In a statement, first-year Iowa State head coach Matt Campbell said Tribune has been suspended indefinitely.

“We are aware of the charges filed against Nigel and we are in the process of gathering more information,” Campbell’s statement said. “Nigel has been suspended indefinitely from the football team under the student-athlete code of conduct policy.”

Tribune has seen significant action in each of his three seasons with the program. He was the only true freshman to play for the Cyclones in 2013, when he played in 10 games, starting seven, and totaled 30 tackles and an interception. In 2014, he started all 11 games at cornerback and had 64 tackles, three interceptions. He also had 13 pass breakups on the season – sixth-best in the country.

Tribune played in 11 games (eight starts) in 2015 and had 37 tackles, seven pass breakups, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.

The Cyclones open up the 2016 campaign at home against Northern Iowa on Sept. 3.

Colin Kaepernick is healthy just in time for his training-camp battle with Blaine Gabbert.

For the first time since undergoing three surgeries, reported Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee, Kaepernick received medical clearance from his Colorado doctor for full participation in practices.

Meanwhile, Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden will open camp on the PUP because of an ankle issue. Haden was limited to just five starts last season due to multiple injuries and concussion problems.

Gordon was at the complex Tuesday and met with coach Hue Jackson, executive VP of football operations Sashi Brown and other members of the franchise.

Franchise player Eric Berry won’t be the only Kansas City Chiefs defensive star missing from the start of training camp.

Coach Andy Reid told reporters Tuesday that he doesn’t expect outside linebacker Justin Houston to participate in camp.

Ware and West signing identical three-year, $4.2 million deals (worth a maximum of $8.2 million with salary escalators) suggests that the Chiefs have a succession plan in place at running back. Charles is scheduled to make $6 million this year in his comeback with two reconstructed knees where he turns 30 years old late in the season. The $6 million includes a $2 million bonus for reporting to training camp. Charles could be asked to take a pay cut where this $2 million bonus is converted into not-likely-to-be-earned incentives, which could be earned back by performance, to lower his $5,312,500 cap number.