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Reading the coverage…
The AFC South is well represented on Doug Farrar’s All-Underrated offense, with Jacob Tamme, Marcedes Lewis, Eugene Monroe and Wade Smith.
A look at four Texans on hold in different situations because of the lockout, from Jeffrey Martin.
Anthony Castonzo wants to fend off defensive ends and help cure cancer, says Phil Richards. Jeff Saturday says Castonzo will “make a difference” for the Colts.
Considering free-agent options with Brett Mock.
With all the lockout time, Dirk Koetter is confident the offensive staff is ready, says John Oehser.
Ranking the top 10 Jaguars of all time with Steve Spooner.
Jim Wyatt sat through a film session looking at Jake Locker with Chris Palmer. One revelation from Palmer: “We have not been a big quick-game passing team here. The (previous) coaching staff had a reason and it was a very sound reason why they didn’t do a lot of it. But if we are playing with a young quarterback, we know that they are going to blitz him. So the quick game has to be a part of us…”
What conduct during the lockout will be punishable by the NFL and how will Kenny Britt be affected, asks John Glennon.
The Titans hired Devin Bonik as an administrative assistant, says Jim Wyatt.