Dallas Cowboys tight end Martellus Bennett may be maturing, writes Kevin Sherrington of the Dallas Morning News.
New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin is confident that Keith Bulluck can play middle linebacker, reports Mike Garafolo of The Star-Ledger.
Philadelphia Eagles first-round defensive end Brandon Graham agreed to terms on a five-year contract on Thursday.
Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan is using the Albert Haynesworth situation to deliver a message, writes Mike Wise of the Washington Post.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Jimmy Clausen's goal is to improve every day.
Atlanta Falcons first-round linebacker Sean Weatherspoon agreed to terms on his five-year contract before camp opened up.
Unsigned Tampa Bay Buccaneers restricted free agent offensive tackle Donald Penn should end his holdout quickly, writes John Romano of the St. Petersburg Times.
New Orleans Saints first-round cornerback Patrick Robinson will be in camp on time after agreeing to a five-year deal on Thursday night.
The St. Louis Rams and the agents for Sam Bradford are wasting time, writes Bryan Burwell of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic looks at the positions that are up for grabs when the Arizona Cardinals open training camp.
San Francisco 49ers first-round offensive tackle Anthony Davis and third-round linebacker Navorro Bowman are expected to sign contracts early this morning, reports Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com.
Danny O'Neil of the Seattle Times breaks down the legal situation regarding Seattle Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was a guest at the Green Bay Packers' shareholders meeting on Thursday.
Minnesota Vikings players aren't concerned about the absence of Brett Favre as they arrived for training camp.
Detroit Lions safety Ko Simpson may be headed for the PUP list.
As the Chicago Bears open training camp, the spotlight is on head coach Lovie Smith, writes Neil Hayes of the Chicago Sun-Times.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel no longer has a built-in excuse for a dismal passer rating.
Denver Broncos first-round quarterback Tim Tebow agreed to a five-year deal that has a maximum value of $33 million dollars.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Chaz Schilens was unable to finish the team's second practice session for undisclosed reasons.
Unsigned San Diego Chargers restricted free agent linebacker Shawne Merriman will not report on time for training camp.
Houston Texans second-round running back Ben Tate agreed to terms on a contract.
Indianapolis Colts second-round linebacker Pat Angerer is ready to go to work, writes Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.
The Tennessee Titans are confident they'll sign their two remaining unsigned draft picks before training camp, reports John Glennon of The Tennessean.
Signing first-round defensive tackle Tyson Alualu is the focus of the Jacksonville Jaguars' front office.
Miami Dolphins top picks Jared Odrick and Koa Misi signed contracts on Thursday.
Free agent wide receiver Laveranues Coles will work out for the New York Jets today, and could sign a one-year contract for a third stint with Gang Green.
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick redecorated the halls of Gillette Stadium to send his players a message.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Trent Edwards opens camp at the top of Chan Gailey's pecking order.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Terrell Owens was a late arrival, but he's happy to be there.
Steve Doerschuk of the Canton Repository identifies the five Cleveland Browns who need to make an impact in 2010.
Free agent offensive tackle Flozell Adams has agreed to a multi-year deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
It's Christmas in July for Ray Lewis: Today's the day the pads come on at Baltimore Ravens training camp.
Today's NFL birthdays: Cardinals center Ben Claxton (30), Cowboys offensive tackle Robert Brewster (24) and linebacker Leon Williams (27), Colts seventh-round defensive tackle Ricardo Mathews (23), Dolphins running back Lex Hilliard (26), and free agent cornerback Kurt Campbell (28).
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