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Left tackle Duane Brown has been boxing to train for the season, says Matt Musil of KHOU in Houston.
J.J. Watt remembers watching Steve Smith race a soldier during a USO stop in Afghanistan. (Video on the team’s website.)
Drew Dougherty and Marc Vandermeer take questions via Facebook in this video on the team's website.
The top five most underrated Texans, with Patrick Starr of State of the Texans spinning off of a Nick Scurfield list.
The Colts should wait and see what unfolds in Joe Lefeged’s case but part ways with LaVon Brazill, says Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star.
Matt Hasselbeck ranked a chance at a Super Bowl ahead of a chance to start, says Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star.
Dissecting why Wayne came up short of expected touchdowns with Kyle Rodriguez of Colts Authority.
How the Colts use their defensive linemen in their nickel package, from Kyle Winslow at Colts Authority.
Previewing the defensive line with Josh Wilson of Stampede Blue.
Justin Blackmon recently had groin surgery, but he could still be ready for the start of camp, says Ryan O’Halloran. Blackmon joins Jason Babin and Jordan Rodgers as Jaguars who’ve had groin surgery this offseason.
Reviewing the status of the Jaguars' draft picks from the fifth round and later, with John Oehser of Jaguars.com.
The potential for a Jaguars game at Daytona is a long way off, says Oehser.
Did the Jaguars get any better at tight end, asks Alfie Crow of Big Cat Country.
Can Geno Hayes be a starting outside linebacker, asks Crow.
The Titans should definitely hang onto wide receive Nate Washington, says David Climer of The Tennessean.
Tom Gower of Total Titans reviews Greg Cosell’s thoughts on Tennessee’s draft picks.
Conclusions about how the Titans got their sacks in 2012, from Gower.
Zach Brown still carries a chip on his shoulder over a pre-draft assessment that he was "allergic to contact," says Amie Wells of the team’s website. Brown is shooting for five sacks and five picks.