RTC: Texans-turned-Ravens not bitter

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Houston Texans

Three former Texans who are now Ravens -- Bernard Pollard, Vonta Leach and Jacoby Jones -- aren’t bitter about Houston, says John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

J.J. Watt recently married young for a day, says Nick Matthews of the Chronicle.

Bob McNair, who wants guys who “will bite the head off a nail,” thinks the Texans never recovered from consecutive overtime games in a short span.

Indianapolis Colts

A downtown admission tax stands to raise the price of most Colts tickets, but a team official told Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star that "the team intends to absorb most of the pain of the tax increase."

Chuck Pagano has two more new assistants, says Richards.

Ed Reed could be a nice stopgap at safety for the Colts, says Nate Dunlevy of Bleacher Report.

Jacksonville Jaguars

A busy signal on draft day in 2003 may have changed the fortunes of the Jaguars and Ravens, says Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.

Marcedes Lewis bounced back with a solid season in 2012, says Dunlevy.

Tennessee Titans

Can Gregg Williams and Jerry Gray coexist on the Titans coaching staff? David Climer of The Tennessean says a title for Williams isn’t important, “but he should have the first and last word on your defense. If Gray can handle that, fine. If not, fine.”

Considering his yards per catch, the catch rate for Kendall Wright was low, says Dunlevy.