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CHASKA, Minn. -- A hole-by-hole look at Hazeltine National, site of the 41st Ryder Cup matches on Sept. 30-Oct. 2:No. 1, 442 yards, par 4: On the card, this is nearly 50 yards shorter than it was for the 2009 PGA Championship. The landing area is squeezed by fairway bunkers. Scoring depends on whether the approach is on the right tier of the green, which could be the difference between a good birdie chance or a tough time lagging it close.No. 2, 429 yards, par 4: A dogleg to the left will leave little more than a wedge into the green. A fairway bunker on the left side requires a more accurate tee and might force some to play more conservatively. The hole is located behind big bunkers that are front left of the green.No. 3, 633 yards, par 5: The tee shot must avoid bunkers on the left side of the fairway. The best approach is to a flat spot in the fairway about 130 yards out that leaves a wedge into the large green, which allows for a variety of pin positions.No. 4, 210 yards, par 3: The green is surrounded by bunkers and has a shelf in the back that is difficult to hold tee shots. The green slopes severely from front to back.No. 5, 352 yards, par 4: This was the 14th hole in the 2009 PGA Championship, where Y.E. Yang chipped in for eagle against Tiger Woods. A new cross bunker short of the green enhances the risk-reward character of the hole.No. 6, 642 yards, par 5: A new tee makes this par even longer, bringing bunkers into play on the tee shot and the second shot. It still comes down to a wedge and a putt to try to win the hole.No. 7, 402 yards, par 4: The signature hole at Hazeltine (typically No. 16). The drive is over Hazeltine Lake but must be kept short of a creek that runs down the left side of the fairway. The narrow, elevated green angles away and makes it difficult to hold. Pin positions on the right side bring the lake into play.No. 8, 186 yards, par 3: The green is surrounded by bunkers and water. A large bowl in the front left portion of the green will capture any shots not hit hard enough, and when the pin is to the back, its a difficult two-putt.No. 9, 475 yards, par 4: This normally is the closing hole at Hazeltine. The tee shot has to fit between bunkers on both sides of the fairway. The approach is to a green that has three tiers.No. 10, 452 yards, par 4: A dogleg left where the hole dips down the hill toward Hazeltine Lake. The pin positions at the back of the green are the most difficult because they bring the lake into play, and a ridge that bisects the green can lead to tough two-putts if a player is on the wrong side.No. 11, 606 yards, par 5: A big drive to the corner of the dogleg will allow players to take on a cluster of bunkers and go for the green. Either way, a par is unlikely to win this hole. This is where Rich Beem hit 5-wood into 6 feet for the only eagle made on the 11th hole in the 2002 PGA Championship.No. 12, 518 yards, par 4: This was a long, strong par 4 even before some 50 yards were added. The landing area is reasonably wide. The green, however, is shallow and firm. Other than a slick slope in the front of the green, most putts are relatively flat, but subtle breaks and the length of the hole will make birdies quite rare.No. 13, 248 yards, par 3: The longest par 4 is followed by the longest par 3. A pond is to the left, trees are on the right and bunkers are front and right.No. 14, 448 yards, par 4: The routing goes back to the front nine to begin the closing stretch. This typically is No. 5, and a new tee has added nearly 50 yards. Long hitters can try to carry the bunkers. The green is narrow and the deep bunkers in the front and on the sides are to be avoided at all costs.No. 15, 405 yards, par 4: Trees line both sides of the narrow fairway. As long as the ball is in the short grass, players can attack the pin on a long green that sits between bunkers on the right and a pond on the left.No. 16, 572 yards, par 5: The shortest of the par 5s comes with risk. There is a pond left of the green, and the green is difficult to hold with a long club when the wind is at the players back. Fairway bunkers have been added on the left side of the landing area to make the tee shot more challenging.No. 17, 176 yards, par 3: This could be an exciting par 3 for matches that get this far. The small green has water in the front and bunkers behind it. To go after the flag, especially when its in the narrow front section of the green, is a dangerous shot.No. 18, 432 yards, par 4: Bunkers on both sides of the fairway make this one of the most difficult driving holes on the course. The approach is uphill to a green that is difficult to see. Anything long or left of the pin when its on the right side will make par difficult. 