NFL training camp 2024 live updates: Latest on roster battles

RC and Tannenbaum clash over how Jets should handle Rodgers in preseason (1:32)

Ryan Clark and Mike Tannenbaum disagree on how much playing time Aaron Rodgers should get in the preseason for the Jets. (1:32)

The NFL's 2024 training camp kicked into full gear Tuesday, with all but a handful of teams reporting. ESPN's NFL reporters will be found at each location throughout camp, and will provide information on position battles, notable appearances from new faces, compelling quotes from coaches and players and updates on injuries and holdout situations.

We will have updates every day of camp to keep you informed on all the latest. Here's what you need to know from camps across the league:

Jump to:
NE | NO | NYG | NYJ | PHI | PIT | SF

What our NFL Nation reporters saw today


Dallas Cowboys

Cowboys rookies and veterans will report Wednesday, July 24. -- Todd Archer

Read the Cowboys' 2024 training camp preview

New York Giants

Giants rookies and veterans will report Tuesday, July 23. -- Jordan Raanan

Read the Giants' 2024 training camp preview

Philadelphia Eagles

Eagles rookies and veterans will report Tuesday, July 23. -- Tim McManus

Read the Eagles' 2024 training camp preview

Washington Commanders

Commanders rookies and veterans will report Tuesday, July 23. -- John Keim

Read the Commanders' 2024 training camp preview


Chicago Bears

Chicago's defense came away with a successful goal-line stand during the two-minute drill after the offense got down to the 6-yard line in the final period. On three straight plays, the defense showed their edge in a "gut check" moment, according to defensive coordinator Eric Washington. Rookie defensive end Austin Booker recorded a pressure as Caleb Williams threw a pass to running back Khalil Herbert on second-and-goal that fell incomplete followed by back-to-back pass break-ups from cornerback Tyrique Stevenson and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds on passes to Rome Odunze and Cole Kmet, respectively. Wide receiver DJ Moore was not on the field for the two-minute drill while Keenan Allen was given a vet day on Tuesday, but after another solid showing from Williams and the offense four practices in, the Bears' defense came through in an important moment that showcased their collective conditioning level at the end of practice. -- Courtney Cronin

(last update: July 23)

Detroit Lions

Lions rookies reported Saturday, July 20, and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23. -- Eric Woodyard

Read the Lions' 2024 training camp preview

Green Bay Packers

If Tuesday's second practice of training camp was any indication of what Rashan Gary can do in new defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley's scheme, he could be headed for his best season.

At the end of a practice that was conducted mostly in a downpour, Gary ripped off three sacks in a four-play stretch during the final 11-on-11 period. He had sacks coming from both sides of the line. Granted, players aren't in pads yet, but it was an illustration of the opportunities the edge rushers will have as they transition from a 3-4 to a 4-3.

"Hand in the dirt and not dropping back [into coverage]," Gary said when asked about the biggest difference for him in Hafley's system. "I feel more explosive coming out of a three-point stance. Sometimes when you're in a two-point stance you can create more false steps and with the hand in the dirt, the false steps are taken away."

Gary, who last season signed a four-year, $96 million contract extension, has never had a double-digit sack season. -- Rob Demovsky

(last update: July 23)

Minnesota Vikings

Vikings rookies reported Sunday, July 21, and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23. -- Kevin Seifert

Read the Vikings' 2024 training camp preview


Atlanta Falcons

Falcons' rookies and veterans will report Wednesday, July 24. -- Marc Raimondi

Read the Falcons' 2024 training camp preview

Carolina Panthers

General manager Dan Morgan wouldn't set expectations for a Carolina team coming off six straight losing seasons, but outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney didn't hesitate to. "I can say this. I've been [with] six teams and I've never been a loser, really ... I don't plan on coming here and just losing.''

Clowney, 31, has been a part of three losing teams in 10 years. Of the six teams, only the Cleveland Browns (7-10 in 2022; 8-9 in 2021) didn't have a winning record while he was there. He was with the 13-4 Baltimore Ravens last season.

"I know what [winning] looks like,'' Clowney said. "We've all got what it takes to win here in this organization.'' What the Panthers don't have is a proven player opposite Clowney with D.J. Wonnum and Amare Barno on PUP. The pass rush currently is a major concern. -- David Newton

(last update: July 23)

New Orleans Saints

Saints rookies reported Tuesday, July 16, and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23.

Read the Saints' 2024 training camp preview

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Bucs rookies reported Sunday, July 21, and veterans reported Monday, July 22. -- Jenna Laine

Read the Buccaneers' 2024 training camp preview


Arizona Cardinals

Cardinals rookies and veterans will report Tuesday, July 23. -- Josh Weinfuss

Read the Cardinals' 2024 training camp preview

Los Angeles Rams

Rams rookies and veterans will report Tuesday, July 23. -- Sarah Barshop

Read the Rams' 2024 training camp preview

San Francisco 49ers

49ers rookies reported Tuesday, July 16, and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23. -- Nick Wagoner

Read the 49ers' 2024 training camp preview

Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks rookies reported Wednesday, July 17, and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23. -- Brady Henderson

Read the Seahawks' 2024 training camp preview


Buffalo Bills

Bills rookies reported Tuesday, July 16, and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23. -- Alaina Getzenberg

Read the Bills' 2024 training camp preview

Miami Dolphins

Dolphins rookies reported Tuesday, July 16, and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques

Read the Dolphins' 2024 training camp preview

New England Patriots

Patriots rookies reported Friday, July 19, and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23. -- Mike Reiss

Read the Patriots' 2024 training camp preview

New York Jets

Aaron Rodgers 2.0 began Tuesday with Jets veterans reporting to training camp. This time, the team believes it's better equipped to handle the expectations and hype that come with having a future Hall-of-Fame quarterback.

