Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb (18) runs onto Ray Nitschke Field during training camp on Monday, Aug. 8, 2022, in Ashwaubenon, Wis. Samantha Madar/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wis.

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Packers WR Randall Cobb (foot) misses practice

Green Bay Packers wideout Randall Cobb missed practice Wednesday with a foot injury, multiple outlets reported.

Head coach Matt LaFleur did not comment on the injury during his morning session with reporters.

Cobb, who turns 32 later this month, is entering his 12th NFL season.

The slot specialist has 591 receptions for 7,168 yards and 52 touchdowns in 142 games with the Packers (2011-18, 2021), Dallas Cowboys (2019) and Houston Texans (2020).

Also missing practice were tight end Dominique Dafney (knee) and rookie defensive lineman Devonte Wyatt, who is being evaluated for a concussion.

Green Bay opens the preseason on Friday night at San Francisco.

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May 25, 2022; Berea, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jakeem Grant Sr. (9) catches a pass during organized team activities at CrossCountry Mortgage Campus. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Browns WR/KR Jakeem Grant carted off at practice

Cleveland Browns wide receiver and return specialist Jakeem Grant was carted off the practice field Tuesday with an Achilles injury, according to multiple reports out of the team’s camp at Berea, Ohio.

Grant, 29, came away with the injury during one-on-one drills.

Coming off a 2021 Pro Bowl nod as a punt returner, Grant signed a three-year deal with the Browns in free agency that is worth up to $13.8 million.

Grant split the 2021 season between the Miami Dolphins and Chicago Bears, with Miami trading him to Chicago in October for a 2023 sixth-round pick. He returned one punt for a touchdown and averaged 11.9 yards per punt return and 23.4 yards per kick return.

Grant entered the league with the Dolphins in 2016 and spent his first five-plus seasons in Miami. He has returned two kicksoffs and four punts for touchdowns in his career. He also has 100 career receptions for 1,140 yards and seven touchdowns, along with one rushing touchdown.

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Mekhi Becton signs autographs and takes photos with fans after practice. Jet Fan Fest took place at the 2022 New York Jets Training Camp in Florham Park, NJ on July 30, 2022.

Jet Fan Fest Took Place At The 2022 New York Jets Training Camp In Florham Park Nj On July 30 2022

Report: Jets OL Mekhi Becton leaves practice early

New York Jets offensive tackle Mekhi Becton limped off the practice field Monday with an apparent knee injury, ESPN reported.

The 2020 first-round draft pick had his right knee surgically repaired after suffering a dislocated kneecap and MCL sprain in the 2021 season opener. He missed the rest of the season.

Becton, 23, was activated from the physically unable to perform list when the Jets opened training camp last month in Florham Park, N.J.

The Jets selected Becton No. 11 overall in 2020 and he went on to start 13 of 14 games at left tackle in his rookie season. He is moving to right tackle this season, with George Fant on the left side.

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Oct 3, 2021; Santa Clara, California, USA; San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Maurice Hurst (96) gestures during the second quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at Levi's Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports

49ers DT Maurice Hurst (biceps) likely out for season

San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Maurice Hurst is likely out for the season after tearing his biceps in practice.

The injury occurred while he was attempting to make a tackle Friday at training camp in Santa Clara, Calif.

Head coach Kyle Shanahan confirmed Saturday that Hurst, 27, will need surgery to repair the damage.

Hurst was limited to 41 snaps in two games during his first season with the 49ers in 2021 because of ankle and calf injuries.

A fifth-round pick by the Raiders in 2018, he has eight sacks, 17 quarterback hits, 78 tackles, one interception and two fumble recoveries in 42 games (17 starts) with Oakland/Las Vegas (2018-20) and San Francisco.

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Jul 28, 2022; Berea, OH, USA; A trainer looks tends to Cleveland Browns wide receiver Anthony Schwartz (10) during training camp at CrossCountry Mortgage Campus. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Browns WR Anthony Schwartz (knee) exits practice

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Anthony Schwartz exited Thursday’s practice with a left knee injury.

Schwartz, 21, remained on the field briefly before walking off with a trainer by his side.

The Browns confirmed the injury and said Schwartz will undergo further evaluation.

Schwartz had 10 catches for 135 yards and a touchdown in 14 games (two starts) last season. He was selected by the Browns in the third round of the 2021 NFL Draft out of Auburn.

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Jan 23, 2022; Tampa, Florida, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers center Ryan Jensen (66) warms up before the game against the Los Angeles Rams during a NFC Divisional playoff football game at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Pendleton-USA TODAY Sports

Buccaneers C Ryan Jensen (knee) leaves on golf cart

Tampa Bay Buccaneers center Ryan Jensen was carted off the practice field with a knee injury at training camp on Thursday morning.

The 2021 Pro Bowl selection slammed his helmet in frustration and was surrounded by teammates after suffering an injury to his right leg.

Head coach Todd Bowles said the 31-year-old veteran will undergo tests to determine the severity of the injury.

Jensen was selected to his first Pro Bowl last season after starting all 17 games for the Bucs. He has not missed a start since the 2016 season.

