Can you beat the Crowd’s Line?

Menu With three offensive stars on the mend, the Pittsburgh Steelers limp into AFC Divisional Round matchup with the top-seeded Broncos. Kickoff is slated for 4 p.m. EST on at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium. Quarterback Roethlisberger, receiver Brown, and running back all played a starring role Pittsburgh’s epic 34 comeback win Week 15 — but all three could miss this showdown. Roethlisberger and Brown’s losses would be felt greatest; they teamed up for 189 yards and two touchdowns against the NFL’s top secondary. That secondary is far healthier for this playoff rematch. So too is Peyton Manning, who sat on the sidelines as Osweiler led his team through their regular- meeting Pittsburgh. Here are three keys to advancing for the Steelers and Broncos: Can you beat the Crowd’s Line? Submit your final score prediction below. Good luck! STEELERS: 1. Stack the middle of the field on pass defense Manning no longer has the arm strength to stretch the field. Pittsburgh’s Robert Horry Jersey cornerbacks should play shallow and the linebackers should get deep coverage to crowd passing lanes underneath. Taking away passing game from 20 yards, it would force Manning to try to beat the Steelers deep, something he won’t be able to do on a consistent basis.

Rediscover If Brown is unable to play, it have to be time for the Steelers. The veteran tight end hasn’t been featured much the passing game this with all of the other weapons at Roethlisberger’s disposal. ‘s ability to find creases between the hashes free up some space for Martavis to do some damage on the outside. Expect to have more than the two receptions for nine yards he had last week Cincinnati and the three catches and 12 yards he had last time out against the Broncos. 3. protection With running more routes, Pittsburgh need to use extra tight end or lineman to help block ‘s ferocious pass-rushing tandem of and DeMarcus Ware. Tight end Matt Spaeth saw just 11 snaps last week, but have to shoulder a bigger load to keep Roethlisberger from getting knocked around and causing more problems for his shoulder. BRONCOS: 1. if Manning can go all 60 minutes If Week 15’s game only lasted 30 minutes, Osweiler might still be starting. He torched Pittsburgh with 214 first-half passing yards, three passing touchdowns and a rushing score. And Osweiler was a magnificent 8-for-8 on third downs, too. Then, the meltdown: three fourth-quarter punts, two turnovers on downs and interception. Manning, who hasn’t finished a full game since Nov. 8, have to finish this one Osweiler’s place. 2. Let Chris Jr. get his sweet revenge Jr. saw his 35-game touchdown-less streak snapped by a worthy adversary., he’ll seek payback with or without Brown the lineup. Expect to the cornerback who starred for the majority of the rather than the one who broke down against No. 84 a few weeks back. 3. Do the safety dance Roethlisberger dropped 380 passing yards on the league’s best, but battered secondary Week 15. If he suits up, he’ll have a tougher task against Darian Stewart and T.J. Ward, who both missed the last meeting with injuries. Landry Jones have the unenviable task of outwitting those two safeties if Big can’t go.

Menu Packers RB is rarely inactive Roy Hibbert Jersey for a game. This is only the second game of his career that he’s missed. AP Photo Chiu After his starting job earlier the week, Green Bay Packers running back was declared inactive for the team’s matchup with the Detroit Lions on Sunday. – Green Bay Packers November 15 This is the first game has missed since Week 3 of his rookie, when a concussion sidelined him for a 34 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. overcame that injury and finished his rookie with over 1 rushing yards. He eclipsed that same milestone last year, without missing a single game. This former second-round draft pick has struggled to make a similar impact this year; he’d be lucky to finish with 600 yards. James Starks, a 29-year-old veteran, is the Packers’ new No. 1 running back, as he’s been the more effective ball-carrier this with a yards-per-attempt average of 4. said earlier the week that injuries have not been a factor this, but Green Bay’s decision to inactivate him Week 10 seems to contradict that claim.

