Reading the coverage ...
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Cornerback Johnathan Joseph is coaching Kareem Jackson on the side, says John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.
The Texans are easing Andre Johnson back into work after a groin strain, says McClain.
How many different Texans are capable of notching at least seven sacks? McClain considers.
Tania Ganguli, who’s covered the Jaguars the past two seasons, starts covering the Texans for the Chronicle today. She explains her intentions here.
Defensively, the buzz word is attack. Defensive lineman Cory Redding talked 3-4 hybrid with Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star and local media.
Redding explains how the Colts' defense is like pudding, via Conrad Brunner of 1070 The Fan.
Offensive coordinator Bruce Arians thought the defense won the day on Monday, says Philip B. Wilson of the Star.
Andrew Luck has sought advice from Jerraud Powers after the corner has picked him off, writes Wilson.
The Jaguars gave in a lot to get Justin Blackmon signed, says Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union.
Fred Taylor is spending some time with the Jaguars and trying to figure out what he wants to do next, says Vito Stellino of the T-U.
The Jaguars' offensive inconsistencies start up front, says Frenette.
Inside Day 9 of Jaguars camp with John Oehser of the team’s website.
Offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski on the Jaguars' receivers: "They have to pick up their games. We’re dropping way too many balls, we’re out of position on too many routes on this point in time, and that makes it difficult.” From Alfie Crow of Big Cat Country.
Hear some of Bratkowski’s talk with the media, via Jessica Blaylock.
A scrimmage with the Falcons in Dalton, Ga., did little to help the Titans differentiate Matt Hasselbeck and Jake Locker, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan found receivers and a rhythm against the Titans' defense, says John Glennon of The Tennessean. Glennon liked the pass rush, particularly from second-team rookie tackle Mike Martin.
As expected, the Titans didn’t get any immediate news from the NFL after Kenny Britt met with commissioner Roger Goodell about discipline, says Wyatt.
The Titans' offense saw a familiar face across the line of scrimmage in Falcons safety Chris Hope, says Wyatt.
Considering the centers with Andrew Strickert of Total Titans.