Key position battles for training camp

A look at which rookies may have veterans sweating this summer

Originally Published: May 11, 2012
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

The new collective bargaining agreement gives players more structure but less practice time to prepare for the season.

While full-team minicamps are scheduled for later in the month and early June, this is the league's biggest weekend for rookie camps. The CBA gives coaches the ability to assemble draft choices, undrafted players and first-year players for three-day minicamps. More than 20 are in effect this weekend.

Rookie minicamps give players an opportunity to break in on an equal ...

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