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NFL preseason Week 3 injury list

Tony Romo's back and Benjamin Watson's torn Achilles lead our Week 3 preseason injury report. Some major issues

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Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

JAGUARS 26, BENGALS 21 (Final): The Bengals starting units looked in sync and rookie Alex Erickson continued to impress as a kick returner. That was the good part. The bad? Cedric Peerman broke his forearm, and Adam Jones and A.J Green both suffered what appeared to be minor injuries. At this point, they're probably ready to get back to Cincinnati and out of the preseason.

Monday NFL preview: All 32 teams

NFL Nation assesses what to watch across the league on Monday, including the Cowboys' plan at QB as they try to get rookie fourth-round pick Dak Prescott up to speed. Top storylines

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Mike Clay ESPN Writer 

TJ Yeldon's preseason production: Game 1: 4 car, 26 yds (6.5 YPC) Game 2: 2 car, 15 yds (7.5 YPC) Game 3: 5 car, 34 yds (6.8 YPC) +4 catches for 20 yards

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Offensive lineman T.J Johnson has been taken to the locker room to be evaluated for a possible concussion.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

OL Greg Robinson and CB Troy Hill were evaluated for concussions on Saturday, but Fisher said they're both ahead of schedule.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals RB Cedric Peerman has a left forearm fracture, according to the team.

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

BENGALS 14, JAGUARS 3 (halftime): What a mess for the Jaguars. The offense managed just 12 yards and turned the ball over in the first quarter. C Brandon Linder had two false start penalties. LT/LG Luke Joeckel spent a good part o his night going backwards. The defense allowed the Bengals to go on a nine-minute drive and CB Prince Amukamara was penalized for pass interference in the end zone. It was an embarrassing performance all around on national TV.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

HALFTIME: Bengals 14, Jaguars 3. The Bengals would normally be happy about how their starters performed in the first half, but with injuries to three of their Pro Bowlers, they were probably just happy to get to the locker room. Adam Jones, A.J. Green and Cedric Peerman all left with injuries, with Peerman appearing to sustain a serious arm injury.

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"You should have some f---ing respect for people who served." Ex-teammate rips Kaepernick over anthem controversy: es.pn/2bKmVyn

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams WR Pharoh Cooper has a shoulder injury and will miss "a few weeks," Jeff Fisher said. Will miss at least the opener, it seems.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Now Cedric Peerman is being looked at by trainers on the sideline, who are fitting him with an air cast on his left arm. He looks very distrust hot. Just that kind of night.

Fans crank up the volume at Vikes' opener

U.S. Bank Stadium opened for football Sunday for Minnesota's preseason game against San Diego, and several Vikings players compared its volume -- it hit 114 decibels -- favorably to the old Metrodome. New stadium

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Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Running backs are winning the day. Jeremy Hill dives for a touchdown (and doesn't celebrate) to put the Bengals up 14-0 over the Jaguars. Their first team is running smoothly tonight.

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"You've got to respect the flag." Victor Cruz weighs in on the controversy surrounding Colin Kaepernick: es.pn/2bvdIJV

One foot + one elbow = six points

Cardinals receiver Jaxon Shipley jumps up high to catch the ball in the back corner of the end zone and is able to get one foot inbounds with an elbow to make it official.

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