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Bill Belichick looked at the defensive backfield talent standing on the sideline at Gillette Stadium on Friday night and wished it were 10 years ago.

The new wide bodies on the Atlanta Falcons' defensive line are difficult to overlook.

Tony Bergstrom already has a place in Oakland Raiders history as the first draft pick of the post-Al Davis era.

Regardless of how quarterback Sam Bradford's knee responds following an ACL tear and subsequent surgery during last season, the St. Louis Rams planned to lean heavily on their running game in 2014.

The San Diego Chargers still have work to do before playing preseason games.

Arizona Cardinals linebacker John Abraham, charged with drunken driving in late June, apologized to his teammates, the organization and fans "for letting them down."

Although Blaine Gabbert may be fairly new in the locker room, he's had plenty of time to familiarize himself with the San Francisco 49ers' playbook.

As the Browns went through the sixth full-squad practice of training camp, their most powerful playmaker's future was on the line at NFL offices in New York.

Titans safety Bernard Pollard has worked the past couple of years to clean the cursing out of his trash-talking.

The Green Bay Packers unveiled a bronze statue outside Lambeau Field that honors one of the team's traditions.

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