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Happy camper? Rodgers joins Packers on 1st day
Aaron Rodgers is at Packers training camp after a stalemate between the franchise quarterback and the team that lasted the entire offseason.[read more]

Arians balks over wristband-wearing criticism
Bucs coach Bruce Arians took issue with any suggestion he was doing anything wrong by not requiring players to wear vaccine-identifying wristbands in outdoor practice.[read more]

Adams reports to Seahawks amid negotiations
Jamal Adams, who set an NFL record for sacks by a defensive back last season with 9.5, reported to Seahawks camp as negotiations on a contract extension continue.[read more]

Rivera 'beyond frustrated' by WFT's low vax rate
Washington coach Ron Rivera said that while his team is more than 50% vaccinated, "We're not where we want to be."[read more]

'Proud' Raiders vaccinated with a few exceptions
After a 2020 season full of fines and protocol violations, the Las Vegas Raiders reported to training camp on Tuesday mostly vaccinated, coach Jon Gruden said, "with the exception of four or five" players."[read more]

Dolphins' Howard wants trade: 'Don't feel valued'
Dolphins Pro Bowl cornerback Xavien Howard said in a statement Tuesday night that he has requested a trade amid frustrations over his contract and the team's approach to it.[read more]

NFL: No restrictions on Watson at Texans camp
Deshaun Watson has no restrictions on his activities at the Texans' training camp despite the 22 active lawsuits against him, said the NFL; its investigation into the quarterback is ongoing.[read more]

Source: WR Cobb expects trade back to Packers
Wide receiver Randall Cobb expects to be traded by the Texans to the Packers, where he will reunite with quarterback Aaron Rodgers, a source told ESPN.[read more]

What now for Deshaun Watson? Why the Texans changed their stance, potential trade fits, more
Watson reported to the Texans' facility, but his standoff with the team continues. Here's a look at where things stand in Houston.[read more]

Dalton focused on Bears' offense, not Fields hype
Bears veteran quarterback Andy Dalton will try to ignore the attention Fields is expected to receive.[read more]