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Exploring Brian Cushing’s roots with Jeffrey Martin.
Trindon Holliday, the fastest player in the draft, was the fastest draft pick to sign, says John Clayton.
Houston’s OTAs start Monday, says John McClain.
"You may change color in a couple of rooms or move some furniture around or pick up a new piece of furniture, but for the most part, the structure of this thing is intact. We're not trying to change a system or bring in a new scheme or anything like that." Clyde Christensen talked to Phil Richards.
A pre OTA-look at the corners with John Oehser. This continuing series is worth catching up on if you’ve been away from it like I have.
Bill Polian ultimately passed on the left tackles in the draft because they did not fit the Colts’ draft philosophy says 18to88.
The No. 2 receiver spot ranks as a biggie for Dirk Koetter, says Vic Ketchman.
The pass rush has nothing to do with tackling problems at safety, writes Ketchman.
Count the Republican party of Florida as a Jaguars' supporter, says David Hunt.
The Titans will bear down on Kenny Britt, says Jim Wyatt.
With Alge Crumpler gone, Craig Stevens needs to graduate into a reliable blocking tight end, writes John Glennon.
Nate Washington says Chris Johnson looks great, writes Wyatt.
No shows by Johnson and the Redskins Albert Haynesworth are two different things, says David Climer.
A look at other business decision issues the Titans have faced before Johnson, from David Boclair.