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NFL News - Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Raiders, Eagles, Titans Jaguars and more
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Sore elbow sidelines Raiders quarterback

Oakland Raiders quarterback JaMarcus Russell was held out of 
all team drills during the evening practice Tuesday after 
banging his elbow off the helmet of teammate Darren McFadden 
earlier in the day. Russell, Oakland's starter this season 
after spending most of last season on the sidelines, 
complained of stiffness in his elbow after warming up and 
making a few throws early during the night session. The No.1 
overall draft pick in 2007 wore a thick bag of ice on his 
right elbow at one point. He watched as Andrew Walter and 
Marques Tuiasosopo split the reps with the Raiders' first-
when we checked him out after (the morning) practice he was 
fine," Oakland coach Lane Kiffin said. "But he came out and 
warmed up, threw the ball and it just stiffened up a little 
bit on him. So we erred on the side of safety and pulled him 
out at that point. "If we were playing a game he could have 
very easily played, so I don't foresee it being an issue at 
all." Kiffin said he expects Russell to be able to practice 
when the Raiders hold an afternoon workout Wednesday.
This is Russell's first training camp. He missed Oakland's 
entire camp and the preseason a year ago while he was locked 
in contract negotiations with the team. He played in three 
games as a rookie, starting the season finale against San Diego.

Eagles DE Clemons out of hospital, back in camp

Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Clemons was released 
from a hospital where he was treated for dehydration Tuesday.
Clemons was helped off the field at Lehigh University about 
two hours into the team's Tuesday morning practice. He was 
taken to Lehigh Valley Hospital in an ambulance, but never 
lost consciousness. He returned to the training facility later 
Tuesday, the team said on its Web site. Clemons signed a five-
year contract with the Eagles in the offseason, and is 
competing for a starting spot.


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Titans replace injured German lineman
-Tennessee defensive lineman Ulrich Winkler has a torn left 
anterior cruciate ligament, and the Titans have replaced him 
with defensive tackle Eric Taylor. Winkler hurt his left knee 
during practice Monday afternoon and was able to walk off the 
field with assistance. A native of Munich, Germany, Winkler was 
in camp for a second straight year with the Titans after being 
on their practice squad last season through an NFL Europa 
exemption. Coach Jeff Fisher said Winkler was here this time 
because they thought he would be a good player to have in camp.
But Winkler was waived in time for Taylor to be added to the 
roster handed out Tuesday morning. Once Winkler clears waivers, 
the Titans expect to place him on injured reserve.

Jaguars' Meester out after injuring biceps

Jaguars center Brad Meester could miss the start of the season 
because of a strained right biceps. Meester sustained the injury
during training camp Sunday, but it wasn't clear he was hurt until 
he missed practice Monday night. "We're still trying to determine 
how long he may be out," coach Jack Del Rio said. It's the third 
injury in the last four seasons for the 31-year-old offensive 
lineman and the second in as many training camps. Meester missed 
the last four games in 2005 after tearing his left biceps tendon. 
He missed the first four games last season after breaking a bone 
in his ankle during camp. His latest injury means the Jaguars 
could be without one of the key cogs in a line that helped the 
team set a franchise rushing record with 2,541 yards in 2006.
Longtime backup Dennis Norman, who filled in for Meester in '05 
and '07, will move back into the starting lineup. "That's what 
you have to do," Del Rio said. "Nobody in this league is going 
to feel sorry for you. The next guy gets an opportunity, and 
we expect him to step in and play well."


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Niners' Robinson out at least 1 week

San Francisco running back Michael Robinson will miss at least 
one week of training camp after undergoing arthroscopic surgery 
on a torn meniscus in his right knee Monday. Robinson, the 
former Penn State quarterback who has played sparingly in two 
NFL seasons, was injured when he ran into rookie guard Chilo 
Rachal during the 49ers' first full-contact practice Monday 
morning. Robinson returned to the club's training complex in 
the afternoon after the minor surgery, but the 49ers didn't 
provide a timetable for his return to practice. Robinson has 
rushed for just 237 yards and two touchdowns in his NFL career, 
instead playing mostly on special teams and as a kickoff returner.
Joe Staley, the second-year pro beginning his first season as 
the 49ers' starting left tackle, could participate in some 
drills Tuesday after missing the first four days of camp with 
an infection in his foot.

Cowboys CB Newman sidelined with strained groin

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Terence Newman missed practice Monday 
afternoon because of a strained groin sustained in the morning 
workout. Coach Wade Phillips said Newman got tangled up with 
a receiver during a play and twisted his leg awkwardly. 
Phillips doesn't consider the injury serious. Newman, who went 
to his first Pro Bowl last season, left the field a few minutes 
before the morning practice ended. He watched some of the 
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Jags' Williams hurts knee again
Jaguars receiver Reggie Williams reinjured his right knee 
Tuesday night, hours after being activated. During the 
evening practice, Williams made a spin move after a reception 
and hurt the knee. He limped to the sideline, was examined by 
team trainers and then carted off the field to the locker room 
for tests. Coach Jack Del Rio declined comment, probably 
realizing he would face tough questions about whether Williams 
returned to the field too soon after an injury. Williams was 
placed on the physically unable to perform list as the team 
opened training camp Saturday. He said he sprained his knee 
running steps inside Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. Williams 
missed the first three days of camp, but he was back on the 
field Tuesday morning wearing a protective sleeve, running 
routes and catching passes. A first-round draft pick from 
Washington in 2004, Williams had his most productive season 
last year. Although he caught just 38 passes, he averaged 
16.6 yards a catch and had 10 touchdowns. If his injury is 
significant, it would be another blow for Jacksonville's 
offense. The Jaguars already are without receiver Jerry 
Porter and center Brad Meester. Porter, who signed a six-year, 
$30 million contract in February to be the team's No. 1 
receiver, had surgery nearly two weeks ago to repair a torn 
hamstring and will miss at least the entire preseason. Meester 
injured his right biceps Sunday and could be out even longer.
Meester was planning to travel to Birmingham, Ala., on 
Wednesday to get evaluated by renowned orthopedic surgeon 
Dr. James Andrews.

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