RTC: Brazill says it's money or marijuana

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Houston Texans

Matt Schaub doesn’t harbor any ill will toward new teammate Joe Mays, who messed up Schaub’s ear with a vicious hit last season in the Texans-Broncos game, says Tania Ganguli of the Houston Chronicle. (Mays signed after this story.)

A video covering new fullback Greg Jones from the Chronicle.

D.J. Swearinger’s work ethic is drawing praise and he says it’s a result of his upbringing, writes Deepi Sidhu of the team’s website.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts should win nine or 10 games and return to the playoffs, says Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.

Bob Kravitz of the star considers a double standard in the NFL when it comes to marijuana and HGH.

To which I say: Credit to LaVon Brazill for saying the right thing about his four-game suspension: “It’s either money or marijuana.” He said it’s an obvious choice.

Thoughts on the way the Colts are lining up on the offensive line so far, from Kyle Rodriguez of Colts Authority.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Blaine Gabbert got kicked in the shin and suffered a sprained ankle, but it’s not expected to cost him much practice time, says Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.

First-year struggles were a good lesson for linebacker Brandon Marshall, says Hays Carlyon of the Times-Union.

The Jaguars don’t expect it’ll take much for Johnathan Cyprien to catch up once he returns from the hamstring injury that has him on PUP, says O’Halloran.

Cecil Shorts wore a microphone during practice for Jaguars.com.

To which I say: My favorite line from this: “You’ve got to show up on that film because if you ain’t showing up, someone else is showing up.”

Tennessee Titans

In a week, everyone will forget that Chance Warmack held out, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.

Receiver Kevin Walter (back) is bummed about being a spectator, says Wyatt.

A basketball game a few weeks ago told Kenny Britt his knee was definitely fine, says David Boclair of the Nashville City Paper.