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Former Texans defensive end Mario Williams is suing to get a pricey engagement ring back, says David Barron of the Houston Chronicle.
Gary Kubiak wants to see Collin Klein’s progress at quarterback, says Ganguli.
Texans first-round pick DeAndre Hopkins told Ganguli the idea of all he has overcome is blown out of proportion, but she’s not so sure he’s right about that.
The Colts' Bjoern Werner is proof that American football isn’t just for Americans anymore, says Phillip B. Wilson of the Indianapolis Star. Werner was one of a record 10 foreign-born players drafted.
Is there another Gary Brackett or Melvin Bullitt in the Colts' crop of 10 undrafted rookies? Mike Chappell of the Star looks at the new guys.
The Colts will return to Anderson, Ind. for training camp, writes Chappell.
Twenty-nine players from last year’s roster are already gone as part of the Jaguars’ roster reshaping, says Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union.
The Jaguars are meeting with veteran free-agent cornerback Marcus Trufant, says Ryan O’Halloran of the Times-Union.
The Jaguars signed two rookies out of their rookie tryouts. O’Halloran says running back De’Leon Eskridge of San Jose State and defensive end J.J. Griggs of Akron are now on the roster.
Robert Johnson is still recovering from midfoot surgery, but thinks he will be back in action by mid-June, says John Glennon of The Tennessean.
A deeper look at third-round linebacker Zaviar Gooden, from Tom Gower of Total Titans.
A deeper look at fourth-rounder Brian Schwenke, from Gower.