Reading the coverage…
Bob McNair talks about camp and the season with Anna-Megan Raley.
John McClain wants to know if you’d take Matt Schaub or Tony Romo.
Stephanie Stradley talks to Bill Barnwell about Football Outsiders’ six-win expectation for the Texans.
The pass rushers the Texans will face could make things tough on Schaub and create the possibility of a six-win season, says Alan Burge.
Houston Diehards runs through the defensive linemen.
The Colts signed fifth-round tight end Brody Eldridge, says Mike Chappell.
Phillip B. Wilson wonders if defensive tackle Mitch King could be the Colts’ next big find,
What can we expect from Jerry Hughes? John Oehser considers.
Dallas Clark waved the green flag at the Brickyard 400, says Jeremiah Johnson.
Why an Everbank naming rights deal for the Jaguars stadium makes sense, from Abel Harding.
The 10 worst free agent signings in Jaguars’ history, from Vito Stellino.
Five storylines for camp from Vic Ketchman of jaguars.com.
Chris Johnson has set lofty goals, says John Glennon.
Clay Travis looks at the Titans’ lawsuit against Lane Kiffin and USC.
Late to this one: Doug Farrar looks at whether Keith Bulluck can handle a role in a Giants’ Tampa-2 scheme.
Bulluck might make payback hurt the Titans, says Joe Biddle.
Will Witherspoon uses a family farm to get ready for the season, writes Phil Brame.
A look at the tight ends from Andrew Strickert.