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PFT Mailbag: NFL oversight, Kamara trail
Mike Florio opens up the mailbag and answers your questions about what U.S. government oversight of the NFL would look like, NFL players giving fantasy advice, and more.

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Mike Florio discusses the need for systems that block NFL players from betting in the first place in wake of the recent wave of gambling-related NFL suspensions.
Mike Florio discusses the future of Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots as he explains how success leads to elevated expectations, which in turn can lead to impatience from fans.
Mike Florio dives into your questions into the lack of interest in doing an international game in Canada, the possibility of coaches being incentivized to stay below the salary cap, and more.
Mike Florio dives into the disconnect between Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs and the Buffalo Bills organization.

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There continues to be optimism about Broncos running back Javonte Williams’ availability for the start of training camp.
Last year, the Titans invested a third-round draft pick in quarterback Malik Willis.
Dak Prescott already has more passing yards than Roger Staubach and more touchdowns than both Troy Aikman and Staubach.
The way the Lions closed the 2022 season raised the bar for the team heading into this season and the NFL didn’t do anything to downplay that when they announced the schedule earlier this year.
Bradley Chubb is now a member of the Dolphins, but he was with the Broncos until being traded around last year’s deadline and that means he got a close view of quarterback Russell Wilson’s disappointing first season in Denver.
When the Chiefs received their Super Bowl rings last month, quarterback Patrick Mahomes said that was the final time that the team would celebrate their victory over the Eagles in Arizona.
Bengals defensive end Sam Hubbard has a personal accomplishment he’d like to hit this season, and he thinks he’s better-prepared to do it than ever before.
Steelers wide receiver Calvin Austin missed his entire rookie season last year, but he’s not sure that was a bad thing for him in the long run.