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NFL Nation reporters assess the?top storylines to watch Tuesday for all 32 teams.AFC East | AFC North| AFC South | AFC West NFC East | NFC North | NFC South | NFC WestAFC EASTBuffalo BillsThe Bills will be under the lights Tuesday for the first time this camp, and all eyes will be on former Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush. The 11th-year veteran signed with the Bills on Monday?and expects to be on the practice field Tuesday, though Bush believes he will need about a week to fully acclimate back to football after he missed the offseason while recovering from season-ending knee surgery. -- Mike RodakMiami DolphinsThe Dolphins will hold their first night practice of training camp, and a big focus will be on the offense and quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The defense is winning a majority of the battles so far. Tannehill, who worked tirelessly to improve this offseason, has yet to post a dominant practice to get the offense going. -- James WalkerNew England PatriotsTuesday is the first day off of training camp for the Patriots, following a Monday night in-stadium practice after RB Kevin Faulks induction into the Patriots Hall of Fame. Through five days of camp, one of the most notable sound bites regarding the teams personnel came from coach Bill Belichick, who told Sirius XM NFL Radio, I think the competition at receiver is as good as its been since Ive been here [2000]. Some tough decisions will have to be made after roster locks Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola, Chris Hogan and Malcolm Mitchell, with Aaron Dobson, Keshawn Martin, Chris Harper, Nate Washington, Devin Lucien and DeAndre Carter among those competing for what could be one spot. -- Mike ReissNew York JetsDefensive end Sheldon Richardson, excused from the first four days of practice for a personal reason, could make his camp debut on Tuesday. Richardson dropped weight after an underwhelming 2015 season, and hes looking forward to recapturing his 2014 form. That season, he was regarded as a rising star. He could be playing for a contract, so he will be highly motivated. He faces a one-game suspension for violating the personal conduct policy, but it shouldnt affect his training-camp reps. -- Rich CiminiAFC NORTHBaltimore RavensThe Ravens competition at running back remains tight as Baltimore heads into its first off day Tuesday. The Ravens depth chart is still Justin Forsett, Buck Allen and Terrance West. The back that has generated the most buzz is West, who has been the most explosive runner so far in camp. He has a legitimate shot to win the job if he continues to play like this. -- Jamison HensleyCincinnati BengalsReceiver James Wright, who hasnt appeared in a game since Nov. 30, 2014, was cleared Monday for his first training camp practice since then. He took full advantage, lining up in a few 11-on-11 drills and participating in special teams work as a gunner. His development will be worth tracking this summer as the Bengals figure out their receiver depth behind A.J. Green. Wright was just coming into his own as a rookie in 2014 when he suffered a knee injury that kept him out all of the past season. Hell slowly begin running more routes and participating more fully in 11-on-11s as camp trudges along. -- Coley HarveyCleveland BrownsCorey Coleman continues to show why he was the Browns first-round draft choice. Coleman has stood out in camp with his quickness and aggressiveness going for the ball -- traits the Browns said they liked when they drafted him. The challenge for Coleman now is to keep pushing through the tough days of camp, with one more practice Tuesday before the teams first off day. -- Pat McManamonPittsburgh SteelersTight end Jesse James, who sits atop the depth chart with Ladarius Green out, has the Steelers attention with his progress after an eight-catch rookie year. The Steelers know they cant replace Heath Miller but feel good about the tight end group, especially James 6-foot-7 frame and work ethic. He looks like a man this year, offensive coordinator Todd Haley said of James. Got himself in great condition. -- Jeremy FowlerAFC SOUTHHouston TexansInjuries are already piling up for the Texans at offensive tackle, and theyll be tested in camp by the