Most important offseason news for all 32 NFL teams

The Broncos and Von Miller worked out a long-term deal, and Eddie Lacy showed up to camp in shape. NFL Nation rounds up the most important thing that happened to each team this offseason.

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1dDan Graziano

NFL's 20 most impactful offseason moves for 2016

The Jets made nice with Ryan Fitzpatrick, and the Texans placed a rather large bet on Brock Osweiler. Those are just two of the offseason moves that will affect the 2016 season the most.

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8hPaul Gutierrez

Raiders give GM McKenzie 4-year extension

The Raiders have given GM Reggie McKenzie a four-year contract extension that will keep him with the team through 2020, with owner Mark Davis saying he's "really happy" with McKenzie at the top.

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Work just beginning for Dolphins DE Dion Jordan

Former first-round pick Dion Jordan will get a fresh start with a new coaching staff, but it's also a staff that won't hesitate to move on without him.

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Packers tight end Jermichael Finley is at practice. Retired after his 2013 neck injury he still looks in game shape. He said he weighs 245 pounds, about 15 less than his playing weight.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Tough start to camp for Bills outside linebackers coach Jeff Weeks, who broke his foot walking down stairs while texting. Rex Ryan joked that there is no truth to the rumor that he was playing Pokemon Go.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins' defense lacks some pieces, but what they don't have a shortage of is this: smarts. They have a lot of players who understand the game and know how to communicate it, from multiple players in the back end, as starters and reserves, to linebacker and up front. It's hard to say how far it can take them, but it can help them achieve more than another group that lacks similar parts.

Mike Reiss ESPN New England Patriots reporter 

Patriots G Jonathan Cooper, who had struggles with injuries with the Cardinals (2013-2015), has left practice this morning after appearing to injure his right foot/ankle. He was lining up with first-unit at right guard. He was helped off field by two athletic trainers, walking slowly, before being placed on a cart.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Wide receiver Stephen Hill (knee) getting the first day in pads off. The Panthers aren't rushing back all the players coming back from injury. Kelvin Benjamin (knee) and Luke Kuechly (shoulder) are in full pads.

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars WR Marqise Lee (hamstring) and RB TJ Yeldon (ankle) sitting out practice again today.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Richard Rodgers' strong camp continued. The trimmed-down tight end snagged a ball away from Quinten Rollins on a seam route in 2-minute to help set up a touchdown dive by James Starks.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

You could hear the hit across the Wofford campus when cornerback Teddy Williams laid out rookie tight end Beau Sandland.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Fans love it when Cam Newton completes a deep pass to Devin Funchess over safety Kurt Coleman and cornerback James Worley. Coleman and Worley didn't love it so much, tugging at the ball for a few seconds after the catch.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Payton directing the offensive line as they hit the blocking sled on the first day of pads at Saints training camp.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The first play of team drills was a win for the defense as LB Shaq Thompson stripped the ball from Mike Tolbert. A few players later, the crowd cheered as Coach Ron Rivera jumped in the middle of a team drill and yelled at the defense for a lack of focus.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens WR Chris Moore is not practicing Saturday after being a standout early in camp. No word on injury. Others not present: TE Crockett Gillmore (hamstring), RB Kenneth Dixon (knee) and six players on PUP (Terrell Suggs, Steve Smith, Elvis Dumervil, Breshad Perriman, Lorenzo Taliaferro and Trent Richardson).

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

One player who has been fun to watch mature: safety DeAngelo Hall. He's very smart at explaining coverages and schemes and the last few years in particular has revealed more veteran's wisdom. He's lasted long for a reason and they're trusting him at safety for the same reason. Guys like Hall and Will Blackmon can adapt to a new position this late in their career because they are smart.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

First-round pick Kenny Clark won both of his reps in the 1-on-1 pass rushing drill today. He's unbeaten in five reps so far in camp, including twice against JC Tretter, who is the No. 1 center right now.

Cowboys defend approach with high-risk players

“Some of the suspensions we're dealing with are sicknesses and they're truly sensitive situations,” Stephen Jones said. No exact science

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Steady rain falling as the Panthers practice in pads for the first time at camp. Nobody is complaining about the cloud cover after the heat index topped 105 degrees on Friday.

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars announce Sunday's practice has been moved from 10 am ET to 6:45 pm ET. Still open to the public.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie second-round pick Jason Spriggs with another impressive showing in the 1-on-1 pass blocking drill. He won all four of his reps to improve to 8-0 so far in camp.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

New Bills assistant DBs coach Ed Reed walks onto the field to cheers from fans. "I'm a coach now!" he says. "I don't sign autographs."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills WR Sammy Watkins, who remains on the PUP list, going through warmups with fellow wide receivers before today's practice.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie guard Lucas Patrick with a club cast on his right hand.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

We've got a lightning delay here at Bucs camp. Players have left the field and fans are filing out of the stands. Per NFL rules, the earliest they'll be able to return to practice will be about 10:10 or so.

Mike Reiss ESPN New England Patriots reporter 

On a beautiful Saturday morning at Patriots training camp, a look at the crowd as the ramps to stadium have been opened to accommodate the overflow. Could be close to 20,000 by day's end.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

Two practices for the Broncos today -- a 9:30 a.m. practice that is open to the public to go with an afternoon walk-through that is closed to the public. This morning's practice is the first weekend affair of training camp so it will be a good gauge of fan interest. Attendance has been down slightly, from last year, in the first two days of camp, including 3,407 fans Thursday (the first day). Last summer 4,025 fans attended the first practice of training camp. In 2015, the Broncos had 54,313 fans attend their 13 open training camp practices combined, an average of 4,178 per day. The total was an attendance record since the team returned to have training camp at its suburban Denver complex in 2005. Last year the team set a single-day attendance record for training camp when 5,507 fans attended the Aug. 7 practice.