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Thursday, May 2, 2013
RTC: Wayne wants 1,000 yards at 35

By Paul Kuharsky

Reading the coverage…

I’ll miss this site, which has pointed this blogger to many, many radio interviews of note pertaining to the AFC South over the years.

Houston Texans

DeAndre Hopkins is showing support for the Rockets, which immediately helps him with Houston fans, says John Brannen of the Houston Chronicle.

To which I say: An easy move straight out of Winning Over a New Market 101. Did they offer that at Clemson?

Twitter handles for the Texans rookies, courtesy of Patrick Starr of State of the Texans.

A closer look at sixth-round receiver Alan Bonner from Battle Red Blog.

Indianapolis Colts

Reggie Wayne intends to join the list of receivers who’ve had 1,000-yard seasons at 35 or older, says Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.

Does Bjoern Werner have acting/commercial chops? Watch this video he was part of in high school, courtesy of the Indianapolis Star.

Colts players say they would accept a gay teammate, says Phillip B. Wilson of the Star. Also, Kelvin Sheppard has been reunited with several teammates from LSU: Defensive tackle Drake Nevis, safety LaRon Landry and defensive tackle Ricky Jean Francois.

A draft class breakdown from Brad Wells of Stampede Blue.

Jacksonville Jaguars

A position-by-position look at the Jaguars after the first round of free agency and the draft from Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.

Justin Blackmon’s next misstep must be his last as a Jaguar, says Gene Frenette of the Times-Union.

How safety Josh Evans fits in with what the Jaguars plan to do, says Hank Joness of Big Cat Country.

Tennessee Titans

Receiver Lavelle Hawkins told Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean he was unsurprised to be cut: “I was due to make ($1.9) million. And for a guy who caught five balls last year, that’s unheard of. I totally understand.”

The offensive line revamp serves as a wakeup call for everyone on the line, says left tackle Michael Roos. Read more of John Glennon’s story from The Tennessean.

David Stewart still doesn’t have full flexibility back after surgery to repair a broken leg but thinks he’ll be back to regular work in June, says Glennon.