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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Patricia provides no update on Lions center Graham Glasgow, who left practice Tuesday with what appeared to be a left leg injury. Wesley Johnson replaced him in the lineup after Glasgow's injury Tuesday. The Lions signed Johnson, a former Jets center, in the offseason. Patricia said Johnson's "command of the offensive line was really good" so far in training camp.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Things to watch for with the Bucs-Titans joint practices: Jameis Winston/Ryan Fitzpatrick vs. a Titans secondary that may be one of the most underrated in the NFL. Kevin Byard's an INT machine and Adoree Jackson has had an excellent camp. Also, they'll be seeing a mix of 3-4/4-3 up front. Good test prepping for the Steelers in Week 3.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott said Wednesday that DE Trent Murphy will continue to miss practice time with a "nagging" groin injury. Murphy signed a three-year, $22.5 million deal with Buffalo in the offseason but was limited until training camp because of his recovery from a torn ACL. Murphy has since twice missed time with a groin injury, "We're trying to figure it out," McDermott said. 2016 first-round pick Shaq Lawson has taken first-team reps in Murphy's place.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

After Corey Coleman did not play in the Bills' preseason opener after being acquired from the Browns, Bills coach Sean McDermott said Wednesday he will play Friday in Cleveland. "We're getting to the point now where it's, ‘Hey, here's the playbook, you got to know it.' Right now we're still digesting. ... There will be some clarity around what his role is Friday night. Biggest thing is we want him to come out and play fast and play physical."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Tuesday's episode of "Hard Knocks" showed former Browns receiver Corey Coleman confronting Hue Jackson in his office about playing time and then, with his voice cracking, asking to be traded. Bills coach Sean McDermott, asked Wednesday if he was aware of that exchange when the Bills traded a seventh-round pick in 2020 for Coleman, said, "Not just in this situation, we gather as much information as we can, and [GM] Brandon [Beane] and his staff do a really good job of that. In this case, I can't honestly — I don't tune into that, I'm focused on our team, quite honestly — but we're aware of a lot of things."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott said Wednesday of Tyrod Taylor, who will face his former team Friday in Cleveland, "I can just tell you that I have a ton of respect for Tyrod. We certainly shared some moments last year together and he was instrumental in us making the playoffs. I got a ton of respect for his family, how hard the young man works and the great intangibles that he holds and possesses. I wish him nothing but the best for us — certainly we've moved forward, and I know he has as well — and I wish him nothing but the best."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott declined to name a starting quarterback Wednesday for Friday's preseason game in Cleveland. Like the preseason opener, the Bills will likely wait until about an hour before kickoff to reveal their starter. McDermott said Wednesday all three quarterbacks have "had their moments" in camp, "good and bad."

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie QB Mason Rudolph discusses his successful two-minute drive in practice, going 6-of-7 with a touchdown.


Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

There's a possibility that safety Clayton Geathers (knee), who has been slowing increasing his snaps in practice, could make his debut against the Baltimore Ravens on Aug. 20. Geathers opened training camp on the physically unable to perform list. “I think these next few days will tell," coach Frank Reich said. "I think we are hoping that he can be ready. There's just a confidence in it. A lot of that comes from the player. It's a combination of talking with the trainers and the doctors. When a guy is ready and healthy, sometimes there's just that last emotional step of, ‘Hey, I'm ready to go out there and go full speed for 20 plays or whatever it is.' That's a team process to get through that, but hopefully, he will be ready to go.”

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Antonio Brown, who participated in team drills and caught a slick touchdown pass, signing autographs after the session.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders camp Day 19 Quote of the Day II comes from QB Derek Carr, on rookie RB Chris Warren getting some in-game inspiration during Friday's exhibition opener against Detroit: "Marshawn's mom called down to the sideline and gave him a pep talk and he played real well for us…he started to run physical as a rookie. You guys can ask Marshawn about that, if that's true or not. Make sure you guys bug him with that one. Next time you talk to him, make sure you ask him. She called him during the game. Love you, Mama Lynch."