NFL scores 2017: Results, highlights, and news from Aug. 10

Philadelphia got on the board first when Carson Wentz hit Mack Hollins for a 38-yard touchdown, but the two-point conversion attempt failed. Once the Packers started rolling, they didn’t look back.

A 68-yard punt return gave Green Bay its first points of the game. The Packers followed it up with a Jeff Janis touchdown from Brett Hundley.

DeShone Kizer was by far the best quarterback who took the field for the Browns, and he was the team’s third-string option. A 45-yard Kizer touchdown pass sealed the win for Cleveland.

Seahawks practices have a reputation for being tense in the first place. And fights in the trenches between offensive and defensive linemen at camp aren’t all that unusual. Defensive tackle Frank Clark crossed the line on Thursday, Aug. 3. Punches were thrown, or at least one punch was thrown and landed.

It started with two other linemen pushing and shoving. In the ensuing scuffle, Clark decked Ifedi, who ended up on the ground with a bloody mouth.

This one sounded less like a fight and more like branding exercise. The Colts, you see, want to get tougher this year so they’re having tougher practices, whatever that means.

On the other side, 49ers rookie C.J. Beathard looked good too. He led the team out of a 17-9 deficit with an 18-0 win in the fourth quarter for San Francisco. Beathard finished with seven completions on 11 passes for 101 yards with two touchdowns.

Things didn’t go as smoothly for Joshua Dobbs in Pittsburgh, but he bounced back from two early interceptions with some nice connections with Cobi Hamilton, including a 28-yard touchdown.

Altogether, the quarterback class from the 2017 NFL Draft is off to a strong start.

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