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Submitted by Kelso Sturgeon on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 1:03 PM

NFL Training Camps Are Ready To Open With Packers, Seahawks 5-1 Favorites To Win Super Bowl

NFL Coaching Changes And What They Might Mean In the Pre-Season

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Thought For The Day|
Sharks are as tough as those football fans who take their shirts off during games in Chicago in January, only more intelligent." - Newspaper columnist/humorist Dave Barry.

By Kelso Sturgeon

The National Football League's annual trip to Hell is about to begin. It's something called the 65-game NFL pre-season that is designed separate the men from the boys through practices so demanding physically and mentally there is not a single player that at one time or another has not entertained the idea of just quitting and walking away from the game.

It's the same for rookies, newcomers and veterans in the first two of four weeks of practice and scripted games. If one wants it he will put up with the grueling practices, many held in the hot summer sun, that drain one's body and challenge one's spirit. Less than half those in training camp will make it.

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Grading NFL'S 7 Coaching Changes


Atlanta Falcons - New head coach is Dan Quinn, who last season was the defensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks for the Super Bowl team that led the NFL in yards allowed (267.1 per game) and average points allowed (15.9 points per game. He has his work cut out for him on both sides of the ball the ball. Grade B+. First year coach, no pre-season record.

Buffalo Bills - New head coach is Rex Ryan, a defensive specialist, who was fired by the New York Jets at the end of last season after 26-38 in his last four seasons in the Big Apple. The Bills are young but have added several blue-chip players for this season. It is going to be an uphill battle for Ryan and the Bills, a team that has not made the playoffs for the past 15 years. Grade B. Ryan is 11-13 in pre-season games.

Chicago Bears - New Head coach is John Fox, one of the best in the business who left as head coach of the Denver Broncos because of differences of opinion with team president John Elway to take over in Chicago. Fox has a long history of success as a head coach. In 2002 he took over the hapless 1-15 Carolina Panthers had them in the Super Bowl two years later. He was fired in Carolina, took over the 4-12 Denver Broncos and had them in the Super Bowl for three seasons. Grade A+. Fox is 28-24 in pre-season games.

Denver Broncos - New head coach is Gary Kubiack, former head coach of the Houston Texans and last season the offensive coordinator for the Baltimore Ravens. Denver should have solid defense and offense for Kubiack's first year running the only team for which he ever played. He was offensive coordinator for the Broncos for seven years under Mike Shanahan. Grade B. Pre-season record not available.

New York Jets - New head coach is Todd Bowles who last year was defensive coordinator of Arizona Cardinals, a team that had the 5th-ranked defense in the NFL, giving up 368.2 yards and 18.7 points per game. Bowles, who was 2-1 as an interim coach of the Miami Dolphins in 2011, knows his business but understands he has a lot of work to do. Grade B. Bowles has no pre-season record.

Oakland Raiders - New head coach is Jack Del Rio, former head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars and last season defensive coordinator of the Denver Broncos, takes over in Oakland and will find his biggest challenge in dealing with one of the least competent front offices in the NFL. He took the Jaguars to the playoffs twice and had but one losing season in his first five in Jacksonville. Grade C+. Del Rio's pre-season record is not available.

San Francisco 49'ers - New head coach is Jim Tomsula, who was defensive line coach for the 49ers last year and has never been even a coordinator, let alone a head coach. Tomsula steps into a dreadful situation in San Francisco, a team that has been decimated by the departures of 13 blue-chip starters. There is a need to cut him a bit of slack and my insight says no coach will try harder during the pre-season to establish himself and gain some respect. Grade C-. Tomsula has no pre-season record.

NFL training camp 2015 schedule
Here's the NFL training camp 2015 schedule guide. Find out when and where your favorite team is preparing for the upcoming season. Stay up to date each day by tune in to Inside Training Camp, Live beginning Monday, July 27 on NFL Network.

Arizona Cardinals
Location: University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, Ariz.
Camp opens: Rookies, July 28; veterans, July 31

Atlanta Falcons
Location: Flowery Branch training facility; Flowery Branch, Ga.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 30

Baltimore Ravens
Location: Under Armour Performance Center; Owings Mills, Md.
Camp opens: Rookies, July 22; veterans, July 29

Buffalo Bills
Location: St. John Fisher College; Rochester, N.Y.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 30
Joint practice: vs. Browns - Monday, Aug. 17, Tuesday, Aug. 18 at St. John Fisher College

Carolina Panthers
Location: Wofford College, Spartanburg, S.C.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 30
Joint practice: vs. Dolphins - Wednesday, Aug. 19, Thursday, Aug. 20 at Wofford College

