Reading the coverage: Player participation

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

We link to a player blog for the first time this morning (see Jaguars). Know of any others? Please point me to them with a note in my mailbag.

Houston Texans

Megan Manful blogs that the Texans still have a lot of depth issues to address.

Alan Burge thinks the Texans and Dunta Robinson need to make peace. I don't see a problem with Rick Smith's plan to let things settle down while other issues qualify as more pressing.

Indianapolis Colts

Jeff Saturday's deal could be worth $13.3 million and came with a $7.45 million signing bonus, reports Mike Chappell. Also, tackle Ryan Lilja took reduced base salaries and Adam Vinatieri restructured in moves that got the Colts additional cap room. And Freddy Keiaho visited Buffalo.

Ace Seth Wickersham looks at how the late increase in the salary cap helped keep Jeff Saturday a Colt.

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jags are not interested in Terrell Owens, says Michael C. Wright.

Tight end George Wrighster recently reached out to the AFC South Blog to point us to his own blog. I'm just catching up now, and he recently wrote he's expecting to be traded.

Tennessee Titans

Albert Haynesworth tells Jim Wyatt how close he was to a deal with the Titans last year,

Wyatt offers a solid analysis of what's to come as the Titans figure out Vince Young's future.

Daniel Loper is scheduled to visit the Falcons on Friday, says Wyatt.

Look for the Titans to just say no to T.O., writes Terry McCormick.