Bulletin Board Material: The Best AFC South Articles from 4/24

Nate Dunlevy@NateDunlevyGuest ColumnistApril 24, 2012

Mark Brunell isn't quite done yet.
Mark Brunell isn't quite done yet.A. Messerschmidt/Getty Images

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General Interest

Andy Benoit asks if an elite quarterback is a necessity.

Paul Kuharsky defends his mock draft choices.

 

Indianapolis

Peter King thinks Dwight Freeney wants a draft-day deal.

Daniel Brown shares advice from great quarterbacks for Andrew Luck. Tip to Kuharksy.

Smart Football says the key to the play action is the pulling guard.

Marvin Harrison will announce the Colts' second- and third-round picks.

Mike Chappell considers wide receivers the Colts might have interest in.

 

Tennessee

David Boclair wonders if the Titans will get what they need.

Gregg Rosenthal opines on Chris Johnson's change of heart.

Andrew Strickert posts a big board.

Tom Gower ponders the Titans' defensive line.

Jim Wyatt and John Glennon say the Titans quarterbacks embrace competition.

 

Houston

John McClain says Bradie James is a good fit.

DeMeco Ryans talks about Philly and Houston. Jerome Solomon has the story.

John McClain shares draft thoughts.

Neil Rackers visited the Redskins according to McClain.

Steph Stradley asks for help to make Bum Phillips: the Opera a reality.

 

Jacksonville

Tania Ganguli says Fred Taylor will announce the Jaguars second round pick.

Vito Stellino says that everyone in the Jaguars' draft room knows their role.

Gene Frenette relays that Mark Brunell hasn't quite filed retirement papers.

Tania Ganguli says there's no trade market for the seventh pick.

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