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Seattle Seahawks waive 4th-round draft pick WR Gary Jennings Jr.
The Seattle Seahawks have waived fourth-round draft pick Gary Jennings Jr. due to a lack of production.

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Giants RB Saquon Barkley (ankle) won't need surgery -
After getting a second opinion on his high ankle sprain, Saquon Barkley received some good news. The Giants' star RB won't need surgery, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Brees believes he 'can beat' six-week rehab of thumb -
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Jalen Ramsey leaves Jaguars for birth of second child -
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Melvin Gordon ending holdout, will report to Chargers -
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Browns' Baker Mayfield responds to dig from Rex Ryan -
After Rex Ryan called Baker Mayfield "overrated as hell" on Monday, the second-year quarterback responded in kind: "Rex Ryan does not have any colors right now for a reason, so it is OK."

McCoy returns to practice; QB Haskins 'not far away' -
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Earl Thomas: Ravens 'kind of got tired' of Browns hype -
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London travel company collapses, leaving some NFL fans with no tickets, no refunds – ProFootballTalk
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Rams prepping to face former teammate Ndamukong Suh – ProFootballTalk
The Rams will welcome the Buccaneers to Los Angeles this Sunday and that means they'll also be welcoming defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh back to the stadium he called home last season.

No surgery recommended for Saquon Barkley – ProFootballTalk
After getting a second opinion, Giants running back Saquon Barkley has chosen to recover the traditional way. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Barkley returned from his second opinion with Dr. Robert Anderson with a recommendation of no surgery.

Tom Brady looks forward to thinning the herd in Buffalo – ProFootballTalk
The Patriots return to Buffalo on Sunday, for the annual Tom Brady Identified Flying Object game. On Wednesday, he talked about the satisfaction he gets from winning in another team's stadium, and from watching their fans leave the venue.

Teddy Bridgewater expects to do more on offense this week – ProFootballTalk
The Saints offense looked different than usual against Seattle last week. Teddy Bridgewater was the starting quarterback in place of the injured Drew Brees, although that wasn't the sole reason why the offense was pared back.

Mitchell Trubisky responds to Matt Nagy’s profane encouragement – ProFootballTalk
It didn't take much of a lip-reader to see that Bears coach Matt Nagy had a sharp message for quarterback Mitchell Trubisky Monday night. It's also clear it hit its intended target.