He has competed in 100 regular season games (90 starts) and seven playoff games (six starts) with the Baltimore Ravens (2014-17) and Buccaneers. Baltimore drafted him in the sixth round in 2013 and he won a Super Bowl championship with Tampa Bay.

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Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback C.J. Beathard (3) is looked at by trainers and personnel while participating in an organized team activity Monday, June 6, 2022 at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville.

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Report: Jags QB C.J. Beathard (groin) won’t need surgery

Jacksonville Jaguars backup quarterback C.J. Beathard does not need surgery for his groin injury, NFL Network reported Tuesday.

Beathard remained down on the ground for several minutes before being carted off during Monday’s voluntary organized team activities.

NFL Network said the results of an MRI revealed the injury is not “overly serious” as initially feared.

Second-year player Trevor Lawrence is embedded as the starter, but Beathard is expected to be the Jaguars’ No. 2 in 2022. Behind him on the roster are Jake Luton, who started three games in 2020 for the Jaguars, and EJ Perry, an undrafted free agent from Brown.

Beathard, 28, signed a two-year deal before the 2021 season with the Jaguars. Last season, he completed both of his pass attempts for 33 yards.

A third-round draft pick by San Francisco in 2017, he started 12 games over three seasons with the 49ers, posting a 2-10 record. In his career, he has completed 58.7 percent of his passes for 3,502 yards with 18 touchdowns and 13 interceptions.

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Nov 28, 2021; Jacksonville, Florida, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback C.J. Beathard (3) warms up before the game against the Atlanta Falcons at TIAA Bank Field. Mandatory Credit: Matt Pendleton-USA TODAY Sports

Jaguars QB C.J. Beathard carted off practice field

Jacksonville Jaguars backup quarterback C.J. Beathard was carted off the field following an unspecified injury sustained during voluntary organized team activities on Monday.

Multiple reporters on site reported the injury and said Beathard was on the field for several minutes before the cart was summoned.

Second-year player Trevor Lawrence is embedded as the starter, but Beathard was expected to be the Jaguars’ No. 2 in 2022. Behind him on the roster are Jake Luton, who started three games in 2020 for the Jaguars, and EJ Perry, an undrafted free agent from Brown.

Beathard, 28, signed a two-year deal before the 2021 season with the Jaguars. Last season, he completed both of his pass attempts for 33 yards.

A third-round draft pick by San Francisco in 2017, he started 12 games over three seasons with the 49ers, posting a 2-10 record. In his career, he has completed 58.7 percent of his passes for 3,502 yards with 18 touchdowns and 13 interceptions.

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Jun 9, 2021; Lake Forest, Illinois, USA; Chicago Bears Tarik Cohen walks on the field during organized team activities at Halas Hall. Mandatory Credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

RB Tarik Cohen suffers injury during livestreamed workout

Free agent running back Tarik Cohen appeared to suffer an injury while livestreaming a workout on Instagram Tuesday.

Cohen, who last played in the NFL in 2020, was doing a footwork drill. While backpedaling, he suddenly went to the ground and held his right foot and ankle area before a friend turned off the livestream.

Cohen, 26, starred for the Chicago Bears for three-plus seasons before an ACL injury early in 2020 caused him to miss the rest of that campaign, plus all of 2021. It was later revealed that he had also torn his MCL and fractured his tibial plateau, leading to a longer comeback timeline.

The Bears, who had drafted Cohen in the fourth round of in 2017, gave him a three-year, $17.25 million contract extension shortly before that injury. They released him in March of this year.

In 51 career games, Cohen racked up 1,101 rushing yards with five touchdowns along with 1,575 receiving yards and nine touchdowns on 209 catches. He was a Pro Bowl selection and a first-team All-Pro in 2018 as a punt returner, when he led the league with 411 punt-return yards.

Cohen is also coping with both of his brothers passing away, which he recently wrote about in a Players’ Tribune article. His twin brother, Tyrell, died last year after running away from a car accident and being electrocuted at a nearby electrical substation. His younger brother, Dante, who was paralyzed from a gunshot, was lost in a fatal car accident in April.

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Ohio State Buckeyes running back Marcus Crowley (24) runs upfield during Ohio State's first football practice of fall camp at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center in Columbus on Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2021.

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Ohio State RB Marcus Crowley to ‘medically retire’

Another major injury pushed Ohio State running back Marcus Crowley to opt for “medical retirement.”

Ohio State coach Ryan Day said Friday that Crowley will no longer play but plans to stay close to the program as he finishes his degree in communications. Crowley is entering his senior season.

Day said the latest injury was “significant” but did not disclose additional details.

A four-star recruit from Jacksonville, Fla., Crowley went down with a torn ACL as a freshman and extended rehab from the injury sidelined him for part of his sophmore season.

As a junior in 2021, Crowley had 20 carries for 103 yards.

The Gatorade Player of the Year in Florida in 2018, Crowley put up massive numbers during his senior season with over 2,000 yards, averaging more than 10 yards per carry and 150 yards per game.

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