5 Players in the NFC South Who Play Esports

Cam Newton

Carolina's Newton isn’t just a star on the field; he’s also put the challenge out there for his fans to see him in the virtual arena.

In the old video for Gatorade below he says “don’t try me with the sticks, 'cause these thumbs right here, you don’t want to see it, you don’t

Cam Newton

Carolina’s Newton isn’t just a star on the field; he’s also put the challenge out there for his fans to see him in the virtual arena.

In the old video for Gatorade below he says “don’t try me with the sticks, ’cause these thumbs right here, you don’t want to see it, you don’t want no problems. Whether you’re 13, 12, 21 years old, I’m gonna find you on Xbox Live and destroy you. I have a PlayStation too, I have a GameCube, and I even have an Atari. If it has online gaming, I will find you.”

Newton isn’t messing around with the challenge. He also wasn’t messing around when he sold his likeness to Hugo Games so they could build a mobile game based off his signature dab. When the company decided not to pursue the game, Cam came calling for the remaining $800,000 they owed him. In 2018, the two parties agreed upon terms for a settlement according to Cam’s lawyer, as reported by the Jasmine Brand.

Mike Evans

Evans has the second largest contract of any NFL wide receiver at $16.5 million per year. The deal is for five years, $82.5 million with $55 million guaranteed. But what was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ superstar wideout doing when he received news of his latest contract?

Playing Fortnite of course.

“I was on the phone with my agent and he called me and it’s one of those games that you can’t pause. If you play with teammates, you can’t let them down. If somebody gets knocked down you got to revive them,” Evans told Buccaneers.com. “I just muted the TV and I was on the phone with my agents and we were talking about the deal and it was great. I lost that game, but that was awesome news.”

Like most other 24-year-olds, Evans got caught up in the Fortnite craze. He hasn’t had as much time to practice his skills though. “I’ve played so many, and I win one in every 50 … that shit is hard.” If he’s playing solos, that’s actually pretty good. If he’s squadding up with Bucs teammates, they might need to work on their game. Still, they have better things to focus on.

Drew Brees

The New Orleans Saints star quarterback once won the Madden Bowl, but told the Hollywood Reporter that he has been playing football video games ever since Bo Jackson dominated Tecmo Bowl in the 90s.

Madden has come a long way since Brees did that interview in 2013. It was one of the first esports to be pushed into the mainstream by ESPN, but initiatives like the Madden Bowl and Madden Nation ultimately faltered. Now there is a new push for Madden as an esport through the Madden Club Championship.

He also helped distribute the educational game “Financial Football” throughout New Orleans schools. Aimed at increasing financial literacy in kids, the game uses a football field with each question advancing the ball towards the end zone.

“You’re just adding this competitive element to it where you’re having to answer these questions in order to move the ball down the field in order to score touchdowns, and it’s just a great way to learn,” Brees told the Hollywood Reporter.

Christian McCaffrey

Like his QB Newton, McCaffrey’s quickness on the field also extends to his thumbs. He’s been playing Call of Duty since he was a kid growing up in Colorado with his three bothers. Like many people, he first fell in love with the game during the Modern Warfare era, according to an interview he did with Uproxx.

While at Stanford, McCaffrey claims he reached the seventh prestige in Modern Warfare 2. For people unfamiliar with the series, that’s a lot of Call of Duty. Recently he was a beta tester in the latest World War II installment of the franchise.

Since joining the Carolina Panthers in 2017, he has used gaming to help connect with sick kids. Last Halloween, he went to the hospital to play Call of Duty while dressed as Captain America.

Mark Ingram

For Ingram, being on the cover of NCAA 12 wasn’t just an honor, it was a title he had to defend.

“How am I going to be on the cover and have somebody whoop me? It’s a matter of pride,” Ingram told ESPN’s Jon Robinson in 2011. “I wanted to win last year, but this year, I have to win. There’s no way I’m going to be on the cover of a game and lose.”

