RTC: Blackmon, Cyprien cleared

August, 12, 2013
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Houston Texans

A comprehensive look at Reliant Stadium’s retractable roof from Houston Chronicle science writer Eric Berger.

To which I say: It’s the biggest illustration of wasted taxpayer money in the AFC South.

Every team has to sort through character issues and guys with problems, says Dale Robertson of the Chronicle.

Brian Cushing missed practice because he was sick, says John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

Indianapolis Colts

T.Y. Hilton’s game “continues to glitter like a gold bauble,” writes Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star. “He is continuing to emerge as Andrew Luck’s go-to guy opposite Reggie Wayne.”

Among what Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star learned from the Colts preseason opener: Young receivers failed to step up and the emphasis on special teams didn’t pay off immediately.

The loss to Buffalo was ugly, but Chappell offers a reminder that we shouldn’t make too much of it.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Justin Blackmon and Johnathan Cyprien passed physicals and moved off PUP, the team announced.

Things the Jaguars have to work on and build on, from Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union. Among the good -- linebacker Geno Hayes has solidified his hold on a starting spot.

Breaking down Jordan Todman’s 26-yard run on a third-and-1 against the Dolphins.

The Jaguars downplayed the incident between Jason Babin and Blackmon during the preseason opener, says Hays Carlyon.

Tennessee Titans

Titans rookies are getting their lesson on just how fast the NFL is, says David Climer of The Tennessean.

The Titans soundtrack before Sunday’s practice included a song offensive tackle Daniel Baldridge has recorded, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.

While he was in Nashville for the Redskins-Titans game last week, Peter King of MMQB shared thoughts on Chance Warmack. (Video.)

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