General Muntadher fled after two close colleagues were killed after they were summoned to the ministry

The second said: They electrocuted me. They me up from the ceiling. They were pulling at ears with pliers, stamping on head, asking me about wife, saying they would bring her here. According to Maass interview for the investigation: The interrogation centre was the only place the mini green zone Samarra that I was not allowed to visit. However, one day, Steele said to me, ‘hey, they’ve just captured a Saudi jihadi. Would you like to interview him?’ I’m taken not into the main area, the kind of main hall – although out the corner of eye I can that there were a lot of prisoners there with their hands tied behind their backs – I was taken to a side office where the Saudi was brought, and there was actually blood dripping down the side of this desk the office. Peress picks up the story: We were a room the library interviewing Steele and I look around and I blood everywhere, you know. He hears the scream from the other who’s being tortured as we speak, there’s the blood stains the corner of the desk front of him. Maass says: And while this interview was going on with this Saudi Mike Gartner Jersey with Steele also the room, there were these terrible screams, somebody shouting Allah Allah Allah. But it wasn’t kind of religious ecstasy or something like that, these were screams of pain and terror. One of the torture survivors remembers how Adnan Thabit came into the library and he told Captain Dorade and Captain, go easy on the prisoners. ‘t dislocate their shoulders. This was because people were having to undergo surgery when they were released from the library.

General Muntadher fled after two close colleagues were killed after they were summoned to the ministry, their bodies found on a rubbish tip. He got out of Iraq and went to Jordan. less than a month, he says, Steele contacted him. Steele was anxious to meet and suggested he come to the luxury Sheraton hotel Amman where Steele was staying. They met the lobby at 8pm and Steele kept him talking for nearly two hours. According to General Muntadher: He wanted to know specifically: did I have any information about him, James Steele? Did I have evidence against him? Photographs, documents: things which proved he committed things Iraq; things he was worried I might reveal. This was the purpose of his visit. Steele, the, remains enigma. He left Iraq 2005 and has since pursued energy interests, joining the group of companies of Texas oilman Mosbacher. Until now he has stayed where he likes to be – far from the media spotlight. Were it not for Manning’s leaking of millions of US military logs to Wikileaks, which lifted the lid on alleged abuses by the US Iraq, there he well have remained. Footage and images of him are rare. One video clip just 12 seconds features the hour- TV investigation into his work. It captures Steele, then a 58-year-old veteran Iraq, hesitating, looking uncomfortable when he spots a passing camera. He draws back from the lens, watching warily out of the side of his eye and then pulls himself out of sight.

While also won two championships with the Yankees, he said his Mike Richter Jersey years with the A’s make up a significant part of his legacy. I won three World Series here. I played eight years here, nine when I came back, something like that, he said. I hit more home runs here than I hit. I probably accomplished more here…. I ‘t like to compare them, but if I had to say who would it be, I’d probably say the A’s. was the American League and World Series MVP 1973, a year which he tallied 32 home runs and 117 RBIs. He noted that impeccable chemistry is what set the A’s of the early ’70s apart. We were good because we played together throughout the Minor Leagues, and everybody knew where the other guy was going to be, he said. I remember looking to right and Bando was there, look to left it was Rudi, and Catfish and Rollie and Campy. When you went to war every day, when you went on the field every day, you knew you had a chance to win. speculated that those A’s could have won even more titles had the team not been broken up after ’74. I probably think we could have won five or six if we’d have stayed together 10 years, he said. Of course, what injuries would do — we didn’t have injuries. threw out a ceremonial first pitch Saturday night along with Gene Tenace and Fingers, the MVPs of the 1972 and ’74 World Series teams, respectively. enough, said, the current A’s could win a title of their own. They’ll get a diploma here a year or two if they stay healthy — they’ll get their doctorate and win a championship, he said. They’ve got enough pitching there, and I think their front office knows what to do. Leibowitz is associate reporter for. This story was not subject to the approval of League Baseball or its clubs.

Menu Chris hit a three-run to lead the Astros over the Texas Rangers 6 the Alamodome

Menu Chris hit a three-run to lead the Astros over the Texas Rangers 6 the Alamodome on Friday night. ‘s drive off Texas starter cleared the right-center fence 360 feet from home plate at the Alamodome, designed primarily for football and special events such as the NCAA Final Four. Rangers designated hitter Beltre hit his first of the the second inning, almost the same spot as ‘s, to cut the Astros’ lead to 4. Choice hit a two-run shot to trim ‘s lead to one with nobody out the ninth, but the Astros retired the next three batters to end it. starter Jerome gave up one run on three hits and struck out two three innings. allowed four runs and five hits three innings. He walked three and struck out two.

