The NFL’s training camp is now over.
The NFL is set to open its 2016 season in Canton, Ohio.
Here are the training camps to watch in the coming weeks.
The Browns and Steelers have their first training camp in Cleveland next month.
The Patriots have their own training camp this week in Massachusetts.
New York Giants rookie linebacker Kony Ealy is in the final year of his rookie contract.
He will be a free agent in March.
Here are some other NFL training camps that you can watch in 2016.
Injuries to defensive players The Cleveland Browns are expected to bring back defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, who was injured during the preseason and missed the last two games of the season with a knee injury.
He will likely be re-signed this offseason.
The Browns signed defensive end Chris Canty, who has struggled with injury and missed a good portion of the offseason.
The team will also have a lot of depth at defensive end.
Lions defensive end Charles Johnson will be coming off an injury.
The Lions have a plethora of talented defensive ends and the team will be hoping to get them to help help on special teams.
New England Patriots are hoping to add another pass rusher.
They have one of the top pass rushers in the NFL, Dont’a Hightower.
Patriots will have a good offseason with their defense.
They will be looking for defensive end, nose tackle, and cornerback.
Los Angeles Rams will have rookie safety Harrison Smith come off the bench.
He is a young, young player.
Atlanta Falcons will have veteran defensive tackle Dominique Easley, who is coming off a torn ACL.
Dolphins will have another young, veteran defensive lineman, Gerald McCoy.
Houston Texans will have young, talented defensive tackle/linebacker, Jadeveon Clowney, who will likely come off his knee injury in training camp.
Oakland Raiders will have an offensive lineman, Michael Bowie.
San Francisco 49ers will have strong defensive tackle, Michael Wilhoite.
Seattle Seahawks will have talented defensive end/lineback, Justin Smith.
Buffalo Bills will have defensive end Justin Durant.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have the likes of defensive tackle Cam Robinson, and defensive end Jonathan Babineaux.
Washington Redskins will have free agent safety Rashad Johnson.
Arizona Cardinals will have wide receiver Tyrann Mathieu, who could be an early cut if he is not re-signing with the team.
Miami Dolphins will have some veteran defensive ends on their roster.
Minnesota Vikings will have cornerback Trae Waynes, who might be ready for the start of the new season.
Detroit Lions will have quarterback Matthew Stafford.
Cleveland Browns will have tight end Zach Miller, who had a strong preseason.
Pittsburgh Steelers will have safety Will Allen.
Denver Broncos will have several veteran players on the roster.
The Broncos will be without starting quarterback Trevor Siemian, who missed all of last season.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have some young talent on their active roster.
Free agent linebacker Kaleb Ramsey, who played in the past two preseason games.
Indianapolis Colts have free safety Micah Hyde, who signed with the Jets last season and has been productive in camp.
Indianapolis will have new defensive line coach Paul Guenther.
Philadelphia Eagles will have former Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Tyson Jackson.
Dallas Cowboys will have their starting quarterback, Dak Prescott, coming off his ACL tear.
Kansas City Chiefs will have tackle David Yankey, who can be an immediate starter for the Chiefs.
Chicago Bears will have Brandon Scherff, who also had a good preseason.
The Bears will be very thin at the position.
Green Bay Packers will have offensive lineman Kevin Zeitler, who came off his own knee injury this offseason and missed most of the preseason.
The Miami Dolphins will bring in former Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Mike Jenkins.
Jacksonville Jaguars will have undrafted free agent defensive end Kaleb Chaney.
Tennessee Titans will have center/guard Kadeem Edwards.
Vikings will have left tackle Anthony Davis.
Baltimore Ravens will have first round draft pick Jordan Mills, who should be a strong fit at left tackle.
Buccaneers will have depth at linebacker.
Watkins will have experience at left linebacker, and veteran linebacker Michael Mitchell.
Redskins will add veteran linebacker Justin Durant, who tore his ACL last season, but he could return in time for the 2016 season.
Washington Redskins will sign former Cleveland Browns linebacker Jabaal Sheard.
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