Daily Dawg Chow (8/22/12)

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NFL:

  • "Source: Wallace to return to Steelers this weekend" (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) - "The Steelers expect that Mike Wallace will arrive back in Pittsburgh this weekend and sign his one-year contract after they return from their third preseason game in Buffalo, multiple sources told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette."
  • "Sources: Jones-Drew open to trade" (ESPN) - "Maurice Jones-Drew's holdout appears far from over. His agent, Adisa Bakari, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the Jacksonville Jaguars running back is upset with owner Shad Khan's recent public comments about his client's 27-day holdout."
  • "Injury-prone Vick down again for Eagles" (AP) - "Michael Vick has needed four medical tests through two preseason games and has completed only four passes. That is an ominous sign for the Philadelphia Eagles."
  • "Peterson on track to play in Week One" (PFT) - "In news that hardly will be regarded as earth-shattering, jaw-dropping, and/or ACL-tearing, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is expected to suit up and play when they host the Jaguars for Week One of the regular season, per a source with knowledge of the situation."

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