Undrafted rookie TE Matt Furstenberg is off to a good start with the Ravens.
The Steelers will wear Legendary Entertainment patches on their practice jerseys, and for good reason; CEO Thomas Tull is a minority owner of the team. (It’s a good thing the Steelers never wore Pilot Flying J patches.)
The Jaguars are holding auditions for a new P.A. announcer.
Titans coach Mike Munchak wants the offensive line to take over games.
Pads will be popping for the first time under new Chargers coach Mike McCoy, and WR Malcom Floyd admits to being a little nervous about it. (Oft-injured RB Ryan Mathews is perhaps the one who should be anxious.)
The Chiefs practiced in front of more than 3,800 fans on Friday.
Raiders coach Dennis Allen hopes for balance in camp, with the defense and the offense each making “a few plays.” (Or, given the Raiders’ performance in recent years, making any plays.)
Redskins WR Pierre Garςon isn’t backing away from his comments that the team’s offense would be the best ever.
Another day, another injury to a member of the Cowboys’ defensive line.
Giants QB Eli Manning starts training camp “energized and with something to prove.” (Will any quarterback ever say at the start of a season, “I’m tired and old and I don’t really feel the need to prove anything”?)
The Bears opened camp Friday under coach Marc Trestman with a fast-paced practice.
The first fan in line for Saints practice on Friday got to watch the session with owner Tom Benson.
The Falcons want versatility in their secondary, with players able to line up in multiple places.
The Buccaneers will practice under the lights in pads on Saturday at Raymond James Stadium.
Cardinals DE Calais Campbell thinks that holding training camp at the team’s stadium will help the players be ready for game days. (They’ll be even more prepared for game days if they find a way to lose during practice.)
Rams CB Cortland Finnegan ambushed teammates and media member with pies to the face on Friday. (Texans WR Andre Johnson has a couple of pies for Finnegan; a left jab called “apple” and a right hook named “cherry.”)