likes of Jadeveon Clowney in the days ahead. With starting right tackle Derek Newton out a few weeks because of the strained hamstring he suffered Sunday, the Texans activated Jeff Adams from the physically unable to perform (PUP) list. Adams, who suffered a torn patellar tendon in 2015, is expected to get significant work at right tackle as a potential replacement for Newton. Starting left tackle Duane Brown is also on the PUP list as he recovers from offseason surgery on a torn quadriceps tendon, which leaves veteran Chris Clark as the starter on the left side. -- Ben DuBoseIndianapolis ColtsThe good news is Colts coach Chuck Pagano said Monday that he plans to play the healthy players in Sundays preseason opener against the Green Bay Packers. Of course, quarterback Andrew Luck and the rest of the marquee players likely wont play much. The not-so-good news is Pagano believes his team still has a lot to work on between now and Sunday. Its a heightened sense of urgency, Pagano said. We cant waste a day. We cant afford to take any steps backward. Were going to keep moving. Were going to keep practicing. We got guys nicked up, dinged up, this, that and the other. Were adding volume in all three phases, and they have to stay up with it, from a mental standpoint and physical standpoint, and handle the grind. They arent going to feel great -- nobody feels great -- but we have to go. -- Mike WellsJacksonville JaguarsThe Jaguars will be in full pads for the first time, and its time to keep an eye on DEs Dante Fowler Jr. and Yannick Ngakoue. The Jaguars are counting on those two players -- neither of whom has played an NFL snap (Fowler missed his rookie season with a torn ACL) -- to provide rush off the edge. Both have looked exceptionally quick in one-on-one matchups in helmets and shoulder pads, but this will be the first full-contact work for them. Its critical that the Jaguars get something from these young players this season or the team may have to explore outside possibilities. -- Mike DiRoccoTennessee TitansThe Titans didnt run much three-wide on Monday in their first day in pads. Will we see more of that Tuesday, when they are hitting again? If so, it means more snaps with Kendall Wright on the field, as he has been playing almost exclusively inside. Less has meant more for Wright, as he has made a handful of the sort of big plays the Titans covet. Look for him to continue to find cracks in the middle of the field where QB Marcus Mariota can reliably find him. -- Paul KuharskyAFC WESTDenver BroncosThe Broncos have had plenty of chances to see what Shane Ray and Shaquil Barrett can do at outside linebacker, as DeMarcus Ware has not practiced in training camp because of a back injury and Von Miller has not taken part in a full practice after he missed the offseason program because of his contract negotiations. That has meant Ray and Barrett have the outside linebackers in the starting defense, so they have had a chance to show their progress. The two have been impactful players in practice, and the Broncos will use them plenty in the rotation. After Mondays practice, Miller called Barrett flawless so far in camp. -- Jeff LegwoldKansas City ChiefsTyler Brays ability to throw the deep ball could eventually convince the Chiefs to make him the No. 2 quarterback instead of Aaron Murray. Bray put his ability on display at practice with a couple perfectly placed deep throws, though one was dropped. Thats one of his strengths, coach Andy Reid said. I know he enjoys doing it. He was good at it in college, and hes carried that on to this level. Hes got a nice feel and touch for it. The deep ball is an element the Chiefs dont get much with starter Alex Smith, who hasnt shown a willingness to throw deep or great efficiency when he does. -- Adam TeicherOakland RaidersDan Williams started 15 of 16 games at defensive tackle last season, yet has been supplanted on the interior of the D-line through four training camp practices by Justin Ellis, even though Williams and Ellis were often linemates in a 4-3 scheme last season. Thus far, we as a staff think that Jelly is ahead of Dan, but were a long way from lining it up in September, Raiders coach Jack Del Rio said. Its just a matter of who gets to trot out first, but theyre all going to play. Said Williams, In the end, the coaches are going to do whatevers best for our team and whatever they decide I guess well just have to roll with. -- Paul GutierrezSan Diego ChargersWith players putting pads on for the first time Monday, free-agent addition