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NFL senior vice president for events Frank Supovitz is visiting Houston for an on-site inspection that’s part of the process for a city to get a Super Bowl, writes John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.
Looking at the top tight end prospects in the draft, with Tania Ganguli.
Andrew Luck thinks he can improve everywhere, says Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star. A higher completion percentage, fewer interceptions and taking fewer hits are among the goals.
Injury updates on Pat Angerer and Josh Chapman, from Phillip B. Wilson of the Star.
Adam Vinatieri remembers Pat Summerall and the announcer’s call of one of Vinatieri’s game winning kicks. (Videos.)
GM David Caldwell says cornerback is the most difficult position to evaluate, says Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.
Blaine Gabbert isn’t worried about the possibility of the Jaguars drafting a quarterback, says O’Halloran.
Tight end Marcedes Lewis expects to get the ball in his hands in the Jaguars’ new offense, says Vito Stellino of the T-U.
The Titans will be comfortable playing three safeties in order to combat some of the personnel groupings they will see. John Glennon of The Tennessean talked to defensive coordinator Jerry Gray about it.
Here’s the Titans hat the No. 10 draft pick will wear after his name is called in New York, from Wyatt.