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Bills have placed Dan Carpenter, Leodis McKelvin, Mario Williams on active/non-football injury list to start camp.

Williams is the big name on this list, and he is part of the trio that will be out indefinitely, although it's speculated that the injuries are not serious. Head coach Rex Ryan will elaborate on the extent of the injuries after practice Friday morning. Analysis: Zack Carpenter

Falcons place LT Lamar Holems (broken right foot) on the physically unable to perform list.

Holms will miss all of training camp and odds are heavily in favor of him being sidelined for the entire season, although there is no official timetable for his return. Holmes was expected to compete for a starting left tackle position. Analysis: Zack Carpenter

Broncos are not signing Jake Long at this time after visiting with him Thursday.

Long is coming off his second ACL surgery, so he has a big red flag hovering over him for any team that might be interested in him. The former No. 1 overall pick is desperately looking for a deal, but whatever deal he lands won't land him anything more than a year or two, and probably no guaranteed money. Analysis: Zack Carpenter

Leonard Williams is working with the first team in Thursday's practice.

The Jets are expecting a big contribution from their first round pick this year. Williams was one of the most talented players in this year's draft class and should be able help out an already-great defense right away. Analysis: Zack Carpenter

Dee Milliner(Achilles) was cleared Wednesday for practice.

Milliner missed most of last season with an Achilles tear. The former No. 9 overall pick is battling for a reserve role in a defensive backfield that is loaded. The Jets will love to have Milliner to provide secondary depth to a defense that could end up being one of the best in the AFC. Analysis: Zack Carpenter

Cordarrelle Patterson continues to work with the second team offense so far in training camp.

Many experts thought Patterson was set for a breakout year in 2014, but that obviously didn't happen. It doesn't look like Patterson will be much of a contributor this season either. Analysis: Zack Carpenter

David Nelson, Greg Little, and Santonio Holmes worked out for the Bengals Thursday.

The Bengals are trying to find a No. 3 receiver behind A.J. Green and Brandon Tate. They're working out a trio of receivers whose best days are behind them. Nelson (6 games), Little (6) and Holmes (9) saw very little action last year. Analysis: Zack Carpenter

A judge in Texas has granted a motion by Adrian Peterson's attorney to lift his probation early.

Looks like Peterson can finally get back to focusing exclusively on producing for the Vikings. Peterson will be playing 2015 with a huge chip on his shoulder, trying to prove he is still an elite running back who can get it done. He is in great shape and it looks like he is fully prepared to handle another big workload after sitting out all but one game last year. Analysis: Zack Carpenter

Cowboys RB Darren McFadden will start training camp on the PUP list. He has a hamstring injury.

McFadden being hurt isn't exactly shocking news as the running back has a long injury history. In 2014, he "enjoyed" his first career full 16-game season--even playing in every game, McFadden only registered 534 yards and two touchdowns. Some might think that the new scenery in Dallas will see him reach a resurgence, but it's highly unlikely (even if he does stay healthy). If he is going to be drafted, he should be taken in one of the last rounds as a low risk pick to stash on your bench in case he does end up shocking people. But Joseph Randle is a much more valuable back and should be taken way ahead of McFadden. Analysis: Zack Carpenter

Bears coach John Fox refused to elaborate on what is wrong with Kevin White's shin, calling him day-to-day, saying it's not long term.

Fox will keep things under wraps for now and there's little anyone else can do about that. Consider White day-to-day and hope that Fox' secrecy has only to do with him being truculent with the media and not a worse issue with the rookie's leg. Analysis: Howard Bender

Panthers General Manager says he has spoken to Stephen Hill and the team will let is citation for drug paraphernalia go through the legal process.

Translation: If the law doesn't burn you, neither will we. It's just a misdemeanor citation and one that only bears attention if the team believes Hill is a problem/bad influence on the team. If the legal system sweeps it under the rug, the Panthers seem content with doing the same. Hill is still a long shot to even make the 53-man roster. Analysis: Howard Bender

When asked about the talents of Marqise Lee, Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley said, "I don't have a doubt in Marqise. I really like what I've seen in him."

Lee missed most of mini-camp with a knee issue but has been cleared for practice and is expected to be a full-participant for training camp. Lee is expected to play a big role in the passing game and should work opposite Allen Robinson most of the time with Allen Hurns being the third wideout in three-receiver sets. His value will likely be at its best in standard leagues, not PPR. Analysis: Howard Bender

Casey Walker is on the PUP list (knee tendinitis) , and did not practice Thursday.

Walker continues to struggle with his knee issues and will be hampered in his competition for a depth role on the Ravens defensive line. No one in IDP leagues should own him. Analysis: Howard Bender

Jaguars say DE Chris Clemons did not report to training camp because he is dealing with personal issues.

No word as to what the situation is for Clemons, but he likely has the permission of the team. This is not a hold-out situation. Expect him to join the Jaguars within a few days. Analysis: Howard Bender

Devonta Freeman will open camp as the Falcons starter.

The coaching staff made this clear during mini-camp but few believe that Freeman will hold off Tevin Coleman. The rookie out of Indiana is a better runner and should eventually take over, whether it's here in training camp or withing the first couple of weeks of the season. The fact that Freeman was unable to leapfrog a banged-up Steven Jackson last season speaks volumes to his outlook. Analysis: Howard Bender

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