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Competition For Both Safety Spots Is Wide Open - Yahoo Sports

''The rationale is it's an open competition, we're going to move people around, and you're going to see that throughout training camp and the exhibition season,'' coach Marc Trestman said. Vereen and Mundy played the spots with the starters through most of organized team activities and is max workout any good in the first five days of camp. Then Trestman put Vereen with the reserves and put McCray alongside Mundy. McCray was largely a special teams player in four years with Dallas and had 10 starts, all in 2012. View gallery Chicago Bears safety Danny McCray (29) blocks a ball during NFL football training camp at Olivet Naz ''It's a big opportunity,'' McCray said. <br>Source:

Packers rookie WR Jared Abbrederis confirms ACL tear -

And though he had impressed in offseason workouts thus far, he hurt his knee in practice Thursday, and the Packers feared he had torn his ACL. Unfortunately for Abbrederis, they were right. As he confirmed on Twitter on Saturday. I know there has been a lot of talk going around about my injury. The acl injury was confirmed this morning and is only a small setback. <br>Source:

Tigers’ employee sees the big picture - Toledo Blade

Quite honestly I don't think anybody is.'' Johnson has three career wins at Pocono. CREW CHIEF: Denny Hamlin will have a new crew chief at Pocono after NASCAR penalized Joe Gibbs Racing for rules violations at the Brickyards. Darian Grubb and car Wesley Sherrill were both suspended through the Sept. 6 race at Richmond. <br>Source:

Gordon shows he's contender in title chase - Yahoo Sports

You can come in and watch every pitch, every at-bat, every inning. You have to be careful, though, and not try to dissect too much. Sometimes it has to be see-ball, hit-ball. But its also nice to be able to make the adjustment after watching the video. A tool for coaches Kyle Lobstein struggled in his first five starts for the Mud Hens this season, allowing 32 hits in just 20 2/3 innings to suffer three losses with a bloated 7.84 ERA. It was a far cry from his 6-3 record and 3.48 ERA in 13 starts for Toledo last season. Thanks to Gaglios work, the young lefty and the Hens coaching staff was able to spot a difference between the two seasons. <br>Source:

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