Chicago Bears
Location: Olivet Nazarene University; Bourbonnais, Ill.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 29
Joint practice: vs. Colts - Wednesday, Aug. 19, Thursday, Aug. 20 at Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center, Indianapolis

Cincinnati Bengals
Location: Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, Ohio
Camp opens: Rookies, July 27; veterans, July 30
Joint practice: vs. Giants - Tuesday, Aug. 11, Wednesday, Aug. 12 at Paul Brown Stadium practice fields, Cincinnati

Cleveland Browns
Location: Browns training facility; Berea, Ohio
Camp opens: Rookies, July 22; veterans, July 29
Joint practice: vs. Bills - Monday, Aug. 17, Tuesday, Aug. 18 at St. John Fisher College

Dallas Cowboys
Location: Oxnard, Calif.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 29
Joint practice: vs. Rams - Monday, Aug. 17, Tuesday, Aug. 18 at River Ridge Playing Fields in Oxnard, Calif.

Denver Broncos
Location: Paul D. Bowlen Memorial Broncos Centre; Englewood, Colo.
Camp opens: Rookies, July 27; veterans, July 30

Detroit Lions
Location: Lions training facility; Allen Park, Mich.
Camp opens: Rookies, July 28; veterans, Aug. 2

Green Bay Packers
Location: St. Norbert College; De Pere, Wis.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 29

Houston Texans
Location: Methodist Training Center; Houston
Camp opens: Rookies, July 26; veterans, July 31
Joint practice: vs. Redskins - Thursday, Aug. 6-8 at Redskins Training Center in Richmond, Va.

Indianapolis Colts
Location: Anderson University; Anderson, Ind.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, Aug. 1
Joint practice: vs. Bears - Wednesday, Aug. 19, Thursday, Aug. 20 at Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center, Indianapolis

Jacksonville Jaguars
Location: Florida Blue Health Wellness Practice Fields; Jacksonville, Fla.
Camp opens: Rookie, July 27; veterans, July 30

Kansas City Chiefs
Location: Missouri Western State University; St. Joseph, Mo.
Camp opens: Rookies, July 28; veterans, July 31

Miami Dolphins
Location: Doctors Hospital Training Facility in Davie, Fla.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 29
Joint practice: vs. Panthers - Wednesday, Aug. 19, Thursday, Aug. 20 at Wofford College

Minnesota Vikings
Location: Minnesota State University, Mankato; Mankato, Minn.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 25

New England Patriots
Location: Gillette Stadium; Foxborough, Mass.
Camp opens: Rookies, July 23; veterans, July 29
Joint practice: vs. Saints - Wednesday, Aug. 19, Thursday, Aug. 20 at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, W.V.

New Orleans Saints
Location: The Greenbrier; White Sulphur Springs, W.V.
Camp opens: Rookies, July 22; veterans, July 29
Joint practice: vs. Patriots - Wednesday, Aug. 19, Thursday, Aug. 20 at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, W.V.

New York Giants
Location: Quest Diagnostics Training Center; East Rutherford, N.J.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 30
Joint practice: vs. Bengals - Tuesday, Aug. 11, Wednesday, Aug 12 at Paul Brown Stadium practice fields, Cincinnati

New York Jets
Location: Atlantic Health Training Center; Florham Park, N.J.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 29

Oakland Raiders
Location: Napa Valley Marriott; Napa, Calif.
Camp opens: Rookies, July 26; veterans, July 30

Philadelphia Eagles
Location: NovaCare Complex; Philadelphia, Pa.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, Aug. 1

Pittsburgh Steelers
Location: Saint Vincent College; Latrobe, Pa.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 25

San Diego Chargers
Location: Chargers Park; San Diego, Ca.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 29

San Francisco 49ers
Location: Marie P. DeBartolo Sports Center; Santa Clara, Calif.
Camp opens: Rookies, July 27; veterans, July 31

Seattle Seahawks
Location: Virginia Mason Athletic Center; Renton, Wash.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 30

St. Louis Rams
Location: Rams Park; Earth City, Mo.
Camp opens: Rookies, July 27; veterans, July 31
Joint practice: vs. Cowboys - Monday, Aug. 17, Tuesday, Aug. 18 at River Ridge Playing Fields in Oxnard, Calif.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Location: One Buccaneer Place; Tampa, Fla.
Camp opens: Rookies, July 27; veterans, July 31

Tennessee Titans
Location: Saint Thomas Sports Park; Nashville, Tenn.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 30

Washington Redskins
Location: Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center; Richmond, Va.
Camp opens: Rookies and veterans, July 29
Joint practice: vs. Texans - Thursday, Aug. 6-8 at Redskins Training Center in Richmond, Va.

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