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Miami Dolphins cornerback Trill Williams tore his ACL in the team’s preseason opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel confirmed. During the fourth quarter of the Dolphins’ 26-24 win at Raymond James Stadium on Saturday, Buccaneers backup quarterback Kyle Trask threw a screen pass to a receiver. Williams made the tackle on the play for a loss, but immediately grabbed his left knee after falling to the ground. McDaniel did not specify how much time Williams is expected to miss. The Dolphins open the season at home against the New England Patriots on Sept. 11.

Falcons rookie receiver Drake London, the eighth overall draft pick, was held out of practice after leaving the exhibition opener at Detroit with an injured knee. Coach Arthur Smith indicated Sunday there is no immediate timetable for London’s return to the field and noted that “it's nothing that we’re really concerned about long term." London asked out of Friday’s game after catching a 24-yard pass from Marcus Mariota in the first quarter. He went briefly into the medical tent on the sideline and spent the rest of the night watching the game.

The Green Bay Packers are getting some good news on their collection of players coming back from knee injuries. Packers coach Matt LaFleur says offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins, tight end Robert Tonyan and rookie wide receiver Christian Watson are coming off the physically unable to perform list. That will allow each of them to participate in workouts. LaFleur cautioned that “it's just like the next step in the process” and that they wouldn't be doing team drills yet.

New York Giants' leading sacker Azeez Ojulari has passed his physical and practiced with the team for the first time since training camp opened. Ojulari, who had eight sacks as a rookie, missed the first 2 1/2 weeks of camp while on the non-football injury list with a hamstring issue. He was injured before camp opened. The return of Ojulari gives New York two outstanding edge rushers. The Giants drafted Kayvon Thibodeaux with the fifth pick overall. New York also has two very good tackles for them to work against _ Andrew Thomas and rookie Evan Neal.

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