“One day at a time” is the 2010 Dallas Cowboys’ training camp motto.
Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan should be the bigger man in the Albert Haynesworth situation, writes Mike Wise of the Washington Post.
Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Moises Fukou is the favorite to start at strong-side linebacker, writes Jonathan Tamari of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Former New York Giants quarterback Jared Lorenzen is working at his old high school while he pursues a teaching degree.
Free agent linebacker Isaiah Ekejiuba signed a two-year deal with the Detroit Lions.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson talks fumbles, Favre, and Entourage in The Oklahoman.
The Green Bay Packers are Super Bowl material, writes Garry Howard, sports editor at the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune previews the Chicago Bears cornerbacks.
Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has a position-by-position training camp overview of the St. Louis Rams.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill’s domestic violence trial begins next Thursday, reports Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times.
Former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Jerry Rice, who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on August 7, stressed the importance of hard work in practice.
Arizona Cardinals general manager Rod Graves is optimistic that their three unsigned picks will be signed in time for training camp, reports Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic.
The New Orleans Saints have had preliminary talks with the agent for first round cornerback Patrick Robinson.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive line coach Pete Mangurian says the team is moving on after a tumultuous 2009 season.
D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution breaks down the Atlanta Falcons offensive line.
Darin Gantt of the Charlotte Observer previews the Carolina Panthers secondary.
Despite reports from TMZ.com, the Cincinnati Bengals are not close on a deal with wide receiver Terrell Owens.
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin’s contract extension was made official on Friday.
Baltimore Ravens safety Tom Zbikowski is ready to take his game to the next level, writes Ken Murray of the Baltimore Sun.
Buffalo Bills tight end Shawn Nelson spoke to over 100 kids at The Hope Youth Development flag football league in Louisiana last weekend.
New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker will reportedly be a full participant when training camp opens.
New York Jets center Nick Mangold won’t be a training camp holdout.
Free agent defensive end Marques Douglas will sign a two-year deal with the Miami Dolphins.
The Jacksonville Jaguars’ focus is now on signing first-round defensive tackle Tyson Alualu, reports Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union.
According to Forbes Magazine, the Houston Texans are the 10th-most valuable franchise in professional sports.
Injuries will give the Tennessee Titans linebackers corps a different look in 2010, writes John Glennon of The Tennessean.
Indianapolis Colts rookie running back Javarris James will help his cousin Edgerrin, the Colts’ all-time leading rusher, with a football camp in Immokalee, Florida on Monday.
The Kansas City Chiefs unveiled a renovated Arrowhead Stadium on Friday.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jabar Gaffney’s familiarity with the offense could result in a bigger role in 2010.
San Diego Chargers head coach Norv Turner says the team’s window of opportunity has widened.
Oakland Raiders cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha shuts down his side of the field, but can he be a play-making corner?
Today’s NFL birthdays: Bills offensive tackle Andre Ramsey (23), defensive tackle Jonathan Stupar (26), and safety Donte Whitner (25), Bears wide receiver Rashied Davis (31) and undrafted running back Brandon Minor (22), Browns cornerback Eric Wright (25), Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop (26), Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher (23), Steelers running back Mewelde Moore (28) and first-round center/guard Maurkice Pouncey (21), Chargers undrafted tight end Richard Brockel (24), Titans offensive tackle Michael Otto (27), free agent offensive tackle Kelly Butler (28), wide receiver Kevin Marion (26), cornerbacks Mike Mickens (23) and Will Poole (29), linebacker Matt Sinclair (28).