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Who had the best defensive end season in AFC South history? Nate Dunlevy of Bleacher Report asks and examines.
The Texans are playing a numbers game, as Whitney Mercilus is now wearing 59 (which used to belong to DeMeco Ryans) and undrafted rookie linebacker Shawn Loiseau has Mario Williams’ old 90, says Dale Robertson of the Houston Chronicle.
Houston plans to bid for the 2017 Super Bowl, says David Barron of the Chronicle.
Ryan Grigson thinks Cassius Vaughn has not hit his ceiling yet, says Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star.
Mike Chappell of the Star discusses continuing coverage in Indy of Peyton Manning and other former Colts.
Thirty-year-old fullback Naufahu Tahi served his Mormon mission in Jacksonville and now he’s back, trying to earn a roster spot with the Jaguars, says Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union.
Why Mike Thomas is not likely to be on the roster bubble, from Ganguli. Thomas would really have to bomb for this to become any sort of an issue, and Lee Evans would have to really bounce back.
The Jaguars have opened up contract talks with some of their draft picks, says Ganguli.
It’s time for Titans cornerback Jason McCourty to take on a bigger leadership role, writes John Glennon of The Tennessean. I agree and I think McCourty is ready to do it.
Glennon found Golf Channel video of Jordan Babineaux getting golf tips.