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Reading the coverage: Okam more agile

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

The AFC South is the most overrated division, says Dan Arkush.

Houston Texans

Indianapolis Colts

  • Priority No. 1 for the Colts is fixing the run game, writes Mike Chappell.

  • Ryan Lilja is on track and eager for training camp to start, says Chappell.

  • Catching up on this one: Chappell talked to Jim Irsay, who said he expects Tom Moore and Howard Mudd back as consultants by training camp.

  • John Oehser says to expect Moore and Mudd to be in their same old roles. I agree that the idea of their return creating some sort of conflict or confusion is overplayed.

  • Bob Sanders didn't want to talk about injuries, writes Oehser. The best way for Sanders to avoid injury questions is to get on the field regularly.

  • Peyton Manning tells Peter King he does not have a Twitter account.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Sorry, but I came up empty.

Tennessee Titans

  • Jeff Fisher will join Tom Coughlin, Bill Cowher, Jon Gruden and John Harbaugh on a trip later this month to visit with troops in the Persian Gulf, says Peter King. Also, Rodney Harrison talks about missing a Pro Bowl when Blaine Bishop went, using it as an example of the game being a popularity contest. It's a silly thing to say, because Bishop played on Oilers/Titans teams that got less attention than Harrison's and wasn't winning any popularity contests.

  • Five reasons to look forward to the Titans' season from Terry McCormick.

  • This list of five things to watch from Clifton Brown includes Vince Young's angst.