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  • 8/22, 10:17 pm
    • Luck (shoulder) still has no target...

      Luck (shoulder) still has no target date for a return to practice, head coach Chuck Pagano told the Indianapolis Star. "There's no timeline," he said.

      Analysis: With the Colts having as few as six more practices before the start of the regular season, according to the report, time is running out on Luck's ability to return to full practice and be ready for Week 1. There's been no reports of increased activity in recent days, though the team is giving few details on his status. The Colts haven't changed their stance that they expect Luck to be activated from the Physically Unable to Perform list before the regular season. However, it looks increasingly likely that he may be activated from the PUP list and still miss some regular-season games. Luck is working his way back from surgery to repair a slightly torn labrum in his throwing shoulder.

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  • 8/22, 9:28 pm
    • Grimes (lower leg) returned to practice...

      Grimes (lower leg) returned to practice Tuesday and participated exclusively in position drills, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: The veteran corner didn't do any work during team periods and still wore a sleeve on his injured leg. He remained on the field putting in some extra work following the conclusion of practice, but head coach Dirk Koetter has labeled him as doubtful for Saturday's third preseason contest versus the Browns.

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  • 8/22, 9:04 pm
    • Beckham (ankle) could be in danger...

      Beckham (ankle) could be in danger of missing the Giants' regular-season opener against the Cowboys, Dan Graziano of ESPN reports. Keep in mind Graziano not only did not disclose the source of the speculation, but the source neither provided new information nor offered a concrete prognosis for the injury.

      Analysis: Graziano's unnamed source merely suggested the injury could "potentially" keep Beckham out for Weeks 1 and 2, and that such a result was "not out of the question," i.e., he's not giving any guidance as to how likely that scenario is, merely suggesting that it's possible. Sticking with the facts, we know initial X-rays on Beckham's ankle came back negative, and an MRI confirmed he has a sprain, the severity of which has not been specified. According to another unnamed source in Graziano's column, Beckham's ankle was "very sore" Tuesday, and he's likely to miss the team's final two preseason games. Beckham has almost three weeks to make a full recovery before the September 10 opener, and at this point, we'll have to look to his activity level and the on-record comments from Giants trainers and coaches in the coming days to get a better sense of his Week 1 prospects.

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  • 8/22, 8:02 pm
    • Bell (groin) indicated on his Twitter...

      Bell (groin) indicated on his Twitter account that he is planning to report to training camp Sept. 1.

      Analysis: Bell hasn't yet reported to training camp as he's sought a long-term contract with the Steelers, but it appears as though his holdout is nearing an end. A return date next Friday would be the day after the Steelers' fourth and final preseason game, ensuring Bell doesn't see any exhibition snaps. Barring he and the Steelers finally coming to terms on a contract, Bell will have to sign his $12.12 million franchise tender.

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  • 8/22, 6:57 pm
    • Clayborn (biceps) saw five snaps in...

      Clayborn (biceps) saw five snaps in the Falcons preseason loss to the Steelers on Sunday.

      Analysis: Clayborn had surgery on his biceps after suffering a tear in January. He originally was expected to face a five-month recovery timetable, which has since lingered into training camp. After seeing limited work in practice, the veteran finally made his return to the field Sunday. Barring any setbacks, he seemingly is on track for full health entering Week 1 of the regular season and projects to be a rotational defensive end for the team.

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