Reading the coverage ...
The Texans' offseason moves have pushed them further away from a Super Bowl, says Jerome Solomon of the Houston Chronicle.
DeMeco Ryans was caught off-guard, but sees a great opportunity in Philadelphia, says John McClain of the Chronicle.
The addition of free-agent center Samson Satele sure makes it look like Jeff Saturday won’t be returning, says Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star. At this point, the departure of a beloved veteran free agent can’t count as a surprise.
Given a second chance at Tim Tebow, the Jaguars fumbled again, says Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union. “Forget the potential bump in season-ticket or jersey sales, which can never be accurately gauged,” he writes. “The real loss here is the Jaguars missed an opportunity to bring a dynamic element to their franchise. If any NFL offense could have used a wrinkle or two that Tebow brings in attacking opponents, it's the Jaguars.” That’s as good an argument for Tebow-to-Jacksonville as I’ve seen.
Tania Ganguli of the Times-Union runs down what unfolded, and didn't.
Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean breaks down Kamerion Wimbley’s contract, which carries a $4.3 million cap hit for 2012.
Peyton Manning told NFL Network he loved Mike Munchak, says Wyatt.