Monday, May 14, 2012
AFC South links: Reviewing Colts camp
By ESPN.com staff
Former Texans left guard Chester Pitts is working to become a certified financial planner in order to help current NFL players deal with their sudden fortunes, the Houston Chronicle's Dale Robertson reports.
The Indianapolis Star's Phillip B. Wilson and Zak Keefer break down the many questions that remain after the Colts held their first rookie camp.
If Colts quarterback Andrew Luck wants to travel across the country, he'll have to do it without owner Jim Irsay's private jet.
Defensive tackle Terrance Knighton could be cleared for full workouts soon, and his recovery has been nothing short of miraculous, according to a report in Big Cat Country.
Plenty of NFL hopefuls flip-flop their positions with the hopes of landing on a team. But for highly touted defensive end Taylor Thompson, a switch to tight end caught the attention of many NFL scouts, writes John Glennon of the Tennessean.
Meet Titans rookie Mike Martin. "He plays the saxophone. He shows dogs. He’s an Eagle Scout. He produced a video series chronicling his senior season at Michigan," reports The Tennessean's David Climer.