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KSTP St. Paul reports Vikings OL coach Tony Sparano has died at age 56.

Sparano died at his home Sunday morning. He was due to report to Vikings training camp on Wednesday. The long-time coach had been with Minnesota since 2016. Sparano served as the Dolphins' head coach for four seasons, leading the team to a division title in 2008. He also filled in as the Raiders' interim coach after Dennis Allen was fired midseason in 2014. Sparano leaves behind a wife, a daughter and two sons.
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Jul 22 - 1:05 PM

Mike Klis of 9 News Denver expects Devontae Booker to start Week 1 against the Seahawks.

Booker has developed a "good command" of Denver's offensive playbook while also showing well in pass protection. Klis believes those traits give Booker a leg up on third-round rookie Royce Freeman, a 230-pound bruiser and arguably the most prolific ball-carrier in Oregon's history. The top of Denver's running back depth chart could seesaw back and forth this year, but ultimately we'd expect the team to adopt a committee approach.
Jul 22 - 12:19 PM

Bears coach Matt Nagy said the team won't "harp" on Kevin White for making mistakes.

"We don’t harp on any of that with any of the players—and in particular with him," he said. "We just want him to be him and play—play fast." The Bears are trying to keep things simple for White, who has appeared in just five games since arriving as a first-rounder in 2015. White has struggled for confidence at times. At one point last year, the coaching staff even showed White footage of his old college tape to remind him how well he played during his time at West Virginia. Anything the Bears can get from the injury-prone 26-year-old this season will be a bonus.
Jul 22 - 11:49 AM

Raiders coach Jon Gruden said Khalil Mack's contract "might be the toughest decision I have to figure out right now."

Mack sat out minicamp in pursuit of a new contract and it's possible he could lodge a similar protest when training camp opens this week. "It’s tough," Gruden admitted. "It’s part of this business and we’ll just keep our fingers crossed." Mack, a two-time All-Pro selection and one-time Defensive Player of the Year, is said to be targeting a deal in the range of $120 million over six years with up to $65 million in guaranteed money. He'll earn $13.86 million in the final year of his rookie contract.
Jul 22 - 11:07 AM

Bears coach Matt Nagy is confident Jordan Howard can be an every-down player.

Howard has been an effective ball-carrier throughout his career—he's topped 1,000 yards rushing in each of his two seasons—but he's fared poorly as a receiver with 14 drops including six last season. The 23-year-old has worked hard to address that shortcoming this offseason, working with coaches to improve his technique. "There’s this notion that he is just a first-and second-down back, and I don’t believe that," said Nagy. "Jordan can play all three downs." The biggest threat to Howard's workload will be Tarik Cohen, who logged 53 catches as a rookie last season.
Jul 22 - 9:56 AM

Patriots signed first-round RB Sony Michel to a four-year contract.

Training camp opens for Patriots rookies on Sunday, which prompted Michel to finally sign his deal. As with all first-rounders, the contract comes with a fifth-year team option. Michel cruised to 1,227 yards and 16 rushing touchdowns at Georgia last year while splitting work with Nick Chubb, who was taken four picks after him in April's draft. In New England, the 23-year-old will fill a committee role alongside Rex Burkhead and pass-catcher James White.
Jul 22 - 9:00 AM

Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times expects Chris Carson to open training camp as the Seahawks' lead running back.

It was widely assumed that role would go to first-round rookie Rashaad Penny, though Condotta, a long-time Seahawks beat writer, sees it playing out a bit differently. His expectation is that Penny will fill a complementary role behind Carson while also working as a return specialist. Carson averaged a respectable 4.2 yards per carry before he got hurt last season, but it's still hard to envision the Seahawks playing him over Penny, who led FBS with 2,248 rushing yards a year ago. Obviously the Carson/Penny competition will be worth monitoring throughout training camp.
Jul 22 - 8:48 AM

Cardinals TE Jermaine Gresham (Achilles) is expected to open training camp on the active/PUP list.

Gresham is six months removed from tearing his Achilles. The missed time has his Week 1 status in question, but Gresham doesn't need much practice to get ready for the season. Cardinals EDGE Markus Golden (knee) will also open camp on PUP.
Jul 21 - 5:05 PM
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