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The Texans were active, locking up Owen Daniels, Shaun Cody and Derrick Ward, says John McClain.
It was a good day for Rick Smith, says Richard Justice. Nice context on how Smith has operated.
Justice talks about owners opening books. Interesting that he says the Jaguars are playing in front of “acres of empty seats” when they weren’t blacked out once last season.
A Connor Barwin rehab update from Nick Scurfield.
The ultimate Texans draft guide from John Harris via Stephanie Stradley.
Is the Daniels contract money well spent? Chris Watkins considers.
Agents told the Indianapolis Star that Clint Session, Daniel Muir and Eric Foster got restricted tender offers. Foster’s is the only one that will stick if free agency reverts to four years.
Mike Chappell on Bob Sanders to San Diego.
Anthony Schoettle thinks Sanders owed the Colts. I disagree.
Marcedes Lewis signed his tender and Jason Hill re-signed on a busy day for the Jaguars, says Tania Ganguli. They also told Mike Sims-Walker they were moving on from him.
Sims-Walker tweeted a goodbye.
Eben Britton says the Jaguars will be nastier, according to John Oehser.
As the player rep, Jake Scott looks to keep the Titans informed, says Jim Wyatt.
Nashville is on notice with the potential loss of football, says Nate Rau.
Fernando Velasco is recovering from a knee scope, says Wyatt.
Looking at defensive tackles with Andrew Strickert.