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Gregg Williams says he had no communication with the Rams Updated Feb 8, 2013
Defensive specialist Gregg Williams is back with the Titans, sporting a goatee that would make Walt Frazier and Keith Hernandez proud.  It’s Williams’ first actual job since being fired by the Saints. In between, Williams was employed by - but neve
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  • Shaun Cody had back surgery last week Feb 8, 2013
    Texans nose tackle Shaun Cody underwent back surgery last week, after a season of playing through a number of problems. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Cody underwent a “microscopic lumbar discectomy surgery for a lumbar disc herniat
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  • Mock draft debate: Jags take QB at No. 2? Feb 8, 2013
    This week, Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay each released a second mock draft of the year. But with the two experts diverging on their projections in several intriguing instances, we decided to press them for deeper explanations. An excerpt: Todd: It's bec…
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  • Jaguars dip into college ranks to fill out staff Feb 8, 2013
    Head coach Gus Bradley has put the finishing touches on his staff for his first year leading the Jaguars. The team announced four hires on Thursday, all of which come from the college ranks. That continues a trend in Jacksonville, which had previously h…
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  • AFC South links: Titans need Williams' fire Feb 8, 2013
    Houston Texans Following a 2-4 finish to the season, Texans chairman and CEO Bob McNair says the entire team needs to play better, not just quarterback Matt Schaub. Nick Scurfield of the team's website has more. Running back Arian Foster tweeted an insp…
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  • Chris Johnson isn’t going anywhere Feb 8, 2013
    Barring an injury or other unforeseen development, Chris Johnson will be the starting running back for the Titans again next season. At a press conference to introduce the team’s coaching staff, Titans head coach Mike Munchak also said that the team won
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  • Dwight Freeney wants to retire in Indianapolis Feb 8, 2013
    Defensive end Dwight Freeney has spent his entire 11-year NFL career as a member of the Indianapolis Colts and he doesn’t want that to change. But Freeney understands that he may not have a choice as he heads toward free agency next month. Freeney was a
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