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Three of our teams made Pro Football Focus list of positional upgrades.
The defensive changes weren’t a house cleaning, they were a tear-down, says Dale Robertson.
The football story of J.J. Watt, from Craig Malveaux.
Arian Foster says his hamstring injury is no big deal, writes, Robertson.
A flu bug’s been going around, says Robertson.
Key Colts are getting older and management knows when they will drop off, says Mike Chappell. Bill Polian says the team’s formula for age drop-off is about 90 percent accurate.
Bob Kravitz’s early line on the Indianapolis Super Bowl.
A review of the scrimmage from Brett Mock.
Blaine Gabbert looked poised but was still making rookie mistakes in the Jaguars’ scrimmage, says Vito Stellino.
Gabbert wasn’t sharp and didn’t get a lot of help, says Gene Frenette.
David Garrard’s back is feeling better, says Tania Ganguli.
Recounting the scrimmage with John Oehser.
Wide receivers didn’t get open, says Alfie Crow.
Mike Reinfeldt floated the idea that the Titans would negotiate with Chris Johnson if he showed up but didn’t practice, says John Glennon. I think it’s a fair compromise to get things moving. I also know Johnson won't go for it, at least not soon.
The Titans were surprised Cortland Finnegan walked out, says Jim Wyatt.
Finnegan piles on the Titans’ list of distractions, says David Climer.
The Titans are intrigued by Jerricho Cotchery, says Glennon.
Matt Hasselbeck will make $9 million of his $21 million in Year 1 of his three-year deal, says Wyatt.