NFL Huddle: First training camp injury, best and worst divisions and more

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-US PRESSWIRE

Training camps are beginning to start around the NFL as we take a look at the best and worst divisions over the last 10 years and lots more from SB Nation's NFL blogs on Monday.

Training camp is here! At least for the Cowboys, who got things rolling over the weekend. Training camp also means injuries. And in Dallas the bad news begins with Tyrone Crawford, who suffered a serious injury.

As Cincy Jungle points out, this was the final football-free weekend of the year.

Michael Vick, Nick Foles and the Eagles quarterbacks will arrive at Eagles training camp on Monday. Bleeding Green Nation takes you through all the details.

Field Gulls looks at the best and worst divisions since 2002. The best in that time? 2007 AFC South.

Will the Ravens carry just two quarterbacks? Baltimore Beatdown predicts the 53-man roster.

Via Pride Of Detroit, the Lions had this ad in the paper:

Giants safety Will Hill served a four-game suspension last season. He'll do the same this season.

The Bucs and 49ers completed a trade for cornerback Eric Wright over the weekend, leaving some to wonder if others 49ers cornerbacks, such as Nnamdi Asomugha, could be in trouble. Bolts From The Blue writes that the Chargers, who could certainly use corner help, should be keeping an eye on those 49ers cornerbacks.

Bucs Nation writes about the myths of the Eric Wright trade.

Browns CEO Joe Banner opens up on a number of topics. Dawgs By Nature reacts to the interview. It's training camp week, with almost every NFL team starting training camp sometime this week. That means rookie draft picks need to be signed. The Raiders have three unsigned draft picks remaining, according to Silver and Black Pride.

Jay Cutler has a lot at stake for the Bears this season. Contract talks are on hold so a lot is riding on his performance, writes Windy City Gridiron.

Chance Warmack is among a number of first-round picks still unsigned. What's the deal? Along with everyone else, it's the offset language.

Hogs Haven has made five surprise predictions on Redskins training camp, including the release of a notable player on defense.


Falcons cornerback Desmond Trufant was picked in the same slot this year that Brandon Weeden was last year. And Weeden received some nice guarantees on his deal. Can Trufant get a similar deal?

The problem with covering the Broncos: "Something tells me Manning and the offense are going to be operating too quickly for me to take the types of notes I'm used to. By the time I get done writing the players involved and the route and who made the tackle and other details of the previous play, Manning will be finishing his audible for the next play."

Former running back turned cornerback, Justin Green, has signed with the Patriots.

Who have the best and worst contracts on the Vikings? AP is not one of them, but an offensive lineman is.

If you were a Texans fans and could attend only one road game this season, which one would it be? The overwhelming pick in this poll is San Francisco.

Santonio Holmes has been hurt. What happens if he's not ready to go during training camp? Gang Green Nation explores the Jets depth chart.

Who are the Bills five best position skill players? Buffalo Rumblings: "It's fairly clear that C.J. Spiller, Fred Jackson, Stevie Johnson and Scott Chandler are the four most established skill players on the roster. My No. 5 is Robert Woods, the rookie receiver that should start and perform admirably from day one."

"Head coaches that get their first full-time gig after age 60 don't do so well," Revenge Of The Birds writes of Cardinals coach Bruce Arians.

Behind The Steel Curtain on tight end Heath Miller, who has been hurt: "It's painful to see. Maybe only just a little more painful than the likely news expected to be delivered by the end of this week: Miller will start training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list."

49ers fans are sharing their best Candlestick Park memories at Niners Nation. Great comments in that thread.

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