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Raiders quarterback Derek Carr‘s new deal raised the bar for quarterbacks earlier this offseason, the extension that Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford signed on Monday did it again and there will be other deals for other quarterbacks at some point in the future that pushes the price tag even higher.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is likely to be one of those quarterbacks, but the new deal for Stafford hasn’t changed his tone regarding the timing of such a deal. Rodgers is currently signed through 2019 on a deal that looks a lot less impressive than it did then, especially when taking into account what Rodgers has done in the NFL compared to players like Carr and Stafford. While that might lead some to think that he’d have greater desire for a new deal, that wasn’t the message Rodgers sent on Tuesday.

“How it affects me? I think we’re a couple of years away,” Rodgers said, via Alex Marvez of Sporting News. “I know how this team operates. They take care of the guys who are their core guys. I think I’m one of those guys. … You negotiate based on what you’ve done, what other people have done. I don’t handle that. My agent handles that. I don’t worry about that stuff. If it’s meant to happen here, it’s going to happen here. I think it is and I want it to. But again, that stuff takes care of itself. You play well enough, you get another contract.”

The jump in the cap in recent seasons has been a major driver in the rise in quarterback salaries. Rodgers figures to cash in on that at some point soon, but he hasn’t made a stink about speeding up the timeline in the past and it doesn’t look like Stafford’s deal is going to change that approach.

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Jacksonville Jaguars fans will have to wait at least another week to catch Leonard Fournette in game action again.

Jaguars coach Doug Marrone announced Monday that the fourth-overall pick will be among the player who won’t suit up for Thursday’s preseason contest against the Carolina Panthers. Fournette sat out last week’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers because of a foot injury.
Marrone may be taking the safe route with his budding star of a rookie running back. Fournette told reporters last week he could have played against the Bucs if it were necessary and said he was confident he’d be ready to roll by the Jags’ Sept. 10 season opener against the Houston Texans.

Fournette isn’t the only player who’ll be sidelined for the Jaguars this week. Marrone also ruled out running back T.J. Yeldon (hamstring), wide receiver Marqise Lee (leg) and tight end Mychal Rivera (wrist) and cornerback A.J. Bouye (undisclosed) also won’t play against the Panthers.

Here are some other injuries we’ve been tracking on Monday:

1. Cleveland Browns teammates Isaiah Crowell and Nate Orchard did not play against the New York Giants as they continue to deal with groin injuries suffered in Thursday’s practice.

Linebacker Tank Carder suffered a knee injury and did not return.

2. Arizona Cardinals wide receiver John Brown (quad) returned to practice.

3. Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph (knee) said veteran running back Jamaal Charles will play against the Green Bay Packers on Saturday.

4. Tight end Eric Ebron remains out for the Detroit Lions as he continues to recover from a hamstring injury.

5. Giants wideout Odell Beckham, Jr. jogged to the locker room after taking a low hit during the second quarter of Monday night’s game against the Browns and did not return. The team said he suffered a sprained ankle.

Wideout Brandon Marshall is getting x-rays on his shoulder.

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OK, I’ve tracked down my favorite stupid beef of the preseason. It’s AJ McCarron v. Cardale Jones. The subject? Casual dining, baby.

As you may be aware, McCarron just opened Ajian, a build-your-own-sushi restaurant on the campus of his alma mater, Alabama. Ajian is an absurd name — we’re all aware of this — but that’s not what got on Cardale’s radar.

For Jones, the Chargers’ new backup quarterback, the sin lies in a dearth of originality in McCarron’s business portfolio. During his glory days at The Ohio State University, Jones became familiar with Fusian, a sushi restaurant with several locations in the state. And that’s where we begin …

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Does anyone else find it funny that Jones knows exactly when Fusian debuted in Ohio? Indeed, the first Fusian opened its doors in 2010 — seven years ago. Also funny: McCarron responded to Jones’ criticism today at Bengals camp.

“To Cardale, I guess, that’s how things [work],” McCarron said, per “Somebody comes up with something and then that’s how it spreads throughout. I’m pretty sure that’s how fast food works. McDonald’s was probably the first one and people came up with other ways to do it.”

Who’s side you on here? AJ or Cardale? Alabama or Ohio State? Ajian or Fusian? Both serve good, stupid beef.

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Rams defensive end Dominique Easley might have sustained a knockout blow to his playing career.

Having already suffered a pair of torn ACL injuries in college, Easley made it through 16 games (no starts) with the Rams in 2016, logging 3.5 sacks, 24 solo tackles and a pair of forced fumbles. It was by far his best year in the NFL after two seasons with the New England Patriots.
But his luck was short lived. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Easley is done for the season with yet another torn ACL — his third.