Every Arizona starter but center fielder A.J. Pollock Adrian Clayborn Jersey had a hit off Lohse, who lasted 3 3 innings and surrendered more hits than he recorded outs. He was charged with seven earned runs and saw his rise to 6 after 11 starts as the Brewers fell to 16, matching a club record for losses through 50. Even D-backs starter Hellickson connected against Lohse for a pair of singles, one a go-ahead, three-run second inning. After scoring nine total runs being swept by the Cardinals St. earlier the week, Arizona has scored 14 runs winning the first two of the current series Milwaukee.

Today was, Brewers manager Counsell said. We needed a big performance today. We’d lost six a row we needed a big performance and we didn’t get it. He struggled. It’s concerning. Goldy loves Milwaukee: Goldschmidt’s two home runs marked the sixth time his career he has homered more than once a game. It also added to Goldschmidt’s prodigious numbers at Miller Park. He entered the game with a.476 batting average at Miller Park, the most among players with 40 or more plate appearances. I think he has success everywhere, to be honest, D-backs manager Chip Hale said.

But this is a good place to hit. Good background. Ball seems to carry well. Guys are comfortable hitting here. Another loss for Brewers: Besides losing the game, the Brewers lost another player to injury. Left fielder Khris said he suffered a torn meniscus while striking out the first inning and would undergo surgery on Tuesday, putting him line to become the seventh of Milwaukee’s eight Opening Day position players to a game this. Hellickson hitting stride: After a tough start to the, Hellickson has put together three straight solid starts. On Saturday he allowed two runs over six innings, and he has a 2 record and a 3 over his last three outings. I’m feeling good, Hellickson said. The first handful of starts, I’d fall behind the count and have to throw a fastball and I couldn’t command my offspeed early. I’ve been working on that hard -between starts.

The main thing is just feeling a lot better and keeping the ball Akeem Spence Jersey down, for the most part. QUOTABLE The worst, –, using just those two words to describe the tough times facing the Brewers SOUND SMART WITH YOUR FRIENDS Before playing their 50th game Saturday, the Brewers were more out of first place the National League Central than they had victories this. HISTORY LESSON With their 34th defeat, the 2015 Brewers matched the 1970 and ’72 teams for the most losses the first 50 of a franchise history. The Brewers finished 65 ’70, their first year Milwaukee, and were 65 ’72. The 2002 Brewers, who went on to set a franchise record with 106 losses, were 17 their first 50. WHAT’S NEXT D-backs: The D-backs wrap up their three-game series with the Brewers and a six-game road trip Sunday at 11 a.m. MT at Miller Park. get the start. The right-hander is 1 with a 1 his last five starts. Brewers: Up from -A Biloxi, right-handed sinkerballer Tyler make his League debut when the teams conclude their three-game series on Sunday afternoon. The Brewers called on to replace Wily Peralta, who more than a month with a left oblique strain. ‘s first MLB pitch is scheduled for 1 p.m. CT. Watch every out-of-market regular game.

Hamhuis returned late the second wearing a cage mask

Moments later, Vancouver defenseman Dan Hamhuis was rushed off the ice pouring blood after being hit by inadvertent high stick by Edmonton’s Arcobello. Hamhuis returned late the second wearing a cage mask. Vancouver had a couple of opportunities to extend its lead the first half of the third period, but Scrivens received some help with Taylor Hall and Ference both clearing pucks moments before a Canucks player could put it open net.

There was no Christine Michael Jersey scoring a back-and-forth first period that saw Scrivens face 12 shots and make 10 stops. The biggest save the opening period went to Scrivens, stopping Henrik Sedin tight with a quick kick save with two minutes remaining. NOTES: Vancouver and Edmonton met five times the regular last year, with the Canucks winning three. … The Canucks hadn’t played since defeating the Oilers 6 a shootout last Saturday. … Nugent-Hopkins returned to the lineup after missing the last two .

Menu Robin Thicke laid it on thick at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards on night, making not one but two public proclamations professing his his his estranged wife Patton. When the Blurred Lines singer, 37 accepted the award for Best R&B Single he ended his acceptance speech by saying, Most importantly, I’d like to thank my wife for her and support and for putting up with me all these years. PHOTOS: Hottest looks at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards The high school sweethearts, who announced their separation in , are parents to a 3-year-old boy named Julian.

