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Greetings from Indianapolis. The Colts aren't on the field until 3 p.m., but interviews start well before that. Stay tuned.
The Colts place third in Don Banks' look at the team of the decade. (Tennessee 11th, Jacksonville 21st, Houston 31st.)
Former Indy scout Ryan Cavanaugh has joined the Texans, reports John Oehser.
A look at undrafted punter Justin Brantly, from Jordan Godwin.
An interview with Connor Barwin, courtesy of Alan Burge.
The Texans make Clifton Brown's list of teams on the cusp.
The Texans and Cowboys are looking at lottery possibilities, writes Jaime Aron (via National Football Post).
The Colts plan to add an advertisement to their practice jerseys, says Mike Chappell. There is now a rule allowing for it, though there was no rule against it. The Titans have worn Baptist Sports Medicine patches on a shoulder of their practice uniforms for a long time.
A breakdown of the Colts' defensive roster from John Oehser.
The Colts' mandatory minicamp kicks off Friday, says Oehser.
Jim Caldwell recruited Dwight Freeney out of his school, writes Larry Hawley.
John Henderson responds to Jack Del Rio's public criticism, writes Michael C. Wright.
Gene Frenette on Del Rio's callout.
Defensive tackle Derek Landri says Del Rio did the right thing, blogs Frenette.
During a visit to Jacksonville, Tony Dungy talked about a bunch of things, including Tim Tebow, says Hays Carlyon.
UConn's converted quarterback Tyler Lorenzen is trying to make the Jaguars as a tight end, writes Desmond Conner.
In case you missed it, I offered a five-point proposal for Vince Young to rehabilitate his career.