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Wade Phillips wants to be more than Bum’s son, says Dale Robertson of the Houston Chronicle. “Now four years older than his dad was when he quit, Phillips is preparing for another football season with the same enthusiasm — and tunnel vision — he had before his first.”
Pete Prisco at CBSSports.com only sees a 9-7 season for the Texans. Here’s the site's preview of the team with input from multiple people.
Lance Zierlein starts ranking the top 40 Texans as football players in the Chronicle blog.
Here’s how training camp works from a media standpoint, from Stephanie Stradley of the Chronicle blog.
Here’s CBSSports.com’s preview file of the Colts, with input from several different writers and a 1-15 prediction from Prisco.
The Colts have long been predictable formation-wise. That’s changing in a giant ways, says Doug Farrar of Shutdown Corner. Another of his five big points: Andrew Luck is more athletic than many people think, and he's going to need to be in his rookie season.
Cornerback Aaron Ross has always missed his wife’s biggest track meets because of football. But he’ll be at the Olympics to watch what could be Sanya Richards-Ross’ biggest moment, writes Tanie Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union.
Change is in the air as the start of Jaguars’ training camp looms, says Vito Stellino.
Offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski makes Clark Judge’s list of coaches in unenviable positions.
CBSSports.com’s preview of the Jaguars’ season, with input from multiple writers and a season prediction of 4-12 from Prisco.
An assessment of the Titans at safety, from Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean. The best info here is sort of hidden: click the “more” button on the left side below the picture of Robert Johnson.
The Titans and Akeem Ayers want more in his second season, says Wyatt. Same deal with the “more” button and linebackers info.
Prisco sees 7-9 for the Titans. Here’s the CBSSports.com's season preview of the Titans.
Reading the coverage…Houston TexansWade Phillips wants to be more than Bum’s son, says Dale Robertson of the Houston Chronicle. “Now four years older than his dad was when he quit, Phillips is preparing for another football season with the same enthusiasm — and tunnel vision — he had before his first.