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Brett FavreBruce Kluckhohn/US PresswireVikings QB Brett Favre's future is up in the air.

• Mike Golic shares training camp fight stories from his playing days. Best of Mike & Mike

ESPN NFL insider John Clayton says Brett Favre's ankle is the biggest concern for everyone involved. Favre might be too hurt to play now, but that could change.
John Clayton

ESPN NFL insider Chris Mortensen says it's possible Brett Favre's agent, Bus Cook, could be manipulating the Vikings because he knows owner Zygi Wilf desperately wants Favre to return. Chris Mortensen

ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter says he was skeptical when the Brett Favre retirement news broke. Why didn't the Vikings prepare for this possibility and get another QB this offseason? Adam Schefter

ESPN NFL analyst Herm Edwards says Minnesota needs to move on as if they won't have Brett Favre. Edwards also explains how he managed training camp as a coach in the league. Herm Edwards

Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Dick LeBeau says his feet haven't touched the ground since getting the news he'll be inducted into the Hall of Fame. No matter how many years he coaches, he'll always think of himself as a player. Dick LeBeau

Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Russ Grimm explains what it means to him to be inducted to the Hall of Fame. He was so comfortable with the other Hogs on the offensive line in Washington that they used their kids' names to make calls. Russ Grimm

Former Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy says the Brett Favre retirement story isn't real until he talks to Vikings coach Brad Childress directly. Plus, Dungy talks about training camp absences and how Michael Vick is doing. Tony Dungy

Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic preview the season for the Pittsburgh Steelers, answering the five biggest questions facing the team. Greeny predicts a 9-7 record for the Steelers. Golic also says 9-7. Pittsburgh Steelers

Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic preview the season for the New England Patriots, answering the five biggest questions facing the team. Greeny predicts an 8-8 record for the Patriots, while Golic says 9-7. New England Patriots

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