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Bob Karmelowicz, whose distinguished career as an assistant included time with the Texans, passed away.
A must-read profile of Chris Polian from Phil Richards.
Ray Fisher and Brandon James will look to inject new life into the Colts’ return games, says Mike Chappell.
A pre-OTA look at the offense from John Oehser.
What to expect from Kavell Connor, from Nate Dunlevy.
Do the Colts really have a short-yardage issue on offense? Stampede Blue examines the question.
The Jaguars can win over Tim Tebow fans and solidify their place in Jacksonville by winning, says Pete Prisco.
David Garrard is motivated by the criticism from owner Wayne Weaver and coach Jack Del Rio, writes Michael DiRocco.
Punter/golfer Josh Scobee will try to qualify for the U.S. Open, says DiRocco.
Looking at the linebackers with Zoltan Paksa.
Undrafted rookie offensive lineman Kevin Matthews has been in the Titans' locker room before, writes Jim Wyatt.
Chris Johnson’s timing is bad, says David Climer.
Damian Williams watched Stafon Johnson’s weight-lifting accident from close range, says David Boclair.
LeGarrette Blount is looking for redemption, writes Climer.