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The praise is flowing for J.J Watt. Wade Phillips is talking Hall of Fame. “The only players I’ve seen that can do what he can do with his intensity can be found in Canton,” he told John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.
Brooks Reed is humble and calm off the field and fierce on it, says Dale Robertson of the Chronicle.
Brian Cushing is dismayed by too many suicides of people connected to the NFL, says McClain.
Brice McCain is working as the second starting corner with Kareem Jackson out with a hamstring issue, says McClain.
A Day 3 review of camp from Stephanie Stradley of the Chronicle blog.
“After so many seasons of doing it one way and doing it at an elite level, (Dwight) Freeney and (Robert) Mathis have been asked to reinvent themselves," says Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.
It’s easy to see Chuck Pagano as Rex Ryan Light, says George Bremer of The Herald Bulletin.
Austin Collie is finding opportunities to work outside as well as in the slot, says Rick Teverbaugh of The Herald Bulletin.
Free-agent addition Laurent Robinson is still trying to find his rhythm at receiver for the Jaguars.
Players coming off the PUP list can’t just jump right back into practice, says Tania Ganguli of the T-U.
It’s not so bad that Maurice Jones-Drew is not with the Jaguars right now, as it needs to become Blaine Gabbert’s team, says Pete Prisco of CBS Sports.
Terrance Knighton is nearly back from his eye injury, says Claire Simms of First Coast News.
Looking inside the Jaguars' third day of camp with John Oehser of the team’s website.
A detailed practice report from Big Cat Country.
Will the defense progress or regress, wonders Lionel Joel of Black and Teal.
The Titans were shocked by O.J. Murdock’s suicide, writes Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
Murdock’s suicide was the second for a wide receiver who started off at South Carolina in 2005, says Michael Rosenberg of SI.com.
Cornerback Ryan Mouton is finally healthy, says Wyatt.
An ankle injury is slowing receiver Lavelle Hawkins, says John Glennon of The Tennessean.