Us Weekly reported that when Thicke returned Cliff Avril Jersey to the stage to perform his new single, Get Her Back he swapped his usually flashy style for a more reserved, heartfelt rendition. The was penned for his wife. Alright, y’all, help me get her back, Thicke told the crowd. With his eyes glistening, Thicke began his which includes lyrics like, I gotta treat her right and I’m gonna go get her, go get her, go get her, go get her back. He then asked the crowd to put their hands together, as he fell onto his knees and crooned, I gotta get her, I gotta get a girl tonight.

Colin Kaepernick says he has gotten death threats, discusses Terence Crutcher

Colin Kaepernick thought about all the possible backlash that would come along with his national-anthem protest including, sadly, death threats.

Kaepernick said he has gotten some death threats from a “couple different avenues” since he started sitting, and then kneeling, for the national anthem. Kaepernick, a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, is protesting racial injustice and police brutality.

He said he hadn’t alerted team officials to the threats, the San Francisco Chronicle and CSN Bay Area reported.

“No, to me, if something like that were to happen, you’ve proved my point,” said Kaepernick, who spent 15 minutes at his locker Tuesday with reporters. “And it will be loud and clear for everyone why it happened. And that would move this movement forward at a greater speed than what it is even now.”

OVERREACTION: Kirk Cousins and the Redskins (0-2) were a fluke in 2015. Cousins threw a critical end-zone interception that led to Dallas scoring the winning TD.

REALISTIC REACTION: Washington was 4-6 last season before Cousins led them to six straight wins and a division title. Way too early to count them out in the NFC East.

OVERREACTION: Steve Spagnuolo’s defense will lead the Giants (2-0) to the playoffs. After allowing Drew Brees to throw for 511 yards and an NFL-tying seven touchdowns last year, New York limited the Saints to 288 yards in a 16-13 win.

REALISTIC REACTION: The Giants have improved on D, but this team’s success falls on Eli Manning and Ben McAdoo’s high-powered offense.

But that’s an issue for down the line. For this season there isn’t likely to be a quarterback controversy. This is still Jones’ team, and Romo is still his quarterback.

“They either don’t care about what’s going on, or they don’t understand it,” Kaepernick told the Chronicle. “I find it very hard that people don’t understand what’s going on.”

Tough rehab had J.J. Watt worried about playing football again

HOUSTON — Texans defensive end J.J. Watt said there was a point during the offseason when he didn’t know whether he’d ever play football again.

After the Texans’ 30-0 loss in the wild-card round of the playoffs to the Kansas City Chiefs, Watt had major surgery in Philadelphia in January. Watt said he had five muscles repaired and both of his lower abs had to be reattached. He also had to have his abductors (one right and two left) reattached.

As he lay for 10 straight days in a Philadelphia hotel room, Watt said he was overwhelmed with the rehab process and his inability to even walk or get out of bed.

And even though he underwent back surgery just before the start of training camp, Watt said there was no doubt in his mind that he would be ready to play in the regular-season opener against the Chicago Bears.

“No, there was never a doubt,” Watt said. “Those guys were awesome in helping me and also awesome in being willing to have an aggressive approach. After a surgery, the rehab can go one of many ways, and these guys were willing to accept my aggressive style, and we did it in a smart fashion, but we did it in a way that we knew that this really wasn’t going to be an issue.”

Watt has not missed a game in his five-year NFL career, playing in 85 consecutive games, including the playoffs.

Watt has not missed a game in his five-year NFL career, playing in 85 consecutive games, including playoffs. Watt has played in 89.9 percent of the Texans’ defensive snaps since he was drafted in 2011, which is the highest percentage among all defensive linemen, according to ESPN Stats & Info. Since 2012, Watt has played in 92.8 percent of the team’s defensive snaps.

And so, though Watt said the coaching staff might be cautious and put some limitations on what he can do or how long he can play, he plans to fight to play as much as he has in the past.

“I’m sure that they are going to try to put some limitations on me and we are going to have that conversation here as the week goes on,” Watt said. “The way that I felt in the last two practices, I don’t feel it’s necessary. My body feels great. My conditioning level feels great.”

Watt said this has been a tough offseason after going through two surgeries and two rehabs, but it has changed his perspective to not take his health for granted.

“It definitely gives you a new outlook, kind of a fresh approach,” Watt said. “You see things from a different light when you’re going through stuff like that and you go through the ups and downs.

