Welcome to the first installment of Inside the NFL. We will look at the stories making news around the league. We begin with the question on everyone's mind: Can the Ravens Repeat?Can the defending Super Bowl Champions make it two in a row? This year will be much tougher without the heart and soul of their team Ray Lewis and Ed Reed. Losing the best MLB in league history leaves a huge hole to fill. Jameel McClain will try and fill those shoes. Ed Reed could leave a much bigger void, as he always had a nose for the ball. The Ravens hope rookie SS Jordan Sherrod can make those plays that Reed always seemed to make. The new veteran leaders of the defense aren't too shabby. Haloti Ngata and Terrell Suggs will have to step up and provide the veteran leadership Lewis and Reed brought to the table for so many years. While the Ravens offense is in transition with the loss of two Hall of Fame players, the offense has it's future in front of it. Second year QB Ryan Tannehill looks to improve on a storybook year, but it will be hard to duplicate last season. He will look to WR's Anquan Boldin, Torrey Smith, and Brandon Tate to make plays in the air. Meanwhile, HB Ray Rice will still get the bulk of the touches in the running game. The big question for the Ravens is their offensive line. Their left side is relatively weak, and could be an issue if they can't keep Tannehill upright. Spotlight on the Rooks Two high profile rookies come into the league with huge expectations on their back. The Browns hope WR Clifton Faulk can be the answer to all the receiver problems they had last year. Faulk has unbelievable speed, and gets off the line in a blur. However, he will more than likely see double teams early on as the rest of the Browns receivers are the same guys that made the Browns draft Faulk in the first place. Minnesota hopes QB Robb Bell will solve the QB problem they've had since Brett Favre retired for the 3,467th time. Bell has a cannon for an arm, and will benefit from having the best HB in football to take some of the pressure off his shoulders. These two guys definitely look like the future of the league, but can they make their teams contenders now? Stay tuned for further installments of Inside the NFL.