AFC South links: Bradley 'trusts' Blackmon

May, 3, 2013
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In case you missed it, here's a transcript of Paul's chat from Thursday.

Houston Texans

The Texans will give former Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein a look during their rookie minicamp, writes Nick Scurfield for the team's website. “We’re gonna bring him in here for the minicamp and take a look at how far he’s come,” coach Gary Kubiak said. “One thing about this guy is he’s been an overachiever his whole life, been very successful. We’re gonna give him a quick look here to see how much progress he’s made, and we’ll go from there.”

Former Texans safety Glover Quin sees a lot of similarities between his old team and his new team, the Lions, according to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press.

Broncos linebacker Von Miller draws inspiration from Houston's J.J. Watt, writes Mike Klis of the Denver Post.

Indianapolis Colts

The Indianapolis Star has been profiling the Colts' best undrafted free agents through the years. Next up on the list: defensive tackle Tony Siragusa.

NFL Network evaluates the Colts' 2013 draft class.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Undrafted rookie quarterback Jordan Rodgers, the younger brother of the Packers' Aaron Rodgers, said about 10 teams expressed interest in signing him as a free agent, but he chose the Jaguars because he felt it was his best opportunity, writes Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union.

Coach Gus Bradley is standing behind troubled receiver Justin Blackmon, who was recently suspended by the NFL for violating the league's substance-abuse policy. “I told Justin I do trust him,” Bradley told the Times-Union. “We both have to earn each other's trust and I don’t want trust to be mistaken for being naive."

Tennessee Titans

NFL Network's Charlie Casserly looks at how Titans draft picks Chance Warmack and Justin Hunter will help Jake Locker's play next season.

The Titans will bring in former Colt Dwight Freeney for a visit, writes NFL.com's Chris Wesseling.

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