He backed up his words, beating every other college player in NCAA Football 12 at the EA Sports Draft Night Premiere Party. Ingram has come a long way from his days at Alabama to now being half of the most dynamic backfield in the NFL alongside Alvin Kamara.

He shares similar gaming habits with many other players, preferring football games and shooters like Call of Duty, which he plays with Saints teammate, star defensive end Cameron Jordan.

On The Ringer’s Achievement Oriented podcast, he compared gaming to being a football player. “All your fingers and your thoughts have to be moving together. Even on the [football] field you always have to be aware. If you hesitate for a second, you’ll probably get knocked out.”

This is the final NFC division piece of this eight-part series before the AFC series begins next week. If you are interested in reading the rest of the NFL’s interest in esports, here are the NFC West, NFC North and NFC South installments.

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2019 NFL Draft Preview – WRs

The 2019 receiving class is a mix of size, length and speed, yet most (but not all) are plagued by issues, whether it's inconsistent quarterback play or injury. Despite those drawbacks, all have remained productive. My (very fictional) crystal ball tells me that at the end of the 2018 collegiate season we'll be more excited

The 2019 receiving class is a mix of size, length and speed, yet most (but not all) are plagued by issues, whether it’s inconsistent quarterback play or injury. Despite those drawbacks, all have remained productive. My (very fictional) crystal ball tells me that at the end of the 2018 collegiate season we’ll be more excited about this year’s crop than last years.

1. A.J. Brown, Ole Miss (6’1″ 225lbs.)
• Though catching passes from multiple quarterbacks in 2017, Brown remained highly productive. Despite lacking in top-end speed, Brown possesses dangerous ability after the catch, running with reckless abandon. His pro comparison is a rich man’s 2010-2011 Hakeem Nicks.

2. N’Keal Henry, Arizona State (6’4″ 216lbs.)
• Long, big-bodied volume catcher with a wide catch radius, Henry does quite well in most 50-50 situations, imposing size on smaller defenders. A former blue-chip recruit, Henry has acrobatic athleticism and makes play-saving adjustments on film. The question he will have to answer is can he separate against speed consistently in 2018?

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3. Deebo Samuel, South Carolina (6’0″ 210lbs.)
• Your quintessential Swiss Army knife. Before suffering a broken leg injury that ended his season in SC’s third game, Deebo accumulated four offensive touchdowns (three receiving, one rushing) and returned both of his two kick return attempts for scores. He could be a special playmaker, but needs to stay healthy.

4. David Sills V, West Virginia (6’4 203lbs.)
• A former quarterback prodigy who committed to USC at the tender age of 13, Sills ultimately wound up in Morgantown and, after a transition year in JUCO, he went on to lead the NCAA in receiving touchdowns (18, tied with Anthony Miller). Though quite raw, if Sills continues to develop and proves he can run a greater variety of routes he will shine at the pro level. He’s already a lethal red zone threat.

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5. Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska (6’1″ 195lbs.)
• The focal point of Nebraska’s passing offense in 2017, Morgan’s blend of physicality and inside-outside versatility will assure him of even more responsibility this season. Due for a production bump in Scott Frost’s newly implemented offense, Morgan could become a household name.

Honorable Mention: Marquise Brown, Oklahoma (5’11” 162lbs.)
• This underclassman is one of college football’s fastest offensive players. While size and bulk are concerning, the success of diminutive profiles like Tyreek Hill and Antonio Brown have broken barriers for receivers like Marquise Brown. Lincoln Riley’s offense should give him a good place to showcase his skills.

This is our way-too-early position by position look at the 2019 NFL draft. The previous parts in the series were Quarterbacks and Offensive Tackles.

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NFL notebook: Hall of Famer Kelly out of hospital

NFL notebook: Hall of Famer Kelly out of hospital

Hall of Fame quarterback and Buffalo Bills icon Jim Kelly was released from the hospital a day after undergoing a scheduled follow-up procedure Thursday in New York City in his ongoing recovery from oral cancer surgery in March.

