Arizona Cardinals

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After their surprise Super Bowl run, Kurt Warner and Matt Leinart look to build on last season's success.
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Atlanta Falcons

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With Matt Ryan under center for his sophomore season, the Falcons look to notch back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in franchise history.
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Baltimore Ravens

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With Derrick Mason back from retirement and coming off an 11-5 campaign, the Ravens look poised for another deep run.
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Buffalo Bills

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After a fast start last season, the Bills sputtered to a 7-9 record. The acquisition of Terrell Owens all but ensures Buffalo of a more exciting season this time around.
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Carolina Panthers

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Jake Delhomme guided the Panthers to a 12-4 record last season before tossing five INTs in Carolina's NFC Championship Game loss.
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Chicago Bears

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After pulling off one of the biggest swaps in recent history, the Bears head into this season with Jay Cutler at the helm and a new focus on offense.
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Cincinnati Bengals

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After opting to not undergo Tommy John Surgery, Carson Palmer said he's back to 100 percent heading into the season.
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Cleveland Browns

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With Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn both back at quarterback, the Browns look to bounce back from a 4-12 campaign.
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Dallas Cowboys

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After narrowly missing the playoffs last season, the Cowboys head into the '09 campaign without the distraction of T.O.
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Denver Broncos

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Kyle Orton takes over for Jay Cutler as the Broncos try to bounce back in the first season of the post-Mike Shanahan era.
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Detroit Lions

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The only direction for the Lions to go is up after last season's 0-16 disaster.
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Green Bay Packers

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Quarterback controversies a distant memory, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers have a lot of work to do after dropping seven of their last nine games a season ago.
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Houston Texans

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Matt Shaub and the Texans look to continue an upward trend after posting a surprising 8-8 record last year.
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Indianapolis Colts

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Coming off his ninth 4,000-yard season, Peyton Manning tries to lead the Colts back to the Super Bowl again.
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Jacksonville Jaguars

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Jacksonville dropped eight of its last ten a year ago, but David Garrard played well enough to hang onto his starting job.
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Kansas City Chiefs

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With Matt Cassel at the helm, the Chiefs may have the fire power to bounce back from last year's 2-14 season.
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Miami Dolphins

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The Dolphins aim to prove last season's AFC East title wasn't a fluke.
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Minnesota Vikings

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The flirtation with Brett Favre over, the Vikings look to Tarvaris Jackson to solidify their passing game.
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New Orleans Saints

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With Drew Brees at quarterback and Reggie Bush back to full strength, the Saints have the makings of an offensive juggernaut.
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New England Patroits

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Tom Brady's back, and ready to lead the Pats back to the playoffs.
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New York Giants

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The distraction of Plaxico gone, Eli Manning and the Giants look to recapture the form that saw them rolling early last season.
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New York Jets

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With Brett Favre out of the picture and Mark Sanchez waiting in the wings, Kellen Clemens aims to leave his mark on the Jets.
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Oakland Raiders

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With a crowded backfield and the addition of Jeff Garcia, Raiders camp could see some battles.
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Philadelphia Eagles

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Kevin Kolb spelled Donovan McNabb on a couple of occasions last season, but after No. 5 led the Eagles to the NFC Championship Game, there shouldn't be any QB controversy in Philly.
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Pittsburgh Steelers

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After another Super Bowl win, Big Ben glad hands in Pittsburgh.
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San Diego Chargers

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After sneaking into the playoffs with an 8-8 record, the Chargers look to build on the momentum of their late-season run.
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San Francisco 49ers

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After posting a 5-2 record in his last seven games as a starter last year, Shaun Hill aims to continue the Niners' upward trend in Mike Singletary's first full season as head coach.
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Seattle Seahawks

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After a disappointing 4-12 record in Mike Holmgren's final season, the Seahawks look to turn things around under Jim Mora.
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St. Louis Rams

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Outscored by more than 200 points last season, the Rams have a lot of work to do in camp.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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9-7 a year ago, the Bucs got younger this offseason, creating camp battles at a number of positions.
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Tennessee Titans

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Powered by defense and Kerry Collins' steady arm, the Titans look to employ the same formula this season.
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Washington Redskins

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In one of the league's toughest conferences, the Redskins look to break through with Jason Campbell under center.
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