The NFL regular season will be kicking off within approximately five to six weeks, but most football training camps have already started or will begin this week.
And as we move closer to the start of the season, most NFL teams are gathering their players to define who will be playing at what position, what amateurs will have a predominant role, what players will take the lead in the coming season and who is still in the open to be transferred.
The Buffalo Bills´ and New York Giants´training camp began on Monday and players reported for practices early in the day.
One of Monday´s highlight at training camp was the return of New York Giants running back David Wilson, after a very short first season that ended quickly, exactly after five games by a neck injury that many experts believed to be career-threatening. He was recently cleared for training camp and seems to be ready for a promising second season.
Here is a short video on David Wilson´s clear for training:
“The doctor told me I was good to go. The last words he said to me were, ‘Have a good season, stay healthy.’ “No real concerns, I’m just excited, ready to get back out there and compete. I love competition, so I haven’t been sitting on the coach. As I came out here and got started, I knew my appointment was this day and training camp was the next day, so I prepared. Now I just want to go out there and have fun.” Wilson said Monday evening at the Giants’ practice facility here.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins was a great loss for the team during last year´s regular season as he tore his ACL during a half season game versus the Miami Dolphins.
There are no news on Atkins’ rehab and whether he will be available for Week 1 of the regular season, but this did not seem to concern Bengals´head coach Marvin Lewis. Check out this video on Geno Atkins´ top performances with Cincinnati: http://www.bengals.com/media-lounge/videos/Top-100-Players-of-2014-Geno-Atkins/6feb548a-b28f-4c73-b35c-66ed4ea80c9d
A hot topic on today’s NFL news was The San Diego Chargers signing of LB Adrian Hamilton. The news came by after the Chargers part ways with former first-round pick OLB Larry English. After missing the entire 2013 season due to a wrist injury, 26-year-old Hamilton returns and signs up with the Chargers.
His career records include 108 tackles, 26 sacks and 34.5 tackles for loss over two seasons. Here is a quick video on the Bolt´s most recent preseason action:
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