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A case that the Astrodome is worth keeping, from Jere Longman of the New York Times.
Returning receivers know the heat is on for them to justify their place with the Texans, says Tania Ganguli of the Houston Chronicle.
The Texans have depth for the long-term at cornerback, says Patrick Starr of State of the Texans.
A look a cities with franchise-caliber duos in sports from Matthew Glenesk and Nat Newell of the Indianapolis Star. Where do James Harden and J.J. Watt rank? How about Andrew Luck and Paul George?
An overview of the Colts in the red zone in 2012, from Kyle Rodriguez of Colts Authority.
Who will be the Colts' kick returner, asks Andrew Mishler of Stampede Blue.
Early indications are that cornerback Mike Harris and safety Chris Prosinski are in the Jaguars’ plans for 2013, says Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.
To which I say: Perhaps Prosniski will be far better as a third safety. He's not a starting caliber guy.
Changing the date of the NFL draft is all about greed, says Gene Frenette of the Times-Union.
Part of the rationale in moving Tyson Alualu to end is taking some of the strain off his bad knee, says Dan Pompeii of the National Football Post.
On Memorial Day, Titans fullback Collin Mooney remembered the sacrifices made by friends, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
A closer look at sixth-round cornerback Khalid Wooten, from Wyatt.
Considering the Titans' defensive backs from the draft with Tom Gower of Total Titans.