Ezekiel Elliott could get even more punishment from the NFL

NFL could pursue further discipline vs. Zeke – Rotoworld
According to the Dallas Morning News, the NFL still “could” investigate suspended RB Ezekiel Elliott’s involvement in a July 16 bar brawl and “pursue further action” against him.Elliott’s current six-game ban was applied only because he violated the NFL’s domestic violence policy. Elliott also violated the NFL’s personal conduct policy by exposing a woman’s breast on St. Patrick’s Day, and the league’s investigation into the July 16 bar brawl has yet to be resolved. It’s a reminder that Elliott is far from out of the woods with multiple violations of multiple league polices and existing investigations still hanging over his head.

Eagles training camp practice notes: Jordan Hicks is a beast – BGN
Part of the reason Wentz didn’t look so great is because Jordan Hicks did. The third-year linebacker broke up a number of passes in practice today. He batted down a Wentz pass at the line of scrimmage that almost could have been a pick since he got both hands on it. Hicks also had a one-handed pick on a Matt McGloin throw into end zone. And he put a big hit on Hollins on a throw over the middle. Hollins was a little slow to get up and Lane Johnson picked him up off the ground.

Eagles 2017 training camp practice notes, Day 15 – PhillyVoice
It’s clear that newcomer Corey Graham is going to have a legitimate role on the Eagles’ defense this season. He played nickel corner with the first team defense today with Ron Brooks out. Graham made several plays, knifing through traffic and making tackles in the run game. He also timed out a blitz nicely and “sacked” Carson Wentz.

Who Steps Up To Fill Slot Receiver Role? – PE.com
Agholor isn’t the only candidate inside, but he’s got more experience working the crevices of the defense from the slot. Consistency is the goal for Agholor, who has struggled with that part of the game in his two NFL seasons. But he’s played well in the spring and summer, showing much more confidence and flat-out speed and quickness in the offense.

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