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Tim Dobbins skips OTAs, Texans don’t seem troubled by it

Tim Dobbins skips OTAs, Texans don’t seem troubled by it

profootballtalk.com Updated Jun 7, 2013
In the NFL, the word “voluntary” means “be there.” Actually, at every level of football, any team activity that the player can choose to attend or skip comes with a presumption that, if the player knows what’s good for him, he’ll be there. (If
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  • Texans 2013 OTAs in review: More things change, the more they s…

    Texans 2013 OTAs in review: More things change, the more they stay the same

    chron.com Jun 7, 2013
    Texans organized team activities (OTAs) are done. Next week starts minicamp which will focus on the younger players and not vets. So what do we know, what do we still want to know? I went to every day of OTAs, so I want to give you all the information .…
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  • Eight in the Box: Rookie eye-catchers

    Eight in the Box: Rookie eye-catchers

    ESPN.com Jun 7, 2013
    A first-year player who has turned heads in OTAs/minicamps: Houston Texans Receiver DeAndre Hopkins, the first-round pick, and safety D.J. Swearinger, the second-round pick, have both impressed. Swearinger won’t get as much time and opportunity when Ed
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  • Links: Colts talking with Ahmad Bradshaw

    Links: Colts talking with Ahmad Bradshaw

    ESPN.com Jun 7, 2013
    Houston Texans With Ed Reed sidelined, rookie safety D.J. Swearinger has gotten extra reps during organized team activities (OTAs) and has already made an impression on teammates, write the Houston Chronicle's Tania Ganguli and Corey Roepken. "Ever…
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    Jun 7
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Of all the roster defections and body blows the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens suffered after the giddiness of their celebration died down, none has the potential to leave a bigger void than the surprising loss of veteran rece…