NFL Player News
Clinton-Dix is expected to open up training camp on the physically-unable-to-perform (PUP) list, Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Clinton-Dix suffered the sprained knee at the team of the team's mandatory minicamp back in June. The Bears, however, are viewing the injury as minor and electing to take precautionary measures with the safety.
Ferguson (undisclosed) was removed from the Non-Football Injury list and will be available for the starting of training camp Thursday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Ferguson landed on the NFI on Friday for an undisclosed reason, but the linebacker was able to pass a physical just two days later. Ferguson was selected in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft and should be good to go once training camp kicks off Thursday.
Mack (undisclosed) was removed from the Non-Football Injury list and will be available for Thursday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Mack was placed on the NFI on Friday with an undisclosed injury, but it looks like whatever was bothering him then is no longer an issue. Look for Mack to be on the practice field once the team kicks off training camp Thursday.
Pierce (undisclosed) was removed from the non-football injury (NFI) list after passing a physical and will be available for Thursday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Pierce's time on the NFI lasted just two days, as the Ravens were apparently going to keep him inactive until he was back in shape after failing to take part in minicamp last month due to conditioning issues. Pierce is believed to be in line for a contract extension at some point this offseason, and the defensive lineman being cleared to practice should help expedite that process.
Webster (undisclosed) was placed on New England's Physically Unable to Perform list Sunday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Webster was healthy when the Patriots selected him in the seventh round of the 2019 NFL Draft in late April, so it's unclear what his current issue is or how long he may need to recover. The injury comes at an unfortunate time for the Mississippi product as he tries to make a name for himself in New England's secondary. Webster can be activated off the PUP list at any time between now and the end of preseason.
New England placed Wise on its Physically Unable to Perform list with an ankle injury, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Wise was unable to participate in the Patriots' offseason program while wearing a walking boot. When healthy, the 24-year-old is expected to contribute heavily to New England's defensive front unless third-round pick Chase Winovich can eat into his snaps.
It's unclear what the exact nature of Ebner's injury is or how long he may need to recover. For the time-being, however, the 30-year-old has been deemed not ready to participate in on-field drills. Ebner can be activated from the PUP list at any time.
Croston (undisclosed) was placed on New England's Physically Unable to Perform list, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
It's unclear what the injury is or how severe it may be. Croston signed a futures contract with New England on Feb. 5, and the injury could obviously make his pursuit of a roster spot more difficult if he spends an extended period of time on the PUP list. The 25-year-old can be activated at any time between now and the end of preseason.
Carter (undisclosed) was placed on the physically unable to perform list.
It was unknown that Carter was dealing with an injury this offseason, but he will likely start camp on the PUP list. The 25-year-old earned a one-year deal this offseason with the Texans, after he suited up in seven games for Houston, nabbing 20 of 23 targets for 195 yards. It's unclear how long Carter will last on the list, but can come off at any time.
Warring (undisclosed) was placed on Houston's Non-Football Injury list Sunday, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.
It's unclear what the injury is that called for Warring's placement on the NFI list, as he didn't have an injury designation when the Texans selected him in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft in late April. The injury comes at an unfortunate time for the San Diego State product, as he battles Ryan Griffin and Jordan Thomas -- who each worked their way into Houston's passing attack by the end of last season -- for a consistent role in the offense.