Blaine Gabbert on the spot early

Rookie QB will see plenty of snaps against talented Pats; how will Eagles use Samuel?

Originally Published: August 10, 2011
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

For way too long, the NFL offseason revolved around the games being played by lawyers and negotiators.

Thanks to the settlement of the lockout, football is back -- and the preseason kicks off with five games each on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The Jets close out the first week with a Monday night game against the Houston Texans.

No one can predict the quality of the product. Coaches no longer have two-a-days to grind their players into shape. The first part of camp was more ...

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