Every NFL Team's Most Positive Training Camp Dilemma

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Every NFL Team's Most Positive Training Camp Dilemma
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The competition between Mike Glennon (left) and Josh McCown should make the Tampa Bay Buccaneers better.

Not every dilemma NFL teams face this summer should be reason for concern.

The training camp season of July and August is a time when all 32 franchises assess the state of their teams, diagnose problems and determine their best available situations.

Some issues will fail to be resolved in an adequate manner, linger into the season and lead to derailment. But some uncertainties will prove not to be so problematic as they are opportunities for players to emerge in competitions that could actually make their teams better.

The latter is what we’ll focus on in the next 32 slides. With training camps just beginning to get going and a full slate of preseason games still to be played, we can’t yet be sure how these individual situations will play out, but each of them presents as much reason for excitement as they do worry.

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