Will Carson Palmer have a chance to make it a trio of Arizona stars to earn that coveted NFL Network distinction?
That dynamic desert duo now has an extra year to deliver the franchise's first Lombardi Trophy.
Here's what else we learned from Friday's action in training camps around the league:
- While the Cardinals' team leaders were signing new deals, the Jets' most decorated offensive and defensive stars were engaging in fisticuffs. Brandon Marshall took a swing at All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis after the two spent the bulk of practice jawing at each other. Worse than the swing, Marshall reportedly needled Revis about his inability to contain Texans wideout DeAndre Hopkins last season.
Coach Todd Bowles downplayed the incident, chalking it up to normal training camp tempers: "I love it. It's football. We're not here judging a beauty pageant. You want some players that's chippy."
- Is the Buffalo Bills' 2016 draft class snakebitten? After watching first-round pass rusher Shaq Lawson undergo shoulder surgery, second-round linebacker Reggie Ragland went down with a non-contact knee injury in Friday's practice. The Bills are unsure of the extent of the injury, but coach Rex Ryan acknowledged that he's "very concerned," per WKBW's Joe Buscaglia.
- While Bradford is locked in as the starter in Philadelphia, former Eagles coach Chip Kelly has no idea which quarterback will be under center for the 49ers' preseason opener. In fact, Kelly revealed Friday that the coaching staff hasn't even discussed whether it will be Blaine Gabbert or Colin Kaepernick starting the first preseason game.
- Keep an eye on the Seahawks' retooled offensive line. Despite signing a two-year, $6 million contract in March, right tackle J'Marcus Webb was relegated to second- and third-team duties on Friday while undrafted former basketball player George Fant -- who has never played a game at offensive line in his life -- was sprinkled in with the first team.
- Tony Romo's release was once timed at 0.26, quicker than gold standard Dan Marino's 0.30 release. DeMarco Murray shared a backfield with Romo for four years in Dallas. Appearing on Friday's edition of Inside Training Camp Live, Murray hailed Marcus Mariota's release as "by far the fastest" he's seen. If that checks out, Mariota's lightning-flash trigger might just be the quickest in NFL history.