Monday, August 3, 2009

NFL training camp news and notes: More rookies sign, more players injured

Let's get caught up on all the NFL training camp news and notes on this first Monday of August.

- Eagles starting middle linebacker Stewart Bradley tore his ACL during the team's Flight Night and he's now ruled out for the entire 2009 season.

- Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer was back at practice Monday morning after missing two days due to flu-like symptoms. Palmer indicated that he was suffering from bronchitis and he's not contagious anymore.

- After complaining about his contract and trying to wiggle his way out of Denver, wide receiver Brandon Marshall has a hamstring injury. He pulled up lame during Sunday's morning session and sat out the afternoon practice.

- Wide receiver Percy Harvin signed a five-year deal worth up to $14.5 million, with $8.5 million guaranteed. The contract ends his miniature holdout and Harvin has since reported to Vikings camp.

- Panthers defensive tackle Maake Kemoeatu and linebacker Jon Beason each suffered minor injuries during Monday's morning session. Kemoeatu rolled his ankle while Beason tweaked his hamstring.

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