RTC: Blocking tight ends becoming rare

June, 27, 2012
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Houston Texans

Deciding what exactly to do with Matt Schaub going forward and getting it done will be a delicate dance for Rick Smith, says Rivers McCown of Battle Red Blog.

Here’s Texans All Access as a podcast, in an edition featuring rookie receiver DeVier Posey.

Outside linebacker Bryan Braman’s had an eventful offseason beyond football, says Nick Scurfield of houstontexans.com.

Indianapolis Colts

According to Scott Kacsmar of Bleacher Report, the Colts are the first team in NFL history to use their first- and second-round picks to draft a quarterback (Andrew Luck) and receiver (tight end Coby Fleener) from the same college.

Are the Colts in better shape at running back than they were a year ago? Brett Mock of Colts Authority considers the question.

Jacksonville Jaguars

While he says he doesn’t want to discuss his contract in the media, Maurice Jones-Drew did so for the second time in two weeks, according to Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union.

The Jaguars are ahead of last year’s pace with season-ticket sales, says John Oehser of Jaguars.com.

Assessing the Jaguars' use of play-action and defense of it, with Black & Teal.

Tennessee Titans

Craig Stevens’ increasingly rare skills as a blocking tight end make him a very valuable member of the Titans, writes John Glennon of The Tennessean. Colleges are producing more pass-catching tight ends and fewer blockers.

Defensive tackle Shaun Smith remains a work in progress, says John Glennon of the Tennessean.

Single-game tickets go on sale Aug. 3, says Glennon.

Considering how the Titans defended in the red zone, with Tom Gower of Total Titans.

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ESPN Tennessee Titans reporter

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