Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
The AFC South is the most overrated division, says Dan Arkush.
Frank Okam is concentrating on getting slimmer and more agile, says Jordan Godwin.
Tony Dungy says the Texans are a "confidence piece away from becoming an elite team," writes Alan Burge.
Damon Hack thinks the Texans have a good chance to contend for the division.
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.
Sorry, but I came up empty.
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.