Edgerrin James will be looking to bounce back from a disappointing season (3.4 yards per carry was a career low) when the Cardinals begin camp at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Ariz.
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New coach Bobby Petrino will try to keep the Michael Vick controversy in the background when the Falcons return to Flowery Branch, Ga.
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Per usual, Ray Lewis will be the center of attention when the Ravens kick off training camp at McDaniel College in Westminster, Md.
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The Bills haven't finished above .500 since going 9-7 in 2004. The road back to respectability begins at St. John Fisher College in Pittsford, N.Y.
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All business on the field, Steve Smith will take some time to kid around with his son, Boston, when Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C., hosts the Panthers' training camp.
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Being a quarterback can be a lonely feeling sometimes, especially when certain teammates make public pleas to bring in your replacement. Rex Grossman will try to ignore the naysayers when the defending NFC champion Bears open camp at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Ill. <br>First practice: 7-27
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Last pre-season, Carson Palmer was tentative in camp while rehabbing from a devastating knee injury. This year, when the Bengals open camp at Georgetown (Ky.) College, the all-pro QB should be pain free.
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Joe Jurevicius will probably take a backseat to a certain rookie quarterback as the autograph-seekers descend upon the Browns' training facility in Berea, Ohio.
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Terrell Owens got a thumbs-up for his league-leading 13 receiving touchdowns in 2006. But the question will be whether the infamous wideout continues to be more of a headache than a help when the Cowboys open camp at the Alamodome in San Antonio.
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Unlike last season, Jay Cutler enters Broncos camp at Dove Valley in Englewood, Colo., as the unquestioned starting quarterback for the Broncos.
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At the Lions practice facility, Roy Williams will team up with prized rookie Calvin Johnson to form what is expected to become one of the most feared wide receiver tandems in the league.
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Green Bay Packers
Don't let the gray hair fool you -- Brett Favre will continue to be the Packers' most colorful personality and the fan favorite when camp opens at Lambeau Field.
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The spotlight won't be as bright on 2005 No. 1 draft pick Mario Williams, but the second-year defensive end will still feel the glare when camp opens at the Texans practice facility in Houston.
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Chances are Corey Simon won't be with the world champion Colts when they take off to Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Ind.
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After finishing 8-8 last season, the Jaguars will gather at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville trying to regain their 2005 form, when they went 12-4.
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Kansas City Chiefs
The No. 1 reason to check out the Chiefs camp at the University of Wisconsin River-Falls? Coach Herman Edwards isn't afraid to mix it up with his players.
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With former coach Nick Saban now back in college at Alabama, the Dolphins will get their first taste of Camp Cam Cameron in Davie, Fla.
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The Vikings will hold their training camp in Mankato, Minn., for the 42nd consecutive year. Cornerback Cedric Griffin and the Vikes will look to bounce back from a 6-10 season.
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New England Patriots
Tom Brady isn't in any danger of losing his starting job from this QB upstart -- head coach Bill Belichick -- at Patriots camp at home in Foxboro, Mass.
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New Orleans Saints
Reggie Bush (right) and Deuce McAllister figure to share the load again in 2007. But can one running back separate himself when Saints camp kicks off at Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss.?
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New York Giants
Camp Coughlin isn't as demanding these days as it once was, but you can bet the Giants head coach will still turn up the heat in Albany, N.Y.
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New York Jets
All eyes will be on the quarterbacks again when the Jets open training camp on the campus of Hofstra University in Uniondale, N.Y.
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Forget the 2-14 season. Napa Valley, Calif., better get ready for Warren Sapp and his famous mouth. Raiders camp hits town beginning July 27.
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Bethlehem, Pa., is one of the most popular training camp sites in the NFL. Head coach Andy Reid will expect second-year lineman Winston Justice and the rest of the Eagles to be on the ball.
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Can Big Ben bounce back after a dismal 2006 season? Roethlisberger will be the main focus at Steelers camp at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa.
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St. Louis Rams
Steven Jackson was fifth in the NFL in rushing (1,528 yards) last season. Many expects predict even bigger things for Jackson in 2007. Rams camp opens in St. Louis on July 27.
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San Diego Chargers
Marty Schottenheimer is out, Norv Turner is in. That's the biggest change for the Chargers, who look to erase the memory of their playoff meltdown behind them when camp gets under way at home in sunny San Diego.
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San Francisco 49ers
Manny Lawson and the 49ers hope to build off the momentum of two December road victories when the shoulder pads start popping at their training camp in Santa Clara, Calif.
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Head coach Mike Holmgren is already in full training-camp mode in Kirkland, Wash. Coming off a disappointing '06, the intensely driven, highly creative coach has installed a series of new formations and offensive sets for tight end Itual Mili and the Seahawks.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers
With Jon Gruden now on the hot seat five years after Tampa Bay's Super Bowl triumph, expect the Buccaneers to be extra physical when camp gets under way at Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
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Linebacker Keith Bulluck and the Titans defense will have to deal with the absence of Pacman Jones in 2007. Who will step up to fill the void at Titans camp in Nashville, Tenn.?
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The Redskins, who will train again at Redskins Park in Ashburn, Va., will need more production from Antwaan Randle El (left) in '07 to take the pressure off of Santana Moss.
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