Meet Jen Welter, the NFL’s first female coach

The Arizona Cardinals hired Jen Welter as an intern during training camp and preseason to coach inside linebackers. Welter is the first woman to coach NFL players.

Former Redskins tight end says he's not holding out hope for a quick signing.

Ignore their record. The Redskins have never, ever lost their resolve.

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Redskins mailbag: More RGIII criticism, Perry Riley’s job security and Sean Taylor

In one final pre-training camp mailbag, you ask the questions and Mike Jones provides the answers.

Redskins training-camp preview edition of Post Sports Live

Mike Jones, Liz Clarke and Dan Steinberg join Gene Wang for a video roundtable previewing Washington's season.

Is Joe Barry the man for the job? Plus four more things to watch on defense during Redskins training camp

Thus far, 2015 has featured a great deal of change on defense. Some of those developments are optimism, but uncertainty looms.

It's a steamy hot take on "First Take."

Now, she wants to become the first full-time assistant coach.

Jen Welter, a 14-year veteran of women's football leagues, was also the first woman to play a non-kicking position in a men's pro league.

The two sides continue discussions, but neither is willing to budge just yet.

Who's more fun than J.J. Watt? (Don't say Gronk.)

The NFL seems to be shooting itself in the foot.

The real determining factor, though, will be whether he can still play.

They want very much to face him and the Patriots in the season opener.

Will the Patriots have to prepare both Tom Brady and Jimmy Garoppolo to start the opener? That's just one of many quarterback story lines as NFL players report to training camp.

This could be epic.

The Bills running back fires back at all those who mocked him for the creepy-sounding event.

Once upon a time, the Chiefs running back competed in the Special Olympics as a 10-year-old with a learning disability.

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has undergone left hip replacement surgery. He plans to be with the team as usual when training camp starts in California this week.

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Ryan Williams, one of the possible replacements for NFL rushing champion DeMarco Murray, has been released by the Cowboys.

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Quarterback Josh Freeman has re-signed with the Miami Dolphins four days after they released him.

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The Houston Texans have placed outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney on the physically unable to perform list.

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The Arizona Cardinals have hired Jen Welter to coach inside linebackers through their upcoming training camp and preseason.

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The New Orleans Saints have added tight end Kevin Brock and offensive lineman Cole Manhart after formally releasing outside linebacker Junior Galette.

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The Minnesota Vikings acquired Mike Wallace for his speed and his experience at the wide receiver position.

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Todd Haley came up with the number. Ben Roethlisberger didn’t see any reason to argue.

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Mike Wallace has joined Minnesota’s offense as more than just a wide receiver for deep routes.

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Carolina Panthers offense tackle Jonathan Martin, the lineman harassed during the Miami Dolphins’ 2013 bullying scandal, is contemplating retirement following a back injury.

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Johnny Manziel had an uneventful summer, but his improved behavior hasn’t changed his position on Cleveland’s depth chart.

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Defensive end Da’Quan Bowers is getting another opportunity to prove himself with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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The Indianapolis Colts are still trying to firm up their offensive line.

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The NFL is preparing to send out instructions to game officials and teams explaining new rules for inspecting footballs.

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