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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette will be a game-day decision for the third straight week.

Fournette, who strained his right hamstring in the season opener, was listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the New York Jets despite practice in full Friday.
Fournette says he’s getting better but isn’t ready to commit to returning.

He says he’s “just getting back in my routine, practicing, cutting and stuff like that. It’s tricky with hamstrings. You can feel good one day but then something might happen.”

Right guard A.J. Cann (triceps) also practiced in full Friday and was listed as questionable.

Coach Doug Marrone says he doesn’t “like to put anyone out there unless they feel they’re 100 per cent.”

The Jaguars will be without cornerback D.J. Hayden (toe) for the second straight week.

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PITTSBURGH — Members of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defence are eager to play again. They’re going to have to wait an extra day.

They want to put a forgettable performance against Kansas City in the past and prove themselves this week against an upstart Tampa Bay offence. The Steelers will see where they stand during their first prime-time appearance of the season Monday night against veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and the undefeated Buccaneers.

“We want to get that rotten taste out of our mouths and just get back to playing football,” defensive end Cam Heyward said on Friday. “It’s a great opportunity against a good offence.”

The two-time defending AFC North champions are winless through two weeks. The Steelers (0-1-1) are off to their worst start since 2013, which was also the last time they missed the playoffs.

Last week, Chiefs first-year starter Patrick Mahomes became the second player to throw for six touchdowns against Pittsburgh, and the first since Hall of Famer Jim Kelly did it for Buffalo in 1991. Mahomes threw his six scores to five players and finished with more touchdowns than incomplete passes.

“We’ve got a lot of stuff to prove,” linebacker Bud Dupree said. “There’s a lot of speculation of us not being a good defence, but we know in our heart and soul that we have one of the best defences.”

The Steelers statistically boasted a top-10 defence last season. They ranked No. 5 in yards and two spots back at No. 7 in points, while also establishing a franchise record for sacks in a season.

This season has been much different. The defence has allowed an average of 31.5 points and close to 400 yards per contest through two games.

“We just want to be established and known as one of the best defences,” cornerback Joe Haden said. “We haven’t really put that on tape for the first two games. The quicker we can get back out there, the quicker we can show everybody what we can do.”

Haden expects to play Monday after missing last week’s game against Kansas City with a hamstring injury. The ninth-year veteran was a full practice participant for the second straight day Friday. Haden will be a welcome addition to a defence that had communication issues, lacked a consistent pass rush and couldn’t get off the field.

Defensive co-ordinator Keith Butler said this week that he simplified the game plan to allow players to play fast, improve communication and eliminate big plays through the secondary. Butler felt his players tried to overcompensate and do too much at times against the Chiefs.

“I jumped offsides when we were down because I was trying to time the snap and get to the quarterback,” Dupree said. “Somebody has to make a play and I was trying to put it on my shoulders and make a play, and sometimes that’s trying to do too much.”

Tampa Bay (2-0) is off to its best start in eight years and features the NFL’s top-ranked offence. The Bucs are unbeaten thanks in large part to Fitzpatrick, the 35-year-old journeyman who has thrived with suspended quarterback Jameis Winston sidelined. Fitzpatrick is playing the best football of his 14-year career, throwing for 819 yards and eight touchdowns in Tampa Bay’s first two games.

The Steelers insist their defence is prepared for the challenge.

“We’re just ready to go,” Heyward said. “I’m ready to move forward. I think we cleaned up a lot of problems. We had a lot to address, but it won’t be addressed until Monday. Hopefully, we can put on a good performance.”

NOTES: S Morgan Burnett (groin), G David DeCastro (hand), T Marcus Gilbert (hamstring) and DE Stephon Tuitt (illness) did not practice on Friday. G Ramon Foster (knee) and DE Tyson Alualu (shoulder) were full practice participants for the second straight day.

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Case Keenum’s new beginning in Denver was blotted by an uncharacteristic three interceptions, almost half the number he threw in Minnesota last year, when only seven of his 481 passes were picked off.

