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  • 8/16, 8:27 pm
    • Spence, who recorded a tackle for...

      Spence, who recorded a tackle for loss in last Friday's preseason opener against the Bengals, is expected by coaches and teammates to emerge as a dominant force in 2017, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. "Everybody talks about Noah being a double-digit sack guy and all that," defensive coordinator Mike Smith said. "Really, we just need him to be as aggressive as he can be, and sometimes it's not on the stat sheet. If he can draw the offensive line turning to him or draw some double teams or chips, it's going to allow other guys to get there."

      Analysis: The second-year defensive end managed 5.5 sacks and three forced fumbles during his rookie campaign, despite playing the majority of the year with a torn labrum in his shoulder that ultimately required offseason surgery. Spence impressed in joint practices against the Jaguars on Monday and Tuesday, and defensive-line teammates like Gerald McCoy and Robert Ayers have also voiced lofty expectations for Spence, with the former comparing him to legendary pass rushers like the late Derrick Thomas, and the latter labeling him as a "15-plus-sack guy". Spence's combination of speed, flexibility and athleticism -- and Smith's aggressive scheme -- could potentially help him make a similar Year-2 leap to that of the Falcons' Vic Beasley, who went from four quarterback takedowns in his rookie 2015 campaign to an NFL-leading 15.5 sacks last season.

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  • 8/16, 7:33 pm
    • Parkey is outperforming rookie kicker Zane...

      Parkey is outperforming rookie kicker Zane Gonzalez so far in training camp, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

      Analysis: Per the report, Gonzalez made all five of his field-goal attempts during Tuesday's practice, while Parkey only managed to hit three. Nonetheless, Parkey has been more accurate throughout camp and is still expected to be Cleveland's kicker going forward.

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  • 8/16, 7:30 pm
    • Brown (undisclosed) returned to action in...

      Brown (undisclosed) returned to action in the Broncos' preseason opening win over the Bears, Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post reports.

      Analysis: Brown recorded one catch for 15 yards in his return. It was his first action since being placed on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury in December. While the practice squad figures to be his likely destination, he will look to impress as the preseason progresses.

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  • 8/16, 6:51 pm
    • General manager John Lynch said that...

      General manager John Lynch said that he is "very pleased" with McDonald's performance in a crowded tight end competition during training camp, Cam Inman of The Mercury News reports.

      Analysis: Lynch's positive statement comes just a week after head coach Kyle Shanahan showered the veteran tight end with praise. While the club explored trading McDonald and his lengthy contract this offseason, the positive reviews we are hearing out of camp signal that he is the favorite to regain the 49ers' starting tight end job leading up to Week 1. The 27-year-old would likely serve as a fringe TE1 in deeper formats if he were to win the job.

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  • 8/16, 5:54 pm
    • Ervin regularly lined up as a...

      Ervin regularly lined up as a slot receiver during the Texans' preseason opener against the Panthers, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. He caught his lone target for eight yards and didn't get a rushing attempt.

      Analysis: Ervin's a multi-tasker, running the ball, catching the ball and returning kicks, but the Texans have three running backs ahead of him. With some uncertainty at wide receiver, the Texans are giving Ervin a look as a wide receiver. He had a rocky rookie season in 2016, particularly in the area of ball security, but the Texans see that as correctable and are enticed by his versatility.

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