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12hESPN.com

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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12hJeremy 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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9hTodd 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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10hDan 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 impact the 2016 season the most.

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John Clayton

Who's leading every QB battle entering camp

Robert Griffin III will get the first chance to start for the Browns, while the 49ers' Blaine Gabbert must beat out Colin Kaepernick. John Clayton assesses the six QB battles to watch.

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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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13hJamison Hensley

Flacco isn't worried how football will affect him later in life

There have been 13 players at the age of 30 or younger who have retired this offseason, including former Ravens offensive tackle Eugene Monroe. But Joe Flacco said he isn't worried about how the game of football will affect him later in life.

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2dJeremy Fowler

Manning, Megatron highlight 2016 NFL all-retirement team

There's enough talent retiring from the NFL this offseason to fill out a stellar 22-man roster -- one that would have serious playoff potential if it competed as the league's 33rd team this fall.

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Matthew Berry's Draft-Day Manifesto

ESPN's fantasy football expert says drafting running backs -- and taking running backs early -- are still a crucial part of a successful draft. It's fantasy season!

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Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

As some followers have pointed out, Cam Newton unveiled that name last year after the birth of his son, Chosen.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills CB Stephon Gilmore has reported to training camp. He told ESPN's Josina Anderson earlier this week that he would show up to camp and play out the final year of his rookie contract, avoiding a holdout in hopes of a new deal.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

One thing noticeable in Redskins training camp today: How corner Bashaud Breeland has developed with his hands. As a rookie Breeland's coverage skills were solid but he liked to hold. Coaches wanted him to play with his hands lower in some coverages to help. And that's what was noticeable today. Against Pierre Garcon on some routes, Breeland's hands were near Garçons hips. Even if he held its unlikely it would be caught. Breeland is a smart corner who learns lessons well. That's just one example.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers wide receivers coach Ricky Proehl called Kelvin Benjamin's performance in his first practice since suffering a season-e song knee injury at camp last year "huge."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers wide receiver Stephen Hill, who suffered a season-ending knee injury in the second practice of training camp a year ago, catches a deep pass from Joe Webb in the end zone. Lots of flying hip bumps after that one.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona Cardinals S Tyrann Mathieu has been trying not to focus on his contract extension, which is being negotiated, while he rehabs from ACL surgery. But that's been hard to do, he said Thursday. "Obviously," Mathieu said. "It's a lot of money."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Details of Ryan Fitzpatrick's contract with the Jets: Technically, it's a two-year contract with a voidable. Five days after the Super Bowl, it voids to one year. The two-year structure allows them to spread the signing bonus ($10M) over two years. His base salary is $2M, meaning his cap charge is $7M. There will be a $5M dead charge in 2017. (Per Adam Schefter).

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie cornerback Zack Sanchez picks off a Derek Anderson pass and runs it back much to the delight of the crowd. Sanchez hasn't gotten as much mention as the other two rookie corners, James Bradberry and Daryl Worley, battling to replace Josh Norman.

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

Ezekiel Elliott signs autographs for military members and their families at Point Mugu Naval Air Station.

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

Coach Jason Garrett shares a moment with Mickey Spagnola, one of four members of the organization that survived a fatal accident involving the club's tour bus earlier this week. Four people in the van that collided with the club's tour bus died in the accident, which occurred on U.S. 93, the main route between Las Vegas and Phoenix. Spagnola and the others were going to host an event in Las Vegas with about 75 fans before making their way to training camp.

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have arrived in California for training camp

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Cam Newton follows a bad pass that rookie corner James Bradberry should have intercepted with a bullet over the middle to Kelvin Benjamin. This tandem already heating up again for the Panthers.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton threw a ball to a kid on the end zone hill and the kid ran away with it as the NFL MVP waited for him to throw it back. The kid finally came back and returned the ball.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers QB Cam Newton takes a break to rev up the crowd.