AFC South: Torri Williams

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Houston Texans

The Texans hope the worst is over as they take on the Jaguars, says Dale Robertson.

Karl Paymah is on IR and Torri Williams in on the roster, says John McClain.

Frank Bush’s approval rating is at an all-time low, says Jerome Solomon.

Indianapolis Colts

Low-key Reggie Wayne isn’t like Chad Ochocinco or Terrell Owens, says Mike Chappell.

As injuries mount, the Colts count on Antoine Bethea even more, says Phil Richards.

Gary Brackett got fined $10,000 for a hit on Michael Vick, says Chappell.

Things to watch for, from Nate Dunlevy.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Gene Smith remains optimistic in this Q&A with Vito Stellino.

A game breakdown from Tania Ganguli.

Tennessee Titans

Randy Moss gives the Titans a whole different chance on deep balls, says Jim Wyatt.

Wyatt’s game breakdown.

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August, 4, 2010
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Houston Texans

Connor Barwin may be the most-improved player on defense, says John McClain.

The story of long-shot safety Torri Williams, from Jerome Solomon.

Darryl Sharpton got some work with the first team, says John McClain and Jordan Godwin.

Turf wars sometimes require mixing it up according to Eric Winston, writes McClain.

Matt Schaub should be mentioned with the league’s best quarterbacks, says Vic Carucci.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts have five receivers who’ve shown the can start, says Mike Chappell.

Indy got into hitting mode, says Chappell.

Reggie Wayne and Robert Mathis aren’t going to get paid more, but are class acts about it, says John Oehser.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Tyson Alualu is building a future, says Tania Ganguli.

D’Anthony Smith needs Achilles surgery, says Ganguli.

Roger Goodell’s message was tough love, says Vic Ketchman.

I sweated with Ketchman on camera for this AFC South roundup. Man I need to shed some pounds and carry a towel.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans are using a special blood treatment as part of Derrick Morgan’s rehab, say Jim Wyatt and John Glennon.

Ryan Mouton made the play of the day, says Wyatt.

“With action-hero good looks, the humility of a Trappist monk and hands softer than the economy, Titans rookie wide receiver Marc Mariani is an easy guy to root for,” writes Bob McClellan.