Tight end Owen Daniels has been added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster to replace New England tight end Rob Gronkowski, reports the Houston Chronicle's John McClain.
Nick Scurfield of HoustonTexans.com takes a look at how the Texans defense performed with and without inside linebacker Brian Cushing.
New offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton helped develop Andrew Luck at Stanford and the duo looks forward to working together again, writes the Indianapolis Star's Mike Chapell. “I spoke with him this morning and he’s excited,’’ Hamilton said. “Of course I’m very excited to have an opportunity to work with Andrew again. We can’t wait to get started.’’ Chapell examines what changes might be in store for the offense under Hamilton.
Kyle Rodriguez of The Colts Authority looks at the performance of starting cornerbacks Cassius Vaughn and Darius Butler, who are both free agents, and what the Colts should do at the position going forward.
Colts receivers didn't fare well in Pro Football Focus' study of drop rate among wideouts. Donnie Avery and T.Y. Hilton were on top (or is that the bottom?) of the list.
Receiver Cecil Shorts was No. 6 on Pro Football Focus' list of receivers with the worst drop rate.
The Jaguars' new leadership is preparing for the trek to Mobile, Ala., for the Senior Bowl. John Oehser of the team's website looks at the top prospects at each position group and how they might fit with the Jaguars, who have the No. 2 overall pick in the draft.
The team will focus on revamping the offensive line this offseason, writes John Glennon of the Tennessean.
Would the Titans select Alabama guard Chance Warmack if he's available at No. 10? Jimmy Morris of Music City Miracles considers.