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Football Season Is Here And That Means It’s Time To Get Ready For It


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Time To Go To Work And Get Ready For Coming Football Season
NFL Rookies Report Today, Veterans In One Week - Colleges Begin Practice In 11 Days On August 1

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It is time to go to work. National Football League teams start welcoming rookies to camp today, with veterans set to arrive no later than July 28. College football teams report in 11 days. For all involved it will be weeks of heat and hell with each individual pushed to their physical and mental limits as teams put the finishing touches and polish on the teams they will field this season.

Bettors will again receive daily reports from each NFL training camp and will be able to use that knowledge to form their own opinions. It will be much more difficult to get a line on the colleges which report August 1.

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The Dallas Cowboys are always a popular betting choice in Las Vegas and the run-up to the 2016 NFL season has been no exception. In spite of going 4-12 in 2015 and having an injury-prone 36-year-old quarterback, the market is optimistic about the Cowboys. Is this justified?

Let's begin by saying that the logic the Dallas backers use makes some superficial sense. In this view, the Cowboys were a 12-4 team in 2014 and only the injuries to Tony Romo and wide receiver Dez Bryant resulted in the collapse to 4-12 last year. The NFC East doesn't have any standout teams, so with Romo and Bryant back, the Cowboys will naturally return to '14 form.

It's not illogical and the fact the market loves the draft choice of Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliot and putting him behind the NFL's best offensive line. We love it too and it's why we consider the Cowboys to be one of the contenders in the NFC East and if everything breaks right they could be a worthwhile darkhorse in the race for the Super Bowl. But the optimism is getting out of control.

That's reflected in the betting odds. Dallas is the 19-10 betting favorite to win the NFC East. By comparison, the Washington Redskins, who won the division a year ago, are 4-1 in spite of having no notable personnel losses, having added Josh Norman and having a quarterback who isn't 36-years-old and injury-prone.

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Reds-Giants preview

SAN FRANCISCO -- Jay Bruce and Joey Votto will take their hot bats up against one of baseball's worst pitchers against left-handed hitters Tuesday night when the Cincinnati Reds and San Francisco Giants meet for a second time in their three-game series.

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Former Seahawks player Tarvaris Jackson arrested in Florida

KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) Former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson has been arrested in central Florida after authorities say he pulled a gun on his wife.