Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
With OTAs (organized team activities) starting next week, we'll get a glimpse of the Texans' defensive changes, writes John McClain.
Former Texans kick returner Jerome Mathis has signed to play in the CFL, says Nick Scurfield at houstontexans.com.
Boomer Grigsby, whom you might remember from "Hard Knocks," is now with Houston, says Brooke Bentley of houstontexans.com.
Tony Dungy visited Colts headquarters and found out his security code still works, writes Mike Chappell.
In Jarrett Bell's examination of pension issues, Bill Polian says he anticipates the Colts will be without Tom Moore as well as Howard Mudd, his first public acknowledgment of Moore's intention to leave. Thanks to Indy Football Report for pointing us to the link.
The top five most underrated Colts, from John Oehser.
A look at rookie receiver Austin Collie, from colts.com.
Vic Ketchman considers competitive speed.
Chris Johnson wants to lead the league in rushing and collect the MVP award, writes Jim Wyatt.
Cortland Finnegan on the potential for more towel stomping: "No, absolutely not. Certain individuals may do that, but that's not what this team is all about. That's not what this coach is about, that's not what our team is about. You do it in between the lines ... the rest of it is unacceptable." Read the test of his chat at NFL.com here.
David Climer says Alge Crumpler isn't tortured by his deadly fumble in the playoff loss to Baltimore.
Jeff Fisher seemed to downplay the Titans' interest in Drew Bennett, who was in for a physical, writes Wyatt.
Kerry Collins empathizes with Brett Favre, says Wyatt.
Tony Brown is ahead of schedule recovering from a shoulder issue, says Terry McCormick in this notebook.
Wyatt's practice observations from Tuesday's OTAs.