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The Texans draft class is ready to attend the NFL’s rookie symposium, says Kara Cook of the team’s website.
A slimmer Brandon Brooks will fare a lot better on the Texans' offensive line, says Battle Red Blog.
Who is eligible to be on the Texans’ practice squad this season? Patrick Starr of State of the Texans has compiled a list.
It’s nearly time for Justice Cunningham, the NFL draft’s Mr. Irrelevant, to collect the spoils that come with being the last player drafted, says Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star.
Looking at the receivers who will fight for the spots at the bottom of the depth chart, with Marcus Dugan of Colts Authority.
The 50 greatest Colts (Indianapolis and Baltimore) of all time, from Brad Wells of Stampede Blue.
Once fans see the improvements that will be made to EverBank Field, Shad Khan says it’ll be impossible for them to stay home to watch the Jaguars. Here’s Action News’ report.
Khan and the Jaguars are putting their commitment to the city into action, says Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union.
Khan emphasized the Jaguars’ London commitment is only for four games over four seasons, says Ryan O’Halloran.
The latest edition of John Oehser’s mailbag at Jaguars.com.
Justin Hunter tested out his hamstring on the final day of offseason work for the Titans, says John Glennon of The Tennessean. Hunter sneaked into a play when the Titans were running game-like segments of practice, but offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains caught and stopped him.
Mike Munchak ended minicamp and the Titans’ offseason work a day early, says Glennon.
Munchak and Loggains really like what they saw from the wide receivers through the offseason, says Glennon.