NFL News: Injury Report: 8-7-15 For Training Camp Has Vikings, Cowboys, Titans, Giants, Broncos and Bills Updates

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Aug 07, 2015 04:02 PM EDT
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Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson gestures towards the sideline in the first half of their NFL football game against the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, Texas November 13, 2011."

Anthony Barr (Minnesota Vikings) Barr has missed practice due to inflammation in his left knee. This is the same knee he already had surgically repaired but he should be back fully healthy for week 1.

Jordan Hill (New Orleans Saints) Hill is presumably the replacement for Jimmy Graham so this news is not good. Hill has missed several practices for an undisclosed injury.

Lance Dunbar (Dallas Cowboys) Dunbar has a minor ankle sprain and was seen in a walking boot. Dunbar should be back to practice in a week if not earlier.

Dez Bryant (Dallas Cowboys) Dez Bryant suffered a minor hamstring strain at practice. He will most likely return on Saturday.

Delanie Walker (Tennessee Titans) Walker had a nasty gash in his thumb that required 12 stitches to close up. This is not considered a serious injury.

Nat Berhe (New York Giants) Berhe suffered from a torn muscle in his calf in practice, his return date is unknown at this time.

Jameel McClain (New York Giants) McClain suffered a stinger in practice. His history with stingers and spinal injuries suggest that he could be out for a while if not for good.

Emmanuel Sanders (Denver Broncos) Sanders currently has a sore right hamstring and missed Fridays practice.

Ben Heenan (Indianapolis Colts) Heenan will miss 4-6 weeks with a torn meniscus, this injury could cut early into the season.

Fred Jackson (Buffalo Bills) Jackson has a pulled hamstring and will miss a few weeks. 

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