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Rookie tackle David Quessenberry's recent surprises include a stolen truck and a lot of playing time at right tackle, says Tania Ganguli of the Houston Chronicle.
Like most starters, Danieal Manning isn’t participating in minicamp but he offered a coaching eye, say Ganguli and John Brannen of the Chronicle.
A couple former Texans -- Connor Barwin and Eric Winston -- are among the 10 players who have lent their names to a new line of clothing which is being sold by the NFL Players Association in honor of LGBT Pride Month, writes Ganguli.
The Colts are sorting through four players and 1,300 pounds as they seek to fill their nose tackle position, says Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.
The Colts were an 11-5 playoff team in 2012, but that hasn’t stopped general manager Ryan Grigson from a massive roster overhaul that could yield nine new starters, says Chappell.
Until they signed Ahmad Bradshaw, the Colts commitment to improving the running game had been mostly verbal, says Conrad Brunner of 1070 The Fan.
Veteran Marcus Trufant is sharing his expertise with a young group of defensive backs, says Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.
The Jaguars will wrap up minicamp with a public practice, says Vito Stellino of the Times-Union.
Mike Mularkey said on SiriusXM NFL Radio that he would start Chad Henne over Blaine Gabbert if he had to pick one right now. (Audio.)
Thoughts on how the quarterback situation could shake out between Gabbert, Henne and Mike Kafka from Cole Pepper.
The No. 2 cornerback job is open for the taking, partly because Alterraun Verner doesn't exactly fit what the Titans now want to do, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
While the offense is simplifying, is the Titans defense getting more complicated and too complicated, asks Music City Miracles.