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20 to Watch as NFL Camps Draw Near

U.S. Presswire

While the opening of training camp is a hopefest for every NFL fan – dreams of Super Bowl titles flowing through their brains (though really, it’s just the delirium caused by dehydration) – there is another side to it.

Opening camp also means that tension rises in real (full-pad practices) and artificial (the manipulation of depth charts) ways. Considering that, there are a number of players, coaches and even some executives who are already facing scrutiny this season.

Here’s a look at 20 individuals, pairs and even a whole group that bear watching as camp opens.

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