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We haven’t read the coverage since Friday, so while some of this is pre-Super Bowl, I’ve still judged it worth a look…
How the Ravens and 49ers built their rosters, from Tom Gower of Football Outsiders.
Five former players, coaches and personnel directors who cover the NFL for television and radio networks were asked last week for their opinion on Gary Kubiak and the job he's doing with the Texans. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle found complimentary reviews of the Texans’ coach.
Early on, Bruce Arians planted the seed in the Colts' minds that they could extend the season. They did, and the former Indianapolis interim coach and offensive coordinator won coach of the year, says Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star.
The field competing with Indianapolis for the 2018 Super Bowl is growing tough, says Anthony Schoettle of the Indianapolis Business Journal.
How the Indy offense will be different with Pep Hamilton crafting the offense, from Brad Wells of Stampede Blue. (Video.)
The 49ers provide an ideal blueprint for the Jaguars, says Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union.
Receiver Laurent Robinson’s concussion issues linger, putting his future in doubt, say Andrea Kremer and Christine Detz for NFL.com.
The Titans need to copy the game plan the Ravens have used to construct their team, says David Climer of The Tennessean.
Curley Culp was grateful to be selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, writes McClain.