Multiple former Bears are fighting for roster spots after week 2 of the pre-season.
Jared Goff threw his first touchdown last week in his second game. Goff went 8-12 for 82 yards and a touchdown, but also fumbled:
"I felt like I was back in college, doing the same things I’ve been doing my whole life," the Los Angeles Rams rookie quarterback said. "It wasn’t so much thinking; it was more playing. You’re seeing stuff better, it’s just kind of falling into your vision. That’s kind of how I felt toward the end."
Daniel Lasco plays at home in Houston, 12 carries, 24 yards:
"It's something I've been dreaming about for a long time, and I just tried to take it play by play," Lasco said. "I knew my energy was going to be all amped up and things like that. I was trying to kind of cool down before the game and just go back into the playbook, understand what my fundamentals were and things like that, especially when I went out there. It was a very exciting day, very exciting day. Unfortunately, we didn't come up with the win, and that hurts, but I know there's a lot of room for improvement."
Kenny Lawler: Three catches for 47 yards in his second week. Could challenge for one of the final roster spots
Bryce Treggs suffers injury, likely to MCL. Might not require surgery. Reportedly had a better Week 2 performance.
#49ers WR Bryce Treggs will likely undergo MRI. It’s believed to be an MCL, which would be good news. It would not require surgery.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) August 21, 2016
Thanks for all the positive vibes. I'll be back better than ever.— Trigga (@BryceTreggs) August 21, 2016
Trevor Davis going to be a kick returner again! 21 yard punt retun
Zook on rookie WR Trevor Davis as a returner: He's quick, can accelerate. He wants to be back there. I like his toughness & grit.— Green Bay Packers (@packers) August 22, 2016
Where should I go for the best cheese curds ?— Trevor Davis (@Trevor9Davis) August 21, 2016
Maurice Harris also fighting for spot. 21 snaps in second preseason game.
Maurice Harris looks rosterable as a receiver but I wonder what coaches think about his blocking and special teams usefulness. Key for WR6.— Burgundy Blog (@BurgundyBlog) August 20, 2016
Darius Powe got 24 snaps (16 offense, 8 special teams) in last week's game.
Stefan McClure suffered a hamstring injury.
Elsewhere, Keenan Allen got jukes.