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The MRI came back negative on Phil Taylor's injured knee.

Also suffering an injury Friday was Broncos defensive tackle Phil Taylor. He went with Sylvester Williams Saturday to receive an MRI on his knee and it too came back negative. Coach Gary Kubiak said they thought they might even have Taylor back Saturday, but it's likely he'll be on the field for the next practice.
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Sylvester Williams MRI on his shoulder came back negative.

After suffering an injury in Fridays training camp, Broncos nose tackle Sylvester Williams did not practice Saturday. Instead he went and had an MRI done on his shoulder. The MRI came back negative, and coach Gary Kubiak said that he will be fine. He may be out one more day just for full measure and to be extra careful, as a practice with full pads adds extra weight and stress.
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Jermaine Gresham is not partcipating at practice on Saturday.

As the Arizona Cardinals training camp got underway Friday, lots of things looked sharp on the field. However, even with no pads being worn, and the hitting being very very light, not every player walked away unscathed. One of those players was TE Jermaine Gresham, who left practice early on FRiday with an unknown ailment. Gresham will once again be out Saturday, and waiting to hear on how serious this injury really is.
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Red Bryant (Achilles) is not practicing on Saturday.

As Cardinals training camp got underway Friday, one of the names not on the field was DL Red Bryant. Bryant who is suffering from an achilles strain, will also not practice Saturday. Bryant is in the midst of competing for a starting role along with Frostee Rucker, and no details are out yet about how serious this strain is.
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Devin Hester (toe) said he wants to be healthy before he signs to a new team.

Return man Devin Hester says he'll play one more year in the league, but wants to be healthy first. Hester who was released Tuesday by the Atlanta Falcons, says he's about 75 to 80 percent healthy now, and although seven teams contacted him immediately, he said to them he wouldn't be willing to go until he's 100 percent. Hester is recovering from surgery to his big toe, and the initial timeline was six months. He says that if he isn't healthy by October, than he will officially step away from the game.
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