Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald has five questions as the New England Patriots prepare to open training camp.
The Buffalo Bills’ three-way battle at quarterback will highlight training camp.
New York Jets All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis should be shown the money, writes Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post.
Free agent defensive lineman Montavious Stanley agreed to terms with the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
High expectations will greet the Baltimore Ravens rookie class, writes Jamison Hensley of the Baltimore Sun.
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has to get two quarterbacks ready to start the 2010 season.
Cleveland Browns tight end Ben Watson is the favorite to start.
Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer previews the Cincinnati Bengals linebackers.
Indianapolis Colts defensive tackle Mitch King wants to make it hard for the team to cut him this summer.
Tennessee Titans punter Brett Kern worked on his knuckleball this off-season.
“Every year is a make-or-break year” to Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew.
Houston Texans single-game tickets go on sale this Friday.
The Kansas City Chiefs have four players to get under contract before camp opens this week, including restricted free agent safety Jarrad Page.
An improved defense could defy the expectations for the 2010 Denver Broncos, writes Mike Klis of the Denver Post.
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is optimistic heading into training camp.
Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden needs to be more than a “Mr. August”.
Former Seattle Seahawks linebacker Brian Bosworth describes his Seattle experience as “circuslike”.
Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com introduces us to San Francisco 49ers sixth-round wide receiver Kyle Williams.
Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Brian St. Pierre’s back has improved, and he hopes to catch on with another NFL team.
ESPN.com’s Mike Sando explains the St. Louis Rams’ interest in free agent wide receiver Terrell Owens.
The Chicago Bears’ strong special teams unit goes beyond Devin Hester, writes Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune.
Green Bay Packers wide receivers had a high dropped pass rate in 2009, writes Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Since their roommate moved out, the Minnesota Vikings’ home stadium has received a few upgrades.
Detroit Lions second-year defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill is back on the right track, writes Tom Kowalski of MLive.com.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is always looking for ways to improve his performance.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning donated $1M to a scholarship program at Ole Miss.
Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News plays 20 questions as the Philadelphia Eagles prepare to open training camp this week.
With the arrival of Mike Shanahan, the Washington Redskins have reason to be optimistic, writes Sally Jenkins of the Washington Post.
After losing Thomas Davis to injury, linebacker is no longer a strength of the Carolina Panthers defense, writes Darin Gantt of the Charlotte Observer.
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Harry Douglas is being counted on to return from a knee injury that ended his ’09 season before it began.
Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune identifies five Tampa Bay Buccaneers who could surprise in 2010.
New Orleans Saints second-round tackle Charles Brown could push for a starting job this summer.
Today’s NFL birthdays: Browns linebacker Marcus Benard (25), Texas tight end Joel Dreessen (28), Raiders guard Robert Gallery (30) and cornerback Stanford Routt (27), Steelers sixth-round running back Jonathan Dwyer (21), free agent wide receivers Travis Brown (24) and Chris Francies (28), defensive end Andre Coleman (26), quarterback Adam DiMichele (25), guard Corey Hulsey (33), and linebacker Tom Korte (24).