RTC: Foster in Madden Final Four

Reading the coverage…

Houston Texans

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle will be surprised if the Texans draft anything other than a wide receiver at No. 27 of the first round.

Arian Foster is in the Final Four of the Madden cover contest. He'll square off against Adrian Peterson in the New School bracket while Barry Sanders and Jerry Rice are in the Old School final. While I confess to paying minimal attention to this deal, I am sure fans don't want him to win for fear of the cover jinx. Foster looks like the longest shot of the four finalists.

Indianapolis Colts

Breaking down the Colts at wide receiver and tight end with Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.

Army lieutenant Josh McNary’s active duty is scheduled to end May 21, at which point the linebacker should be able to join the Colts.

Vincent Burns is on Phillip B. Wilson’s list of the Colts' worst draft picks, while Reggie Wayne is on the list of the best.

A look at the penalty history of the Colts free-agent newcomers from Kyle Rodriguez of Colts Authority.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Don’t call new Jaguars defensive tackle Sen’Derrick Marks a fisherman. He’s an angler, writes Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union.

John Oehser of the team’s website has seen the Jaguars new uniforms, but any information on them is embargoed until the official release, which is coming soon. Additional info of note here: Oehser advises fans not to shape draft expectations based on free agent additions. Short deals for Roy Miller and Marks won’t preclude the team from taking a defensive tackle No. 2 if that’s the guy (Sharif Floyd) they want.

Tennessee Titans

Marc Mariani sees the light at the end of the tunnel in his recovery from the shattered leg suffered in the 2012 preseason, writes Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.

A thorough look-back at the Tennessee Titans 2007 draft with Tom Gower of Total Titans. To which I say: Boy were there some major duds in this group.