Keenum said he awoke the morning after Denver’s 27-24 win over Seattle and “I would say it didn’t feel quite like I wanted it to feel after my first win as a Bronco. So, there’s a lot of hunger. We’re all very, very hungry to get out there and keep getting better this week.”

The Broncos (1-0) host Oakland (0-1) on Sunday.

Despite the trio of interceptions, Broncos coaches didn’t flinch in their faith of Keenum. The QB who teamed with Stefon Diggs to produce the Vikings’ virtuoso shocker in the playoffs threw three touchdown passes, punctuating the Broncos’ best offensive output since the 2015 finale with a frozen rope to a tiptoeing, tumbling Demaryius Thomas for the winning score.

Keenum also hit Emmanuel Sanders (10 catches for 135 yards) for his first touchdown since Week 2 last season, and rookie running back Phillip Lindsay for his first career TD, a 29-yard catch-and-run play.

Only one other time in Keenum’s 43 NFL games has he thrown as many as three interceptions; in 2016 he was picked off four times by the Giants while with the Los Angeles Rams.

Keenum said he needs to relax and realize he doesn’t have to press with such talent around him.

“I trust all those guys,” Keenum said. “We’ve got some incredible playmakers that make plays downfield, and if anything, I just need to make sure when a shot’s called, it’s not necessarily a shot taken. Check the ball down and rely on those guys because I’ve got some really big-time playmakers, and let them do what they do.

“I don’t have to do everything myself.”

His interceptions led to two Seahawks touchdowns and thwarted a Denver drive.

“That’s 17 points I’m responsible for,” Keenum said.

Coach Vance Joseph liked the way Keenum bounced back from his errant throws.

“After the interceptions he had his best drives,” Joseph said. “So, that speaks to his confidence. It speaks to him not folding.”

Raiders coach Jon Gruden is also a fan of Keenum’s and has been ever since interviewing him for his “QB Camp” show on ESPN in 2012, when Keenum came out of the University of Houston as the NCAA’s career leader in completions, passing yards and touchdowns.

“I’ve been accused of liking everybody, but I really like Keenum,” Gruden said. “What he did in college is unseen, the type of production that he had. I told our people a long time ago when I first got here I think THE free agent acquisition in pro football this year is going to be Case Keenum.”

Not Kirk Cousins, whom the Vikings turned to after Keenum led them to the NFC championship.

“What he did in Minnesota, the toughness that he put on tape,” Gruden said, his voice trailing off in admiration. “He made a throw last week against Seattle, there were two or three Seahawks beating down on him — it’s a 14-yard gain.

“His pocket presence, I think his personality, his fight, his grit, he gets the most out of himself. He’s given them consistent, quality play at a position that they haven’t had since (Peyton) Manning left.”

Denver’s 470 yards of offence was the most by the Broncos since the 2015 finale when Manning returned from a foot injury to rally Denver past the Chargers and vault them toward their Super Bowl 50 triumph.

Keenum is just as big a fan of Gruden’s.

“I’m pretty sure he watched every rep that I’d ever played in college, he found some obscure tape from I don’t know where,” Keenum said. “It was a lot of fun. I got a lot good feedback.”

One of Gruden’s most scrutinized moves since returning to the sideline was sending pass rusher Khalil Mack to the Chicago Bears in a move that sent shockwaves throughout the league and also makes life easier on the Raiders’ AFC West rivals.

“He’s talented,” Keenum said, “but I’m pretty sure they’re going to play 11 guys. They’re not just going to put 10 out there without him.”

In a conference call with reporters in Denver on Wednesday, Gruden said he’s been asked about the blockbuster trade ad nauseam “and rightfully so.”

“He’s a great guy. He’s a great player. It’s unfortunate we don’t have him,” Gruden said. “But we feel we did the right thing for this football team, for the future of the Raiders and for this building process.

“I know we’ve got to prove it. But so does he.”

