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  • Bud Dupree LB-PIT
    8/25, 6:58 pm
    • Dupree was spotted with an ice...

      Dupree was spotted with an ice pack and wrap on his right hand after exiting Sunday's preseason matchup with the Titans, Dale Lolley of Steelers radio network reports.

      Analysis: Dupree was still on the sideline, suggesting the severity of his injury isn't too great. He's obviously done for the night, though.

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  • Sean Davis DB-PIT
    8/25, 6:44 pm
    • Davis exited Sunday's preseason matchup against...

      Davis exited Sunday's preseason matchup against the Titans with a thigh injury, but he was able to head to the locker room under his own power, Brian Batko of Post-Gazette Sports reports.

      Analysis: Davis' injury didn't look incredibly serious, but it should be enough to knock him out for the rest of the night.

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  • 8/25, 6:40 pm
    • Coach Brian Flores said Sunday that...

      Coach Brian Flores said Sunday that he still isn't sure whether Fitzpatrick or Josh Rosen will get the Week 1 start, Adam Beasley of The Miami Herald reports. "This could go either way," Flores said. "... I think they're both working hard, both have leadership, both have done a lot of good things. This will be a hard decision for the staff."

      Analysis: Flores admits the decision become more difficult after Rosen led a 99-yard touchdown drive in Thursday's preseason win over Jacksonville. Fitzpatrick completed 12 of 18 passes for 126 yards and a touchdown in the contest, but he struggled throughout the first quarter when the Jaguars had most of their key defensive players on the field. He'll face a tough task to keep his job if he gets the Week 1 start, with the Dolphins opening their campaign against the Ravens, Patriots, Cowboys and Chargers, in that order.

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  • 8/25, 5:58 pm
    • Coach Kyle Shanahan said Pettis played...

      Coach Kyle Shanahan said Pettis played into the fourth quarter of Saturday's preseason win over the Chiefs because he's still in the process of competing for a role, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. "He's still trying to earn a role on this team and still is trying to show what he's capable of doing ... consistently," Shanahan said.

      Analysis: Shanahan made similar comments a couple weeks back, noting that Pettis would need to earn his starting job. The second-year wideout has been used as a starter throughout the preseason, but he also played deep into Saturday's contest, ultimately catching three of five targets for 36 yards (his only receptions all preseason). Given the way he finished his rookie year, Pettis still seems likely to have spot in the Week 1 starting lineup, though he'll apparently be on a short leash if he doesn't recover from a disappointing summer. The 49ers have a slew of other options at wide receiver, with eight players making a decent case for a spot on the 53-man roster. Trent Taylor's foot injury thins out the competition a bit, but San Francisco still has Marquise Goodwin, Deebo Samuel, Jordan Matthews, Jalen Hurd (back), Kendrick Bourne and Richie James.

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  • 8/25, 5:45 pm
    • The Dolphins may consider trading or...

      The Dolphins may consider trading or releasing Stills, Barry Jackson and Adam Beasley of The Miami Herald reports.

      Analysis: A trade would free up $8 million in cap room, while a cut would clear out just $5 million due to the partial guarantee on Stills' base salary, per overthecap.com. It's an interesting consideration for a rebuilding franchise, though Stills is only 27 years old and is one of the few veteran players that gives the team a shred of credibility. On the other hand, his presence blocks snaps from younger wide receivers, including 25-year-old Jakeem Grant -- who recently signed a four-year extension -- and undrafted rookie Preston Williams. Regardless of how this specific situation plays out, the Dolphins likely will part ways with a few of their better-known veterans, starting with Sunday's release of safety T.J. McDonald.

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