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Training Camp Conclusions

After a month on the road seeing so much of the NFL, here are a handful of takeaways, including the team that impressed the most. Plus reader mail on Josh Brown, Jerry Jones and San Diego’s stadium reality

Jaguars Camp: Mother Knows Best

As Blake Bortles’ mom could tell you: The Jaguars are restocked and ready to go in 2016. And Bortles is seeing the difference on the defensive side of the ball early in camp

A Day with Jared Odrick in Canada’s Counter-Culture

In Toronto, the Jaguars defensive end is carving his own path outside of traditional NFL lifestyle. Ride shotgun as Odrick takes The MMQB on a day filled with butter espressos, dry needling and fascial stretch therapy, all with the goal of preparing his body for football and his mind for the future

Punting on Politics

Donald Trump has publicly courted Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger for endorsements to validate his tough-guy persona, but athletes are being advised to steer clear of the political arena with these two candidates

A Final Cram Before Summer

Guest columnist Emily Kaplan covers Jay Cutler’s defining season to come, the no-growth HGH investigation, the weird off-field predicaments of rookie QBs, a marijuana crusade, Rex Ryan’s bluster and bicycle, and the mom who just might overshadow all the Father’s Day tributes

How Quarterbacks Are Made

The MMQB examined the youth football careers and family backgrounds of the 15 QBs taken in this year’s NFL draft (a record number), and found several key life experiences that appear to be predictors of success. Often, the men who play the position aren’t natural born leaders

They Didn’t Know Jack

Thirty-one teams passed on UCLA linebacker Myles Jack, at one time a surefire top-10 pick, over injury concerns—including the one that eventually nabbed him in the second round. Here’s how Jacksonville decided to take a chance on the most talked-about knee in the NFL, and a player with something big to prove

The Blitz Is Back! (Maybe)

Some NFL trends—more passing, more shotgun, and a blurring line between 3-4 and 4-3 defenses—become ensconced in the game. Others fade away, like the Wildcat or the read-option. Here are five emerging trends to watch coming out of the 2015 season