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Perhaps as much as any NFL head coach, Pete Carroll is known for awarding jobs based on merit more so than a player’s contract or draft round.

A few notable examples:

In one of their first major moves running the Seattle Seahawks, he and general manager John Schneider traded for running back LenDale While — a star for Carroll at USC — only to cut him a month later.

Carroll went with rookie Russell Wilson as his starting quarterback in 2012 after the Seahawks gave veteran Matt Flynn $10 million guaranteed that offseason.

Everyone expected incumbent Thomas Rawls and/or free-agent pickup Eddie Lacy to lead Seattle’s backfield last season, but it was instead rookie seventh-round pick Chris Carson who broke camp as the starter after beating out the two favorites.

That history is worth keeping in mind when projecting how the Seahawks’ free-agent additions might fit into the team’s 2018 plans. Jaron Brown, among those additions, will have to earn the role he gets in Seattle’s wide receiver corps.

That said, the contract the Seahawks gave Brown — two years, $5.5 million with $2.75 million guaranteed — suggests they believe he can be an impact player in their offense as opposed to someone who contributes sparingly from the bottom half of the depth chart.

The Seahawks added Brown after losing Paul Richardson in free agency. Richardson was Seattle’s No. 2 receiver last season, behind Doug Baldwin and ahead of Tyler Lockett on the depth chart. Lockett would seem to have the edge to fill that No. 2 role, but anything can happen.

Lockett played around 65 percent of Seattle’s offensive snaps last season as the third receiver. Who knows exactly how new coordinator Brian Schottenheimer will prefer to rotate his receivers, but whomever ends up in that role should be heavily involved one way or another.

Amara Darboh (2017 third-round pick), David Moore (2017 seventh-rounder), Marcus Johnson (acquired in the Michael Bennett trade), Tanner McEvoy (2016 UDFA) and Cyril Grayson (2017 free agent) are the other receivers on Seattle’s roster.

Brown’s 2018 base salary of $800,000 is fully guaranteed. That and a $1.95 million signing bonus make up his $2.75 million in guarantees.

Here’s the full breakdown of the contract:

2018

Salary-cap number: $1.775 million

Base salary: $800,000 (fully guaranteed)

Signing-bonus proration: $975,000

Incentives: Up to $750,000 (tied to receptions, receiving yards and receiving TDs)

Potential dead money/cap savings: $2.75 million/none (if released or traded before June 1)

2019

Salary-cap number: $3.725 million

Base salary: $2.75 million

Signing-bonus proration: $975,000

Incentives: Up to $750,000 (tied to receptions, receiving yards and receiving TDs)

Potential dead money/cap savings: $975,000/$2.75 million (if released or traded before June 1)

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — Of all the coaching changes that took place on Mike McCarthy’s staff this offseason, the one that came as the biggest surprise was the replacement of quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt.

Even quarterback Aaron Rodgers claimed recently that Van Pelt’s departure from the Green Bay Packers took him by surprise, saying during an appearance on ESPN Radio’s Golic and Wingo show from the Super Bowl that some of the moves were “a little strange” and the team changed quarterbacks coaches “without consulting me.”

Before that, McCarthy indicated that more than a year ago, Van Pelt essentially made the decision that he would leave at the end of the 2017 season after he opted to go into the final year of his contract rather than take another extension. That would allow Van Pelt to interview for jobs with other teams, and the Packers could not block him.

Van Pelt had expressed a desire to become an offensive coordinator again. He held that position with the Buffalo Bills in 2009, but he not only didn’t get the Packers’ open coordinator job, which went to Joe Philbin, but also didn’t get one elsewhere.

It didn’t sound like returning to Green Bay was an option, so Van Pelt instead took the quarterbacks job with the Cincinnati Bengals.

“When you get to this point, frankly, this decision was made last year,” McCarthy said last month of Van Pelt. “I don’t want to speak on Alex’s, his thoughts, but this is a moment he’s prepared himself for.”

