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PFT Whiparound: Still no news on Josh Gordon appeal

ProFootballTalk: Mike Florio and Russ Thaler break down news and note from around the NFL, including the latest on Josh Gordon’s appeal, Robert Griffin III not playing in fourth preseason game and Mike Pouncey starting the season on the PUP list.

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ProFootballTalk: Bucs trade for LG Logan Mankins

The PFT crew breaks down the trade between New England and Tampa Bay that netted the Bucks LG Logan Mankins. For their troubles, the Patriots received TE Tim Wright and reportedly a fourth-round pick.

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ProFootballTalk: Is Seattle the impetus for new defensive holding rules?

The PFT guys take a look at the new illegal contact and defensive holding rules and try to decipher if the Seahawks are really responsible for the newly placed emphasis. Plus, how will the Panthers’ WRs stack up this year?

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PFT Planet: Will Washington trade Kirk Cousins?

Mike Florio answers calls and tweets from around the PFT Planet, including who will be returning kicks for Seattle, will Washington trade Kirk Cousins and how many teams have what it takes to make Super Bowl 50 on NBC.

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PFT Live: Shaun Hill an adequate replacement for Sam Bradford

Sam Bradford’s season is lost, but the Rams’ isn’t and Jim Thomas from the St. Louis Dispatch talks about how they’ll cope with Shaun Hill starting. Thomas also predicts Michael Sam’s chance at making the roster as the team’s fifth DE.

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PFT Live: Rams talk with Jim Thomas, PFT Planet calls and tweets

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Another year, another torn ACL for Rams quarterback Sam Bradford.

On Tuesday’s edition of PFT Live, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch will join Mike Florio to discuss the Rams’s plans at quarterback in the wake of Bradford’s injury. Shaun Hill is the next man up on the roster, but we’ll see if Thomas thinks that the team will be looking outside the organization for more help at the position in the coming days. We’ll also talk to him about the rest of the roster, although the quarterback conversation dominates most others in St. Louis right now.

From there, we’ll try to find out what’s on the minds of PFT Planet with the start of the season drawing closer. If you have questions about possible cuts or position battles nearing their conclusion, let us know on Twitter — @ProFootballTalk — or by calling 888-237-5269 during the show.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

 

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ProFootballTalk: Jeff Fisher going with Shaun Hill for now

The PFT gang breaks down the quarterback situation in St. Louis after news that Sam Bradford will miss the season with a torn ACL. Mike Florio says Shaun Hill is their guy for now, but that they will explore the trade market.

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ProFootballTalk: When will Wes Welker be back on the gridiron?

The PFT crew discuss Wes Welker’s most recent concussion and what his timetable for return is. Mike Florio breaks down the NFL’s concussion protocol and how it impact’s Welker’s estimated return to the field.

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ProFootballTalk: One-on-one with Andrew Luck

PFT’s Mike Florio talks to Andrew Luck about the upcoming season, what the hardest part of being a quarterback in the NFL is and how the Colts’ experience in the 2013 playoffs will impact how the team performs this year.

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PFT Live: Peyton Manning bears some blame for Wes Welker’s concussion

Tom Curan joins Mike Florio to talk about why Peyton Manning bears some of the burden for the concussion suffered by Wes Welker, insight into why the Patriots cut defensive tackle Tommy Kelly and more

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PFT Planet: Will Wes Welker, Sam Bradford ever play again?

Mike Florio chats with fans to discuss the injuries to Wes Welker and Sam Bradford. While Welker is able to come back from yet another concussion, Bradford’s torn ACL on his surgically-repaired left knee is a much more daunting recovery.

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PFT Live: Patriots talk with Tom Curran, PFT Planet calls and tweets

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Tom Curran of CSN New England is a frequent visitor to PFT Live and he always shares the latest news about the Patriots.

We’ll expect more of the same from Curran on Monday, including some insight into the decision to cut defensive tackle Tommy Kelly, but Mike Florio will also be talking to him about a former Patriot. Curran wrote that Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning bears some of the burden for the concussion suffered by Welker on Saturday and they’ll discuss that point during Curran’s visit to the program.

Florio will also be answering questions from PFT Planet. You can send them in on Twitter — @ProFootballTalk — or give a call to 888-237-5269 during the show to share what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

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ProFootballTalk: Josh Gordon and the Browns continue to wait

Browns’ WR Josh Gordon is still waiting to hear back from the league office regarding his appeal to the year long suspension he was issued. Mike Florio has no answers for why this process has taken so long.

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PFT Live: Michael Vick urges Geno Smith he needs to win now

Michael Vick has been candid so far this offseason and his honesty continued when telling the media it’s time for Geno Smith to win now as the Jets’ starter. “There’s really no patience,” Vick said. “We got to win and we got to win now.”

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PFT Live: Mark Sanchez the Eagles’ QB of the future?

Chip Kelly was reluctant to proclaim Nick Foles his franchise QB a year ago and with nothing promised at the position, Mike Florio wonders if Mark Sanchez could creep into the picture coming off a stellar preseason showing.

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