Reading the coverage ...
Rashad Butler and Antoine Caldwell are getting starting offensive line jobs by default, but both intend to justify the team’s faith that they can step up, writes Dale Robertson of the Houston Chronicle.
Considering Pythagorean wins and the Texans, with Nate Dunlevy of Bleacher report.
General manager Ryan Grigson said in the firmest terms possible that defensive end Dwight Freeney isn’t going to be traded or released despite his big cap number, says Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star.
The Jaguars are 20-28 since Gene Smith became general manager, but Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union gives Smith through 2013 to see if he’s got this team on the right course.
It’s not fair to expect Laurent Robinson to be Jimmy Smith, says John Oehser of the Jaguars' website.
A rundown of the Titans' draft picks after they didn’t get any compensatory draft selections, from Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.