NFL training camp tracker: 49ers 'have moved on to Trey [Lance],' officially
NFC Wild Card Playoffs - San Francisco 49ers v Dallas Cowboys ARLINGTON, TEXAS - JANUARY 16: Trey Lance #5 of the San Francisco 49ers warms up against the Dallas Cowboys prior to an NFL wild-card playoff football game at AT&T Stadium on January 16, 2022 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)NFL training camp season is officially here, and with come a cavalcade of news - both good and bad. San Francisco 49ersThe biggest news coming out of 49ers camp Tuesday revolves around the future of two of their young stars. San Francisco gave Garoppolo permission to find a trade partner. pic.twitter.com/6LMiaEUmtr — San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) July 26, 2022Miami DolphinsThe Dolphins added veteran wideout Mohamed Sanu on the first day of camp, according to his agent.wftv.com
Freeman, Miller, Thomas among big NFL names still unsigned
Freeman is still unsigned as Week 1 of the NFL season begins. Several familiar names and players on roster bubbles took turns on the unemployment line with some finding new jobs. Adrian Peterson was cut last week by Washington, but quickly landed in Detroit. Here's a look at notable available players at each position:QUARTERBACKSBlake Bortles, Cody Kessler, DeShone Kizer, Trevor Siemian, Drew Stanton. WIDE RECEIVERSAntonio Brown, Dez Bryant, Mohamed Sanu, Hakeem Butler, Quincy Enunwa, Chester Rogers, Demaryius Thomas, Jermaine Kearse, Ryan Grant, Jordan Matthews, Laquon Treadwell.
NFL players raise concerns on playing, others ignore advice
NFLPA president JC Tretter warned players they have to "fight for necessary COVID-19 protections" and Malcolm Jenkins said "football is nonessential." (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, FIle)Some NFL players are raising concerns about playing football amid the coronavirus pandemic while others are ignoring advice of medical experts by working out with teammates. NFL players are humans some with immuno-compromised family members or live-in elderly parents. But as a union, our most important job is keep our players safe and alive. It is the responsibility of the employer to provide a safe work environment, Tretter told NFL players.