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Arian Foster has joined NFL players supporting LBGT Pride Month, says Tania Ganguli of the Houston Chronicle.
Breaking down the sacks and season of J.J. Watt with Cian Fahey of Pre Snap Reads. "Maybe surprisingly, half of his sacks, 12, came on first and 10, while six came on third down. Only three times did he sack a quarterback on second down, with one sack coming on fourth down. Twenty of his sacks came when the line of scrimmage was more than six yards away from the first down marker."
I believed we missed this from Clark Judge of CBSSports.com: A conversation with Andrew Luck.
Ryan Grigson has looked objectively at his roster and has done well to upgrade it, says Brad Wells of Stampede Blue.
Laura Calloway of Colts Authority considers the health-related disadvantages at play with regard to a team or teams playing in Europe.
Breaking down the Jaguars’ defense with Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union. (Video.)
How coverages determine the methods a team chooses to defend the run, from Eric Stoner of Big Cat Country.
Will a more comfortable Tayler Thompson be more productive for the Titans in his second year? John Glennon of The Tennessean looks at Thompson.
A look at the Titans third and fourth quarterbacks, Rusty Smith and Nathan Enderle, from Tyler Whetstone of The Tennessean.