What We Learned from Saturday's games

Starting to get some clarity

The NFL's most intriguing quarterback battles are all but wrapped up following Saturday's games. Read

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  1. Training camp hub

    Here's the NFL training camp 2015 schedule guide. Find out when and where your favorite team is preparing for the upcoming season. Read

  2. Cuts Tracker

    In an early Monday stunner, the Bills released veteran running back Fred Jackson. Keep track of the latest player cuts here as teams trim their rosters to 75. Read

  3. Inside Training Camp

    Packers camp report: WR3 for the taking

    Jordy Nelson's torn ACL indirectly opened the door for Ty Montgomery and Jeff Janis to compete to be the Packers' No. 3 receiver. Alex Gelhar writes Green Bay has a true position battle at hand. Read

  4. Dream Super Bowl 50 matchups

    Tom Brady vs. Aaron Rodgers on football's ultimate stage? Dave Dameshek provides eight dream Super Bowl 50 matchups -- along with some juicy final fours -- to hope for. Read

  5. Tyrod Taylor named Bills starting QB

    The "Around The NFL" crew discusses Tyrod Taylor winning the Buffalo Bills quarterback competition and running back Fred Jackson being released by the team. Watch
  6. Kirk Cousins named Week 1 starter

    The Washington Redskins have officially named quarterback Kirk Cousins as the starter for Week 1 of the season. Watch
  7. Steelers acquire Josh Scobee in trade

    The Steelers' luck hasn't been great with kickers in the preseason, so they went and added the dependable Josh Scobee to their roster via a trade with the Jaguars. Read

  8. Injuries: Bucs' Winston dealing with sprained ankle

    Jameis Winston confirmed that he has a sprained ankle, but it isn't bothering him very much, musing, "Pain is temporary." Can the Buccaneers quarterback be fully healthy come Week 1? Read

  9. The Brandt Report

    Ten training camp risers

    What has Blake Bortles looking like a new quarterback? Why should we believe this is the year Melvin Ingram breaks out? Back from his training camp tour, Gil Brandt spotlights 10 ascending players. Read

  10. Broncos trade Chris Clark to Texans

    The Houston Texans acquired some offensive line depth when they traded with the Denver Broncos for Chris Clark on Monday. Read

  11. Bradford: Offense 'firing on all cylinders'

    Sam Bradford impressed in the Eagles' 39-26 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Saturday night. Bradford remarked after the game that he took a "huge" step forward in his return from back-to-back ACL injuries. Read

  12. Peyton on offense: We're 'figuring out who we are'

    Peyton Manning is still getting situated with the Broncos' offense. Despite two preseason appearances under his belt, the quarterback says the offense is still trying to develop its identity. Read

  13. Cowboys' Lawrence a new Deacon Jones?

    Dallas Cowboys second-round pick DeMarcus Lawrence has been coming on strong in camp lately. So strong, in fact, defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli has given him a lofty nickname. Read

  14. What we learned: Bradford, Taylor impress

    Sam Bradford solidified himself as Philadelphia's starting quarterback. While Tyrod Taylor made a strong case to start for the Bills. Here's what else we learned on Saturday night. Read

  15. Abdullah fine with Lions' RB-by-committee approach

    Ameer Abdullah, arguably the most talked about rookie back of the preseason, is just fine sharing carries with a talented Lions backfield, and he's not afraid to say it. Read

  16. Inside Training Camp

    Cardinals camp report: Newbies to know

    Reporting from Cardinals camp, Andie Hagemann identifies two Arizona rookies to keep an eye on: receiver J.J. Nelson and nose tackle Rodney Gunter. Plus, updates on position battles and injuries. Read

  17. NFC preseason player grades, Week 2

    Jameis Winston showed improvement in Week 2 of the preseason, but Brandin Cooks and Jarryd Hayne truly stole the show. Bucky Brooks provides a grade for one notable player on each NFC team. Read

  18. Whisenhunt shoots down Mettenberger trade talks

    Ken Whisenhunt laughed at the idea of shipping quarterback Zach Mettenberger out of Tennessee, saying: "We certainly feel very fortunate that we have Zach, and what Zach brings to the table." Read

  19. Alex Smith: Chiefs will throw deep ball

    Alex Smith wants to open up the passing game in Kansas City and start throwing the ball downfield. With big-play threat Jeremy Maclin now in tow, can Smith and the Chiefs score big? Read

  20. O'Brien explains why he picked Hoyer

    Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien discusses the decision to declare quarterback Brian Hoyer the starter over quarterback Ryan Mallett. Watch
  21. AFC preseason player grades, Week 2

    Marcus Mariota and Johnny Manziel both flashed enticing talent in Week 2, but nobody was more impressive than Melvin Ingram. Bucky Brooks provides grades for notable players on AFC teams. Read

  22. Inside Training Camp

    Patriots camp report: Life without Revis Island

    Darrelle Revis was a huge part of New England's title run. But with the All-Pro corner gone, does Bill Belichick have a new role in mind for Devin McCourty? Jeff Darlington reports from Patriots camp. Read

  23. Hoyer: Being doubted is what drives me

    Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer shares his thoughts on earning the starting job and his expectations for the upcoming season. Watch
  24. Takeaways: Nelson's injury won't ruin Packers

    The Packers were dealt with a significant blow Sunday when Jordy Nelson suffered a torn ACL vs. the Steelers. Despite the setback, the Packers have the resources to remain among the NFL's elite. Read

  25. Marshall: There's punishment for talking about Geno

    New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall calls into the "Rich Eisen Show" and explains to Rich that the punishment for continuing to talk about quarterback Geno Smith is to run laps. Watch
  26. Randle aggravates oblique injury in practice

    Joseph Randle aggravated a strained oblique on Thursday that forced him to miss most of practice. His availability is in doubt for the team's second preseason game on Sunday against the 49ers. Read

  27. Inside Training Camp

    Saints camp report: All eyes on Brees

    The New Orleans Saints focused this offseason on providing Drew Brees with more time to operate in the pocket. Jeff Darlington reports the team's effort to solidify the offensive line is paying off. Read

  28. Film room: Rookie running backs stealing the show

    Ameer Abdullah and David Cobb aren't the only rookie running backs making an early impact. Marc Sessler dug into Game Pass to examine Matt Jones, Melvin Gordon, Zach Zenner and more. Read

  29. Take your tailgate to the next level

    Fandom means eating the best gameday food possible. See recipes and tips from fellow fans via Pinterest to help take your tailgate to the next level this season. Read

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Training camp is where it all starts and when teams begin forming the group of players that will take them through the 2014 season. As camps unfold and teams slowly dwindle down to their 53-man rosters, NFL.com will have complete coverage for all 32 teams.



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