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Greetings from AFC South central. What looked to be a quiet week has found a few story lines. Here's what I found this morning.
New assistants on the defensive side of the ball, Bill Kollar and David Gibbs, promise to help raise the intensity and aggressiveness, writes John McClain.
McClain says Kollar's got a drill sergeant mentality.
The departure of defensive coordinator Ron Meeks leaves the unit's philosophy in limbo, writes Mike Chappell.
Another look at Meeks' departure, from Justin A. Cohn.
The cap won't allow for any sort of defensive overhaul, blogs Phillip B. Wilson.
Colts followers might enjoy this piece on Edgerrin James by Charles Robinson.
Secondary coach Donnie Henderson confirmed to Scout.com that he's no longer with the Jaguars, writes Vito Stellino.
Kerry Collins is a late Pro Bowl addition, writes Jim Wyatt.
Another look at Collins-to-Hawaii, from Terry McCormick.
Keith Bulluck is not sure about his long-term future, says McCormick.