Rick Gosselin’s draft recap.
Doug Farrar of Football Outsiders fame breaks down the AFC South drafts.
Chris Harry also sorts through the division.
Word around the league is that the Texans' draft class is one of the best, says Jerome Solomon.
Some veterans who may not have thought they were fighting for playing time or roster spots were put on notice this weekend, says Richard Justice.
Thoughts on every Texans pick from Lance Zierlein.
Javarris James, a University of Miami (Fla.) running back nicknamed "Baby J'' by Edgerrin James, was one of several collegiate free agents who agreed to contract terms with the team, writes Mike Chappell.
Bill Polian thought the draft was thin at offensive tackle after the first round, writes John Oehser.
What this draft told Nate Dunlevy.
Vito Stellino looks at Tyson Alualu’s rise up draft boards.
Alualu is going to make Gene Smith famous, writes Vic Ketchman of jaguars.com.
Bud Adams thinks Jeff Fisher and Mike Reinfeldt know they’ve made some big mistakes, writes Joe Biddle.
Stafon Johnson’s throat injury adds to his motivation, writes Jim Wyatt.
Bruce Matthews’ son, Kevin, is one of the Titans' undrafted rookies.