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The Jets will be on the field at 1:50 p.m. for their first practice. By rule, they're not allowed to practice in pads for the first two days, so it's basically a glorified minicamp. It's closed to the public. Todd Bowles will address the media afterward, and he can expect many questions about the quarterback competition. Josh McCown said he's not sure how the reps will be divided, but he suspects it will be similar to OTAs and minicamp. That would mean first-team reps for all three. We'll see.

Rich Cimini, ESPN Staff Writer

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Smith says Donald deserves extension.

Michael Smith supports Aaron Donald's decision to not show up to camp.

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Bill Belichick gets testy.

The Patriots coach gets frustrated by the media's questions about what he has seen from players in camp after only one day.

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Why would Roethlisberger retire after season?

Tony Kornheiser and Dan Le Batard trade theories about how serious Ben Roethlisberger is about retiring.

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OBJ has big money on his mind.

Beckham shares his ambitions of becoming the highest-paid NFL player. For the full episode, visit uninterrupted.com.

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Overheard at camp: As the team circled around coach Ron Rivera to begin the first practice in pads, Rivera called on defensive end Julius Peppers and tight end Greg Olsen to get the hitting off in the Oklahoma drill. Olsen found a way out of facing the 6-foot-7, 295-pound Peppers, saying his helmet snaps weren't working. That got more than a few chuckles. During warmups, safety Kurt Coleman walked to the sideline and asked a young member of the public relations staff if he knew who John Lennon was. He didn't. Said Coleman, "Got to know your culture.''

David Newton, ESPN Staff Writer

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Russillo does not see Kaepernick in Baltimore.

Ryen Russillo says Colin Kaepernick is looking for a very specific situation where he can start, and the Ravens do not fit that mold.

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Rookies break down their Madden ratings.

Rookies from around the NFL give their best guesses of what their Madden ratings will be and then react to what they actually are.

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Top QBs since 1978

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  • The GOAT Index: NFL coaches, execs rank best QBs since 1978

    An All-Star panel of 10 NFL coaches and executives -- with 330 seasons of NFL experience and 20 Super Bowl rings between them -- set out to answer a simple question: Who are the 10 best quarterbacks since 1978?