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Updated Super Bowl 50 Odds with NFL training camps looming

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The Packers have overtaken the Seahawks for the best odds to win Super Bowl 50.

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With July 4th weekend in the books, we're just about three weeks away from the start of NFL training camps.

We now have a good idea of what all 32 teams will look like going into camp. That's why Bovada's latest Super Bowl odds are the same for the most part at the top. But, the Bengals have taken a bit of a fall.

The Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots are still at the top, but it's the Pack who are on top now with 6-1 odds. Seattle is now down from 5-1 odds in late March to 13-2 odds.

The Pats have also taken a bit of a dip. They went from 6-1 odds back in March to 9-1 odds now, which makes sense with Tom Brady's four-game suspension. It's still unclear if he'll actually miss any games as his appeal for his punishment has yet to be decided.

As for the Cincinnati Bengals, they've taken a small drop from 25-1 to 33-1 odds since April. Given those are the 13th-best odds, it seems pretty fair. However, if Cincinnati had even one playoff win under their belts, they'd probably be a few spots higher. Their roster overall is simply better than the Giants, Cardinals, Ravens, and Eagles, all of whom have better odds.

Here's a look at the latest odds to win Super Bowl 50 from Bovada:

Green Bay Packers 6-1

Seattle Seahawks 13-2

Indianapolis Colts 8-1

New England Patriots 9-1

Dallas Cowboys 10-1

Denver Broncos 12-1

Philadelphia Eagles 20-1

Pittsburgh Steelers 25-1

Arizona Cardinals 25-1

Baltimore Ravens 25-1

New York Giants 28-1

Buffalo Bills 33-1

Cincinnati Bengals 33-1

Kansas City Chiefs 33-1

Minnesota Vikings 33-1

San Francisco 49ers 33-1

Miami Dolphins 33-1

New Orleans Saints 40-1

Atlanta Falcons 40-1

Carolina Panthers 40-1

Detroit Lions 40-1

San Diego Chargers 50-1

Chicago Bears 50-1

Houston Texans 50-1

St. Louis Rams 50-1

New York Jets 50-1

Oakland Raiders 66-1

Cleveland Browns 75-1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 100-1

Washington Redskins 125-1

Jacksonville Jaguars 200-1

Tennessee Titans 200-1