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4hBill Barnwell

The NFL's best, worst in red zone, and what it means for 2016

Bill Barnwell takes a big-picture look at the red zone, including which teams and players have been consistently stellar. Predictably, the Brady-to-Gronk connection earns high marks.

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6hJames Walker

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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Vote now: How does your NFL team stack up?

ESPN The Magazine's Ultimate Standings grades organizations on everything from ticket prices and stadium experience to the talent on the field, court or rink. How does your favorite NFL team stack up? Vote now!

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1dJeremy Fowler

Steelers need Rolls-Royce driver Brown more than ever

Antonio Brown has put his contract situation on hold and is expected to arrive at training camp in a Rolls-Royce, and the Steelers should be appreciative, for they need Brown more than ever.

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1dTodd Archer

Should Cowboys look into Nick Foles?

The Cowboys have only Kellen Moore and Dak Prescott behind Tony Romo. Given Romo's injury history, they might want to consider a run at Nick Foles.

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Top under-the-radar storylines for all 32 NFL teams

Will Michael Bennett's contract situation become a distraction for the Seahawks? Do the Patriots have enough at running back? NFL Nation reporters pick a hidden storyline to watch for every team.

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9hDan 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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Is Cam Newton having a 'midlife crisis?'

David Newton had to ask after Panthers teammate Thomas Davis joked that Newton looked like something out of an Odell Beckham style book Friday. Trendsetter

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets DE Sheldon Richardson was excused for a personal reason, per Todd Bowles. He will be back in a couple of days.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders alumni pose for pic with Mark Davis

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Mariota showed me one exercise he does to strengthen his VMOs -- vastus medial is obliques. The tear drop muscles above the kneecap help with stability and injury prevention.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets practice recap: Terrific day by Ryan Fitzpatrick (23-for-26). Who needs OTAs? Three nice deep balls by Geno Smith. Only blemish was an interception with 20 seconds on the clock in a hurry-up situation. Kenbrell Tbompkins, on his 28th birthday, was everywhere. Rookie WR Jalin Marshall is turning heads.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Aside from A.J. Green, Jake Kumerow has been the Bengals WR who has gotten the most consistent applause from fans today. The former undrafted free agent has caught his share of contested balls, and made it look relatively easy. Keep your eye on that name ...

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

"I feel as good as I've felt ever." – Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer as he enters his 14th NFL season.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin just went up and flipped over safety Kurt Coleman and corner Daryl Worley for a SportsCenter worthy catch. Stephen Hill followed that with a pretty amazing catch. No hesitation from these two after a year off from ACL tears.

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

New Vikings offensive line coach Tony Sparano, working with the unit that has perhaps more at stake than any other in Vikings training camp.

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Max Kellerman debut week on First Take

Max Kellerman didn't skip a beat on his long-awaited First Take debut.

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Cam: 'I gain nothing' from reliving SB50 loss

Cam Newton has moved beyond what happened in last year's Super Bowl.

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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals rookie WR Tyler Boyd (No. 83) doesn't just throw passes. He catches them, too. The second-round pick goes to work here versus CB Chris Lewis-Harris.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Brian Orakpo: "This is what a winning organization looks like." Says Titans HQ renovations surpass what players could have wished for. One of giant, lit up pictures on auditorium wall is of him. "Nothing better than seeing yourself big as day on the wall"

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Prized free-agent signing Olivier Vernon was the only Giant doing extra running outside in the heat after practice. Why? "I think he likes to work," coach Ben McAdoo said.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers wide recover Stephen Hill is favoring his right leg slightly. He is recovering from a season-ending ACL tear in his right knee suffered during the second practice of last year's camp. This is this second practice this year.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger honoring retired tight end Heath Miller by wearing the No. 83 jersey at training camp.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie cornerback Zack Sanchez knocked down a Joe Webb pass. The fifth-round pick intercepted a pass last night. Shouldn't be overlooked in the rookie corner battle.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans center Ben Jones played for three years with the Texans with Andre Johnson. "He doesn't say a lot. But when he's on the field, he's going to do what it takes to win."

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins linebackers drove the sled but there were no pads on it. By removing the pads it narrowed the target and forced them to keep their hands right as Ryan Kerrigan showed.

RG III: I have a lot to prove

Robert Griffin III tells Bob Holtzman that he's not thinking about the starting QB job in Cleveland yet.

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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals H-back Ryan Hewitt (No. 89) missed all of the spring with an undisclosed injury, but he's back for camp. Could be a key part of Cincy's run-blocking game this season.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Robert Griffin III takes the first snap with first team in team drills. Not a surprise.