Thursday, July 22, 2010
RTC: Colts sign first pick of 2010 class
By ESPN.com staff
Reading the coverage:
Richard Justice looks at what went wrong for former Texans tackle Charles Spencer, who trying to make a comeback in the NFL.
HoustonTexans.com has a position preview of the linebackers.
Isaac Schamis of SportsAgentBlog.com sees the Texans as one of the most likely destinations for free agent Terrell Owens.
Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times takes a quick look at the division with a focus on the Colts and their chance to repeat as division champs.
Seventh-round pick Ray Fisher became the first of the Colts' 2010 draft class to sign.
The Jaguars signed sixth-round pick Scotty McGee, leaving the team with just two unsigned draft picks.
Fantasy aficionado Maurice Jones-Drew weighed in on who he thinks is the top options at quarterback, running back and wideout.
Robert Johnson agreed to a deal with the Tennessee Titans, which he announced on his Twitter account.
The Titans opted to shuffle their offensive line this offseason even though the unit led the way for just the sixth 2,000-yard rusher in NFL history. Jim Wyatt writes that, "because it will take some time to develop chemistry, the line will give up more sacks and the Titans will have fewer rushing yards. It will still be one of the team’s best units, however."