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The Ravens have no plans to move on from CB Jimmy Smith despite his suspension for violating the league's personal conduct policy.

He was suspended by the league for alleged "improper conduct" including "threatening and emotionally abusive behaviors" towards his ex-girlfriend, which Smith essentially admitted to in his apology statement. Smith's actions are obviously concerning, but the organization isn't ready to give up on its star cornerback. "We convened a group of Ravens women and men executives, not directly involved with our football operations, to review the matter. We also engaged in conversations with Jimmy about his past behavior and his intention to change," the team said in a statement. "As a result of this entire process, we will allow Jimmy to return to our team after his suspension." Smith already appealed his suspension, so there's no chance of it getting vacated or reduced. He'll be eligible to play Week 5 against the Browns.
Aug 21 - 7:47 PM

The Rams won't sign free agent OLB Junior Galette.

"It just didn't work out, for reasons that we will keep inside," coach Sean McVay said. Galette visited with the club and took a (successful) physical but never worked out. He also visited the Seahawks Tuesday but has yet to receive an offer.
Aug 21 - 7:26 PM

Seahawks RB J.D. McKissic (foot) is expected to be sidelined 4-6 weeks.

McKissic reportedly suffered a Jones' fracture in his foot during practice. Although the Seahawks' backfield was overloaded to begin camp, the absence of both Rashaad Penny (finger) and McKissic opens the door for either C.J. Prosise or Mike Davis to impress and make the 53-man bubble. Chris Carson still appears locked in as the starter with Penny, who will reportedly be ready for Week 1, receiving reps behind him. This is awful timing for McKissic, who was still competing to make the roster.
Aug 21 - 7:10 PM

Cole Beasley (groin) returned to practice on Tuesday.

He wasn't a full participant, but it's still a step in the right direction and a sign that he should be ready well in advance of Week 1. After leading the Cowboys with 833 receiving yards in 2016, Beasley took a big step back last year, managing just 314 yards on 36 catches. The seventh-year slot receiver doesn't carry much fantasy importance.
Aug 21 - 7:09 PM

The Seahawks moved George Fant to compete with Germain Ifedi at right tackle.

"The comp is on," coach Pete Carroll said. "We think he’s ready to compete at that spot. That was our thought the whole time." The club stated only three weeks ago that Fant wouldn't move to right tackle. He had only backed up LT Duane Brown until moving and receiving extensive work on the right side Tuesday. Fant missed all of 2017 with a torn ACL, but Ifedi has performed horrendously at camp. Ifedi's 20 penalties in 2017 were seven more than any other player.
Aug 21 - 6:59 PM

Cowboys first-round LB Leighton Vander Esch (groin) is unlikely to practice this week.

The rookie is still working back from a groin injury he suffered last week. David Helman of dallascowboys.com suggested we could see Vander Esch back later in the week, though obviously it's up for debate. The reigning Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year has a good chance to start if he can get healthy.
Aug 21 - 6:55 PM

Seahawks S Bradley McDougald sat out Tuesday's practice with a pectoral strain.

McDougald suffered the injury in Saturday's second preseason game against the Chargers. It doesn't sound like a long-term concern, though it's obviously something to monitor. After years of dominance, Seattle's secondary could be a trouble area this year.
Aug 21 - 6:53 PM

Coach Pete Carroll said Seahawks first-round RB Rashaad Penny (finger) "will be ready" for Week 1.

Carroll definitively stated that both Doug Baldwin (knee) and Penny would be ready for the Seahawks' season opener in Denver. Carroll continued that Penny would "have a chance" to play in Seattle's preseason finale next Thursday, too. Despite being limited, it's a terrific sign the first-rounder returned to practice in pads Tuesday. Assuming Penny is declared active in Week 1, he'll still be working behind Chris Carson.
Aug 21 - 6:45 PM
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