RTC: Jim Irsay as The Riddler

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Houston Texans

Matt Leinart is super critical of himself, says Jerome Solomon.

Johnathan Joseph is on track to come back from his groin injury, says John McClain.

Richard Justice’s interpretation of Gary Kubiak’s comments is that Kareem Jackson is keeping his job.

Indianapolis Colts

Jim Irsay is The Riddler of NFL owners, says Bob Kravitz.

No veteran free-agent quarterback had been added to the roster by late Monday. That might be an indication that privately the team is confident Peyton Manning will be ready for the opener, or that a targeted free agent wasn't interested in being an insurance policy, says Mike Chappell.

Athlon asks if Manning is overrated.

Scott Bolander is convinced the Colts already know Manning will be ready. But Nate Dunlevy points out that they may just be preparing poorly for the possibility of Manning’s absence.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Paul Posluszny wants to prove he's worth the Jaguars’ investment, says Tania Ganguli.

Scotty McGee wants it bad, Jack Del Rio says, according to Vito Stellino. We need to see more than desire for him to make the team, however.

Tennessee Titans

Kenny Britt faces the commissioner today, says Jim Wyatt.

Mike Munchak ended camp a day early and gave his players a day off, says John Glennon.

Former Titans special-teamer Donnie Nickey has some serious criticism about the relocated kickoff, says Wyatt.

Rob Bironas has become a permanent fixture, says David Boclair.