>>Packers Trade Worthy To Patriots
(Undated) -- The Patriots are taking a shot on a buy-low candidate. New England acquired defensive end Jerel Worthy from the Green Bay Packers on Tuesday. The deal is still pending the former Michigan State product passing a physical. Worthy has not practiced thus far in training camp because of a lower-back injury. According to ESPN, the Packers will get a future New England draft pick only if Worthy makes the Pats. He was taken by the Packers with the 51st overall pick in the second round of the 2012 draft.
>>Manning Doesn't Like Fights At Broncos Camp
(Englewood, CO) -- Things got chippy at Denver Broncos camp on Tuesday. There were multiple altercations featuring the offense and defense. Leader and quarterback Peyton Manning wasn't a fan of the extra curricular activity.
Head Coach John Fox had to stop practice to address the team because of the multiple incidents. The main culprits were reserve players and not starters.
>>Romo To Play For Cowboys On Saturday
(Oxnard, CA) -- Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will see his first preseason action Saturday when they face the Ravens at home. Romo didn't play in Dallas' 27-7 loss to the Chargers in the opening week of preseason action. He underwent back surgery almost eight months ago that didn't allow him to play in the finale of last season.
>>Brawl Erupts At Cowboys And Raiders Joint Practice
(Oxnard, CA) -- A joint practice between the Cowboys and Raiders in Oxnard, California got ugly on Tuesday. A brawl erupted after Dallas cornerback laid a good hit on Oakland tight end Mychal Rivera. A large crowd of players from both teams mauled together right by the fans near the sideline. Cowboys cornerback B.W. Webb got into an altercation with a fan as the confrontation was broken up. The Oakland fan, who has yet to be unidentified, hit Webb twice with his hand and then a third time with a helmet. Webb answered back by taking a swipe at the fan with his right hand. The teams practice together again Wednesday.
>>Johnny Football Scores Record Ratings
(Undated) -- The phenomenon of "Johnny Football" continues to captivate sports fans. Johnny Manziel's NFL debut against the Detroit Lions produced record television ratings for the NFL Network. The August 9th Cleveland-Detroit game was the most-watched preseason game in the Network's history. Nearly three-million viewers tuned in to watch Manziel complete seven passes for 63 yards and rush for 27 yards. The previous most-watched preseason game was in 2007 when the Saints played the Steelers.
>>Manziel, Hoyer To Split Starter Reps
(Berea, OH) -- Ready or not, Johnny Manziel [[ MAN-zell ]] will see more playing time in the Cleveland Browns' second preseason game. Browns head coach Mike Pettine [[ PET-in ]] tells the "Cleveland Plain Dealer" that signal-callers Manziel and Brian Hoyer will split reps with the first-team offense in Monday's game against the Washington Redskins. Pettine has yet to name a starter, but says the two will get close to equal reps. The Browns are expected to name a starting QB for the regular season by the third preseason game.