With 11 preseason games Thursday and the rest of the league playing games this weekend, things are mostly quiet around the .

Here’s what you need to know from camps across the league:

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Top news of the day

Source: AB has frostbite
Oakland Raiders receiver ’s mysterious foot injury stems from frostbite suffered during cryotherapy.

Gordon officially files for reinstatement
Suspended New England Patriots receiver Josh Gordon has officially filed for reinstatement. Suspended since Dec. 20 due to violation of the league’s substance abuse policy, Gordon’s reinstatement is at the sole discretion of commissioner Roger Goodell.

Quinn has a fractured hand
Dallas Cowboys DE Robert Quinn broke his hand during drills Tuesday. The Cowboys, however, expect Quinn will be able to play in the season opener.


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The extent of the lower right leg/foot injury to 49ers DE Nick Bosa is still unclear but defensive coordinator Robert Saleh expressed optimism that Bosa will be OK after practice. “I think he’s alright,” Saleh said. That would be good news for the Niners, who are banking on Bosa playing a big role as a rookie. Bosa has a lengthy injury history and missed most of the offseason program with a hamstring issue.

Nick Wagoner, Staff Writer

Willie McGinest and Danny Amendola connect after practice.

Mike Reiss, Staff Writer


Quotes of the day

“… It ain’t always a money throw for me. It’s a money decision …” Buccaneers offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich on improving ’s decision-making.

Read more about how Bucs coach Bruce Arians and Leftwich are trying to refine some of Winston’s mechanics and decisions.

Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo singles out safety Juan Thornhill and lineman Khalen Saunders, the Chiefs’ two top defensive draft picks, as players he was particularly eager to see play in Saturday night’s preseason opener against the Bengals at Arrowhead Stadium. “I’m really looking more for how cohesive a unit we can be,” Spagnuolo said. “To me, communication and working together as a unit . . . That’s as important as anything. If we don’t get that squared away in the first game, it’s going to be a long season.”

Adam Teicher, Staff Writer

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