AFC South links: Greg Jones visits Texans

Houston Texans

Arian Foster dishes on the NFL's new helmet rule and how he would sign a waiver to "never sue" the league. "It’s kind of like blaming the NFL for your injuries, and I don’t blame the NFL because it was my decision to partake in this game," the Texans' featured running back told ESPN Radio New York.

Houston has hired Bob Ligashesky as a special teams assistant.

Do the Texans need to draft a young quarterback -- possibly from West Virginia -- to learn from Matt Schaub? Check out ProFootballTalk.com's thoughts on Houston's No. 27 overall pick.

Safety Ed Reed's three-year deal with the Texans includes a $2 million signing bonus, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Indianapolis Colts

Darrius Heyward-Bey is visiting with the Colts Tuesday, and the Indianapolis Star's Phil Richards says DHB would be an upgrade over former Colts receiver Donnie Avery. The Colts aren't the only suitors in the mix for Heyward-Bey, as he'll also visit with the Lions on Wednesday.

Delone Carter understands the urgency to produce big numbers out of the backfield this season. Colts.com continues its positional series, focusing on running backs.

How does it feel being a new Colt, Matt Hasselbeck? The veteran quarterback answers a slew of questions for Colts.com, including how he sees his working relationship to be with Andrew Luck.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Fullback Greg Jones, an eight-year veteran with the Jaguars and a free agent, is visiting with the Texans on Tuesday.

Tennessee Titans

Ryan Fitzpatrick tells Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean that he's trying to adjust to his new role in Nashville and put his Buffalo past behind him. “You have to swallow your pride a little bit. I felt like Buffalo was the best place for me to start next season and it didn’t work out. So when that relationship ended, I knew I was going to be looking at a backup role. I am a competitor. I want to be out there and helping the team win on Sunday, but that’s the reality of the situation right now."

The Titans beefed up their defensive line when they agreed to terms with 6-foot-8, 315-pound defensive end Ropati Pitoitua. And just in case you're dying to know, "The #Titans agreed to terms with free agent DE Ropati Pitoitua (pronounced ROE-pot-ee Puh-TOE-uh-two-ah)."