Links: MJD -- when fantasy, reality collide*

Houston Texans

The team's website, doing a series featuring interviews with Texans position coaches to get their thoughts on the projected starters, continues with offensive line coach John Benton.

The team is adding a new feature to it's website called the "Field Level" blog. Eric SanInocencio, digital media manager for the club, has more.

Indianapolis Colts

Coach Chuck Pagano was in Los Angeles on Wednesday at the ESPY Awards as a nominee for the Best Moment Award. One of four finalists, he was nominated for his return to the sideline for the regular-season finale against Houston on Dec. 30. He had missed 12 games while waging a successful fight against leukemia.

A look at middle linebackers who are candidates for the Indianapolis Colts' all-time team, from Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.

Kevin Bowen continues the team website's series profiling the burning questions at each position with a look at the tight ends.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew is an avid fantasy football player who drafts himself in most leagues. He relayed an anecdote to SiriusXM Radio, describing a situation when a moral conundrum stirred between fantasy and reality. NFL.com's Kevin Patra has the story.

Update: Jones-Drew took to Twitter on Thursday to clarify that he was joking when he claimed one of his former Jaguars teammates almost didn't block for him on a play in a game because they were playing each other that week in fantasy football.

As training camp nears, the Florida Times-Union’s Ryan O’Halloran breaks down the Jaguars’ depth at every position. Up next are the specialists.

Tennessee Titans

Titans receiver Damian Williams trained with Olympians in the offseason.