Sure, the Green Bay Packers signed WR Jordy Nelson to a four-year, $39 million contract on Saturday, but since NFL deals are not fully guaranteed, the actual meaning of the contract requires all of the details.
When Cleveland Browns training camp got underway, the presumption was that Brian Hoyer was in the driver's seat to start over Johnny Manziel at quarterback. Has anything changed early on in camp? Not based on the early statistical returns from the rook.

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Things had been moving in the right direction for David Wilson, whose career was in jeopardy after suffering a serious neck injury last year. However, after sustaining a stinger on Tuesday, it appears his career once again is at risk.

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Late in September, Dwight Freeney tore his quadriceps. He's 34 years old now, so it's no surprise that he said this week that he still has "a lot of rust I'm trying to get off."

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There has been plenty of speculation about what options may be on the table when it comes to Josh Gordon's impending one-year suspension, if his people present a moving case on his behalf during Friday's appeal hearing. The hope has been that the league may cut it down to half or a quarter of the upcoming season, but is that even an option?

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The Pittsburgh Steelers, under offensive coordinator Todd Haley, leaned more on no-huddle sets as last season progressed. The offseason buzz has been that Haley plans to stick with that plan in 2014. What sort of statistical upside does that portend for QB Ben Roethlisberger?

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It's been nearly a year since Joe Morgan tore the meniscus and partially tore the ACL in his left knee. He was limited during offseason workouts, but is he back to full strength now that training camp is underway?

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Because the New England Patriots refuse to divulge any relevant injury information -- especially during the offseason when injury reports are not required -- any snippet of information regarding one of their injured players is gold.

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The Dallas Cowboys RB depth chart is topped by DeMarco Murray and Lance Dunbar, which leaves Joseph Randle and Ryan Williams battling it out for what likely will be one roster spot.

"[Randle] must play well in the preseason to fend off Ryan Williams because the Cowboys probably aren't keeping four running backs," noted ESPN Cowboys reporter Jean-Jacques Taylor.

Does Randle or Williams have an edge in the competition?

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RB Chris Johnson has totaled double-digit touchdowns in four of his six NFL campaigns, though during the 2011 and 2012 campaigns, he combined for only 10 scores.

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The San Francisco 49ers have coach Jim Harbaugh under contract through the 2015 campaign, and the two parties haven't gotten anywhere to date in extension talks.

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A couple of weeks ago, I examined the potential upside of Cincinnati Bengals wide receivers Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones. Sanu's role, in particular, is expected to expand this season. And with Jones in the infirmary, Sanu has made the most of the extra work early on in training camp.

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Veteran WR Mario Manningham tore his ACL and PCL in 2012 and ended the 2013 campaign with the San Francisco 49ers on injured reserve. Although he underwent another procedure on his knee in January, the New York Giants inked him to a contract in March.

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The Indianapolis Colts had plans to use 2-TE sets early and often last year, but those plans were largely scrapped after TE Dwayne Allen was felled in the season opener with a hip injury. He missed the remainder of the season but is healthy and ready to roll now.

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During his last campaign with Oregon St., Brandin Cooks pulled in 128 passes for 1,730 yards. He followed that up with a 4.33 40 at the combine. Pair those numbers up with a role in the highly potent New Orleans Saints offense, and it's hard to not drool over his long-term potential.

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