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Our AFC South chat resumes Thursday at 3:00 p.m. You can join us by going here. Two for one discounts on admission, so bring a friend.
One story that touches more than one team:
Don Banks lists Titans defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz as an A-list candidate for a head-coaching job, gives Gary Kubiak a 35 percent chance of losing his job and doesn't mention Jack Del Rio.
Long-snapper Bryan Pittman is one of six NFL players suspended for using a diuretic, writes Megan Manfull.
Matt Schaub is ready to resume work as the Texans' starting quarterback, says John McClain.
Houston now has one of the league's best big-play offenses, says McClain.
Phillip B. Wilson's matchup page for Bengals-Colts.
With Gary Brackett hurt, Tyjuan Hagler gets his chance, writes Wilson.
While ESPN's Steve Young called the Jaguars "disinterested," Jack Del Rio didn't question his team's desire or effort on Monday night, writes Vito Stellino.
Five questions with David Garrard.
A Q&A with Derrick Harvey.