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2022 NFL Training Camp News, Notes and Live Updates

Jessie Bates

FRIDAY, AUG. 19

Bengals Announce Cam Taylor-Britt will Miss the Remainder of the Preseason

Head Coach Zac Taylor announced the core injury that kept Cam Taylor-Britt out of preseason week one is going to require surgery. The 2022 second-round pick was expected to be a part of the team’s overhaul in pass defense. They traded up to get him in April’s draft but now they have to wait to see what he can develop into until the regular season.

Giants Place WR Robert Foster on Injured Reserve

With the Giants having a deep receiver room, they were set to waive Keelan Doss. With Robert Foster suffering a season-ending injury, they keep Doss and place him on injured reserve.

Breece Hall Breaks Big Run in Joint Practice

Breece Hall has been the talk of Jets training camp so far and that talk continues. At the beginning of the first joint practice with the Falcons, Hall took a handoff 75 yards for a touchdown. Not bad for the second-round pick out of Iowa State.

THURSDAY, AUG. 18

Buccaneers OT Wirfs Sustains Injury

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are already without center Ryan Jensen, and now All-Pro offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs might be out for an extended period of time, according to The Athletic. Wirfs started all 17 games for the Buccaneers last season.

 

Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Michael Gallup running routes

Cowboys beat writer Michael Gehlken said Gallup was back to running routes to close out Thursday’s practice against the Los Angeles Chargers. This was Gallup’s first since he tore his ACL back in January. Gallup likely won’t be ready for Week 1, but this is an encouraging sign for Dallas, who is thin at receiver.

Mike Vrabel: Kyle Philips “goes rabbit hunting with a hammer”

While what that quote means can be debated on, but Mike Vrabel clearly had high praise for the rookie receiver out of UCLA. Philips has been putting together multiple excellent practices and has been getting open at will against the Buccaneers in joint practices. It appears that Philips will open up as the Titans’ starting slot receiver in their Week 1 opener against the New York Giants.

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