Every NFL Team's Biggest Problem at the Start of Training Camp

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Every NFL Team's Biggest Problem at the Start of Training Camp
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Nick Perry will need to step up as a pass-rusher in Green Bay.

In just over a week, the 2013 NFL season will unofficially be underway when the Miami Dolphins take on the Dallas Cowboys in the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio. 

Every single team around the league has a problem or two as it relates to its roster, depth chart, injuries or something else that has happened off-the-field. 

In short, there seems to be more questions than answers at this early point in training camp. 

How long will new Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin be out? Who is going to fill Michael Crabtree's role for the defending NFC champion San Francisco 49ers? 

These are just a couple of the questions facing two of the best teams in the NFL. 

Quarterback competitions will take hold in otherwise meaningless preseason games, while injuries will start to pop up around the league. 

Today's article will focus on one problem area for each NFL team as training camps start to take over the news cycle. 


All contract information provided by Spotrac.


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