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  • 7/26, 5:18 pm
    • Church (back) is set to return...

      Church (back) is set to return to practice on Thursday, John Oehser of Jaguars.com reports.

      Analysis: Church injured his back in the early stages of the Jaguars' offseason program, which prevented him from taking part of OTAs and minicamp. It appears the caution the team exercised has been positive given his expected return to the practice field on Thursday. The veteran played his first seven seasons with the Cowboys before signing with the Jaguars this offseason. He projects to start at strong safety in Week 1.

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  • 7/26, 5:09 pm
    • Trevor Siemian will open training camp...

      Trevor Siemian will open training camp with the first team on Thursday, with Lynch getting his first crack on Friday, Troy Renck of Denver 7, ABC reports

      Analysis: The move is consistent with how the Broncos operated during minicamp, with Siemian and Lynch rotating days with the first team. While Siemian consistently going first doesn't matter a whole lot given that the two will end up with equal opportunities - it does signal that Siemian's experience and leadership role on the team counts for something. Siemian, by most indications, was the more poised of the two early on in minicamp before Lynch started letting it rip toward the end. If Lynch is able to keep that pace and carry it over to training camp, the odds would seem to be in the 2016 first-round pick's favor.

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  • 7/26, 5:03 pm
    • Siemian will start with the first...

      Siemian will start with the first team when camp opens on Thursday, Troy Renck of Denver 7, ABC reports

      Analysis: While getting to start camp with the ones shows some reverence to Siemian's experience, it will likely matter little in terms of whether or not Siemian wins the starting job over 2016 first-round pick Paxton Lynch, who will line up with the first team to kick off Friday's practice. The two split reps in a similar fashion during minicamp - an effort made by head coach Vance Joseph to give his two young quarterbacks an equal shot. Most reports pegged Siemian the leader through the beginning of minicamp with Lynch coming on strong at the end. Reversing that course, not lining up with the first team a month and a half before the season begins, will be the difference between Siemian winning and losing his starting job.

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  • 7/26, 4:56 pm
    • Campanaro (toe) is close to returning,...

      Campanaro (toe) is close to returning, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

      Analysis: Although Campanaro is opening training camp on the PUP list due to a sprained toe he suffered in OTAs, it doesn't sound as if it'll be much longer until he's able to join his team on the field. However, it isn't clear if he'll be fully ready in time for the first game of the preseason on Aug. 10 against the Redskins.

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  • 7/26, 4:40 pm
    • The Bills have traded Jones to...

      The Bills have traded Jones to the Chargers in exchange for a conditional draft pick. The pick is thought to be a seventh-rounder.

      Analysis: The writing was on the wall here after the new coaching regime brought in veteran T.J. Yates and then drafted quarterback Nathan Peterman, as Jones was getting fourth-string reps in spring sessions. He had trouble with his accuracy and keeping up with the speed of an NFL offense after the Bills made him a fourth-rounder in 2016, but he'll get a new opportunity as a project QB for the Bolts. Jones does offer upside as a big body with a strong arm.

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