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Carlos Nava Columnist, ESPN Deportes 

El corredor titular de los Cowboys, Ezekiel Elliott, es el único de los considerados titulares ofensivos que aún falta por debutar en la pretemporada. El entenador Jason Garrett aseguró que aún no han determinado si Elliott jugará esta pretemporada. Elliott está suspendido los primeros seis partidos de la temporada acusado de violencia doméstica, aunque se encuentra en proceso de apelación a la sentencia.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals were without one starter at inside linebacker – Karlos Dansby – and had another – Haason Reddick – dealing with cramps. They're already dealing with depth issues at the position because of injuries and it could become a concern for coach Bruce Arians. "I hope to hell they get healthy," Arians said. "I'll be concerned if we're playing with the group we had tonight."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was concerned about the Chicago Bears' success running the ball Saturday night. Arizona gave up 75 rushing yards in the first quarter – 72 of which were to Tarik Cohen. For the game, the Bears had 102. "Hell yeah," Arians said. "You don't want to see anybody come here and run 10-, 15-yard runs against any of our defenses but especially our number ones."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals' offensive line wasn't to blame for some, if not all, of quarterback Carson Palmer's hits on Saturday night, coach Bruce Arians said. Arians put the blame on Palmer for holding the ball too long "and getting himself hit."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was not impressed with the play of starting quarterback Carson Palmer in Saturday's game against Chicago. Palmer was 9-of-14 passing for 67 yards and a touchdown, but, Arians said, Palmer's struggles weren't all his fault. "I thought Carson was not as sharp as he's been," Arians said. "We didn't do a lot of work against these guys for him and it showed for him."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals wide receiver John Brown "had no chance" to play in Saturday night's game against the Bears, coach Bruce Arians said. Brown has been dealing with a lingering quad injury.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals rookie linebacker Haason Reddick had cramps in his hands which caused him to miss some plays in the first half, coach Bruce Arians said.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Both Cardinals running back David Johnson and wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald were limited to just a handful of snaps on Saturday because coach Bruce Arians said they don't need to get tackled that much. He wanted both of his stars to get a feel for the game and then get out. Johnson had three carries for three yards and Fitzgerald had one target but didn't make a catch.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians called Tyrann Mathieu's decision to get down during his 52-yard interception return in the second quarter "smart" but Arians made sure to give Mathieu a hard time about getting caught by a quarterback. "He's got to get in shape," Arians said.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson told coach Bruce Arians pregame that his line – the farthest he feels comfortable kicking from – was the 37-yard-line because of the field conditions at University of Phoenix Stadium. Arians still had him kick the 63-yarder with 1 second left in the second quarer "just to see what the hell."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said there was miscommunications on plays called inside the 2-yard-line with starter Carson Palmer, which led to Arians decided to go for it on fourth-and-1 about with 6:11 left in the second quarter. Arians also said there were issues with Palmer not reading his wristband properly.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

"That's against all rules of preseason football." – Cardinals coach Bruce Arians on why he didn't kick the extra point with 14 seconds left in the game that would've tied the game at 24. Instead, the Cardinals went for a two-point conversion, which failed, causing them to lose 24-23.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals K Phil Dawson told me he's never had a missed field goal returned for a touchdown in his first 18 years in the NFL.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Niners coach Kyle Shanahan says Eli Harold and Ahmad Brooks are competing for starting SAM linebacker job. Harold started tonight after Brooks got the nod last week. One more competition to monitor next couple of weeks.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Derek Carr said he put his hand on Khalil Mack's shoulder during the anthem to show people that "it's ok for a white kid and a black kid that come from two different neighborhoods to grow up and love one another and be best friends."

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Khalil Mack said Derek Carr placing his hand on his shoulder during the anthem was meant as "a show of unity."

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders played their starters for three series in an eventual 24-21 loss to the Rams, into the second quarter, on both sides of the ball. And while the offense, particularly quarterback Derek Carr, looked crisp, the defense was burned to a crisp…other than reigning NFL defensive player of the year Khalil Mack. It was a good tune-up for both sides, though you have to wonder how much the Raiders will subject their front-line players to potential injury the next two exhibition games. Even if the defense needs major tinkering. It was the third-string defense that gave up the lead with just over a minute to play as Oakland fell to 0-2 in the preseason.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Mannion marched the Rams 80 yards up the field for the game-winning drive in a 24-21 win over the Raiders. Mannion converted on 4th and 9 with a dart to Mike Thomas, who absorbed a helmet-to-helmet hit from a Raiders DB. Mannion then sailed a 20-yard pass up the sideline to Josh Reynolds, their long, athletic fourth-round pick, who battled for the football and won. Very good day all around for the Rams, now 2-0!8! the preseason.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears stave off Arizona for a 24-23 victory, but the story is again the quarterbacks. Mike Glennon was so-so; completing 13-for-18 pass attempts for 89 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Rookie Mitchell Trubisky, who entered the game late third quarter, finished the night 6-for-8 for 60 yards and one touchdown. Overall, the Bears played better on both sides of the ball, especially on defense.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

FINAL: Broncos 33, 49ers 14 -- The Niners turned the ball over five times, including three by the starting offense and Denver dominated on Saturday night. It's the preseason so it's hard to be too alarmed but the giveaways, penalties and other self-inflicted mistakes have been a common theme for the starters the first two weeks of the exhibition season. Niners coach Kyle Shanahan and his group have a lot of work to do between now and the start of the regular season.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

FINAL: Broncos 33, 49ers 14. The Broncos moved to 2-0 in the preseason as they forced four turnovers when the first- or second-teamers were in the game and they forced a fifth turnover in the fourth quarter. And now the wait will begin to see when coach Vance Joseph makes the decision at quarterback.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears receiver Daniel Braverman can't handle a short kickoff. Arizona recovers. That's a bad mistake for a guy on the bubble.

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

In the first two preseason games, Texans rookie running back D'Onta Foreman has the team's longest rush (41 yards) and catch (63 yards). Foreman said he thinks he catches the ball well and wanted to show that is a part of his game.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jerry Jones wasn't ready to say Cooper Rush could be the Cowboys' backup to Dak Prescott despite the rookie's play. "I'm just glad to see Rush taking advantage of his opportunities out there," Jones said. "Wouldn't want to get ahead of ourselves in any way here. And the other thing is that we have a lot of confidence in (Moore), his ability to be able to get in there when we would call on him with the personnel around him and get the ball in the right places."