Easley was a surprise first-round pick by the Bill Belichick in 2014 and perhaps an even more surprising cut in early 2016, though his career appeared to find a new direction in Los Angeles.

The list of players who have recovered from three different ACL surgeries is short. Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis is the best known example, while former Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas also made it back on the field after a third surgery.

Both of their comeback stories could potentially buoy Easley as he begins the long slog through rehabilitation, though the odds are not in his favor. This is unfortunate given how electric the pass rusher was on tape throughout his stellar collegiate career at Florida.

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Greg Olsen has reported for duty.

The Panthers tight end appeared at the team facility on Tuesday and made it clear he has no plans to hold out.
Telling reporters that he “will play out” his contract, Olsen talked about putting the team first following a chaotic week that saw the Panthers fire general manager David Gettleman.

“At the end of the day it really came down to with everything going on, obviously now with the transition to [interim GM] Marty [Hurney], kind of the slight chaos that went around for another week I didn’t think that it was right to add fuel to that fire,” Olsen said, per NFL Network’s Tiffany Blackmon. “Make things that much more complicated, add any more distraction or controversy to our team.”

Scheduled to make $6.5 million both this season and next, Olsen pondered a holdout earlier this summer amid whispers that Gettleman was “not interested” in extending the 32-year-old pass-catcher.

Olsen’s fortunes could change, though, with former Panthers GM Marty Hurney back in that role on an interim basis. Hurney just doled out a big-money contract for guard Trai Turner and could be eyeing a new deal for Olsen next.

From that angle, it makes plenty of sense for Olsen to play nice with the front office in hopes he’ll be handsomely rewarded before Week 1.

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Rookie quarterbacks pinball through their first season so rapidly that defining incremental progress is difficult.

For Deshaun Watson in Houston, that means not really knowing when he’s ready to start. In that way, having a coach be the ultimate decision-maker is helpful.
“Honestly, whenever Coach [Bill O'Brien] and the coaches feel like I’m ready to go [I'll be ready],” Watson told NFL Network’s Alex Flanagan on Tuesday at the Gatorade awards. “The team feels like they can operate with me behind the wheel and being the quarterback. It’s gonna take time, it’s gonna be a process, really no rush. Just kinda taking it one day at a time, and whenever that time comes, I’ll be ready.”

All three first-round prospects have some type of significant buffer between them and an opening day start. Mitchell Trubisky might have the best chance out of all three (Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City being the other) to actually beat the placeholder veteran ahead of him during training camp. The Texans have done nothing to shake the notion that Tom Savage will lead the Texans out of the tunnel in early September.

In that way, Watson is part of the most significant case study on the sit-and-wait theory in recent years. Teams obsess over the methodical Aaron Rodgers grooming process behind Brett Favre in Green Bay but ultimately succumb to their reality — if the team is not winning with a veteran, there is no reason not to play the potential future of the franchise. In Houston, it is at least comforting to know that Watson is on board for whatever O’Brien has planned — even if that means being told he’s ready instead of deciding that for himself.

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CLEVELAND — Ervin Santana did not have the chance to face the Indians the last time the Twins ran into their division rival. In a 4-0 win over the Tribe on Sunday afternoon, Minnesota’s rotation leader turned in the kind of outing that will have Cleveland hoping it can avoid him in the future, too.