Like McCarthy, Van Pelt was somewhat vague when asked about how things ended in Green Bay. The comments came during an interview with Bengals.com, the team’s official website.

“It’s never easy to leave someplace that you’ve been, especially when you have a relationship with the people you worked with,” Van Pelt told the website. “So it’s tough.”

When asked about Rodgers’ comments, Van Pelt said, “It was nice of him to acknowledge that. I tell my family all the time that we’re never looking back, we’re always moving forward. So I had a great experience in Green Bay, I learned a lot of football in Green Bay. I had a chance to work with some really good coaches, so now my goals are to take everything I’ve learned and move forward and continue to grow.”
The Packers hired former New York Giants quarterbacks coach Frank Cignetti Jr. to replace Van Pelt, who had been with the Packers since 2012 and served as Rodgers’ position coach since 2014.

McCarthy, a former quarterbacks coach himself, knows the importance of the relationship between the starting quarterback and his position coach. He said during the 2016 season, “It’s clearly one of the most important relationships in our football program.”

Van Pelt is the only quarterbacks coach Rodgers has had who played in the NFL. Rodgers spoke at length about their relationship for a story about Rodgers and Van Pelt that appeared on ESPN.com during the playoffs following the 2016 season.

“He’s a great game-day manager, giving me exactly what I need and nothing more,” Rodgers said. “He cares about it. The guy puts a lot of work into it. He’s a great coach. There’s no reason why his name shouldn’t be out there for coordinator spots right now, but he’s done a great job for us. And he and I have become very close.”

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — Mel Kiper Jr. is right: the Green Bay Packers should address their pass rush in the first round of this year’s NFL draft.

It’s why the ESPN draft analyst has the Packers taking defensive end Marcus Davenport of UT-San Antonio with their first-round pick, No. 14 overall, in his first mock draft of 2018.

The 6-foot-5, 250-pounder who had 21.5 career sacks in college was the second pure pass-rusher to come off Kiper’s board. The other, N.C. State’s Bradley Chubb, went No. 3 to the Colts. Kiper also had a linebacker — Virginia Tech’s Tremaine Edmunds, who’s a potential pass-rusher — at No. 12 to the Bengals.
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Either way, the Packers would be getting one of the top pass-rushers in the draft.

But they shouldn’t stop there. Not with how bereft they were of edge rushers this past season. They had only two players with more than five sacks, and none even came close to double digits. Clay Matthews led the team with 7.5, and Nick Perry had 7.

Matthews will turn 32 this offseason and is entering the final season of his contract. He underwent knee surgery already this offseason and missed two games in 2017 because of other injuries.

Perry, who signed a five-year, $60 million deal, couldn’t follow up his career-best season in 2016 (when he had 11 sacks). He reverted to his oft-injured ways, missing four games.

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It’s why new general manager Brian Gutekunst might have to go all-in on pass-rushers early in the draft, unless he’s able to find at least one impact rusher in free agency. His predecessor, Ted Thompson, ignored the position in free agency last year until he signed Ahmad Brooks (who had 1.5 sacks all season) at the end of the preseason. He waited until the fourth round of the draft to take an edge rusher, Wisconsin outside linebacker Vince Biegel, whose foot surgery last May all but ruined his rookie year.

It wouldn’t be an upset if Gutekunst drafted multiple pass-rushers in this draft. He watched his old boss, Thompson, take defensive backs with his first two picks last year (cornerback Kevin King and safety Josh Jones).

For what it’s worth, Kiper had the Packers taking running back Christian McCaffrey a year ago at this time in his first mock draft of 2017. McCaffrey ended up going much higher, at No. 8 overall to Carolina, and Kiper’s mocks will surely change as draft season progresses.

Fellow ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay’s first 2018 mock draft had the Packers taking a pass-rusher, Boston College outside linebacker Harold Landry. Kiper had Landry at No. 25 to the Titans in his first mock.

