Reading the coverage…
The Texans signed fourth-round tight end Garrett Graham, says Jordan Godwin.
Here are five players John McClain will be watching as Texans camp starts Friday.
The Texans need to be intense from the beginning of camp, and they should take the same approach as the Saints did last year, says Battle Red Blog.
Mike Chappell on Jeff Saturday’s backup, Reggie Wayne and special teams.
Donald Brown is “a lot more talented” than Joseph Addai, says Dave Razzano.
Comparing 2010’s receivers to 2004’s with Nate Dunlevy.
The Jaguars and first-rounder Tyson Alualu don’t appear close in contract talks, says Vito Stellino.
Jack Del Rio predicts Alualu will be on time, writes Jay Gray.
Jaguars players are already talking about playing at “The Bank,” writes Vito.
The naming rights deal “sends a strong positive signal about the team’s ability to develop revenue streams,” says Vic Ketchman.
Random thoughts before camp from Terry O’Brien.
Kennedy Pola explained his decision to go to USC to Jim Wyatt.
The Pola situation raised the issue of what will happen to assistants during a lockout. (He had only a one-year deal with Tennessee, while he got a three-year deal from USC.) Lester Munson discusses that in this recent piece.
The Titans still need contracts for Derrick Morgan and Damien Williams, says John Glennon.
David Climer asks: If Pola was such a hot shot, why aren’t the Titans more upset with him?