The 2019 regular season is just around the corner, and NFL Network has you covered with wall-to-wall training camp coverage each day starting at 10 a.m. ET. Follow along here for some of the best sights, sounds and buzzy moments from "Inside Training Camp Live".
»From Pop Warner to high school and then college and finally the NFL, everything's different and everything's real in the realm of football when full pads are put on.
A good many NFL teams donned full pads for the first time on Monday.
There's more anticipation and excitement ahead of the first practice in pads, whether it's with the veterans who know what happens on the field going forward is what really matters or the fresh-faced rookies getting a crash course in a new level of physicality.
Heading into his fourth season, Howard might feel like a kid again, but the first day of pads is nothing new.
"It was a lot different," Deiter said. "The physicality it's there. It's people's ability to get off blocks, it happens way faster, they're way more athletic and they're a little bit more physical, there's no denying that."
"It's football. It's the same stuff, it's just better players. Throwing on the shoulder pads today, it was a shock to me how long it's been," the 21-year-old Bosa told reporters on Monday via the NFL Network's MJ Acosta. "I don't think I've ever taken a break that long since I was 7 years old. So, it was different, but I mean, it's just the best feeling ever. Especially in the weather up here. It feels great out there, no humidity. Couldn't be happier."
With 38 days until kickoff, the pads are on from the west coast to the east ...
... and all points in between.
"We're going to go with Kevin [Hogan] to begin with and then Drew [Lock]'s going to follow him and then [Brett Rypien]'s going to follow him," Fangio said about the quarterbacks.
In regards to how he plans to handle the first-stringers, Fangio added that "most of them won't play. There might be a couple guys that get a handful of plays."
»Injuries, releases and everything in between have free agents taking visits as training camp is still in its infancy.
With backup Robert Griffin III sustaining a fracture in his thumb, Baltimore brought in Johnson for a visit after he looked impressive with the Redskins last year (after a three-season hiatus from the NFL). But with Griffin likely due back by the start of the season, Johnson didn't feel it was the right opportunity, Rapoport added.
But he looked plenty relaxed Monday when he dropped by during Inside Training Camp Live coverage to say hello to his older brother David, along with Rhett Lewis and Steve Mariucci.
"I'm sure you'll see him," Derek said. "Just know the connection's there."
»Zeke watch carries on in Oxnard, California.
Starting with Ezekiel Elliott missing the team flight on Thursday, moving to Friday's absence on report day and then Saturday's first day of practice, the standout running back's holdout has plodded forward.
On Monday, NFL Network's Jane Slater checked in to say there's no imminent conclusion, but no reason to panic.
»Just don't call him Vinny.
The Buccaneers announced Monday that they had signed quarterback Vincent Testaverde. No, not the 21-season NFL veteran who played six seasons with the Bucs (the first of his seven teams), but his son, Vincent.
Vincent started eight games for the Great Danes of the University of Albany as a senior in 2018 with 1,714 and 11 touchdowns. As the elder Testaverde started at the University of Miami, so too did Vincent before moving on to Albany. Now he's starting his pro career where his father did, as well.
The reigning NFL MVP has showcased mind-spinning throws from all angles and even dabbled with some left-handed tosses.
»As training camp burns on, so too does the summer. With July winding down and August on the horizon, weather is at the forefront, be it humidity or heat -- or both. And even for superstar veterans, it adds to the grind.
Then again, if you're a youngster who gets a chance to hit training camp like the pros you root for, even a little rain's not going to stop you when you're rocking your Khalil Mack jersey.
»Introducing Furrreddie Kitchens!
»The sushi catch is real.
"A lot of people think the sushi catch was fake. It was actually real -- it was the first try."
»Greatness is expected from the NBA's No. 1 overall pick, Zion Williamson.
With the free-agent signing of tight end Jared Cook, the TE position seems to be locked up in New Orleans, but a little practice never hurts.