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ESPN Expanding NFL Training Camp Coverage

ESPN will have 10 days of live SportsCenter reports, covering all 32 NFL Training Camps, beginning Monday, July 21.

David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports

Every year, the interest in the NFL grows, and with it, the coverage of it does so as well. ESP is stepping up their coverage of this year's NFL training camps, highlighted by live "Training Center" Updates on SportsCenter and NFL Shows, July 21-30.

ESPN will have 10 days of live SportsCenter reports, covering all 32 NFL Training Camps, beginning Monday, July 21. The "Training Center" series will utilize NFL analysts, reporters, insiders and NFL Nation reporters for live on-site updates highlighting every team in the league.

Reporter Sal Paolantonio and analyst Ron Jaworski kick off ESPN's coverage from Buffalo Bills camp on Monday. ESPN will have an on-site set there and at four other team camps: New York Giants (Tuesday, July 22), Denver Broncos (Thursday, July 24), New England Patriots (Friday, July 25) and Indianapolis Colts (Monday, July 28). Injury analyst Stephania Bell will be at several camps including Bills, San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders.

ESPN's weekday NFL Insiders (3 p.m. ET) and NFL Live (4 p.m.) will also feature training camp updates, as will daily ESPN Radio shows.

In addition to some NFL Nation reporters providing live updates on SportsCenter and NFL shows, the 32 team reporters will provide comprehensive coverage of their respective teams on, including training camp previews, daily reports, blogs on hot topics, weekly videos, analysis of cuts, and projections about each team's final 53-man roster.

You can be sure Coley Harvey will be leading the way in Cincinnati Bengals coverage. Reporters will also engage with fans through live chats. will also post a John Clayton training camp preview and tour. In the lead-up to training camp, ESPN Insider will examine the pivotal position battles taking place across the league and provide analysis of the teams in both leagues most likely to rise or fall in the standings this season.

SportsCenter NFL Training Camp Schedule:

Date Team Reporter(s)
Mon, July 21 Buffalo Bills Sal Paolantonio, host and Ron Jaworski, analyst
Tue, July 22 New York Giants Josina Anderson, host and Antonio Pierce, analyst
Wed, July 23 Dallas Cowboys Jeannine Edwards, reporter
Thu, July 24 Denver Broncos Paolantonio and Tom Jackson, analyst
Washington Redskins Britt McHenry, reporter
Dallas Cowboys Edwards
Cincinnati Bengals Coley Harvey, NFL Nation reporter
Fri, July 25 New England Patriots Hannah Storm, host and Tedy Bruschi, analyst
Seattle Seahawks John Clayton, sr. writer
San Francisco 49ers Ed Werder, reporter
Jacksonville Jaguars Michael DiRocco, NFL Nation reporter
Tennessee Titans Paul Kuharsky, NFL Nation reporter
Sat, July 26 Pittsburgh Steelers McHenry
Cleveland Browns Bob Holtzman, reporter
Oakland Raiders Paul Gutierrez, NFL Nation reporter
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pat Yasinskas, NFL Nation reporter
Sun, July 27 Philadelphia Eagles Paolantonio
Green Bay Packers Michele Steele, reporter
St. Louis Rams Edwards
Minnesota Vikings Ben Goessling, NFL Nation reporter
Mon, July 28 Indianapolis Colts Holtzman and Jeff Saturday, analyst
Chicago Bears Steele
Kansas City Chiefs Edwards
San Diego Chargers Eric Williams, NFL Nation reporter
Tue, July 29 Miami Dolphins James Walker, NFL Nation reporter
Carolina Panthers Marty Smith, reporter
New Orleans Saints McHenry
New York Jets Anderson
Atlanta Falcons Vaughn McClure, NFL Nation reporter
Wed, July 30 Arizona Cardinals Holtzman
Houston Texans Werder
Baltimore Ravens Paolantonio
Detroit Lions Michael Rothstein, NFL Nation reporter

*All assignments subject to change.