Jaguars cornerback Alan Ball doesn't worry about the little things or things he can't control, and that's what makes him the perfect leader for a young secondary, writes Jaguars.com's John Oehser.
Ball uses the same Zen-like approach to his job that coach Gus Bradley has preached from the moment he arrived in Jacksonville: Focus on competition and improving daily instead of the end result.
"I think it’s something that as you grow and as you mature, you learn," Ball said. "I’ve learned to control what you can control."
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The Florida Times-Union's Ryan O'Halloran writes that defensive end Chris Clemons, who made his first appearance at OTAs on Monday, is hoping to regain his old form.
Here are some other notes from Monday, including Bradley stopping practice because he was not pleased with the energy level.
Atlanta owner Arthur Blank says London could be home to several NFL teams, writes The MMQB's Peter King.
Miami owner Stephen Ross says he believes there will be an NFL franchise in L.A. within five years.