All 32 NFL teams are on the field Saturday and we are covering it live. Tom Brady and Tampa Bay start their quest to win back-to-back titles.
During 2001 training camp, Vikings lineman Korey Stringer died at age 27 from exertional heatstroke. In the aftermath, new protocols and a psychological pivot changed football.
Colts QB Carson Wentz, who suffered a foot injury during Thursday’s practice, is out indefinitely after undergoing additional tests and meeting with a specialist, sources told ESPN.
Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has officially shed the trademark sleeve he has worn on his left knee since suffering a torn ACL in 2008.
Newly acquired Houston Texans quarterback Tyrod Taylor said Deshaun Watson’s presence at training camp has not been a distraction.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is not worried the right latissimus strain that has kept him off the practice field the last two days is anything that will linger into the regular season.
New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton on rookie Mac Jones: He’s “cool like the other side of the pillow.”
Practices heated up Friday as teams took another step closer to live contact. Check out the notable news and insights from around NFL camps.
The Green Bay Packers have put Aaron Rodgers on pitch count to ‘avoid wear and tear’ on the franchise quarterback’s arm, says head coach Matt LaFleur.
The Vikings Pro Bowler and Florida State record holder is now a college graduate.