ESPN’s Marcel Louis-Jacques writes the biggest question for the upcoming Bills camp is how much of an impact new WR Stefon Diggs will have on the passing game as a bonafide No. 1 wideout.
Diggs will be critical for Bills QB Josh Allen in his third season as he seeks to prove himself as a franchise leader by becoming more consistent, improving his decision-making and raising his completion percentage.
Louis-Jacques will also be watching how the Bills split up the load between RBs Devin Singletary and Zack Moss, each third-round picks the past two years.
Bills CB Josh Norman is also one of the few new potential starters on a defense that’s been strong the past few seasons, so Louis-Jacques says it will be interesting to see how he integrates and what he has left at this point in his career.
The Browns announced they have hired former Vikings QB coach Kevin Rogers as a senior offensive assistant. He’ll work with the whole staff.
Per the Athletic’s Jeff Zrebiec, while Ravens QB Lamar Jackson set the bar impossibly high in 2019 by being just the second-ever unanimous MVP, some areas he has for improvement include staying healthy and reducing hits along with improving his consistency as a passer.
As the Ravens enter camp, Zrebiec says G Bradley Bozeman, C Matt Skura (if healthy) and G D.J. Fluker are the leaders to start on the interior of the offensive line.
Zrebiec notes the Ravens are betting on development from WRs Marquise Brown and Miles Boykin and a quick transition to the NFL for third-round WR Devin Duvernay and sixth-round WR James Proche.
Baltimore is also banking on first-round LB Patrick Queen and third-round LB Malik Harrison hitting the ground running and solidifying inside linebacker as rookies.
The Ravens are also hoping S Earl Thomas can be a little more impactful in Year 2 in Baltimore.
Zrebiec lists Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey, QB Robert Griffin, WR Chris Moore, EDGE Pernell McPhee, DE Jihad Ward, EDGE Tyus Bowser, CB Jimmy Smith, S Anthony Levine, LS Morgan Cox, WR Willie Snead, DE Derek Wolfe and Skura as players who could be candidates for in-season extensions, all except Humphrey who are entering contract years.