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NFL notebook: Hall of Famer Kelly out of hospital

Hall of Fame quarterback and Buffalo Bills icon Jim Kelly was released from the hospital a day after undergoing a scheduled follow-up procedure Thursday in New York City in his ongoing recovery from oral cancer surgery in March.

Head and neck surgeon Mark Urken at Mount Sinai West said in a statement Friday that the procedure went well. The operation intended to help rebuild the upper portion of Kelly’s jaw ahead of a scheduled procedure in September, when he is set to have permanent dentures added.

Kelly’s wife, Jill, posted on Instagram after Thursday’s procedure, saying her husband was “still in a lot of pain, but everything went well. Thank GOD! No teeth yet, but 5 implants were inserted into the new bone in Jim’s upper jaw.”

Kelly was originally diagnosed with oral cancer in 2013. He has undergone multiple treatments and surgeries in the years since, with the cancer recurring twice, most recently in March. He underwent surgery March 28 — a procedure that lasted 12 hours in which Kelly’s upper jaw was entirely reconstructed. He has not been able to eat solid food since.

–The San Francisco 49ers announced that they signed guard Laken Tomlinson to a three-year extension through the 2021 season.

The deal is worth up to $18 million with $10 million guaranteed, according to the NFL Network. Last month, the 49ers declined Tomlinson’s fifth-year option worth $9.625 million as the two sides continued toward reaching a deal.

Tomlinson, 26, started 15 games for the 49ers last season after being acquired 10 months ago from the Detroit Lions. He was the 28th overall selection by the Lions in the 2015 draft and started 24 of 32 games played before being traded to San Francisco.

–Gene Steratore has retired as an NFL referee and informed the league of his decision, according to senior vice president of officiating Al Riveron.

Steratore spent 12 years as an NFL referee — 15 overall in the league — and his final game was Super Bowl LII between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots. Riveron announced Steratore’s decision on his Twitter account.

The 55-year-old Steratore is the fourth NFL referee to retire this season. Ed Hochuli, Jeff Triplette and Terry McAulay are the others.

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Super Bowl LII referee Steratore retires

Super Bowl LII referee Steratore retires

Gene Steratore has retired as an NFL referee and informed the league of his decision on Friday, according to senior vice president of officiating Al Riveron.

Steratore spent 12 years as an NFL referee -- 15 overall in the league -- and his final

Super Bowl LII referee Steratore retires

Gene Steratore has retired as an NFL referee and informed the league of his decision on Friday, according to senior vice president of officiating Al Riveron.

Steratore spent 12 years as an NFL referee — 15 overall in the league — and his final game was Super Bowl LII between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots.

Riveron announced Steratore’s decision on his Twitter account.

“Gene Steratore, 15-year veteran official, informed me today that he is retiring from the @NFL. Steratore entered the league in 2003, was promoted to referee in 2006, & worked 12 playoff games, ending his career at Super Bowl LII. We wish Gene all the best!”

The 55-year-old Steratore is the fourth NFL referee to retire this season. Ed Hochuli, Jeff Triplette and Terry McAulay are the others.

Steratore was involved in a controversial situation last season due to using an index card to measure whether or not the Dallas Cowboys converted a first down in a game against the Oakland Raiders. The NFL later said he didn’t violate any rules but advised referees not to use such cards in the future.

He was also the referee in games in which there were controversies over whether or not Calvin Johnson (2010 Detroit Lions) or Dez Bryant (2014 playoffs for the Dallas Cowboys) caught passes. Both were ruled incomplete — decisions that helped lead to the recent catch rule changes.

Steratore also serves as an NCAA basketball referee. It wasn’t immediately known if he is continuing those duties.

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Patriots sign 1st-round draft pick Isaiah Wynn

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — The New England Patriots have signed first-round draft pick OL Isaiah Wynn, an offensive lineman from Georgia.

Wynn, 22, was selected 23rd overall. At 6-foot-2, 302-pounds, he played both guard and tackle during his college career.

New England lost starting left tackle Nate Solder to the Giants as a

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — The New England Patriots have signed first-round draft pick OL Isaiah Wynn, an offensive lineman from Georgia.

