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INDIANAPOLIS -- He's had way more than his 15 minutes of infamy since, as he so delicately put it, "January 16th happened,'' but Manti Te'o used his 15-minute session with the NFL media wisely Saturday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Share TweetManti Te'o used his session with the media wisely and basically changed the narrative of a story that has no precedent when it comes to a prospective NFL player, writes Don Banks.Source: CNNSI.com
Is this the year Texans swing big at WR?Updated Feb 23 Share TweetINDIANAPOLIS -- Last year they took a shot, drafting wide receivers in the third and fourth round. The Texans still have high hopes for DeVier Posey and Keshawn Martin, though Posey’s recovering from a ruptured Achilles suffered in the playoff loss in NSource: ESPN.com
RTC: Where does Barwin rank for Texans?Updated Feb 23 Share TweetReading the coverage… Houston Texans Bum Phillips is having some health issues, but in his traditional style he told Dale Robertson of the Houston Chronicle he’s not dying yet. The Texans' draft plans depend on what happens during free agency, says JoSource: ESPN.com
AFC South Injury UpdateFeb 23Paul Kuharsky gets the latest from Stephania Bell about the Colts' Josh Chapman, the Titans' Kenny Britt and the Texans' Brian Cushing
Don Banks: Composed and honest, Te'o impresses in combine press conferenceFeb 23INDIANAPOLIS -- He's had way more than his 15 minutes of infamy since, as he so delicately put it, "January 16th happened,'' but Manti Te'o used his 15-minute session with the NFL media wisely Saturday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium.
2013 NFL combine -- Alec Ogletree's issues, Ezekiel Ansah charms and moreFeb 23While the offensive linemen impressed on the field Saturday, defensive players tried to impress the media off of it, writes John Clayton
2013 NFL combine -- Te'o's answers incompleteFeb 23Manti Te'o's much-anticipated news conference at the NFL combine did little to ramp down the fake girlfriend controversy.