Brandon Mebane stood out for San Diegos defense. A handful of times during team drills, the run-stuffing nose tackle knifed through the defense to make plays in the offensive backfield. The Chargers take a day off on Tuesday, but Mebane is a player to watch as the team reconvenes Wednesday afternoon.dddddddddddd Hes like a little fire hydrant in there, fellow defensive lineman Corey Liuget said. Hes short and strong, so hes not going anywhere. -- Eric D. WilliamsNFC EASTDallas CowboysAlthough the Cowboys will be deliberate with Dez Bryant in his comeback from foot surgery, it will be important for the wide receiver to have multiple days of work to do more than just knock off rust. Coach Jason Garrett often cites Michael Irvins ability to run all day in his Hall of Fame career and wants to see Bryant run all day. No one runs more than receivers and DBs in this league, so you have to be able to do it, and you have to be able to maintain your technique and your level of play as you play snap after snap after snap, Garrett said. -- Todd ArcherNew York GiantsThe Giants will see where star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. stands when they take the field for their first full-padded practice of the summer. Beckham suffered superficial lacerations?on his left leg Sunday but was walking with a heavy limp after practice. Was a day of rest sufficient? The Giants had practice off on Monday. -- Jordan RaananPhiladelphia EaglesAfter one week of training camp, quarterback Carson Wentz is off to a great start, according to offensive coordinator Frank Reich. But Reich is impressed with the way starting QB Sam Bradford keeps it simple when hes running the offense. Bradford said, When youre thinking, you want to make the perfect play, the perfect throw. You realize you cant do it all the time. A completion here, a checkdown there -- those are good plays. -- Phil SheridanWashington RedskinsThe Redskins wont have rookie receiver Josh Doctson back any time soon. Hes still dealing with a sore Achilles/foot injury and is at least a week from returning, according to multiple team officials. Doctson, a 2016 first-round pick, has yet to practice with the veterans since he was drafted because of the injury he suffered in the spring. -- John KeimNFC NORTHChicago BearsSeventh-round pick Daniel Braverman is quickly becoming a fan favorite in Bourbonnais, Illinois. The 5-foot-10 wide receiver makes at least one tough catch seemingly every practice, much to the delight of those diehards who travel 60 miles south of Chicago to watch the Bears work out. Despite his smaller stature, Braverman is strongly in the mix for one of Chicagos final roster spots at receiver. Recent injuries to Marquess Wilson (PUP/foot), Eddie Royal (concussion) and Josh Bellamy (ankle) have further opened the door for Braverman to receive an extended look from the coaching staff. So far, Braverman is making the most of his opportunities. -- Jeff DickersonDetroit LionsCoach Jim Caldwell wants his team to be competitive during training camp practices. But combative? Nope, he isnt into that. Practice with the Lions jumped from competitive to possibly combative Monday when guard Laken Tomlinson got into it with defensive tackle Stefan Charles after an individual offensive versus defensive line rep. Although it didnt appear that any punches were thrown, there was a stare down and then some shoving. It is the kind of fire that could help the Lions this season, if they are able to carry it over to games. -- Michael RothsteinGreen Bay PackersThe only one of the six players on the physically unable to perform list who has returned is starting right guard T.J. Lang. That means we probably wont see receiver Jordy Nelson (knee), receiver Ty Montgomery (ankle), tight end Jared Cook (foot) and center Corey Linsley (hamstring) on the practice field this week. The next question for Lang is whether he and the rest of the available starters will play in Sundays Hall of Fame game. -- Rob DemovskyMinnesota VikingsWhile players get their first day off of training camp on Tuesday, the Vikings organization will mark a big occasion. The team will hold a ceremonial groundbreaking on its new practice facility in Eagan, Minnesota, with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell expected to be in attendance. Vikings owners Zygi and Mark Wilf will be there, as will coach Mike Zimmer and several Vikings players. The new facility, which will be built on the site of the former headquarters of Northwest Airlines, is slated to open in