RTC: Meester set for 14th training camp

July, 26, 2013
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Houston Texans

Andre Johnson and Chris Myers are all for HGH testing, an update on DeVier Posey’s recovery, and a note about D.J. Swearinger calling out Sam Montgomery for fitness issues, from John McClain and Dale Robertson of the Houston Chronicle.

J.J. Watt talked about his hunter mentality. Video from the team’s website.

Camp previews of offense and defense form Lance Zierlein of The Sideline View.

Indianapolis Colts

Mike Chappell’s all-time Indianapolis Colts team for the Indianapolis Star had some choices that were easier than others.

Does running the no-huddle pay off for Andrew Luck? Lou Pin of Colts Authority looks at how it went last season, and what they could do going forward.

Jacksonville Jaguars

In his 14th training camp, Brad Meester will have his workload measured out by coaches, says Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.

From Hays Carlyon of the Times-Union: “Of the 31 rookies participating in their first camp practice Friday, 23 were undrafted free agents in April. That’s more than a quarter of the entire 90-man roster.”

A dozen camp storylines to watch for the Jaguars from John Oehser of the team’s website.

Tennessee Titans

The status quo won’t do it, but no one really knows what it will take for Mike Munchak to be the Titans' coach beyond this season, says David Climer of The Tennessean.

Snapshots of the first practice for 10 names to watch from Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.

Technical difficulties prevented me from being able to use this video Thursday evening, and I write a post on Chance Warmack instead.

Munchak said John Abraham wasn’t a great fit for the Titans, says Wyatt.

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