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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

With Le'Veon Bell playing under the franchise tag, the Steelers must decide how to spend their $16.175 million in cap space as of July 24, according to NFLPA records. A Bell extension would have provided closer to $20 million in relief, but the team still has enough to extend left tackle Alejandro Villanueva or defensive end Stephon Tuitt or both.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott leading his group through individual drills during the first practice of training camp.

Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett signing the prosthetic leg of this special fan. Cool moment here in Oxnard.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Today's Cardinals training camp round-up: Overheard: It didn't matter what wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald did after practice Monday, the chants of "Lar-ry" echoed throughout University of Phoenix Stadium. At one point, all he did was take off his shoulder pads and the crowd broke up in the chant.

Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

Ezekiel Elliott showing some love for the troops after the Cowboys 1st practice in Oxnard.

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Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Today's Cardinals training camp round-up: Rookie report: Third-round pick Chad Williams had a few impressive catches, leading the way for the rookies on Monday. First-round pick Haason Reddick stood out in coverage against David Johnson. Reddick lined up as a defensive back both out wide and in the slot and didn't allow a pass to be completed against him. Undrafted rookie Trevor Knight struggled at times Monday. He had short, makeable passes bounce a yard short from their intended receiver.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Today's Cardinals training camp round-up: Best play: Early in the session, cornerback Justin Bethel made the best of a large handful of good plays Monday. He was in coverage during a 7-on-7 drill and a pass was bobbled by the receiver and landed on – not in – Bethel's hands. He then bobbled it a few times before securing it and falling out of bounds. Bethel was making plays throughout Monday's practice, mainly in coverage. He knocked a pass away from Larry Fitzgerald and blanketed a handful of other receivers, helping his case to win the starting right cornerback job.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

It's only a walkthrough but Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee brings one speed. He's intense on the first day of training camp.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

From earlier in practice, Ezekiel Elliott working through individual drills.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Construction workers getting a nice view of Cowboys practice. A number of houses are being built in the lot next to the practice fields. Wonder if other teams will send scouts to work on the crew.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Tuesday's workout with Chargers will be Robert Griffin III's first team visit this off-season. Had another visit lined up but cancelled it.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

RGIII scheduled to work out Tuesday for LA Chargers, per league source. Been training in Florida with former Browns asst. Pep Hamilton.

Carlos Nava Columnist, ESPN Deportes 

Los Dallas Cowboys cortaron hace un rato al receptor y regresador de patadas Lucky Whitehead, quien está acusado de robo en una tienda departamental.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals first-round pick Haason Reddick dropped into coverage and defended a pass thrown by QB Carson Palmer. The inside linebacker looked impressive with his versatility.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Lucky Whitehead's agent, David Rich, said his client not in Virginia when shoplifting crime occurred. Mistaken identity. See previous post.

Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

Sources tell ESPN that the Cowboys have cut WR Lucky Whitehead just a few hours after team learned that he had been arrested for shoplifting in June in Virginia and now has a warrant out for his arrest after failing to appear in court on July 6th. Head coach Jason Garrett said just a few hours ago that the team was "Gathering information and will respond accordingly."

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

The Vikings had 38 players on hand for their first day of early work before their full squad reports to training camp on Wednesday. Here's a brief summary of their day: Best play: Cornerback Tre Roberson, a former college quarterback who was in Vikings camp last year, made up for getting beat early in practice with several nice plays, including an interception of Taylor Heinicke on a deep throw to Isaac Fruechte. Rookie report: Third-round pick Pat Elflein worked at center along with the Vikings' rookies and quarterbacks, and struggled a bit during 11-on-11 work, with a pair of errant snaps. Fifth-round pick Rodney Adams juggled a punt and dropped a pass before making a nice catch along the sideline. Sixth-rounder Bucky Hodges had an impressive moment where he turned upfield for a big gain after catching a sideline pass. Overheard: "In a former life, back when I was in Philadelphia, this is what we did. We would have three days with selected veterans, the rookies and the quarterbacks. It got everybody going, plus the rookies got a chance to develop three more days. It certainty is beneficial for the guys that are here." -- Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, on whether several extra days of work can help make up for some of the development time lost in the NFL offseason program through the 2011 CBA.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals QB Carson Palmer just threw three perfect passes during 11 vs. 11 - one each to John Brown, J.J. Nelson and a deep one to Aaron Dobson who got a step on safety Antoine Bethea. Palmer showed off his arm's versatility with a strike to Nelson, a touch pass to Brown and an air-it-out pass to Dobson.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

As the Cowboys get ready for their first training camp practice, not only will they not be in pads they will not work offense against defense. The first day of team drills will come Wednesday, which will also be the first padded practice.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints WR Willie Snead signed his exclusive rights free agent tender Monday (a one-year, $615,000 deal), so he will fully participate in training camp as promised. Snead was hoping for a long-term contract extension after a terrific start to his career as an undrafted rookie in 2014 (who was cut by the Browns and Panthers before landing in New Orleans). But his leverage was limited since he has only two years of service time. He is scheduled to become a restricted free agent next year.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

After the Broncos and John Elway agreed to a five-year contract extension -- through the 2021 season -- Broncos president Joe Ellis said, in a statement, that "John's clearly established himself as one of the best general managers in all of sports. He's demonstrated impressive football instincts, a strong business acumen and a consistent ability to build competitive teams." And in the statement Elway said: "I appreciate the trust and confidence that Joe has shown in me ... This is a special place, and the Broncos are home to me. While there's still a lot of work to be done, I'm excited about the future of this team and this organization."