AFC South links: Colts interview Tressel

January, 21, 2012
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Houston Texans

Both Jacoby Jones and the Texans would be better off if they parted ways, argues Tully Corcoran of Fox Sports Houston.

The Houston Chronicle's John McClain evaluates the team's stable of running backs and likes what he sees but there are questions at the position moving forward.

Indianapolis Colts

Owner Jim Irsay flew to Florida on Friday and discussed the team's head-coaching job with former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel for a second time, according to reports.

The Colts interviewed Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray for nearly six hours on Friday, and they may be interested in talking with former Vikings coach Brad Childress next, according to NFL.com's Jason La Canfora.

NFC East blogger Dan Graziano considers the idea of Peyton Manning landing with the Redskins and concludes the idea makes some sense.

Jacksonville Jaguars

On Friday, Mike Mularkey added four more coaches to his staff: special-teams coordinator John Bonamego, running backs coach Sylvester Croom, tight ends coach Bobby Johnson and receivers coach Jerry Sullivan.

Former Gators and Illini coach Ron Zook, who interviewed for the special-teams job, told the Florida Times-Union that the timing wasn't right for him to return to coaching and that he'll likely take a year off from the sidelines in 2012.

Tennessee Titans

Cornerback Cortland Finnegan still thinks the Titans will not re-sign him.

Music City Miracles graded the performance of the offensive linemen in 2011; their work in pass protection saved them from a failing grade.

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