Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Our morning stroll though the AFC South...
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Richard Justice says the Texans and Ahman Green are keeping the faith.
Chris Brown will be the starting running back in Dallas, but Steve Slaton will get early work, too.
The Colts' training complex is ill-suited to host training camp, so odds are they continue to go off to campus. It's now called the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. Wonder who insures the place. Also the defensive line is beaten up.
Bob Sanders and Dwight Freeney are poised to return to practice this week. They keep saying it and saying it. Let's see it.
Gene Frenette looks at quarterback Todd Bouman, an NFL survivor.
Cole Pepper urges Jags fans not to panic, yet.
Reggie Hayward and Reggie Williams are close to returns from their injuries, and Paul Spicer says Derrick Harvey should get his deal done.
Brian Witherspoon (ankle) could be back in action today, but corner Scott Starks (pectoral strain) may take longer.
Before camp started, Alge Crumpler visited Michael Vick, Jim Wyatt reports.
Kevin Mawae says people should back off Vince Young, and that "All the stuff that happens in the preseason will be forgotten about in about two weeks."
Jessica Hopp looks at the 2.1 seconds punter Craig Hentrich gets to do his job.