Kyle Rodriguez at Colts Authority took a week-by-week look at how Andrew Luck performed after the two-minute warning. Rodriguez discovered, "he's one of just two quarterbacks (rookie or veteran) since 2000 to lead at least 10 successful sub-two-minute drives in one season."
Punter Pat McAfee has agreed to play the 2013 season under the franchise tag. The fourth-year punter had sought a long-term contract but wrote " … to have another year in a city that I love, playing for a team with the best locker room in the league and representing a fan base that is the best in the NFL is awesome."
Kicker Adam Vinatieri discusses playing over the age of 40 and the outlook for the Colts this season in this ESPN podcast.
Cecil Shorts III continued his offseason training by organizing voluntary workouts for his teammates.
Gary Horton runs down who he thinks are the most versatile players in the AFC and defensive end J.J. Watt tops his list.
The folks at the Battle Red Blog continue their regular-season previews by taking a look at the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The State of the Texans site previews the backups behind Matt Schaub.
The Tennessean asks whether Delanie Walker can fill the void left by free agent Jared Cook's departure.
Tom Gower at Total Titans broke down every Jake Locker interception from the 2012 season to see whether the 11 picks were a result of luck or bad decisions.
Music City Miracles asks what happens when Jurrell Casey clashes with Chance Warmack in training camp?