The Bills will put individual game tickets on sale on July 9.
Said Jets G.M. John Idzik of training camp at SUNY Cortland, “The facilities and fields are top notch and the people are very warm and hospitable. The environment provides an excellent setting for training camp as we continue our preparations for the upcoming season.”
Said Browns OLB Barkevious Mingo of training camp, “I am ready. I’m just looking forward to it, being able to come out here, put the pads on for the first time and actually, I guess, measure up to the older guys and see where I am and see what I have to do to get better.”
The Texans plan to play their two rookie linebackers on opposite sides.
Three Jaguars rookies — Denard Robinson (fifth round), Josh Evans (sixth round) and Ace Sanders (fourth round) — remain unsigned, but the team has no doubt that they’ll all get their deals done before training camp.
Tickets are always tough to get in Denver — the Broncos have sold out every game since 1970 — but a few single seats will become available on July 8.
The Chiefs are among the teams giving every season ticket holder a bag that meets league security requirements.
Of the Raiders’ 22 starters in Week One, it’s likely that 14 of them will be new to the team.
Here’s a look at why the Chargers’ secondary should be better this season.
Said Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin of hosting a youth football camp, “My main thing is to have these kids learn from people who have been in their shoes before.”
There are high expectations in Washington, D.C. for the Redskins.
Former Bears running backs coach Tim Spencer believes he missed out on some job opportunities in January because the team didn’t release him from his contract right away.
Packers DT Gilbert Peña has had a tough road to the NFL.
Vikings fans see this year’s team as underrated.
The Falcons expect a strong training camp competition among their rookie safeties.
The Saints aren’t the only ones who have had a bounty scandal — in youth sports, kids are sometimes offered candy to injure opponents.
Said Buccaneers WR Vincent Jackson of working with young people, “We know the NFL does so much with NFL Play 60, getting kids outside, trying to do the whole health movement, so we’re talking to these kids about not only being good people, being good citizens, but making sure they’re eating right, listening to mom and dad, doing their homework, and of course getting outside, exercising and being healthy.”
Rams scout Brian Heimerdinger will attend this weekend’s golf tournament in memory of his father.