AFC South: David Letterman
An NFL Network list of the top Heisman Trophy winners in the NFL ranked Tim Tebow over Earl Campbell, says Nick Matthews of the Houston Chronicle.
Free-agent kicker Neil Rackers met with the Redskins, says John McClain of the Chronicle.
Texans TV rounded up a big gang for a thorough video discussion about what the Texans might do in the 2012 draft.
Rate the Colts' need of a receiver for Andrew Luck as high, says Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.
Chappell’s looking forward to seeing Chuck Pagano lead a voluntary minicamp that kicks off today.
Luck will visit with David Letterman on draft day.
A trading card company has filed suit against Luck, says Matthews.
Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union sets up the Jaguars' draft room, running through who’s at the main table. Shad Khan has room for family members at the team’s primary table. I don’t know how many owners have family members with them in such a setting. But I know how many should: none.
More on how it’s likely to be difficult, or impossible, to trade out of No. 7, from Ganguli.
Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com rates Melvin Ingram as the best pass-rusher in the draft. That’d make him ideal for the Jaguars if he’s there at No. 7.
Matt Hasselbeck and Jake Locker are ready to compete for the Titans’ starting quarterback job, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
The Tennessean’s multimedia draft preview looks at every possible pick at No. 20.
Wyatt reviews the Titans’ roster, position-by-position, with what they’ve got and what they need.
A good list of free-agents to be from The Sporting News.
Pete Prisco’s got new power rankings.
Chris Burke looks at the 14 title-less teams and the likelihood they break through next year.
Touching on the big Texans questions with John McClain.
Colts fan David Letterman had Drew Brees as a guest. Scott Thien takes a look at the interview.
Mike Chappell takes questions, addressing Tom Moore, Super Bowl tickets and Tim Jennings.
Peyton Manning's non-handshake has been overblown, says David Whitley.
A year later, Tony Dungy says he still feels good about his retirement decision.
The media has the attention span of a gnat, which cheapens all of their proclamations, says Deshawn Zombie. I think a lot of media bashing is overly emotional. Zombie’s is generally well reasoned. Here is a good fan appreciation for a great season.
Looking at some good numbers from the Super Bowl with Stampede Blue.
Maurice Jones-Drew and Tim Tebow will be grand marshals of qualifying races at Daytona, says Don Coble.
Focus on the human confrontation in football, urges Vic Ketchman.
Looking at the offensive line with August West.
The spotlight beckons Mario Williams again, says Richard Justice.
Matt Schaub sees Monday night as a chance to showcase the Texans, writes John McClain.
Vince Young is a double threat for the Texans, says McClain.
A replay of McClain’s chat.
Surpassing John Mackey humbles Dallas Clark, says Mike Chappell.
Gary Brackett is quite familiar with Ray Rice, says Phil Richards.
A knee injury means Terrell Suggs won’t play against the Colts on Sunday.
The Colts are missing Anthony Gonzalez, are watching Jerraud Powers gain confidence and are relentless on defense, says John Oehser.
The standard is high for Clark, there’s accountability on the offensive line and Reggie Wayne is as good as there is, says Oehser.
Thirteen players missed practice Wednesday, writes Oehser.
The league is looking into a postgame incident where Bill Belichick’s security guy and a cameraman came into contact, says Tom Spalding.
Yes, the failures of Tony Ugoh and Mike Pollak are bad, but the Colts have been able to replace them, says Stampede Blue.
The Colts and Saints are the league’s two best teams, but one of them probably won’t make the Super Bowl, says Clark Judge.
Perry Fewell will make his head coaching debut against the Jags, a team he used to work for, says Vito Stellino.
Rashean Mathis is out of the Buffalo game with a groin injury, says Michael C. Wright.
Is there a segment of Jaguars fans that spend time searching for signs of disrespect? Vic Ketchman wonders,
Clint Ingram is not what he should be, says big Cat Country.
Jimmy Smith got probation after a guilty plea to a drug possession charge.
With Chris Johnson and Young, the Titans are double trouble running the ball, says Jim Wyatt.
David Letterman saluted Bud Adams, says Jim Wyatt.
Adams is making the weekend a reunion of the original Oilers, says Terry McCormick.
Chase Stuart looks at Johnson’s numbers.
Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Former Colts coach Tony Dungy will be a guest on the "Late Show with David Letterman" on Thursday night.
Dungy retired after 31 years in the NFL as a player and coach. He's now promoting a new book, "Uncommon: Finding Your Path to Significance."
His straight, deadpan delivery makes him a good guest for Letterman, whose roots are in Indiana.
Also slated to appear: Actress Renee Zellweger and Graham Nash, who will sit in with Paul Shaffer and the CBS Orchestra.