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Recent Player Notes

  • Fri, Aug 1Recent News
    • No decision on Josh Gordon's indefinite suspension is expected Friday.
      Advice: Gordon's appeal will be heard by arbitrator Harold Henderson in New York on Friday, and then a decision will be handed down "soon." No NFL player is believed to have won an appeal with a second-hand smoke defense. Even if Gordon's legal team does win over Henderson, he could still face discipline for his July 4th weekend DWI. The hearing on that case is scheduled for Aug. 26.
      More: Cleveland Plain Dealer
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Thu, Jul 31Recent News
    • A source with knowledge of the situation tells Profootballtalk.com there's a "slight chance" Josh Gordon could reach a settlement with the NFL where his one-year suspension is reduced.
      Advice: Per PFT's Mike Florio, "Any deal presumably would entail a suspension for Gordon that lasts less than a year." This would be much better news for Gordon than the original notion of an "all or nothing" situation in Friday's appeal sitdown with hearing officer Harold Henderson, whereby either the one-year suspension would stand in full, or be erased. (The suspension isn't getting erased, by all accounts.) Florio reports "a ruling is expected fairly soon."
      More: Profootballtalk on NBC Sports
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Wed, Jul 30
    • Josh Gordon's appeal will be "all or nothing," either resulting in no ban at all or a full-year suspension.
      Advice: NFLPA spokesman Brian McCarthy confirmed to PFT that when the league's disciplinary penalties were established 20 years ago, "the union expressed the strong view that they needed to be stated and mandatory to ensure that all players be treated the same regardless of position, experience, level of ability, or competitive considerations." If the hearing officer determines the violation was "established," Gordon will be "bound" to the one-year suspension. In other words, Gordon's ban could not be reduced to six, eight, or ten games. If the hearing officer finds there was a violation of the league's drug policy, Gordon's one-year ban will stand. If no violation is established, Gordon will be free to play a 16-game schedule barring a short ban related to his July DUI arrest.
      More: Profootballtalk on NBC Sports
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Tue, Jul 29
    • ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Josh Gordon will argue in his appeal hearing that his positive marijuana test was the result of second-hand smoke.
      Advice: The news comes to light after it was revealed that Gordon's positive test was barely above the NFL's strict threshold. Gordon would have tested negative for marijuana in Major League Baseball, the Olympics and even the federal government. It shines a light on just how odious the NFL's marijuana policy is. Gordon's appeal will be heard on Friday.
      More: ESPN.com
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Mon, Jul 28
    • Suspended WR Josh Gordon has hired the same attorney, Maurice Suh, that helped Richard Sherman win his suspension appeal in December 2012.
      Advice: Sherman was facing a four-game ban two seasons ago, but won his appeal and was available for Seattle in the playoffs. Gordon has been participating in training camp, and was even running with the starters Monday after previously working with mostly backups. Hopefully for Gordon's sake, the Browns know something we don't. If Gordon simply wins and gets his 16-game ban chopped in half, it'd be a colossal victory. We should have a resolution within a week.
      More: Adam Schefter on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Fri, Aug 1Recent News
    • The Daily News projects Peyton Hillis as Rashad Jennings' direct backup.
      Advice: David Wilson's career is in jeopardy, Andre Williams' pass-game woes are showing up and Michael Cox is a borderline NFL talent. It leaves the reliable but painfully slow Hillis as the next man up. The former Madden cover boy was getting some first-team reps in Thursday's practice.
      More: Ebenezer Samuel on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Fri, Aug 1Recent News
    • ESPN Boston says it looks like fourth-round RB James White will "be a significant part of the team's attack -- on all three downs."
      Advice: This is our third James White post in the last 24 hours, so you know he's buzzing at Pats camp. Bill Belichick has raved about him, he's gotten goal-line reps and now top beat man Mike Reiss is jumping on board. As a direct backup to both Stevan Ridley and Shane Vereen, White would have some deep-league flier appeal.
      More: ESPN Boston
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Thu, Jul 31Recent News
    • Patriots fourth-round RB James White took goal-line reps in Thursday's practice.
      Advice: It's a few reps in only one practice, but it's clear coach Bill Belichick was serious when he talked up White as a three-down talent. White should be given every opportunity to beat out Brandon Bolden for No. 3 duties, which would give him vulture appeal behind fumbler Stevan Ridley.
      More: ESPN Boston
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Mon, Jul 28
    • According to Boston.com, fourth-round RB James White "is quickly becoming one of the camp's top phenoms and is the team's leading rookie."
      Advice: White is getting plenty of first-team reps in both the Stevan Ridley power role and the Shane Vereen passing back spot. It's reportedly "clear" that he has "exceptional skills and moves with the confidence of a veteran" as he runs ahead of Brandon Bolden. White is on our flier radar.
      More: Boston.com
      (Rotoworld.com)

NFL Roster Changes

Date
Player
Change
Jul 31 to NFC
Jul 31 to AFC
Jul 31 to NFC
Jul 31 to NFC
Jul 31 NFC to AFC
Jul 31 GB to Mia
Jul 30
to AFC
Jul 30 AFC to NFC
Jul 30 to NFC
Jul 30 to NFC

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Injury Reports

Player Injury Status Depth Chart
Dwayne Harris (Dal - WR) O Dal
Greg Orton (NE - WR) O NE
Chase Reynolds (StL - RB) O StL
Cordarrelle Patterson (Min - WR) O Min
Daniel Herron (Ind - RB) O Ind