Wynn, 22, was selected 23rd overall. At 6-foot-2, 302-pounds, he played both guard and tackle during his college career.

New England lost starting left tackle Nate Solder to the Giants as a free agent, though it’s uncertain where Wynn will play on the line.

His contract, under the rookie wage scale, should be worth about $11.4 million over four years, and the Patriots will have a fifth-year option on Wynn.

The team has signed all of its draft selections except second-round running back Sony Michel, also of Georgia.

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Raiders sign undrafted free agent fullback Ryan Yurachek

ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — Undrafted free agent fullback Ryan Yurachek has signed with the Oakland Raiders.

The team announced his addition Friday, and Yurachek is likely to enter training camp as a backup on the depth chart.

Keith Smith is the projected starting fullback for coach Jon Gruden's team. Smith, who joins fullback

ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — Undrafted free agent fullback Ryan Yurachek has signed with the Oakland Raiders.

The team announced his addition Friday, and Yurachek is likely to enter training camp as a backup on the depth chart.

Keith Smith is the projected starting fullback for coach Jon Gruden’s team. Smith, who joins fullback Jamize Olawale on the roster and is a converted linebacker, played only sparingly on offense with the Cowboys, but was an important part of the special teams under coordinator Rich Bisaccia, who now holds the same job with the Raiders.

Last month, Yurachek signed with the Saints as an undrafted free agent out of Marshall, but was released last week.

Also Friday, Oakland waived fullback Henry Poggi. He had signed in May.

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Hall of Fame QB Kelly out of hospital after oral procedure

Hall of Fame QB Kelly out of hospital after oral procedure

Hall of Fame quarterback and Buffalo Bills icon Jim Kelly was released from the hospital a day after undergoing a scheduled follow-up procedure Thursday in New York City in his ongoing recovery from oral cancer surgery in March.

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Hall of Fame QB Kelly out of hospital after oral procedure

Hall of Fame quarterback and Buffalo Bills icon Jim Kelly was released from the hospital a day after undergoing a scheduled follow-up procedure Thursday in New York City in his ongoing recovery from oral cancer surgery in March.

Head and neck surgeon Mark Urken at Mount Sinai West said in a statement Friday that the procedure went well, in a statement released by the hospital on Friday. The procedure intended to help rebuild the upper portion of his jaw ahead of a scheduled procedure in September when he is scheduled to have permanent dentures added.

Kelly’s wife, Jill, posted on Intagram after Thursday’s procedure, saying:

“Never stop holding hands. In sickness and in health. Out of surgery and in recovery. Still in a lot of pain, but everything went well. Thank GOD! No teeth yet, but 5 implants were inserted into the new bone in Jim’s upper jaw. More technical than I can explain… What matters most is what’s happening in this picture. Never take it for granted! Glory to God!”

Kelly was originally diagnosed with oral cancer in 2013. He has undergone multiple treatments and surgeries in the years since, with the cancer recurring twice, most recently in March. He underwent surgery March 28 — a procedure that lasted 12 hours in which Kelly’s upper jaw was entirely reconstructed. He has not been able to eat solid food since.

Kelly is scheduled to be recognized at the ESPY Awards but is uncertain whether he can attend the ceremony.

“As people out there know, when you have cancer, you never know what tomorrow holds,” he said earlier this month. “When I was diagnosed for the first time, it scared you. The second time, even more and going into the third time, I don’t even worry anymore. It is what it is.”

Since 2007, the V Foundation has presented the award to “a deserving member of the sporting world who has overcome great obstacles through perseverance and determination.”

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HOF Jim Kelly out of the hospital after latest oral surgery

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly has been released from a New York City hospital a day after having surgery to prepare for permanent dentures to be inserted into his reconstructed upper jaw.

Mount Sinai West head and neck surgeon Mark Urken said the procedure went well,

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly has been released from a New York City hospital a day after having surgery to prepare for permanent dentures to be inserted into his reconstructed upper jaw.

