A sampling of Thursday's stellar AFC South chat:
Kevin (Portland): Am I crazy to think that [Ed] Reed might not be a long term upgrade/solution for the Texans? I can't imagine he'll take less $ than [Glover] Quin, and he isn't as versatile. It just makes me think of Ahman Green all over again.
Paul Kuharsky: Of course he's not long term. He's old. It would be a couple years at most. Draft his eventual replacement this year and it's fine. Green was nowhere near the player Reed is.
RC (Toronto): Is [Greg] Toler capable of being an everyday starter? Or is he more of a nickle guy and the colts should be targeting another corner to be their starter?
Paul Kuharsky: I like him. If healthy I'd give him every chance to win a starting job. Would like for him to have more competition out of the draft though.
Matt (Jax Beach): What do you think of all the Jags coaches and front office at Geno Smith's/ West Virgina pro day? Genuine interest?
Paul Kuharsky: Just like the interest they'll have in anyone that will go early in the draft.
Norman (H-Town): PK, are we primed to see another CJ2K season?
Paul Kuharsky: They just signed a guy to take carries away from him. No way.
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