a no-no in Redskins territory and fans reacted accordingly. As the fan left, another shouted: "Get him out of here! Get him out of here!" To which a policeman replied: "If you don't settle down, you'll be joining him."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie report of camp: Nothing great from first-round pick Christian McCaffrey, but it is obvious from the number of short passes and screens being thrown in the running back's direction there are big plans for him. The crowd loves him, too. He can make a simple move and there are oohs and ahs from fans on the hill overlooking the practice field at Wofford College. Defenders can't love McCaffrey, though. He's so fast on his cuts that it leaves them grasping for air.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Best play of camp: No question it was Cam Newton's last pass of team drills. Limited on deep throws for much of the first two days, the 2015 NFL MVP uncorked about a 45-yard pass down the left sideline that tight end Greg Olsen caught in stride. Newton was pleased, running with his arms spread line an airplane in search of Olsen to celebrate. He celebrated more with backup quarterback Joe Webb on the sideline. Coach Ron Rivera liked it, noting it was a good ending for Newton after he struggled a bit with his accuracy early. "He's working that timing back,'' Rivera said. "We'll talk about whether we'll increase the reps tomorrow or not. His throws were pretty good as we finished up practice, so that was good to see.''

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

First apparent injury situation of Bills training camp: offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson heads to locker room with members of training staff. Unclear what happened.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie report: Defensive end Johnathan Allen worked with the first team for a handful of snaps. On one rep, he used quickness to initially beat a double team and then finished with power. Linebacker Ryan Anderson showed his strength on one bull rush, knocking tackle Vinston Painter to the ground. He was more effective using power when rushing.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chargers announced they have waived QB Eli Jenkins to make room for QB Cardale Jones on 90-man roster.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Best play: Second-year corner Kendall Fuller made a diving interception off Kirk Cousins on a deep post to receiver Brian Quick. Fuller had placed himself in good position to the inside and when the ball was overthrown, he laid out. Fuller looked good during the spring workouts as well. He's been working as the No. 3 corner.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Sammie Coates (knee, PUP list) says he's working to get back in the next few weeks.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals announced that they've signed veteran LB Philip Wheeler to a one-year contract. Looks like he's on the lower field going through some warm-up drills wearing No. 57.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Overheard at camp: Over the last two seasons Jason Garrett leads the players in jumping jacks at the end of pre-practice stretching period. It's a little old school, but the coach wasn't pleased with the performance Thursday morning and made the players do them twice. "Ninety guys need to be doing jumping jacks," Garrett said. "If 89 guys do it, we are going to do it again."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie report at camp: Fourth round pick Ryan Switzer left practice early after straining a hamstring while making a catch of a Kellen Moore pass during seven-on-seven drills. Switzer had to reach for the pass and grabbed for his leg as he made his way back to the huddle. He was taken to the medical tent for observation and did not return. Jason Garrett was not sure of the severity of the injury. First-rounder Taco Charlton suffered what could have been a slight stinger early in practice. After taking some time to rest, Charlton took some reps in pass rush deals as well as 11-on-11 work.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Injured inside linebacker Deone Bucannon, who's still recovering from offseason ankle surgery, has start to run on grass outside of the stadium, coach Bruce Arians said Thursday. "He's getting close," Arians said. Arians would like Bucannon to practice for "at least" a week or 10 days before he plays in a game, which could be as soon as early September, so he can get into football shape. "It's one thing to be out there on grass running around and it's another thing to hold off 300-pound linemen on that leg and run and chase backs," Arians said.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Who said there's no weather in Arizona? Severe rain Tuesday morning soaked the Cardinals' field before it was rolled in for practice that day, causing University of Phoenix Stadium to get rather uncharacteristically humid on Tuesday. But Arians said it helped his team. "I never felt that humidity in this building," Arians said. "The humidity in the building helped us a bunch. It was basically like being outside. It fatigued us pretty good and like most teams, once fatigue hits, mental errors follow so the last 40 minutes of our practice, we had quite a few mental errors, especially our younger players. It was a really good day from start to finish."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians had no new injuries to announce. He said everyone who practiced Tuesday was expected to practice again today. He hopes to have linebacker Jarvis Jones back Friday. Jones has been out with a "vessel" injury in his quad. Safety Ironhead Gallon, who suffered a knee injury and had an MRI on Tuesday "got a really good report." He could be back today. Arians also said LB Alani Fua, who has a knee injury, could be out 2 to 4 weeks.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said veteran free agent cornerback Brandon Flowers passed his physical with the team on Wednesday. "He looked good," Arians said. But the team has yet to announce Flowers' signing. Arians also confirmed reports that veteran cornerback Tramon Williams will visit the Cardinals today. Arians said who gets signed is "a matter of what (general manager) Steve (Keim) wants to do."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Play of the day at camp: Anthony Brown opened training camp a year ago with a pick of Tony Romo. On Thursday, he was able to get Dak Prescott in team drills. After a run fake to Ezekiel Elliott, Prescott was looking for Dez Bryant on a slant but he was nudged slightly as he made the throw causing the pass to sail. Brown came down with the interception and crisscrossed his way down the field as the offense pursued.