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Back in the old days, it was common for NFL players to use training camp as a means to get into shape for the upcoming season.

Modern professional athletes are far more conscientious about how they treat their bodies, turning peak fitness into a year-round gig. Some guys are more diligent than others, of course.

This might be why training camp conditioning tests are such a fascination to football fans. If you don’t put in the work in the offseason, this test will rat you out. Ask Albert Haynesworth. Or LeGarrette Blount. Or Marcell Dareus. Or Mike Wallace. I could go on.

Say what you will about the 49ers, but don’t call them unprepared for this portion of the training camp calendar:
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Jadeveon Clowney is healthy and coming off a breakout season. J.J. Watt also is healthy and ready to resume his potential Hall of Fame career.

For Houston Texans fans, those are fun facts. For Clowney, the potential is scary to think about.

“It’s crazy,” Clowney said of the Texans’ pass-rushing duo to the Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson. “I’m looking forward to it.”

When the Texans drafted Clowney with the No. 1 overall pick in 2014, they had dreams of putting him as a bookend with arguably the game’s best, Watt, on the other side.
But knee injuries sabotaged Clowney’s rookie season and then slowed him in 2015. Watt, meanwhile, racked up two Defensive Player of the Year awards in those seasons. When Clowney finally got healthy and earned his first Pro Bowl bid last season, it was Watt who missed most of the year with a back injury.

But now Watt’s been cleared and Clowney’s knee issues are in the past. Finally, the Texans’ 2014 visions are coming to fruition.

“When I was healthy, when I got healthy, he got hurt,” Clowney said. “When he was healthy, I was hurt. We’ve never really been on the field together at the same time healthy.

“I feel like we can all be out there together, me and him and the rest of guys and just stay healthy, we’re going to be a special defense.”

In just 25 career starts, Clowney has 10.5 sacks and 99 tackles and has developed into one of the league’s best run stoppers. In 83 career starts, Watt has 76 sacks, 379 tackles and is arguably the league’s best defensive player. Those two, combined with fellow Texans’ pass rusher Whitney Mercilus, who’s logged 19.5 sacks in 25 starts the last two years, have Clowney envisioning the Texans repeating as the top defense once again in 2017.

“I just want us to be the No. 1 defense again,” he said. “That’s big. They got to pick out how we’re doing that every year. They keep asking how we’re getting this.

“We keep competing with the best. We’ve got a lot of good guys around us. No matter how we’re getting it done, as long as it’s getting done, that’s all that matters.”

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Browns wide receiver Corey Coleman is a popular pick to make a jump in production this season after an injury-plagued rookie campaign.

After missing half of last preseason with a hamstring injury and six regular-season tilts with a broken hand, Coleman is currently on the mend from another tweaked hammy. Still, his position coach believes a big step forward is in the cards if last year’s No. 15 overall pick can stay on the field.

“The way he understands the offense now is so much better than he did last year,” Al Saunders said recently, per Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer. “He had a long way to go based on the college offense that he ran [at Baylor] and the limited exposure he had to route adjustments and the different route trees, but he’s come a long way.”
Coleman showed flashes of tantalizing playmaking ability — like his five-catch, 104-yard, two-score outburst against the Ravens in Week 2 — but the hand injury wiped out a huge chunk of his season. So did Cleveland’s annual merry-go-round at quarterback.

“It’s tough,” Coleman said this offseason. “As a rookie coming in, you have to learn a lot of stuff. Then I get hurt. I miss a lot of time. I miss six games. I’m not getting the practice reps. It’s just a little bit different.

“Then I come back [and] I’m not even playing with the same quarterback I played with the first two games. A lot of stuff buys into it, but now I know what to expect. I’m looking forward to a great season this year.”

With Terrelle Pryor out the door to Washington, the Browns have Coleman penciled in as their No. 1 target ahead of new addition Kenny Britt and a cast of unproven names including fellow second-year wideouts Rashard Higgins and Ricardo Louis.

Another year of learning coach Hue Jackson’s scheme should help the entire group, but nobody is under more pressure than Coleman to live up to his lofty draft pedigree in 2017.