Mount Sinai West head and neck surgeon Mark Urken said the procedure went well, in a statement released by the hospital on Friday.

Kelly’s wife, Jill, says her husband is experiencing some swelling and adds: “Everything is moving forward as planned.”

The procedure involved doctors adding tissue into the upper portion of his mouth. Kelly is scheduled to have permanent dentures inserted during a follow-up procedure in September.

Kelly has been unable to eat solid foods since March, when he had surgery to have cancer removed from his jaw after tests revealed a recurrence. The 58-year-old Kelly was initially diagnosed five years ago with oral cancer, and had been cancer free since September 2014.

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49ers sign G Tomlinson to three-year extension

49ers sign G Tomlinson to three-year extension

The San Francisco 49ers announced Friday that they signed guard Laken Tomlinson to a three-year extension through the 2021 season.

The deal is worth up to $18 million with $10 million guaranteed, according to the NFL Network.

Tomlinson, 26, started

49ers sign G Tomlinson to three-year extension

The San Francisco 49ers announced Friday that they signed guard Laken Tomlinson to a three-year extension through the 2021 season.

The deal is worth up to $18 million with $10 million guaranteed, according to the NFL Network.

Tomlinson, 26, started 15 games for the 49ers last season after being acquired 10 months ago from the Detroit Lions.

“Laken is a very talented player who has improved consistently since joining the team one week before last year’s season opener,” 49ers general manager John Lynch said in a statement. “This offseason, his hard work and dedication paid off as he continued to progress and performed at a high level. We were confident we could work out a contract extension with Laken and we are fired up to get that done before training camp.”

Last month, the 49ers declined Tomlinson’s fifth-year option worth $9.625 million as the two sides continued toward reaching a deal.

Tomlinson was the 28th overall selection by the Lions in the 2015 draft and started 24 of 32 games played before being traded to San Francisco.

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49ers signed OL Tomlinson to 3-year extension

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — The San Francisco 49ers have signed offensive lineman Laken Tomlinson to a three-year contract extension through the 2021 season.

The 6-foot-3, 315-pound Tomlinson started 15 games for the 49ers at left guard last season.

He was acquired from the Lions last summer. Detroit made Tomlinson the 28th overall

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — The San Francisco 49ers have signed offensive lineman Laken Tomlinson to a three-year contract extension through the 2021 season.

The 6-foot-3, 315-pound Tomlinson started 15 games for the 49ers at left guard last season.

He was acquired from the Lions last summer. Detroit made Tomlinson the 28th overall selection in the 2015 draft. In all, he has appeared in 47 NFL games.

“Laken is a very talented player who has improved consistently since joining the team one week before last year’s season opener,” 49ers general manager John Lynch said. “This offseason, his hard work and dedication paid off as he continued to progress and performed at a high level. We were confident we could work out a contract extension with Laken and we are fired up to get that done before training camp.”

The 26-year-old Tomlinson was a 2014 All-America lineman at Duke.

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Report: Bucs QB Winston faces 3-game suspension

Report: Bucs QB Winston faces 3-game suspension

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston reportedly will be suspended for a violation of the NFL's personal-conduct policy at the conclusion of an ongoing league investigation into an alleged incident with an Uber driver in 2016.

ESPN's Adam Schefter cited league sources saying

Report: Bucs QB Winston faces 3-game suspension

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston reportedly will be suspended for a violation of the NFL’s personal-conduct policy at the conclusion of an ongoing league investigation into an alleged incident with an Uber driver in 2016.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter cited league sources saying Winston would be banned for the first three games of the 2018 season. Such a punishment would cost the quarterback $124,000 of his $705,000 base salary, per Schefter. Next year, Winston is due for a raise to $20.9 million.

ESPN Tallahassee radio host Jeff Cameron first reported “Winston’s camp” anticipates a suspension to arise from the league’s probe of the alleged incident from March 2016 with an Uber driver in Arizona.

Part of the reason for the punishment, per the report, is Winston failed to report the allegation to the NFL as required by the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Also per the CBA, Winston has the right to appeal any punishment.

