Every NFL Team's Biggest Position of Concern at Start of Training Camps

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Every NFL Team's Biggest Position of Concern at Start of Training Camps
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Though some are more complete than others, none of the NFL's 32 teams are impervious to flaws in their position groups. Some deficiencies, like a complete lack of a starting-caliber quarterback, are more troublesome than others, like no real depth behind one standout receiver.

Remember that these are not each team's worst position group, but rather the ones that currently have the most cause for concern heading into training camp. Some teams have talented players at these positions of concern, but camp battles or injuries cast a question mark over them.

Thus, each position was chosen because either the unit performed poorly in 2013 and was not adequately improved this offseason, or the unit will be so different in 2014 that it's a complete wild card.

Many of these concerns will be ironed out by the conclusion of training camp as players win starting jobs. However, some position-group problems will continue to plague teams well into the 2014 season.

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