The Cowboys aren't sure if they'll put Tony Romo on injured reserve or keep him on the 53-man roster. Wait, why? There's a chance Romo could return sooner than the 6-10 week window that's been reported. He's getting a second MRI, which should reveal more information about his status.
The situation with Romo is especially interesting in light of Fred Taylor's claim that the NFL referred him to doctors who overlooked serious injuries.
2016 SEASON PREVIEW -- It's here! It's here! Thorough predictions and previews for every single team.
BREAKOUT PLAYERS: Every NFL team's breakout player for 2016. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White has been grinding tape all summer to find the next big thing on all 32 rosters.
LAST PRESEASON GAMES: The final day of the preseason is here! Few starters should see the field on Thursday.
WASH OUT IN TAMPA: Bucs get drenched in their final preseason game. The Buccaneers slogged through a terrible, incredibly rainy game. Not surprisingly, the stadium was nearly empty. No one wants to come out for a mostly meaningless fourth preseason game in the rain.
HE MADE IT! Roberto Aguayo feels good after nailing 50-yard field goal in the rain. Buccaneers kicker Roberto Aguayo was one of the most scrutinized player in the NFL this preseason, a rookie second-round draft pick who hired a mental coach after missing three kicks. Maybe that mental coach worked.
PLAYERS CLEARED: NFL clears all active players in Al Jazeera PED investigation. The league announced it has no credible evidence that James Harrison, Clay Matthews or Julius Peppers used PEDs. Mike Neal remains under league investigation. Of course. It was all just a power play by the league in the first place.
VICTORY LAP: James Harrison used Instagram as a personal victory lap against the NFL. #putsomerespekwhenyoumentionmyname
HE'S GOT TALENT: Eagles' Jon Dorenbos advances to America's Got Talent finals. Great news for the magic man.
ANTONIO BROWN'S NEW DEAL, SORT OF: The Steelers gave Antonio Brown more money via contract restructure. Have to take care of your top players.
COULD HAVE BEEN WORSE: Teddy Bridgewater’s injury could have been much worse. His bones literally came apart at the joint for a moment.
BURLESON OPENS UP: Nate Burleson: I enjoyed the fact that the Lions sucked. Burleson did a neat Q&A on Twitter on Tuesday and reminisced on his days with the Lions.