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profootballtalk.com Updated May 14, 2013
The Jaguars didn’t take a quarterback in the draft, opting instead for a pair of undrafted free agents to add to Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne this offseason. One of those undrafted rookies won’t be making his case for a roster spot during OTAs. JohnUpvote Share Tweet
The reputation of the Patriots is such that if you’re ever cut, and under the age of 30, you’re basically guaranteed work elsewhere. That’s come through again, with defensive lineman Brandon Deaderick not waiting long after his release yesterday. AcUpvote Share TweetThe Texans have signed veteran running back Deji Karim, agent Jason Bernstein said Tuesday on Twitter. The reported addition of Karim, who tried out for Houston last weekend at its rookie minicamp, gives the Texans a little more veteran depth at running…Upvote Share TweetJaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew is sick of hearing about his teammate Justin Blackmon in the media. Blackmon has faced criticism in the press for his off-field actions in the 13 months since the Jaguars made him the No. 5 overall pick in the 201…Upvote Share Tweet
AFC South's top 10 most competitive unitsToday, I set out to sketch out a list of the 10 most competitive position groups in the AFC South. Putting them in order was more difficult than coming up with the list, but after some juggling, I feel pretty good about what’s below. I’m sure you’llUpvote Share TweetAlthough quarterback Collin Klein impressed coach Gary Kubiak at the Houston Texans' rookie minicamp last weekend, the Heisman Trophy finalist wasn't offered a contract by the team.Upvote Share Tweet
RTC: Titans look to CanadaReading the coverage… Houston Texans Texans rookie safety D.J. Swearinger moonlights as a rapper, says John Brannen of the Houston Chronicle. The war of words over an engagement ring that Mario Williams wants back has escalated, says David Barron of theUpvote Share Tweet
Jake Locker: I have to find a way to be more consistentTwo years since the Titans used a first-round draft pick on quarterback Jake Locker, these are the bottom-line results: Locker has started 11 games, and the Titans have won four of them. That, obviously, is not good enough. And so Locker says he has to …Upvote Share Tweet
Best Fit: Defensive Free Agent & TeamMay 14Herm Edwards and Jason Taylor look at the best potential matches between defensive free agents and teams.
Undrafted Collin Klein Remains UnsignedMay 14K.C. Joyner discusses what Collin Klein has to offer as an NFL quarterback.