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Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Correction: The Rams have waived safety Isaiah Johnson from the active roster, which is now down to 51 players with RG Jamon Brown on a roster exemption. OT Darrell Williams Jr. has been added to the practice squad after a tryout today, the team announced.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's what it looks like inside Inglewood Stadium, which is more than 50 percent completed. Stadium remains on schedule for summer 2020 opening.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

I can confirm that the Uber driver who accused Jameis Winston of assaulting her has filed a lawsuit. In it, the driver claims Winston "grabbed her vagina with his hand" and said she "suffered damages in the nature of emotional distress and future therapy expenses." Details coming.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

As part of their standard process of updating emergency lists, the Patriots hosted QB Kyle Allen, RB Andre Ellington and RB Charcandrick West on workouts Tuesday. In addition, the Patriots re-signed WR Jace Billingsley to their practice squad, while placing WR Riley McCarron on practice squad/injured reserve.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Brice Butler said he was first contacted about a return to the Cowboys the day after the season-opening loss to Carolina while he was shopping for fans for his new house in Arizona. Two teams scheduled workouts with him last week but he wanted to return to the Cowboys. He said he has not had any discussions about a role in his return but the offense remains the same from when he played here from 2015-17. “If you've got an old girlfriend,” Butler said, “you know what she likes.”

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams are down to four healthy receivers - Brandin Cooks, Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp and Josh Reynolds - with Pharoh Cooper and Mike Thomas being placed on the injured reserve. Coach Sean McVay said Monday that a lack of receiver depth was a concern and that he was exploring more personnel groupings.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams RG Jamon Brown returns this week after serving a two-game suspension, but it doesn't sound as though Brown will automatically reclaim his starting role from Austin Blythe, who stood out as a fill-in the last two weeks. "He's played really good football, talking about Austin," coach Sean McVay said Monday. "I think Jamon Brown – what we feel good is this is a situation where we feel like we have two starting caliber guards. As far as how we move forward, it's not a result of anything Jamon hasn't done, but the fact that these are decisions that aren't very clear-cut is because of Austin's play."