Behind six effective innings, Santana picked up his 10th win of the season, guiding the Twins to a three-game sweep of the Indians at Progressive Field, and helping Minnesota back into first place in the American League Central. It felt like a little payback for last weekend, when Cleveland swept the Twins over four games in Minneapolis to temporarily gain control of the division.
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“Well, it was a really fun series,” Twins manager Paul Molitor said. “I was confident that we would play well, but you’re never sure how games can turn along the way. It was just one of those things where we came in here, all the games were tough, I don’t think you ever feel comfortable. You know how they can swing the bats and what we witnessed last weekend. But to win three games, you gotta feel good about it.”
Molitor on Santana, series win
Molitor on Santana, series win
Twins manager Paul Molitor talks about Ervin Santana’s solid start and winning a big series vs. the Indians
Santana bent (nine hits allowed), but the right-hander never broke against an Indians lineup that went 1-for-23 with runners in scoring position over the past three games. In those three Twins victories, Minnesota’s rotation surrendered 15 hits and issued nine walks, but limited Cleveland’s offense to one run in 15 2/3 innings combined.
“[Our pitching staff] had a lot of traffic throughout the series, but we had a lot of big pitches at big times,” Molitor said. “You know, Ervin, was a lot better than a couple previous outings. He had to kinda battle a little bit, pitch count got up there, but he did what he does. He makes those pitches to get us off the field.”
Santana’s effort was backed by some early offense against Josh Tomlin, who was charged with four runs on nine hits in 5 2/3 innings for the Tribe. Jason Castro powered the offense with a pair of doubles — one plating two runs in the second and another that knocked in one in the sixth. Eddie Rosario also chipped in, belting a solo homer (his 10th shot of the year) in the fourth.
“It was disappointing,” Tomlin said of being swept by the Twins. “We had a chance to take a step forward and spread [our division lead] out a little bit, and we didn’t take advantage of that at all. They came in here and wanted it a little bit more than we did.”
Francona on being swept by Twins
Francona on being swept by Twins
Indians manager Terry Francona discusses Josh Tomlin’s uncharacteristic start, as the Twins were able to complete the sweep in Cleveland
Castro strikes first: After Eduardo Escobar (single to center) and Rosario (bunt single) got things rolling in the second, Castro cashed in with a one-out double to the wall in left field. The 102-mph wall-scraper just eluded the glove of left fielder Austin Jackson, who had to cover a lot of ground (93 feet in 5.4 seconds, per Statcast™) in an effort to make the grab. The two-base hit snapped an 0-for-11 slump for Castro and put the Twins up, 2-0.
“Castro big day, obviously,” Molitor said. “He drove in [three runs]. We’ll take it.”
Castro’s two-run double
Castro’s two-run double
Jason Castro rips a two-run double off the right-field wall to give the Twins an early 2-0 lead in the top of the 2nd inning
Ervin Strand-tana: Cleveland had a surplus of traffic against Santana, but the Twins ace escaped every jam he encountered. With Minnesota holding a 3-0 edge in the fourth, the Indians had two runners aboard with only one out. Santana responded by inducing a popout off Bradley Zimmer’s bat and striking out Yan Gomes. The Tribe went 1-for-8 with nine runners stranded with Santana on the mound. More >
“I don’t think this series we were disciplined enough,” said Indians manager Terry Francona, whose team stranded 30 runners in the three losses. “We couldn’t keep a line moving. … We were certainly able to get our hits, but we never strung anything together.”
Sun helps Chisenhall reach base
Sun helps Chisenhall reach base
Lonnie Chisenhall lifts a routine fly ball to Brian Dozier, but he loses it in the sun and Chisenhall is safe at first with a single
“We’re pretty streaky. Three days ago, we were hot. That’s why when somebody asked me, ‘Hey, do you think you turned the corner?’ I never say, ‘[Yes],’ because it’s fluid and it’s continuing. Now, we’ll play again tomorrow and we better be ready, because Texas looks like they’re really starting to swing it.” –Francona, on the Indians’ offense
“Well, we didn’t hold a meeting or anything, but we’ve been talking about getting embarrassed at home. And now I can say it, we wanted to stick it to them. Especially today, after yesterday, and not just be content with winning the series. … It was a huge, huge game today, going into Boston, and we were able to sweep here and get back in first place where we belong.” — Brian Dozier, on Minnesota’s sweep
Rosario’s solo home run
Rosario’s solo home run
Eddie Rosario pulls a solo home run to deep right field to give the Twins a 3-0 lead in the top of the 4th inning
Tomlin entered the afternoon with a Major League-leading 9.3 strikeout-to-walk ratio. Against the Twins, the precision-based righty issue three walks, marking only the seventh time in his career he had at least three walks in an outing. It was his first such game since Sept. 20, 2015.
Indians outfielder Austin Jackson left after four innings due to tightness in his left quad and was replaced in left by Daniel Robertson. Jackson is considered day to day. Francona said the team would have more information after the outfielder is re-evaluated on Monday.
“It’s not bad,” Francona said. “There’s even some thought that maybe it’s a cramp. But, we’ll know more tomorrow.”
With two down in the bottom of the eighth inning, Twins reliever Buddy Boshers threw a 1-1 sinker inside to Lonnie Chisenhall. The Indians right fielder tried to avoid the pitch, but it grazed him on the side. The Twins opted to challenge the hit-by pitch-call. After a 59-second review, the call on the field stood.
Chisenhall hit after review
Chisenhall hit after review
Lonnie Chisenhall is hit by a pitch from Buddy Boshers and the Twins challenge the call, but it ultimately stands
Twins: The Twins will head to Boston a four-game series against the Red Sox beginning with Monday’s 6:10 p.m. CT tilt at Fenway Park. Right-hander Jose Berrios (7-1, 2.67 ERA) will take the mound, and he is coming off a win against the White Sox on Wednesday. He held Chicago to two runs on four hits in eight innings to pick up the win.
Indians: Right-hander Carlos Carrasco (8-3, 2.99 ERA) is scheduled to take the ball for the Tribe in the opener of a four-game set with Texas at 7:10 p.m. ET on Monday at Progressive Field. Cleveland will welcome back former slugger Mike Napoli, who will receive his American League championship ring from the club.