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51mJohn Clayton

Who's leading every QB battle headed into 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: Is Devin Hester a Hall of Famer?

There is no doubt Devin Hester is the greatest return man in NFL history, but is that enough to earn him a spot in Canton?

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NFL gets tough on concussion policy violations

The NFL and NFL Players Association on Monday jointly announced new guidelines designed to probe and punish teams that violate the league's concussion protocol.

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Barnwell's bounce-back teams for 2016

After experiencing a bunch of bad luck in 2015, the Cowboys and Tony Romo look primed to improve this season. Bill Barnwell predicts which NFL teams will rise and decline in 2016.

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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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Top stats to know: AFC training camps

NFL teams report to training camp this week. Here are the top stats to know about every AFC team heading into the 2016 NFL season.

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20hJeremy Fowler

Steelers find hidden win in Le'Veon Bell suspension

Le'Veon Bell's suspension could hurt the Steelers on the field but will give them leverage when negotiating his deal when he's a free agent in 2017.

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#Redskins internal discussions about how to replace Junior Galette have included Greg Hardy, per sources. Josh Norman would advocate for him

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers on Mike McCarthy saying he's in the best shape he's seen him: "I'm as light as I've been in a while but my muscle mass is as strong as it was when I was 10 pounds heavier."

Luck prepares to take on new season

Colts QB Andrew Luck speaks with Bob Holtzman about his motivation heading into training camp and the strong veteran leadership on the team.

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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

A pre-training camp tradition like no other. Featuring its famed mystery meat, here's the "Mock Turtle Soup" that kicks off the Bengals' media day luncheon. Seriously. No one really knows what the meat is (or won't say). This soup dates back to the luncheons Paul Brown would hold after he founded the team (hopefully this particular bowl doesn't date that far back).

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's where it will all happen for the Chiefs at training camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph. Rookies and quarterbacks report to camp Tuesday and begin a three-day mini-camp on Wednesday. The rest of the players report on Friday and full squad camp begins on Saturday.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Eddie Lacy and the running backs got some post-practice work on their hands, catching balls off the Jugs machine.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets report tomorrow to training camp and they still have two ongoing contract disputes -- QB Ryan Fitzpatrick and No. 1 pick Darron Lee. Lee is one of only three unsigned first rounders. As for Fitzpatrick, it's hard to predict. You'd think the two sides would be motivated by a sense of urgency.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals owner Mike Brown: "Vontaze Burfict is one hell of a football player. We want him on the football field. We regret that we won't have him for three games, but he'll be back after that. He's a difference maker, and we're lucky to have him."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Fitting that Dom Capers, the first head coach of the Carolina Panthers, will be Kevin Greene's presenter next week when Greene is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Capers,with his 3-4 zone blitz scheme, was instrumental in Greene's career as a player at Pittsburgh and Carolina. He was instrumental in Greene's career as an assistant coach at Green Bay.

Should the NFL follow the CFL's lead?

Mike Golic hopes the NFL does not follow the CFL's lead by allowing coaches to be able to speak to their QBs while the play is happening: "I think it's a horrific idea."

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Brett Favre on his wife, Deanna, presenting him for the Hall of Fame: "Deanna is the best teammate I've ever had. She has been by my side throughout this journey and I'm so excited that she gets to play such an important role for me." According to the Hall of Fame, the only other wife to serve as a presenter was Kim Singletary for her husband Mike in 1998. "Serving as Brett's presenter is a great honor," Deanna said. "I am thrilled to be able share this special moment in time with him."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Deanna Favre, Brett's wife, will be his presenter for the Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremony. Favre said last week that his father, Irvin, would have done it if he were alive. Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers will present Kevin Greene.