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Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

There's a possibility that safety Clayton Geathers (knee), who has been slowing increasing his snaps in practice, could make his debut against the Baltimore Ravens on Aug. 20. Geathers opened training camp on the physically unable to perform list. “I think these next few days will tell," coach Frank Reich said. "I think we are hoping that he can be ready. There's just a confidence in it. A lot of that comes from the player. It's a combination of talking with the trainers and the doctors. When a guy is ready and healthy, sometimes there's just that last emotional step of, ‘Hey, I'm ready to go out there and go full speed for 20 plays or whatever it is.' That's a team process to get through that, but hopefully, he will be ready to go.”

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Antonio Brown, who participated in team drills and caught a slick touchdown pass, signing autographs after the session.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders camp Day 19 Quote of the Day II comes from QB Derek Carr, on rookie RB Chris Warren getting some in-game inspiration during Friday's exhibition opener against Detroit: "Marshawn's mom called down to the sideline and gave him a pep talk and he played real well for us…he started to run physical as a rookie. You guys can ask Marshawn about that, if that's true or not. Make sure you guys bug him with that one. Next time you talk to him, make sure you ask him. She called him during the game. Love you, Mama Lynch."

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins sign veteran DL Kendall Langford to fill the roster spot vacated by Gabe Wright's release. Langford started his career in MIA and has a real chance to make the team.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills continued to rotate their quarterbacks Tuesday, having Nathan Peterman run the first-team offense, rookie Josh Allen lead the second team and AJ McCarron run the third team. That continued throughout the entire practice without Allen taking any first-team reps, which has happened at points during training camp.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders camp Day 19 rookie report: Undrafted kicker Eddy Piñeiro continues to impress. In Tuesday's practice, he nailed five of his six field-goal attempts on the skinny goal post, just hooking wide left his lone miss, and converting one from 50 yards. He also ended practice with a 40-plus yarder.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders Camp Day 19 Play of the Day: Connor Cook has been impressive in camp with his stinginess with the ball – he had only thrown one interception in camp, to Shaquille Richardson on Day 1. But linebacker Emmanuel Lamur got Cook on Tuesday in 11 on 11's. Dropping into coverage from the weakside, Lamur saw a receiver coming across the middle on a slant and jumped it, the ball hitting him in the chest and Lamur had the pick and was gone. Who was Lamur covering? Didn't matter to him. “I knew the route already,” he said. Oh, and the 6-foot 4, 245-pound Lamur also had an acrobatic INT of Lions QB Matthew Stafford in a joint practice last week. Lamur has two career picks in his five NFL season.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders camp Day 19 Quote of the Day comes from quarterback Derek Carr, on his right guard: “Gabe Jackson is, for sure, probably the most underrated person in the NFL. Because of the other three, and their accolades, right? And now you have another first-round pick on the line, too, and poor Gabe is just left in the wind. But yes, we know how special he is, we know how important he is and I will say this, every time I see his ‘Madden' rating I get mad. Because it doesn't do him justice.” The ‘other three' Carr was referring to are Pro Bowl offensive linemen Donald Penn, Kelechi Osemele and Rodney Hudson, while Kolton Miller is the first-rounder.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger told teammate Maurkice Pouncey that "he was good, he was fine" as e walked off. Marcus Gilbert was blocking and saw Roethlisberger's head "whip back" on the play that left him on the turf.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals DE Carl Lawson has been mostly used in nickel formations during training camp, so what coach Marvin Lewis had to say about him wasn't a surprise. He indicated that Lawson is not going to be an every-down DE. Lewis said: “The biggest thing that was true for Carl at Auburn, and still continues here in the NFL after his first season, is that by limiting his exposure, we're going to get more production. He's not that big of a person and so to go out and bang with the big guys all the time is not going to be beneficial to him, and what he's going to get done at the end of the game when you need him to.”

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

When asked his thoughts on Jameis Winston's suspension, Tony Dungy said, "He's a great leader on the field, he's a great leader in the locker room, he's a great leader when he's here, and now he's gotta take it on his shoulders to lead off the field and away from the building as well. I'm praying he'll do that."

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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy spoke to Bucs players before practice today. He told them it wasn't about the talent in the room — although that's certainly important — it's about togetherness. He said talent-wise, his Colts Super Bowl team was only fourth or fifth. "It wasn't the most talented, but it was the most together."

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Mason Rudolph pretty impressive in two-minute drill. Starting from around midfield with the first-team offense, Rudolph went 6-of-7 with a bullet touchdown over the middle to JuJu Smith-Schuster. Scored with plenty of time to spare.