“There have been some days where it has sucked, where it absolutely sucked, but I really enjoyed the adversity that we faced and I enjoyed having to overcome those things and challenges that I really haven’t had before. I hope to never have an offseason like this again. But I definitely learned and grew from it.”

“When I was in Philadelphia after the first surgery, there were some days there where I really questioned whether or not I’d ever be able to play again,” Watt said. “Just some of the stuff we were dealing with from a rehab standpoint. And just the way that the recovery was going early on.”

Jim Harbaugh: ‘I don’t respect’ action of Colin Kaepernick’s protest

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan Wolverines football coach Jim Harbaugh didn’t mince words when asked Monday about the recent protest made by his former quarterback, Colin Kaepernick.

“I acknowledge his right to do that. I don’t respect the motivation or the action,” said Harbaugh, who coached Kaepernick with the San Francisco 49ers.

Harbaugh looked to clarify his comments in a tweet later Monday.

Kaepernick remained seated while the national anthem played prior to the 49ers’ preseason game Friday against the Green Bay Packers. After the game, he told reporters he sat because he didn’t want to show pride in a country that oppresses people of color.

“To me, this is bigger than football, and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way,” Kaepernick told reporters. “There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”

“We talk about the national anthem each and every year prior to our first preseason game and how we conduct ourselves during the national anthem,” McCarthy said. “But I think when you do get to a situation where there are social issues, I think everybody – players and coaches alike – feel there is a responsibility to stand up for that. With that, that’s where the communication between you and your football team takes place, and you respect each and every man for where they came from and who they are.

“With that, it’s more about not what they stand up for but really when. And I think those are the types of things that you work through.”

After Saturday’s game he let a little of that show. Asked if he thought he would be named starter, Siemian said: “I feel confident. Ultimately it’s up to [Kubiak], it’s a better question for him.’’

Asked if he believed he had done enough to be the starter, Siemian said: “I do, but again that’s not my call. I’ll just try to be the best teammate I can be.’’

Turns out the kid was right.

On what was a day off for many of his teammates, Berry bumped into Alex Smith and some of the other quarterbacks, and they greeted each other warmly. He sat in the office of the head coach and talked with Andy Reid about what they would try to accomplish this season.

It was time for Berry, the Chiefs’ franchise player, to get back to work after skipping all of the offseason practice sessions and training camp in protest. So he did. Berry signed the Chiefs’ one-year contract worth about $10.8 million and put aside thoughts of anything but football.

“Everybody in this building knows me,’’ Berry said Monday, shortly before practicing for the first time. “I’m about business. I’m going to handle business like a professional. Aside from that, I’m going to give you everything I’ve got on every snap. Whatever happened in the offseason, that’s the offseason.

“That’s in my DNA. I can’t change that.’’

Berry will be available to help the Chiefs through that process from this point forward. That was always part of his plan. Football and the Chiefs mean too much to Berry for him to miss games and practices when they really count.

Tom Brady’s $50 snack packages sell out in just one day

Tom Brady’s $50 snack packages sell out in just one day

METAIRIE, La. — Sean Payton said he doesn’t follow fantasy football, but that didn’t stop him from giving the ultimate fantasy endorsement to rookie New Orleans Saints receiver Michael Thomas on Tuesday.

On Tuesday, Carroll lauded friend and Washington-bred rapper Ben Haggerty, aka Macklemore, for showcasing his Monarchs on his Snapchat account and, more importantly, for picking them over Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry’s polarizing “Chef Curry” shoes.

Carroll expressed his affection for Curry’s sneakers — which, like the Air Monarchs, are dubbed as “dad shoes” on social media — a few months ago, yet he remains loyal to the old-school, all-white lowtops he calls “Air Paternos.”

The stadium has hosted three events already, as a Chelsea-AC Milan friendly and concerts from Luke Bryan and Metallica have functioned as soft openings of sorts before the Vikings move in. As such, we’ve put together this user’s guide for the stadium, based on tours we’ve taken of the facility, some suggestions from the Vikings and the reviews all of you submitted this week on Twitter and Facebook.

Two general themes emerged from what many of you said about the stadium: Aesthetically, it’s as impressive as the Vikings and architect HKS hoped it would be, with natural light streaming through the clear roof, ideal sight lines and striking views of downtown Minneapolis through the glass doors on the west side of the stadium. And logistically, it’s a work in progress.

