To contend in 2001, the Eagles and Seahawks need their young wide receiver corps to catch on quickly. Andy Reid is optimistic that Todd Pinkston and rookie Freddie Mitchell can play like veterans, while Mike Holmgren is counting on Matt Hasselbeck to develop a connection with Koren Robinson.
|Todd Pinkston must grow up in a hurry.|
ESPN.com's training camp tour has reports on all 31 teams from senior NFL writers John Clayton and Len Pasquarelli.Pasquarelli on Eagles | Clayton on Seahawks
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Plummer, Cards not about to fold|
Jake Plummer won't have to gamble as much if the running game sets up the Cardinals' play-action attack.
Clayton: Jones in a rush to improve
Second-year running back Thomas Jones appears poised to have a big season.
New men at work in Buffalo
New Bills braintrust Tom Donahoe and Gregg Williams have removed the rust and freshened the roster.
Pasquarelli: All quiet on QB front in Buffalo
With Doug Flutie gone, the Bills no longer have to talk about quarterback controversies.
Edwards has a style all his own
Herman Edwards is more low-key than Bill Parcells, but he isn't any less passionate about football.
Pasquarelli: Sack man
Second-year defensive end John Abraham is critical to the Jets' chances for success.
Mariucci waits for Niners to blossom
Niners coach Steve Mariucci hopes his young but talented defense continues to grow.
Charger's Flutie finally gets full-time gig
Doug Flutie has his own rock band and, finally at age 38, his own starting quarterback job in the NFL.
Clayton: Run at your own risk
John Parrella and Jamal Williams form the best defensive tackle duo nobody seems to know.
Dolphins' offense may not play it safe
To throw deep or not to throw deep? That's the question for Dave Wannstedt and run-reliant Miami.
Pasquarelli: Miami heat turned up on Fiedler
A poor playoff showing and the addition of Ray Lucas has put pressure on Jay Fiedler to improve.
Tampa Bay defense's unknown soldier
End Marcus Jones, a first-round pick in 1996, is the best Bucs defender you don't know about.
Walker, Coleman enlisted for front-line duty
The Buccaneers hope Kenyatta Walker and Cosey Coleman can help pave the way to Super Bowl XXXVI.
Pasquarelli: Title hopes hinge on QB's health
Brad Johnson just might be the man to lead the Bucs to a Super Bowl title, that is, as long as he stays healthy.
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