Denver Broncos QB Russell Wilson throws it back and more training camp arrivals

It's been about six months since the Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl and, already, the NFL offseason is coming to a close. After an offseason of dramatic QB moves, a big-money free agency period, a few weddings and one very notable un-retirement, training camps are opening and players are reporting to their teams.

Before starting jobs are decided and Super Bowl contenders begin their title quests, players need to ace the arrival to training camp.

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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers knows the assignment. He arrived in Green Bay going full Cameron Poe.

Rodgers, whose offseason included a contract extension with $101.5 million guaranteed and a new tattoo, channeled the protagonist from "Con Air." Perhaps Rodgers can slip the "Put the bunny back" line into a news conference.

The look prompted a prop bet from Caesars Sportsbook.

The reigning NFL MVP has a flair for drama and unique looks. Over the past few seasons, that has meant arriving to camp with big sunglasses or gnarly mustaches.

Another signal caller arrived to training camp in style with new Denver Broncos QB Russell Wilson wearing a throwback version of his own jersey.

DeAndre Hopkins is seeing Arizona Cardinals red, and he arrived with an appropriately colored car to back it up.

It didn't take long for former Cincinnati Bengals tight end C.J. Uzomah to show love to his new QB. Uzomah, in his first year with the New York Jets, donned a shirt featuring Zach Wilson to camp.

Indianapolis Colts linebacker Darius Leonard, now going by his middle name, Shaquille, arrived at Colts Camp in a sweet pickup truck and rocking a "Stranger Things" alternate jersey from the Indiana Fever.