RTC: New role for Ziggy Hood

Ziggy Hood not only changed teams, he's also changing positions. He and the Jaguars are excited about both moves.

Hood spent his first five seasons in the NFL as a 3-4 defensive end with Pittsburgh, but one of the reasons he signed with the Jaguars in March was their commitment to moving him to defensive tackle in Gus Bradley's 4-3 scheme. That's where he played -- and excelled -- at Missouri and it's Hood's natural position, writes the Florida Times-Union's Hays Carlyon.

"He's really enjoying it," Bradley said. "... We're seeing great get-up and explosiveness. For him, it's just reps. I think training camp will be really good for him. He's understanding our tempo, learning our defense, what's asked of him, but I think you will see him fine tune it in camp."

Here are some additional pieces of Jagars-related content from around the Web in our Reading the Coverage feature:

John Oehser of Jaguars.com writes that quarterback Chad Henne remained steady throughout organized team activities.

Catherine Byerly of the Jacksonville Business Journal writes that Jaguars fans can get some hometown cooking at games this season.

The Jaguars aren't going to be the subject of the HBO series "Hard Knocks" because the league selected the Atlanta Falcons. Carlyon writes that Jaguars were one of eight teams the NFL could have forced to do the program.

The T-U's Ryan O'Halloran writes that receivers Ace Sanders and Mike Brown returned to the field on Thursday.