NFL Nation reporters take you inside what to expect for each team's training camp, including position battles worth watching, rookies who should start and more.
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While fans wait to see if Tyrod Taylor looks the part of a franchise quarterback and if top cornerback Stephon Gilmore will report at the start of camp, the pressure builds for an organization that hasn't made the postseason in 16 years.
New coach Adam Gase is implementing new offensive and defensive schemes in his first training camp with the Dolphins, and there's plenty of room to grow after last year's 6-10 season.
While the Jets have signed Muhammad Wilkerson to a new deal, the next biggest question mark entering camp is who will be the starting QB: Ryan Fitzpatrick or Geno Smith? Crunch time is fast approaching in the Jets' contract standoff with Fitzpatrick.
The Ravens showed their confidence in QB Joe Flacco with a three-year, $66.4 million extension. It's now up to him to strengthen his arm, after not throwing much this offseason, and in the process regain his championship form.
The Texans put their offense through an extreme makeover this offseason, including the signing of QB Brock Osweiler and free-agent RB Lamar Miller. Will Houston's offense show an improved look in camp after last year's first-round playoff exit?
The Colts gave up 118 quarterback hits last season, second most in the NFL. They will use most of camp to see who will man the right side of the offensive line come the regular season.
General manager Dave Caldwell promised to make the defense a priority in the offseason, and he kept his word. The Jaguars made big moves in free agency and the draft, increasing the expectations that Jacksonville will compete for the division title.
Can coach Mike Mularkey and his staff create and shape an offense that puts quarterback Marcus Mariota in the best position to excel? The Titans will try to translate some optimism into real improvement, starting at camp on July 29.
Since the Broncos won the franchise's third Super Bowl this past February, their offseason seemingly has been one big-ticket drama after another. It will be intriguing to see how a team that lauded its character and selfless discipline responds.
So much of what the Chiefs do defensively involves Justin Houston and Eric Berry. Houston had surgery on his ACL in February and Berry remains unsigned. Kansas City is unsure whether either will be at training camp, which could make for two large holes on that side of the ball.
The Raiders haven't made the playoffs since the 2002 season, but the optimism surrounding the team is a sign that the streak may be about to end. If QB Derek Carr does not come unhinged in the pocket, he should be able to help the Raiders take the next step. Will the Raiders believe the hype or use it as fuel in training camp?
As Chargers coach Mike McCoy likes to say, San Diego drafted Joey Bosa for a reason, and that was to make game-changing plays along the defensive line. The biggest storyline of camp will be Bosa's contract as the Chargers need him to sign and get to camp on time.
All eyes are on Jason Pierre-Paul and Victor Cruz as camp begins. The Giants carry many question marks as they try to finish at .500 or better for the first time since 2012, but health has been their biggest issue in recent years.
While it will be compelling to watch coach Doug Pederson create a new culture and Jim Schwartz do a makeover on defense, the preseason will revolve around quarterbacks Sam Bradford, Carson Wentz and Chase Daniel as the focal point.
The Redskins had an excellent offseason; expectations are climbing for QB Kirk Cousins, a deep group of pass-catchers and big signee Josh Norman. The start of camp will show whether Washington will be a team to watch for the next few years or the same old Redskins who revert to losing.
Chicago's passionate fan base has learned the hard way over seven seasons that the organization will go only as far as QB Jay Cutler takes it. So far, Cutler has reached the playoffs just once in 10 NFL seasons. Can the Bears improve from 6-10 last season?
Until Jim Bob Cooter's offense is completely unveiled, how the Lions plan to replace star receiver Calvin Johnson will be on the top of every story written about Detroit this season. Will the committee approach help QB Matthew Stafford build on a consistent 2015 season?
Jordy Nelson will be almost a full year removed from season-ending knee injury, and Jeff Janis might be the new Mr. August with five TD catches in two years of preseason games. Keep tabs on Nelson and Janis as Packers camp kicks off in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Coming off their first NFC North championship since 2009, and with their new home at U.S. Bank Stadium ready for this season, the Vikings will be followed by as much optimism as they have in some time. Fans expect the team to contend in the NFC, and the Vikings' ability to do so will likely depend on the development of third-year quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.
Rookies could make a significant impact for the Falcons this season, particularly on defense, so it will be worth monitoring how they progress. And on offense, QB Matt Ryan knows he didn't play his best last season, including 21 turnovers, so camp is the chance to start anew.
The three C's -- Cam Newton, complacency and cornerbacks -- make up the storylines for the Panthers as they enter camp coming off a Super Bowl loss. Who will replace Josh Norman, and how can Newton improve on his NFL MVP season?
The Saints can be playoff contenders if they can just make their defense respectable. But that has proved to be a tall order in recent years, as they have been wasting the back half of QB Drew Brees' prime. Can the defense be fixed?
This is no longer Lovie Smith's team -- it's Dirk Koetter's, which means the clock starts ticking now, as Koetter's two predecessors got only two years each before they were fired. The pressure is on, including the question of how QB Jameis Winston will produce in his sophomore season.
After setting franchise records for wins, points and yards last season while coming up a game short of the Super Bowl, the top storyline for 2016 has written itself: It's Super Bowl or bust for the Cardinals.
The team's return to Los Angeles after an absence of more than two decades is a top storyline to follow this training camp. But for that return to be successful, they need more production from the quarterback position. Enter rookie QB Jared Goff.
The big question during the offseason was whether QB Colin Kaepernick would be traded. He wasn't, and after multiple surgeries, the Niners' former starter said he is ready to get his job back. The only problem is that Blaine Gabbert is standing in his way.
Seattle's focus during training camp will be on two players who finished last season on the sideline: running back Thomas Rawls and tight end Jimmy Graham. Getting them back on the field in conjunction with QB Russell Wilson & Co. will make for a tough team to beat.