"I think starting last year, we had the deal with 'Hard Knocks,' the Hall of Fame game, the extra 10 days in camp, all the expectations of Aaron's first year here," tight end Tyler Conklin said. "As a team, it's not our first rodeo, handling all those different things -- the expectations, the media, the games. We're just excited to be where our feet are."

The Jets learned some hard lessons last year after losing Rodgers to a season-ending Achilles injury on the fourth snap of the season. This is an older, more mature team than 2023. It got its first dose of adversity Tuesday, when pass rusher Haason Reddick became a training-camp holdout. The Jets, of all teams, should be accustomed to distractions. -- Rich Cimini

(last update: July 23)


Baltimore Ravens

With reigning NFL Most Valuable Player Lamar Jackson missing his third straight day of camp with an illness, backup quarterback Josh Johnson continued to fill in with the first team and faced constant pressure by outside linebacker Odafe Oweh. After Oweh crashed the edge on one play, coach John Harbaugh had a chat with the former first-round pick.

"I had to pull the reigns in on a little bit," Harbaugh said. "He understands we got to stay away from the quarterback as much as possible. You don't want to have any car crashes out there. [But] he's bringing it. He's pretty much been in the backfield every play."

So, when can the Ravens expect Jackson to return to camp?

"I'm sure he is closer to getting out there than he was," Harbaugh said. "It's just a matter of when the doctor's going to clear him." -- Jamison Hensley

(last update: July 23)

Cincinnati Bengals

Bengals rookies reported Saturday, July 20, and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23. -- Ben Baby

Read the Bengals' 2024 training camp preview

Cleveland Browns

Browns rookies reported Monday, July 22, and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23. -- Daniel Oyefusi

Read the Browns' 2024 training camp preview

Pittsburgh Steelers

Steelers rookies and veterans will report Wednesday, July 24. -- Brooke Pryor

Read the Steelers' 2024 training camp preview


Houston Texans

Texans rookies and veterans reported Wednesday, July 23. -- DJ Bien-Aime

Read the Texans' 2024 training camp preview

Indianapolis Colts

Colts rookies and veterans will report Wednesday, July 24. -- Stephen Holder

Read the Colts' 2024 training camp preview

Jacksonville Jaguars

Jaguars rookies reported Friday, July 19 and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23. -- Michael Di Rocco

Read the Jaguars' 2024 training camp preview

Tennessee Titans

General manager Ran Carthon hinted at possibly looking to extend wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins when asked about the veteran's future during a training camp news conference

"DHop knows how we feel about him and I think that's a big thing especially for a veteran at this stage in his career," Carthon said. "The way he's shown up here, how he bought into the new staff kind of shows how he feels about us and what we have going."

Hopkins is in the final year of the two-year, $26 million deal he signed last July. The 12-year veteran posted 75 receptions for 1,057 yards in his first season with the Titans last year. Hopkins was a participant in most of the Titans OTAs and minicamp practices. Every Titans player reported for Day 1 of camp on Tuesday. -- Turron Davenport

(last update: July 23)


Denver Broncos

Broncos rookies reported Wednesday, July 17, and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23. -- Jeff Legwold

Read the Broncos' 2024 training camp preview

Kansas City Chiefs

It doesn't qualify as a full-fledged position change but the Chiefs are looking at Kadarius Toney as a running back in addition to wide receiver. Toney took some snaps out of the backfield last year for the Chiefs. Toney has worked with the running backs during individual training camp drills before moving over to train with the wideouts.

"That's one of his strengths is to be able to move around and he had some positive snaps for us at running back last year and so I think he enjoys doing that,'' coach Andy Reid said. "He's pretty multifaceted there with what he can do and we're going to try to utilize it to the best of his abilities there.''

Toney had a disappointing season in 2023. Twice he dropped an easily catchable pass that turned into an interception. He also lined up offside to nullify what would have been the go-ahead touchdown in a late-season loss to the Bills. -- Adam Teicher

(last update: July 23)

Las Vegas Raiders

While Raiders coach Antonio Pierce said Tuesday there is no leader yet in the quarterback battle between second-year returner Aidan O'Connell and veteran Gardner Minshew, Pierce acknowledged he is in no real hurry to anoint a starter, either.

"When it's right, when it's obvious," Pierce said, when asked what his optimal timeline would be to name QB1, as the team arrived for training camp in Costa Mesa, California. "Like, OK, [when] it's a no-brainer. No need to rush it. But when it's clear, when it's evident, then you need to make that decision."

As such, the Raiders, who will not hold joint practices with another team, might need to utilize preseason games against the Vikings, Cowboys and 49ers to figure out who emerges as the starter. O'Connell went 5-5 last season, but 3-1 down the stretch with 8 TD passes and no INTs. The lone loss? Against Minshew and the Colts on New Year's Eve. -- Paul Gutierrez

(last update: July 23)

Los Angeles Chargers

Chargers rookies reported Tuesday, July 16, and veterans reported Tuesday, July 23. -- Kris Rhim

Read the Chargers' 2024 training camp preview