Let's take a look at the latest headlines from around pro football...
Broncos Suspend Marshall - The Broncos have suspended WR Brandon Marshall for conduct detrimental to the team. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Marshall is suspended until Sept. 6. If he behaves during that time, the team will bring him back for the regular season opener.
Cadillac Leads Bucs - Drawing his first start this preseason, Cadillac Williams rushed eight times for 54 yards against the Dolphins Thursday night. Caddy looked much more spry than he did in last year's abbreviated return.
Bucs QB's Both Struggle - Byron Leftwich finished 9-of-17 for 100 yards against the Dolphins Thursday night.It was an inconsistent performance, as Leftwich mixed accurate bullets with overthrows and misfires. However, he still managed to outplay Luke McCown.
Vick Receives Ovation - In his first performance with the Eagles, Michael Vick completed 4-of-4 passes for 19 yards and added one yard on one rushing attempt against the Jaguars Thursday. Vick entered to a rousing ovation on the second play of the game. He was limited to short passes on three of his four attempts, finally showing off his howitzer on a 13-yard completion to Hank Baskett.
Moreno Won't Be Ready by Week 1 - According to the Denver Post, Knowshon Moreno (MCL sprain) isn't expected to be "full speed" by Week 1. The Post believes Moreno's recovery and his football conditioning will be a concern in two weeks against the Bengals.
Cowboys List Williams as Day-to-Day - The Cowboys have listed Roy E. Williams (shoulder) as day-to-day.
It was feared that Williams had broken his collarbone, but the x-rays came back negative. The team is calling it a "shoulder contusion," also known as a bruise. He'll still likely sit out the rest of the preseason, but all signs point to Williams being ready to go for Week 1.
Saints' Thomas to Miss Remainder of Preseason - Saints coach Sean Payton said Thursday that Pierre Thomas could miss the rest of the preseason with his sprained MCL."I'm not as concerned other than the snaps he's missing," Payton assured. "I think he's going to recover fully.
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