Reading the coverage: Casey to be lab rat

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Houston Texans

The way coaches will experiment with different ways to use him, James Casey may end up feeling like a lab rat, writes John McClain.

McClain's blog on Casey, which includes some good links.

Reliant Stadium's name appears to be safe for now, says Alan Burge.

Indianapolis Colts

A rundown on the Colts' undrafted free agents, from Mike Chappell.

Jim Caldwell says it's about more than size on the interior defensive line, writes John Oehser.

Pat McAfee hopes he can match the play of the franchise's last kicker from West Virginia, Mike Vanderjagt, says Chappell.

Caldwell's first impressions of the rookie class on the field, from Oehser.

The Colts have had no conversations with Marvin Harrison about returning, writes Oehser.

Freddy Keiaho's role is TBD, says Oehser.

Rookie uniform numbers, courtesy of Oehser.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Gene Frenette says the Jaguars must repair their defense first.

Derek Cox isn't reading much that's written about him now, says Michael C. Wright.

Wright examines the shifting landscape of the offensive line for veterans Tra Thomas and Tony Pashos.

Ex-Jags assistant coach Joe DeCamillis was among those injured in the Dallas Cowboys' practice bubble collapse.

Rookie receivers Mike Thomas and Jarett Dillard come in with a reputation as polished receivers, according to Wright.

Some at minicamp don't even rank as undrafted rookie signees yet. They are just vying for a spot, writes Wright.

Tennessee Titans

In the one rookie practice open to the media, Kenny Britt and Jared Cook made some impressive catches, says Jim Wyatt.

On first impression, Cook was as impressive as Britt, blogs Wyatt.

Learning the system is a rookie's major hurdle, writes Gary Estwick.

Ryan Mouton needs a little time for his hamstring to be fully recovered. A notebook from Wyatt and Eswick.