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BASTAD, Sweden -- Top-seeded David Ferrer came back from a set and 2-0 down in beating French qualifier Calvin Hemery 3-6, 7-5, 6-3 in the second round of the Swedish Open on Thursday.The two-time former champion had a first-round bye, and was having a first meeting with Hemery, who earned his first match win on the tour on Tuesday.It was tough, Ferrer said. At the end of the first set and beginning of the second set I made a lot of mistakes. I hope I can play better tomorrow.Ferrer next plays Dustin Brown of Germany, who knocked out sixth-seeded Aljaz Bedene of Britain 6-3, 6-7 (5), 6-3. The Spaniard said he watched that game.Dustin is playing well, he said. It isnt easy playing against Dustin.Second-seeded Joao Sousa, the 2014 runner-up, lost only 12 of his service points in a 6-3, 6-1 win over wild card Carl Soderlund of Sweden. He will next face Portuguese compatriot Gastao Elias, who beat Japans Taro Daniel 7-6 (1), 3-6, 6-2. 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With Parker having a quiet game for once, Nicolas Batum and Boris Diaw provided the scoring as France won its first major basketball title by beating Lithuania 80-66 on Sunday. It was a victory that ended a decade of frustration for Parker and a talented French generation, which lost the final against Spain two years ago and tk bronze in 2005. The top two picks in the 2016 draft -- quarterbacks Jared Goff and Carson Wentz -- probably wont play in the regular season any time sn. No. 3 pick Joey Bosa hasnt yet signed his rkie contract. Ezekiel Elliott and Jalen Ramsey, the?Nos. 4 and 5 picks, are well on their way to playing the majority of snaps for their teams. But what about the other 248 picks?NFL Nation reporters detail how every?player picked in the 2016 draft has lked so far in training camp, and their chances?of playing this season. Check out evaluations on each teams top pick below, and click the links after each team to view the full posts.Los Angeles Rams:?Quarterback?Jared Goff continues to make steady progress. The No. 1?pick?practiced with the starters for the first time Tuesday, and his ascension to the No. 1 spot on the depth chart still appears inevitable. Read more.Philadelphia Eagles:?Quarterback?Carson Wentz has demonstrated excellent arm strength, gd mobility and a high ftball IQ so far. However, coach Doug Pederson is committed to his plan of having the No. 2 pick?open the season as the third-string?quarterback, behind Sam Bradford and Chase Daniel. Read more.San Diego Chargers:?No. 3 pick Joey Bosa?is embroiled in a nasty contract dispute and has not seen the field at Chargers Park since the opening of training camp two weeks ago. The defensive end?appeared to be making improvements during offseason work but needs to sign his contract and get into camp to reach lofty expectations in his rkie season. Read more.Dallas Cowboys: Running back?Ezekiel Elliott showed quickly in camp that he will be a big contributor as a rkie, but four practices in, the No. 4 picks?right hamstring tightened up and the Cowboys shut him down. They dont believe its anything serious, but given how important he will be to their success, they dont want to take any chances. Read more.Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars wanted No. 5 pick Jalen Ramsey?to work only on the outside but changed that plan pretty quickly when they saw how well Ramsey picked up the defense. He has been working with the first team as an outside cornerback and as a nickelback. He has had some pretty gd battles with wide receiver?Allen Robinson in camp.?Read more.Baltimore Ravens:?Offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley, the No. 6 overall pick, has been as gd as advertised with his athleticism, maturity, intelligence and quiet confidence. Theres a reason why the Ravens are trusting Stanley to protect the blind side of Joe Flacco?only one season after the quarterback had season-ending knee surgery.?Read more.San Francisco 49ers:?Defensive end DeForest Buckner hasnt taken long to make an impact, quickly earning repetitions with the first-team defense. The No. 7 pick?has showed his versatility playing multiple positions along the line and hes trending toward landing a starting job sner than later. Read more.Tennessee Titans: No. 8?pick?Jack Conklin?appears to be the solid and steady edge protector the Titans expected. The offensive tackle?has won a couple of key one-on-one battles in highlighter team competitions in practices. Read more.Chicago Bears:?Outside linebacker Leonard Floyd is quietly earning reps on the first team. The coaching staff is incredibly high on the ninth picks?athleticism, which they believe supersedes any concern over his playing weight. Read more.New York Giants:?Cornerback Eli Apple has split first-team reps all summer at left cornerback with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Coming from a program like Ohio State, the No. 10 pick?has not lked overwhelmed despite playing a difficult position. Apple has performed better than expected early in training camp. Read more.Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cornerback?Vernon Hargreaves III started camp getting reps with the second-team defense at both nickelback and cornerback, with an emphasis on learning the nickel position. Because he played only outside at Florida, it has been an adjustment defending slot receivers. On Aug. 3, the 11th pick?started rotating in with the first team at both positions. Read more.New Orleans Saints:?Defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins?made his biggest splash yet Tuesday with a rare interception against Tom Brady in a joint practice with the Patriots. The 12th pick?has been solid so far, but the preseason games will be the best showcase since the Saints dont do a lot of live tackling in practice. Read more.Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins are not making it easy for the No. 13 pick. Offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil is still working out the mechanics of moving inside to left guard and continues to get most of his reps on the second team. That should change by September.?Read more.Oakland Raiders:?Safety Karl Joseph made the first interception of his young NFL career Wednesday by picking off Derek Carr in the end zone with a leaping grab. He has missed only one of 11 practices while being mindful of his right knee, which limited him to four games at West Virginia last fall and could keep him out of the Raiders preseason opener against the Cardinals.?Read more.Cleveland Browns:?Wide receiver Corey Coleman was having a strong camp before tweaking a hamstring. The 15th pick?has been as advertised -- stout, fast, strong to the ball and able to score touchdowns. He appears to be a legitimate playmaker. Read more.Detroit Lions: Offensive tackle?Taylor Decker was put at left tackle at the start of organized team activities and hasnt relinquished the spot. Unless something drastic happens, the No. 16 pick?is on pace to be the teams opening-day starter protecting Matthew Staffords blind side. He has shown flashes of improvement throughout training camp, but is still a ways away from where the Lions need him to be consistently. Read more.Atlanta Falcons:?Safety Keanu Neal came in with the reputation of being a physical player, and he hasnt disappointed in that area. The 17th pick is?more than just a heavy hitter, though, with the speed and athleticism to excel in coverage.dddddddddddd Neal just needs to stay healthy; he already got dinged up with a trunk injury. Read more.Indianapolis Colts:?Center Ryan Kelly has been the starting center since the moment the Colts selected him with the No. 18 pick in April. The only downside for Kelly so far has been that he missed about a week of practice because of a left shoulder strain. Read more.Buffalo Bills: Outside linebacker?Shaq Lawson remains on the active/physically unable to perform list following May shoulder surgery and has done most of his work behind the scenes through the first two weeks of training camp. A source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that the No. 19 pick?is likely to return between Weeks 6 and 8 of the regular season, which will almost certainly land him on the reserve/physically unable to perform list. Read more.New York Jets: Linebacker Darron Lee flashed quite a bit in Thursday nights preseason opener, according to coach Todd Bowles. The undersized but speedy Lee (one sack, one tackle-for-loss) showed he can make plays in space, but he disappeared a few times in the land of the giants. The No. 2 pick probably can help this year in a specific role, not as a traditional inside linebacker. Read more.Houston Texans:?Wide receiver Will Fuller?has impressed in camp with his speed and athleticism, and he seems to be working well with quarterback Brock Osweiler. Surprisingly, Fuller was listed behind Jaelen Strong, Keith Mumphery, and Cecil Shorts III on the first depth chart. Expect the No. 21 pick?to pass at least Mumphery and Shorts III by the end of the preseason. Read more.Washington Redskins:?No. 22 pick Josh Doctson still hasnt practiced in training camp because of his left Achilles injury. Team sources anticipated him being out a week or two after camp started; were approaching the end of that timetable. Read more.Minnesota Vikings:?The Vikings have worked wide receiver Laquon Treadwell into their offense gradually, but he has shown signs of development in recent practices, connecting with Teddy Bridgewater for a couple of impressive completions during last Saturdays evening practice. The No. 23 pick?is typically the last player off the practice field, catching around 50 extra passes once team work is over. Read more.Cincinnati Bengals:?Although cornerback William Jackson III had a promising spring participating in rkie minicamp and organized team activities, it has been hard to fully evaluate him in training camp. Thats because, barely one week into the summer practices, the 24th pick?suffered a chest injury that could keep him out the entire regular season. His rkie year will end up being a redshirt type of year, as the team migtht sn be resigned into focusing its attention on his return in 2017. Read more.Pittsburgh Steelers: Between nursing a minor injury and trouble guarding Antonio Brown, cornerback Artie Burns has had a rough training camp. Perhaps thats to be expected for a young player going up against Brown. Overall, the No. 25 pick?has had a few gd moments in one-on-ones but also got outmuscled on a screen pass and a running play in his most recent 11-man work.?Read more.Denver Broncos:?Quarterback Paxton?Lynch has endured some bumps on the learning curve since the Broncos offense is far different and demands more of him than the one he worked in at Memphis. While the Broncos like the skill set theyve seen from him as a potential long-term starter, the No. 26 pick is?currently No. 3 on the depth chart and poised for a developmental year unless the Broncos suffer injuries. Read more.Green Bay Packers:?Can you say Mike Daniels Jr.? Defensive tackle Kenny Clark is like a Daniels clone. Clark is stout but strong at the point of attack and also has more pass-rush ability than you might think. The No. 27 pick is?a lock to start at nose tackle alongside Daniels and Letroy Guion in the base 3-4 and also should play in the nickel package. The Packers have been pleased so far. Read more.Arizona Cardinals:?Defensive tackle?Robert Nkemdiche has missed all of training camp thus far because of a sprained ankle suffered during a pre-camp practice. Expectations are still high, however, with the No. 29 pick?slated to join the defensive line rotation as sn as hes healthy.?Read more.Carolina Panthers:?Coach Ron Rivera continues to call defensive tackle Vernon Butler a work in progress because the former Louisiana Tech star hasnt consistently shown the ability to finish plays. But the No. 30 pick?is improving daily -- particularly with his pass rush -- and will be among the four-man rotation behind starters Star Lotulelei and Kawann Short. Read more.Seattle Seahawks:?Germain Ifedi?has?been tested by veterans but hasnt backed down and lks more than willing to mix it up every time hes on the field. The No. 31 pick?has been the starting right guard, and hell probably stay there, although its possible that the team tries him at right tackle at some point in the preseason. So far, the signs have been positive. Read more.Kansas City Chiefs:?Defensive lineman Chris Jones, whom the Chiefs tk at No. 37 overall after trading out of the first round,?has displayed strong pass-rush skills at training camp. Jones wont start because the Chiefs have a strong veteran presence, but hell get some work as part of the playing rotation.?Read more.New England Patriots:?Cornerback Cyrus Jones is the teams top pick as a result of losing a first-rounder as part of the NFLs Deflategate penalties. The No. 60 overall pick?hasnt missed a practice, is a candidate to be a top kickoff and punt returner, and is competing for the top nickel role on defense. One area of inconsistency for the 5-ft-10, 200-pound Alabama alum has been muffing punts in practice. Read more. ' ' '