Reading the coverage…
The Los Angeles Times looks at the challenges facing AFC South teams as they head toward training camp.
HoustonTexans.com breaks down one of the team's deepest position groups: Tight end.
Alan Burge checks up on the Texans' roster and highlights the position battles to come during training camp.
Would Pro Bowl receiver Reggie Wayne sit out camp? He said he wants to be in training camp on time "but we're just going to do our part and let them do all the negotiations."
Zoltan Paksa worries about the Jaguars falling into a hole early in the season: "Why do the Jaguars need to be competitive on week one? See the schedule. Although all first 4 opponents have their own issues; I think the only game; where the Jaguars have a 50%-50% or better chance to win is against Denver on opening day. Although I hope it will not happen, the Jaguars can easily start with 0-4 if they are not ready."
Vince Young hopes to keep momentum from last season going into 2010.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league is still "gathering facts" about the fight Vince Young got into at a Dallas strip club. Young could still face discipline from the league.
Caller.com reviews some of the best coaches to roam the sidelines for the Oilers before Jeff Fisher took charge in 1994.