time for the 2018 season. -- Ben GoesslingNFC SOUTHAtlanta FalconsThe Falcons return for their fifth practice of training camp on Tuesday after having Monday off. Competition remains a primary theme, so it will be worth keeping an eye on the linebacker situation. Falcons coaches tinkered with playing middle linebacker competitors Paul Worrilow and rookie Deion Jones together the latest time out, with Worrilow playing the weak-side spot as Jones continued his education. -- Vaughn McClureCarolina PanthersHow does coach Ron Rivera want players to spend their first day off after five consecutive days of camp in near 100-degree temperatures? Resting, icing, recuperating. Its been a tough five days, Rivera said. Many players will retreat to their homes in Charlotte, North Carolina, to sleep in their own beds. Some will hang around Wofford College, not wanting to waste a moment away from their air-conditioned dorm rooms. Rivera hopes all are rested and ready to get back to work by Tuesday night. -- David NewtonNew Orleans SaintsCoach Sean Payton said the Saints will be relying on some youth to fill the roster at the cornerback position behind projected starters Delvin Breaux and Keenan Lewis. That group includes 2015 draft picks Damian Swann and P.J. Williams, but it could also include some undrafted rookies from this years class. Payton said he has been encouraged by what he has seen so far; he mentioned Colorados Ken Crawley after Crawley had an impressive interception against Drew Brees in full-team drills Sunday. On Monday, Texas A&Ms DeVante Harris had a strong day with multiple big plays. The Saints will have their first off-day Tuesday. -- Mike TriplettTampa Bay BuccaneersAfter five straight practice days, including two in pads, the Bucs get Tuesday off. Coach Dirk Koetter named Adam Humphries the third wide receiver and said first-round draft pick Vernon Hargreaves will start lining up with the first-team defense Wednesday. Also, offensive line depth has taken a bit of a hit, with J.R. Sweezy still not practicing because of a back injury and rookie Caleb Benenoch currently in a walking boot with an ankle injury. -- Jenna LaineNFC WESTArizona CardinalsWide receiver John Brown is in the NFLs concussion protocol, coach Bruce Arians said, after a play late in Sundays practice led to Brown hitting his head on the field. Without Brown, the Cardinals will get a better look at how well the bottom few receivers on the depth chart, mainly J.J. Nelson, Jaron Brown and Britt Golden, have progressed this offseason. Itll give receivers such as Jaxon Shipley, Amir Carlisle and Chris Hubert an opportunity to move up on the depth chart, albeit briefly. -- Josh WeinfussLos Angeles RamsThe Rams had special team practice on Monday. Receiver Duke Williams and running back Aaron Green -- both rookie free agents -- had some good moments. Thats how players make the team, especially young guys, cornerback Trumaine Johnson said. This is the most exciting practice for me, to see what young guys step up. Its the first day in pads, so you know its going to be physical. It was fun out here to see some young guys get to work. -- staffSan Francisco 49ersThe 49ers have plenty of experience with the uptempo Chip Kelly practice. But Tuesday will offer the chance to really see what its like when the pads come on for the first time. With competition at a number of spots on the roster, particularly on both lines, adding pads will help bring some clarity. The biggest deal with any of those guys, whether it be offensive linemen or defensive linemen, we still have not had pads on yet, Kelly said. So to be able to say, Hey, this guys this, or This guys that, it really wont happen until we get in full pads, and obviously, the offseason program and then here for the first few days, were still not going to be in full pads. So once we start to get the pads on, I think youll see, especially in the line of play, some guys kind of separate themselves from the other guys. -- Nick WagonerSeattle SeahawksThe Seahawks are banged up at running back. Thomas Rawls remains on the PUP list, and rookie C.J. Prosise is dealing with a hamstring injury that will sideline him for seven to 10 days. So far, the three remaining backs,?Christine Michael, Alex Collins and Zac Brooks,?have rotated with the first team. The coaches know what they have in Michael, but Collins has a chance to make a strong impression as camp goes on. The team likes what Brooks brings to the table as a receiver. 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