This week, the NFL's 2022 training camp will be at its peak with a full schedule of preseason games. Practices around the league are intensifying the intensity. Promising performances by Tuesday's players were highlighted.defensive end And quarterback He had better timing with his receivers
receiver He also had a great day, as he works hard to secure a position on a deep-unit unit. But second-year Receiver It was another difficult day in an otherwise up-and-down camp.
Preseason schedule: Two games on Thursday, five on Friday and eight on Saturday. One on Sunday.
Here's the scoop on camps from across the league.
What the NFL Nation reporters saw on Tuesday
: Quarterback The Commanders are working on timing and have seen inconsistent results in the passing game and Wentz's performance. Wentz can sometimes make mistakes, and receivers may take incorrect routes that lead to poor throws. That group enjoyed one of the best days at camp on Tuesday.
Wentz was more accurate with some of his throws. He zipped one in toTo avoid tight coverage, Wentz took an out route. Wentz was more rhythmic during team drills than in past practices. Wentz also connected with receiver on one drive. He hit rookie Wentz in stride with a 20-yard touchdown. Wentz also hit rookie For about 30 yards, a perfect throw down to the right side will get you. The passing game must continue to improve after a slow start. Tuesday was a good day. — John Keim
: To the delight and dismay of the Raiders offensive line, he dominated Tuesday's fully-padded Raiders practice. Because the Pro Bowl defensive line wasn't just bull-rushing right tackle or blowing by, it was actually not. In one-on-one drills, he was still making quarterback It is uncomfortable in the pocket
Crosby signed a $99 million four-year extension in this offseason. He was also part of the first fight at camp.11.-on-11s Parham lost his helmet and Parham began throwing punches. Played peacemaker. It's Week 3. Camp for Las Vegas has already begun. The team reported earlier than all other teams, so there will be more tempers. — Paul Gutierrez
: In the extreme heat and humidity, Giants practiced very lightly Tuesday. However, the Giants have a wide receiver The entire workout was not completed. After running a route, he appeared to grab his hamstring and later had his right leg treated by a trainer.
This is troubling because Toney had a rough rookie season and suffered from a variety of injuries (hamstrings, ankles, quads, finger, finger, shoulder, and quad). He also missed the spring after undergoing a knee surgery. Toney has had multiple maintenance days this summer, during which he didn't participate in live drills. This mysterious receiver had a mixed start to training camp, including a remarkable leaping touchdown grab on Day 1, and three drops Monday practice. — Jordan Raanan
: On Tuesday, the Lions will make their debut on “Hard Knocks”, but it will be quarterback. He says that he won't tune in to the show because it airs late (10:59 p.m.). ET, HBO).
He said, “I'll be able to see clips.” “If they have me in them, I am sure I will see them. They will let me know if I do anything stupid. I will be mocked by you guys on Twitter.”
Coach Dan Campbell stated that he doesn't expect much from the first episode in terms of how it might change the perceptions of the team.
Campbell stated, “Honestly, it's not even worrying about it.” “… “…I'm not concerned about winning ‘Hard Knocks. “I'm only concerned about improving this team and seeing if we can win some of these games, which is the whole purpose of this.” Eric Woodyard
: With It started with a groin injury. / Show at camp of late. But the receiver Keep this name in mind. Hurts was firing on Tuesday, including on a pass down to the left that Watkins made an impressive diving catch on.
It is not secret that Nick Sirianni wants to run the offense using Brown, Smith and tight ends.Watkins will however be included in the mix.
Sirianni stated that “We are well aware of the importance Quez Watkins plays in this offense, and the speed he brings to it.” “That's what we've been emphasizing the last couple of days in practice. Getting Quez moving and seeing him with a ball in his hand has been our focus.” Tim McManus
Top NFL news for the day
: Roquan Smith, a linebacker, stated in a written statement that the trade request was made after negotiations between him and the organization fell apart. Smith stated in a statement posted to social media by NFL Network, that the “new front-office regime doesn't value” him here. Smith had said that he had been working on an extension for several months.
: Coach Robert Saleh stated that Mekhi Becton, the right tackle, is now “more likely” to retire due to a knee injury he sustained in Monday's practice. Becton has a chip fracture on his right knee. The coach stated that he is “sick”. He also spoke out in defense of Becton's actions on social media.
His story isn't over. Saleh stated that he has the full support of the organization.
Becton will get a second opinion on Wednesday.
: The Commanders fired Sam Mills, the defensive line coach for the Commanders. Ron Rivera claimed that there was a “difference between philosophy and practice”
Jeff Zgonina, a former assistant to Mills' father in NFL, will take his place. Zgonina was Mills' assistant for the past two seasons. Rivera did not elaborate on his philosophical distinction, but said that it was just some observations. Rivera said that he felt that it was a necessary change.
Mills was with Rivera from the time he was hired to be Carolina's head coach.
: According to the team, veteran center Jason Kelce had his elbow removed as part of a routine cleanout. After trying to ease some discomfort, Kelce elected to undergo the procedure. Although there is no timetable, a league source said that it is likely that Kelce will be available for the season opener against Detroit Lions on September 11.
Kelce, 34 years old, has played in 122 consecutive games. This is the longest streak of active NFL centers. Rookie Cam Jurgens from Nebraska, a second round pick, has been receiving second-team reps in training camp and is listed on the unofficial depth charts as the backup.
: The team announced Tuesday that the facility, formerly known under Paul Brown Stadium, will now be known as Paycor Stadium. Paycor, which specializes in human resource software, was purchased the stadium name rights by the Bengals. The agreement is good for 16 years. The financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Top NFL photos and videos taken at camp
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— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) August 9, 2022
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— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) August 9, 2022
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