The Oakland Raiders have one quarterback back and are still waiting on another.
While starter Jason Campbell returned to the practice field in Napa, Calif., on Tuesday, new quarterback Terrelle Pryor was nowhere to be found at Raiders camp. The former Ohio State quarterback can’t practice until he signs a contract.
The Raiders used a third-round pick in the NFL’s supplemental draft a day earlier to select Pryor and were hopeful he would report soon.
Campbell took a knee to the helmet during Saturday’s 17-3 exhibition loss to the San Francisco 49ers. He was tested for a possible concussion and didn’t practice Monday.
Bengals get Mays
The Bengals acquired second-year safety Taylor Mays from the 49ers in a trade for an undisclosed draft pick.
Mays was San Francisco’s second-round pick last year out of Southern California. He started six games early in the season, but played less as it went along. He played sparingly in the preseason.
Ravens sign McKinnie
The Ravens and offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie agreed on a two-year deal, pending him passing a physical.
McKinnie was cut in training camp by the Vikings after he reported overweight. He played nine seasons for the Vikings, starting in 131 games.
It is uncertain whether McKinnie will play on the right or left side with Baltimore.
Bills’ Jackson happy
Fred Jackson has been assured he is, in fact, the Buffalo Bills starting running back.
The Bills’ two-time leading rusher was in a more upbeat mood following practice Tuesday, a day after expressing his frustrations by questioning his role on team.
Jackson had what he described as “a productive talk” with offensive coordinator/running backs coach Curtis Modkins.
The Cardinals are looking to sign former Chiefs quarterback Brodie Croyle after losing two of their backups to injuries. … Giants second-round draft pick Marvin Austin (torn ACL) and free-agent cornerback Brain Witherspoon (torn pectoral muscle) are going to need season-ending surgery, coach Tom Coughlin said. … The Chargers will induct linebacker Junior Seau into their hall of fame on Nov. 27. Seau starred with the Chargers from 1990-2002.
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