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Biggest injury question mark on all 32 NFL teams

J.J. Watt just had his second surgery of the offseason, while Tony Romo broke his collarbone twice in 2015. NFL Nation goes team by team, detailing the injured players to watch in training camp.

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NFL's biggest injury question marks

J.J. Watt just had his second surgery of the offseason, and Tony Romo broke his collarbone twice in 2015. NFL Nation goes team by team to detail the injured players to watch in training camp. Looming injuries

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Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Source says Saints LT Terron Armstead's injury is soft tissue, should return within a couple weeks.

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#NFL stated after Case Keenum situation that team discipline would be considered for future violations of concussion protocol. Now reality

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Source: With Case Keenum example, #NFLPA threatened to claim malpractice vs team docs, league neuros to gain enforcement of concussion rules

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Mariota is scheduled to sign autographs after the Titans practice Monday morning, Aug. 1. Last year at his first such signing was the first time the team ever formally organized a line for a player in such a setting.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

After years of using locals and former players viewers complained about, the Titans have made the logical move and hired two national guys to call their preseason guys on TV. Dan Hellie will do play-by-play and the very good Charles Davis will be the analyst.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints will start training camp with four players on the physically-unable-to-perform list: LT Terron Armstead, CB Keenan Lewis, DE Hau'oli Kikaha, WR Vincent Brown. Armstead's injury is unknown, but a source indicated it's not significant. Lewis said the other day that he is recovered from last year's hip injury but may be limited early in camp as a precaution. Kikaha is expected to miss all or most of the year with an ACL injury. Brown's injury is unknown. First practice is Thursday.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders announced Monday afternoon that rookie guard Vadal Alexander, a seventh-round draft pick, will begin training camp on the Non-Football Injury List and both veteran running back Roy Helu, Jr. and undrafted rookie defensive end Greg Townsend, Jr. will be on the Physically Unable To Perform List. All three players will count against the 90-man camp roster. The first full training camp practice in Napa is Friday.

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Saints still have 7.8% of their cap ($12.1 million) this year going to Junior Galette, who was cut from the team two torn Achilles ago.