Donald Brown was released by the Patriots on Tuesday, a source told ESPN. Brown signed a one-year, $965,000 contract with the Patriots

Brown entered the NFL as a first-round draft choice of the Indianapolis Colts, playing five years with them before spending the 2014 and 2015 seasons with the San Diego Chargers.

By releasing him, the Patriots thin their ranks at a position that was already short on depth. Blount is the top power option, while third-year man James White projects to step in for Lewis as the top “passing back” until his return. The team also has Brandon Bolden (5th year), Tyler Gaffney (3rd year), Joey Iosefa (2nd year) and undrafted rookie D.J. Foster at running back.

In addition to releasing Brown, the Patriots also informed defensive tackle Frank Kearse and cornerback E.J. Biggers of their releases. Both were long shots to make the roster.

Snapchat helps Tony McDaniel land spot with Seattle Seahawks

Eventually, in part because of a calf injury to nose tackle Sealver Siliga, the Seahawks agreed. McDaniel worked out for the team Monday and signed a contract, Canter said.

McDaniel, 31, started 29 games for the Seahawks in 2013 and 2014. The team released him last August, and McDaniel signed a one-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He will have to compete for a roster spot in the weeks ahead.

Serena Williams will enter the US Open with even more question marks after pulling out of the Western & Southern Open on Monday.

Williams, the two-time defending champion in Cincinnati, cited a right shoulder injury, the same setback that forced her to withdraw from the Rogers Cup in Montreal last month.

For more than three years, Serena Williams has been the No. 1 player in the land, but that could come to an end — and at the worst possible time.

RIO DE JANEIRO — Everyone in American basketball circles understands that there will never, ever be another Dream Team.

That’s easy to accept.

Far less pleasant for the latest assemblage of Team USA hoopsters to stomach is the growing realization that even their dream scenario here at the Summer Olympics, which was presumed to be pretty attainable, continues to dribble out of reach.

Winning in style is no longer the target.

Winning, period, is the sole aim now.

USA Basketball’s Rio roster is unquestionably stronger than the one stocked with fill-ins that dominated the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain, but opposition continuity is proving to be a stubborn and dangerous equalizer a mere two years later down here in South America. Although a clutch of perennial powers have all creakily descended from their respective peaks — namely Spain, Argentina and the hosts Brazil — no longer is Team USA expected to roll like so many know-it-alls worldwide presumed when we got here.

Brock Osweiler responds to John Elway comments on QB’s benching

Osweiler signed a four-year, $72 million contract with the Texans in March, choosing that over a smaller offer from the Broncos. Last season, Osweiler went 5-2 in seven starts for the Broncos, throwing for 1,967 yards, 10 touchdowns and six interceptions.

“I can understand that he didn’t want to sit down and have Peyton come back in that San Diego game, but it wasn’t the fact that Brock was playing bad,” Elway told the Denver Post. “We needed a change of something.

“So I was a little surprised just how he seemed to be a little bent out of shape about that. But he had an opportunity to make a tremendous amount of money in Houston, and for us, it just didn’t fit.”

The Texans and Broncos play on Oct. 24 in Denver on Monday Night Football.

Last offseason, the Minnesota Vikings signed Kevin McDermott to a two-year, $1.26 million contract. It probably did not register on your radar. Most contracts for long-snappers don’t.

On Monday afternoon, the Vikings signed McDermott to a new contract. This one pays him $4 million over four years, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Long snapper Kevin McDermott and #Vikings have agreed to a 4-year, $4 million extension, source said. Locking him up until 2020
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 8, 2016

Buffalo Bills

Even as wide receiver Sammy Watkins and defensive linemen Marcell Dareus and Kyle Williams return to practice, the injury bug continued to strike. Left tackle Cordy Glenn was in a walking boot Monday, which will likely keep him out for the foreseeable future, while guard Richie Incognito left Monday’s practice with rib soreness. The Bills just need to get through Tuesday’s practice healthy as they continue their week of preparation for Saturday’s preseason opener against the Colts. — Mike Rodak

Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins released their first depth chart of training camp, and rookie first-round pick Laremy Tunsil is officially the second-string left guard. Tunsil has plenty of work ahead in a short span to earn a starting job before the regular season, and a strong performance in practice this week and in Friday’s preseason opener against the Giants will go a long way. — James Walker