Friday, May 28, 2010
RTC: Hughes focused on learning in OTAs
By ESPN.com staff
Reading the coverage:
The team agreed to a four-year deal with fifth-round draft pick Sherrick McManis, a cornerback from Northwestern.
Coach Gary Kubiak expects fourth-year receiver Jacoby Jones to compete with Kevin Walter for a starting job.
Richard Justine takes a look at Kasey Studdard, who entered the offseason as a starting guard but hasn't been given any guarantees.
Veteran offensive linemen Adam Terry and Andy Alleman, who both signed one-year deals for the veteran minimum this offseason, are hoping to find a home in Indy.
Organized team activities (OTAs) are more of a time for learning than competing for young players such as first-rounder Jerry Hughes.
Newly acquired guard Justin Smiley wants to show the Jaguars they made a good move to bring him in.
Jim Wyatt outlines where things stand after May minicamp with some key players and positions.
Safety Donnie Nickey talks about his experience with the NFL's in-house internship program.
David Boclair explores Vince Young's affinity for nicknaming his teammates -- "Catfish," "Santa Claus" and "Pinball" are just a few.