With NFL training camps underway, the league is abuzz with position battles, injury news and rookies making an immediate impact. Air Jordan 35 Sale . Each day, TSN.ca provides the latest rumours, reports and speculation from around the NFL beat. Bortles Will Wait The Jacksonville Jaguars are willing to wait to see what third overall pick Blake Bortles can do with the first string offence as according to Mike Florio of ProFootball Talk, Chad Henne will take the reps during the preseason opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Florio believes that the Jaguars are the most likely of the three teams that took a quarterback in the first round of the 2014 draft to keep their rookie on the sideline to start the season. The Cleveland Browns selected Johnny Manziel with the 22nd overall pick and the Minnesota Vikings picked Teddy Bridgewater with the 32nd and final pick of the opening round. Brady and Romo Take A Pass Two more veteran quarterbacks will not be seeing action in their teams respective preseason openers as both Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo according to ESPN Dallas and New England Patriots QB Tom Brady according to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald will remain on the sidelines.. Brady has only missed three preseason openers since taking over as the starting pivot for the Patriots (2005, 2008, 2011). Ryan Mallett is expected to take the snaps in his place. Meanwhile Romo will give way to Brandon Weeden and this will be the second season in a row that the Cowboys QB is missing the first preseason matchup. Ebron Missing Time Lions could be forced to start the preseason without rookie tight end Eric Ebron who was forced to miss practice on Wednesday. ESPN Detriot Lions reporter Michael Rothstein writes that Jim Caldwell was noncommittal about the status of his first round pick. "Its nothing serious," said Caldwell. "Hell be back. Just maybe a day or two." Rothstein writes that Ebron will be hard to replace for the Lions because they plan to use him next to the offensive line, in the slot, out wide and even in the backfield and he needs as much time as possible to develop in the preseason. Backfield Trouble A day after David Wilson announced his retirement, ESPN.com reports that the Giants also saw Peyton Hillis go down with an injury. "Its an ankle/foot kind of thing," said Giants head coach Tom Coughlin. "It looks like itll be a little while." In the story ESPN notes that Hills was moved to number two on the depth chart after Wilson was placed on IR and now the Giants are left with Rashad Jennings, Andre Williams, Michael Cox and Kendall Gaskins as their depth at the position. Air Max 98 Sale . Messis father, Jorge Horacio Messi, is apparently still under investigation for an alleged 4 million euros ($5.3 million) in unpaid taxes from Messis image rights from 2007-09. Messis public relations firm confirmed Spanish media reports that the state prosecutor has asked for Messi to be dropped from the investigation that began in June 2013. Yeezy 750 Sale . Kadri was dressed in a green jersey at Thursdays practice and skated as an extra forward on the teams fourth line as the Leafs. RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil -- France drew 0-0 with 10-man Ecuador to advance to the second round of the World Cup on Wednesday, while the South Americans will be going home from the tournament. In the other final Group E game, Switzerland defeated 3-0 Honduras to finish in second place and join France in the knockout stages. Ecuador was down to 10 men short at Rios Maracana stadium after Antonio Valencia was shown a straight red card in the 50th minute for digging his studs into the leg of French defender Lucas Digne. But Ecuador may feel upset that France centre half Mamadou Sakho was not shown a red card in the eighth minute when he appeared to elbow Oswaldo Minda in the face during a France corner. Then, in a late incident off the ball, France forward Olivier Giroud jabbed his elbow in to Gabriel Achilier, who was standing behind him. France coach Didier Deschamps made six changes to his starting lineup, knowing his side was all but assured of advancing. France came closest to scoring when Antoine Griezmann hit the post in the 47th and then missed a string of late chances as its much-vaunted attacked failed to live up to the hype generated by last Fridays 5-2 win against Switzerland. An inspired Ecuador went close in the 82nd when substitute midfielder Alex Ibarra broke down the right, cut inside centre half Raphael Varane, and saw his powerful strike beaten away by goalkeeper Hugo Lloris. Moments later, France striker Karim Benzema played a one-two with Giroud but stroked a casual shot that goalkeeper Alexander Dominguez easily saved. Dominguez had an outstanding match, denying substitute Loic Remy with a brilliaant leaping save from the forwards curling shot in the 87th minute. Air Jordan 8 Sale. . Giroud should then have scored in injury time but planted a free header straight into Dominguezs hands. After France had hit the post, Ecuador almost took the lead in the 54th when Cristhian Noboa shot wide. Ecuador kept pushing forward, knowing it had to win because Switzerland was coasting. With more space, France pressured down both flanks and Benzema teed up Paul Pogba, whose shot was well blocked. Benzema was getting on the ball much more and he sent Blaise Matuidi through the middle in the 62nd, but the midfielder placed his shot too close to the goalkeeper. As time for Ecuador ran out, both sides went close. Pogba headed wide from close range and Benzema shot straight at Dominguez after cutting in from the left. Then, Edcuadors Michael Arroyo burst down the left but centre half Laurent Koscielny stood him up well and he shot wide. Pogba still had enough energy left to thump a powerful shot narrowly wide, while Ecuadors last chance came from a corner as France defended desperately to prevent an unexpected defeat. ------ Lineups: Ecuador: Alexander Dominguez; Jorge Guagua, Frickson Erazo; Juan Paredes, Cristhian Noboa (Felipe Caicedo, 89), Walter Ayovi, Oswaldo Minda, Antonio Valencia, Michael Arroyo (Gabriel Achilier, 82), Jefferson Montero (Alex Ibarra, 63); Enner Valencia. France: Hugo Lloris; Bacary Sagna, Mamadou Sakho (Raphael Varane, 61), Laurent Koscielny, Lucas Digne; Paul Pogba, Morgan Schneiderlin, Blaise Matuidi (Olivier Giroud, 67); Antoine Griezmann (Loic Remy 79), Karim Benzema, Moussa Sissoko. ' ' '