In March, the Buccaneers re-signed quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who started three games and went 2-1 last season. Fitzpatrick was in the lineup after Winston injured his shoulder at New Orleans.

Fitzpatrick finished with seven touchdowns and three interceptions in 2017.

Tampa Bay opens the season against the Saints in New Orleans before hosting the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles and then facing the Pittsburgh Steelers at Raymond James Stadium.

Last year, Winston completed 63.8 percent for 3,504 yards with 19 touchdown passes and 11 interceptions. The No. 1 overall draft pick in 2015 out of Florida State, Winston has an 18-27 record as a starter in his three NFL seasons.

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NFL Training Camp Dates

Rookie and veteran reporting dates
American Football Conference

BALTIMORE RAVENS — Under Armour Performance Center, Owings Mills, Md. (rookies: July 11; veterans: July 18)

BUFFALO BILLS — St. John Fisher College, Pittsford, N.Y. (both July 25)

CINCINNATI BENGALS — Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati (July 23; July 25)

Rookie and veteran reporting dates
American Football Conference

BALTIMORE RAVENS — Under Armour Performance Center, Owings Mills, Md. (rookies: July 11; veterans: July 18)

BUFFALO BILLS — St. John Fisher College, Pittsford, N.Y. (both July 25)

CINCINNATI BENGALS — Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati (July 23; July 25)

CLEVELAND BROWNS — Browns Training Complex, Berea, Ohio (both July 25)

DENVER BRONCOS — UCHealth Training Center, Englewood, Colo. (July 24; July 27)

HOUSTON TEXANS — The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. (both July 25)

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center (July 22; July 25)

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS — Florida Blue Health & Wellness Practice Fields, Jacksonville, Fla. (July 18; July 25)

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS — Missouri Western State, St. Joseph, Mo. (July 22, July 25)

LOS ANGELES CHARGERS — Jack Hammett Sports Complex, Costa Mesa, Calif. (both July 27)

MIAMI DOLPHINS — Baptist Health Training Facility, Davie, Fla. (July 18; July 25)

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS — Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. (July 22, July 25)

NEW YORK JETS — Atlantic Health Jets Training Center, Florham Park, N.J. (July 24; July 26)

OAKLAND RAIDERS — Napa Valley Marriott, Napa, Calif. (July 23; July 26)

PITTSBURGH STEELERS — Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, Pa. (July 24; July 25)

TENNESSEE TITANS — St. Thomas Sports Park, Nashville, Tenn. (July 22; July 25)

National Football Conference

ARIZONA CARDINALS — University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz. (July 22; July 27)

ATLANTA FALCONS — Falcons Training Facility, Flowery Branch, Ga. (July 23; July 26)

CAROLINA PANTHERS — Wofford College, Spartanburg, S.C. (both July 25)

CHICAGO BEARS — Olivet Nazarene, Bourbonnais, Ill. (July 16; July 19)

DALLAS COWBOYS — Marriott Residence Inn, Oxnard, Calif. (both July 25)

DETROIT LIONS — Lions Training Facility, Allen Park, Mich. (July 19, July 26)

GREEN BAY PACKERS — St. Norbert College, De Pere, Wis. (both July 25)

LOS ANGELES RAMS — UC Irvine, Irvine, Calif. (July 23, July 25)

MINNESOTA VIKINGS — Minnesota State University, Mankato, Minn. (July 24; July 27)

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS — New Orleans Saints Training Facility, Metairie, La. (July 18, July 25)

NEW YORK GIANTS — Quest Diagnostics Training Center, East Rutherford, N.J. (July 22; July 25)

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES — NovaCare Complex, Philadelphia (both July 25)

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS — SAP Performance Facility, Santa Clara, Calif. (both July 25)

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS — Virginia Mason Athletic Center, Renton, Wash. (both July 25)

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS — One Buccaneer Place, Tampa, Fla. (July 23, July 25)

WASHINGTON REDSKINS — Bon Secours Training Center, Richmond, Va. (both July 25)

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