RTC: Miles and doughnuts to pay off

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Houston Texans

How many receivers will be drafted in the first round? Tania Ganguli of the Houston Chronicle found an over-under of three.

More on the Texans’ overdependence on receiver Andre Johnson, from Ganguli.

The Texans' official Twitter account recently started following some prospects, Battle Red Blog points out.

To which I say: That may mean actually nothing and a team wouldn't want to tip its hand by starting to follow guys it hopes to draft. Rick Smith is not running the Twitter account.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts' draft results will be the result of thousands of miles and dozens of doughnuts, says Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.

The Colts' best draft pick of their time in Indianapolis will play at Lucas Oil Stadium, as a visitor this season. Phillip B. Wilson with the reveal of an easy choice.

Anthony Castonzo helped make sure the Colts landed Gosder Cherilus, an old friend from Boston College, says Kevin Bowen of the team’s website.

Jacksonville Jaguars

David Caldwell won’t wait long for a call about a trade once the Jaguars are on the clock at No. 2, says Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.

The Jaguars will be looking for the best available player who fits a need, says O’Halloran.

Don’t focus on quarterbacks in this draft, particularly in the first two rounds, advises John Oehser of Jaguars.com.

Tennessee Titans

Jake Locker wants to be the Titans’ leader, but he isn't ready to call them his team yet, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean. “I don’t think it is something you ask for,” Locker said. “It is something that you earn.”

Receiver Kenny Britt impressed some teammates on the first day of the Titans' official offseason, says Wyatt.

Center Fernando Velasco signed his tender and was with the team as offseason work started, says Wyatt.

A defensive preview and an offensive preview of the Titans' draft from Tom Gower of Total Titans.