Friday, February 8, 2013
AFC South links: Titans need Williams' fire
By ESPN.com staff
Following a 2-4 finish to the season, Texans chairman and CEO Bob McNair says the entire team needs to play better, not just quarterback Matt Schaub. Nick Scurfield of the team's website has more.
Running back Arian Foster tweeted an inspirational message for college football recruits, writes Justin Boyd of the Houston Chronicle.
The Colts, who are at least $44 million under the salary cap, have a lot of work to do before free agency opens March 12, writes Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star.
Offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch is driven to succeed, writes Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union.
New coach Gus Bradley has completed his coaching staff, writes Stellino.
The Titans need Gregg Williams to lose the bounties, but keep his aggressive, take-no-prisoners presence that will instill an attitude and a purpose to a defense that sorely needs a fresh start, writes David Climer of the Tennessean.
Defensive end Derrick Morgan discussed the addition of Williams on "NFL AM": "I'm hoping he brings that spark, just kind of more guidance and direction for our defense."