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A key question for every team in the league from Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com.

Houston Texans

Battle Red Blog runs through an entire mock draft for the Texans.

To which I say: I don’t believe there is a chance Tyrann Mathieu is available in the fifth round, and I’ve seen Jordan Rodgers up close at Vanderbilt. I don’t believe he’s an NFL-caliber quarterback.

The promoters of a Kareem Jackson charity basketball game absolutely butchered a poster advertising the event, says Patrick D. Starr of State of the Texans.

Indianapolis Colts

The Indianapolis Star begins a look at the Colts who are heading to free agency. Up first, Dwight Freeney, by Mike Chappell.

Marvin Harrison’s Hall of Fame candidacy got a boost from Cris Carter’s election, says Nate Dunlevy of Bleacher Report.

Passer rating differential will have to get better for the Colts to maintain an upward trajectory, says Dunlevy.

Should the Colts be players for Percy Harvin, asks Greg Cowan of Colts Authority.

To which I say: I don’t see them dealing away draft picks, but he is a dynamic guy who could add a lot if he’s happy, and even the best drafter is unlikely to find such a talent in the third or fourth round.

Jacksonville Jaguars

New defensive line coach Todd Wash sees Jason Babin as a “Leo,” a hybrid end/linebacker in the Jaguars' defense, writes John Oehser of the team website.

The Jaguars didn’t get much bang for their buck in 2012, says Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union.

Who fits where on defense? Alfie Crow looks at the defensive line.

Tennessee Titans

Cornerback Desmond Trufant is a prospect who could be intriguing to the Titans, says John Glennon of The Tennessean.

Considering the Titans' offensive tackles with Tom Gower of Total Titans.

Matt Hasselbeck is promoting CheckLight, a device that can offer an initial indication that a player may have suffered a hit to the head that requires examination before returning to play, says Craig Peters of the team’s website.