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METAIRIE, La. — New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton expressed his astonishment on Twitter after Fox Sports reported Sunday that former Saints whistleblower Mike Cerullo now works for the NFL office. @NFLonFOX @NFL Troubling report by @JayGlazer regarding league hiring of fired @Saints employee. Unbelievable — Sean Payton (@SeanPayton) December 10, 2017 Cerullo, a former defensive assistant for the Saints, provided key evidence to the NFL to kick-start its bounty investigation against the team in 2011, and the Saints dismissed him as a “liar” with a grudge against them for being fired. Cerullo spent the past several years as Princeton’s director of football operations before being hired by the league as a director of football administration this past summer. 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Cerullo, who was not retained by the Saints after the 2009 Super Bowl season, sent the NFL an email in November 2011 calling the Saints a “dirty organization” and saying he had proof that assistant head coach Joe Vitt had lied to the league about the existence of a bounty program. The NFL eventually suspended Payton for one full season and handed out severe punishments to Vitt, general manager Mickey Loomis and the entire organization in the form of fines and lost draft picks. Four players were also initially punished — including a full-year suspension for linebacker Jonathan Vilma — though all of the player punishments were eventually overturned on appeal by former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue. 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Odell Beckham’s status for Week 1 is in jeopardy.

The Giants wide receiver missed practice on Thursday for the second straight day, according to the team’s Twitter account. Beckham is still dealing with an ankle injury suffered during New York’s Week 2 preseason contest against the Cleveland Browns.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Up To The Minute Live there’s a chance Beckham will play Sunday, but it won’t be at 100 percent. NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported on the same show Beckham has tried experimental laser treatments to speed up healing, but the team is preparing as if Beckham is not ready. If he’s available, the team will consider it a bonus, Garafolo added.

This isn’t entirely unexpected, as Beckham narrowly avoided serious injury in the awkward hit against the Browns. Should Beckham sit out, the Giants will turn to Brandon Marshall and Sterling Shepard in their season opener against NFC East rival Dallas.

Here are other injuries we’re tracking on Thursday:

1. Bills running back LeSean McCoy missed part of practice on Thursday with a stomach illness, per multiple reporters in Buffalo. McCoy missed a period of team drills but returned to finish the session as a limited participant.

“He got a little bit ill at practice,” head coach Sean McDermott said, per the Bills’ official site. “He was here at the beginning and fell ill a little bit there and then came back.”

McDermott added: “It looked like he was good. … He had a good practice.”

2. Browns rookie defensive end Myles Garrett will miss the start of the season after suffering a high ankle sprain, the team announced Thursday. Garrett’s status will be updated in a couple of weeks.

3. The Patriots’ receiving corps suffered another blow as Rapoport reports Malcolm Mitchell is headed to injured reserve with a knee injury.

4. Titans rookie receiver Corey Davis (hamstring) told reporters he is at “90 percent,” according to ESPN.com. Davis is expected to make his debut Sunday when Tennessee faces Oakland.
5. Bears cornerback Prince Amukamara (ankle) was held out of practice, and guard Kyle Long (ankle) was limited, per Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune.

Coach John Fox said linebacker Danny Trevathan is “ready to go.”

6. Redskins who were limited in practice included linebacker Ryan Anderson (stinger, neck), center Spencer Long (knee) and receiver Jamison Crowder (hip flexor).

7. Titans coach Mike Mularkey told reporters Thursday corner LeShaun Sims (groin) missed practice, while tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle) was limited.

8. Bengals rookie receiver John Ross (knee) was limited and is not expected to play in Week 1.

9. Cardinals defensive end Robert Nkemdiche (calf) was limited in Thursday’s practice after not practicing Wednesday.

10. Raiders safety Obi Melifonwu is expected to return after eight weeks, a source informed NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. The rookie was recently put on injured reserve because of a knee injury.

11. Packers cornerbacks Davon House (hamstring) and Kevin King (groin) both fully participated in practice on Thursday after being limited earlier in the week.

12. Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark (wrist) fully participated in practice on Thursday after being limited earlier in the week.