AFC South links: Are the Colts cursed?

January, 19, 2012
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Houston Texans

The Houston Chronicle's John McClain evaluates how the Texans' coaching staff did this season.

Wade Phillips was named Pro Football Weekly/PFWA Assistant Coach of the Year.

Ravens safety Ed Reed said his quarterback, Joe Flacco, was "kind of rattled a little bit by (Houston’s) defense.”

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts are suffering under the Super Bowl losers' curse, writes USA Today's Mike Lopresti.

The team asked permission to interview Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray and New Orleans offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael, reports the Indianapolis Star's Mike Chappell.

Defensive backs coach Alan Williams will reportedly soon be hired as the Vikings' defensive coordinator.

Linebacker Jerrell Freeman, who spent three seasons with the CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders, signed with the Colts Wednesday.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Which Jaguars free agents should the team try to re-sign? The Florida Times-Union's Vito Stellino breaks it down.

The team interviewed former Gators and Illini coach Ron Zook for special-teams coordinator.

Tennessee Titans

Music City Miracles graded the performance of the wide receiver corps this past season.

The Titans have 17 potential unrestricted free agents and should be about $30 million under the 2012 salary cap, so new GM Ruston Webster will be preoccupied with the team's free-agency strategy, writes The Tennessean's John Glennon.

The Tennessean's Jim Wyatt looks at the Titans' front office shake-up.

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