Wednesday, March 13, 2013
RTC: Jaguars ask for trust in the plan
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage ...
The Texans now have a need at fullback, with James Casey gone to Philadelphia. They also cut receiver Kevin Walter, says John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. I think Casey will do a lot for the Eagles and leave people wondering why Gary Kubiak didn't manage to do more with him.
J.J. Watt has a snappy answer to a Twitter follower who wanted to fight him.
To which I say: Twitter muscles amuse me.
The Colts felt like Day 1 all came together for them, says Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.
The addition of cornerback Greg Toler signals the end for Jerraud Powers, says Phillip B. Wilson of the Star.
Toler’s deal is three years, $15 million according to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun.
Exploring the idea of Greg Jennings to the Colts, with Nate Dunlevy of Bleacher Report.
The Colts' roster is still in need of some dynamic talent, says Greg Cowan of Colts Authority. He also looks at the somewhat controversial big dollars for Erik Walden.
To which I say: Odds now suggest the dynamic talent additions of the offseason are going to show up in the draft.
Quiet as free agency started, the Jaguars are asking fans to trust their plan, says Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.
To which I say: They did well to make it clear in advance they weren't going to be free-agency front-runners, so the reaction has been tempered.
David Caldwell and Gus Bradley were both at Florida’s pro day on Tuesday, says Hays Carlyon of the Times-Union.
The Titans were sprinters at the start of free agency, adding guard Andy Levitre and tight end Delanie Walker, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean. They are expected to add defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill Wednesday.
Shopping Nate Washington is risky, at least for now, says Wyatt.
To which I say: I’m not sure I understand the Titans' interest in St., Louis free agent Danny Amendola or their interest in moving away from Washington.
The Titans re-signed fullback Quinn Johnson, says Wyatt.
Running back Shonn Greene will visit Tennessee, says Wyatt.