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A Richard Justice tweet from about 10:30 a.m. CT: "Texans appear to have suffered first significant injury of camp this morning when C Chris Myers was helped off the field with a leg injury." I've seen nothing further. (He's @richardjustice.)
Jerome Solomon looks at the story of long shot cornerback Mark Parsons.
Andre Johnson can get even better, says Jordan Godwin.
With Chester Pitts recovering from a shoulder issue, Kasey Studdard is getting a chance to show he can play with the starters, writes John McClain.
Clifton Dawson and Aubrey Bell were cut, says Alan Burge.
McClain on Glover Quin.
Bob Kravitz believes while national people predict a fade, the Colts are actually a better team than they were a year ago. I'll co-sign that sentiment.
Mike Chappell runs down the competitions to watch at camp.
Big contact this morning beat heavy rain, says Chappell.
Peyton Manning didn't look left enough for Reggie Wayne at an early practice, writes Chappell.
John Oehser reviews the first day of camp.
Chappell takes questions on Raheem Brock, Donald Brown, Mike Hart and Antoine Bethea.
Phillip B. Wilson writes about Tuesday's morning practice.
Jack Del Rio has a survivor mentality, says Gene Frenette.
The Times-Union's camp observation deck is open.
John Henderson intends to re-emerge, says Vito Stellino. "I remember it was fun," Henderson said. "We were out there running and jumping and dancing and doing all that great stuff. That's what it was about. I really want to get back to it." Good first steps: hearing him say the right things and reporting at the weight the team wanted.
The development of the core players will tell the Jaguars' story according to Del Rio, writes Michael C. Wright.
Vic Ketchman sees Mike Ditka in Tim Tebow.