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- DL Calais Campbell is "trending in the right direction" to come off non-football injury list soon, head coach Arthur Smith said.
- CB Jeff Okudah (ankle) received "very positive" news coming off his MRI and the team expects he should return in the early part of the regular season, per Smith.
- TE Dakota Allen worked out for the Falcons Saturday, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported. Allen is back from a torn ACL suffered in his 2022 season at Eastern Kentucky.
- WR Daylen Baldwin tore a small tendon behind his knee, and will undergo surgery that will sideline him for 6-8 weeks, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported. Pelissero added that Cleveland hopes to bring Baldwin back after waiving him with an injury designation.
- TE Luke Schoonmaker had a setback in his recovery from a foot injury, per head coach Mike McCarthy.
- OT Tytus Howard left practice early with an unspecified injury, and head coach DeMeco Ryans said the team would know more tomorrow.
- DT Marvin Wilson worked out for Miami on Saturday morning, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported.
- OLB Andre Carter II passed his physical and has returned to practice.
- QB Aaron Rodgers has his toe stepped on, but he should be fine, head coach Robert Saleh told reporters.
- WR Garrett Wilson (ankle) is expected to return Tuesday for joint practices with the Panthers, per Saleh.
- OL Duane Brown (shoulder), is still two weeks away from getting off of PUP and practicing, Saleh said.