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The upgrades of Reliant Stadium’s video boards are on track, writes John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.
James Baker, the former secretary of state who’s the honorary chairman of Houston’s Super Bowl bid committee, won’t be allowed to be part of the presentation because he’s a celebrity, says McClain.
What non-receivers make the most sense for the Texans at No. 27? Brett Kollmann of Battle Red Blog considers.
Four areas of interest as the Colts begin their nine-week offseason program, from Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star. “We have a bull’s-eye on our chest now,” coach Chuck Pagano said. “We aren’t going to sneak up on anybody. You have to prove yourself because nobody really cares about last year.”
Sizing up the Colts' status at running back as they head toward the draft, with Chappell.
The Jaguars will begin to get a sense of Gus Bradley’s tempo as a voluntary minicamp opens today in Jacksonville, says Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union. Four core principals will be emphasized.
A look at the history of the No. 2 pick in the NFL draft, a list the Jaguars will be adding to soon, from Vito Stellino of the Times-Union.
Former Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey said he can’t forecast whether Blaine Gabbert will be a franchise quarterback. Alfie Crow of Big Cat Country reviews what Mularkey told PFT.
Safety Bernard Pollard is putting his past behind him and not going to talk any more about the mutiny storyline from Baltimore, says John Glennon of The Tennessean.
Touring mock drafts to see who people have the Titans taking at No. 10, with Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
Considering Chance Warmack, Johnathan Cooper and Larry Warford as potential Titans draft picks with Tom Gower of Total Titans.