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Bulletin Board Material: The Best AFC South Articles from 5/7

The J'Addai Master goes to the dark side.
The J'Addai Master goes to the dark side.Andy Lyons/Getty Images
Nate DunlevyGuest ColumnistMay 7, 2012

Welcome to the Bulletin Board, where we always end mini-camp with a touchdown.



Mike Chappell has the scoop on Andrew Luck's first practice as a Colt.

Phil B. Wilson says this mini-camp is different.

According to Chappell, the Colts are loading up the information for Luck to digest.

Joe Addai is a Patriot, and Chappell thinks that's a mistake.

Eric Frenz looks at Addai to the Pats.

Chappell says the mini-camp ended with a bang.

Chappell says Luck is on the bench until school is out.

Mike Tanier has some fun at Jim Irsay's expense.

I look at the history of two tight ends in Indianapolis.



Andrew Strickert explores rebuilding the Titans line.

Jim Wyatt breaks down the roster.

Wyatt has the story of the friendship between Matt Hasselbeck and Michael Roos.



John McClain says that Wade Phillips sees bright days ahead for the pass rush.



Vito Stellino says that Justin Blackmon is none the worse for wear after a minor camp injury.

Stellino tells us that Ryan Davis is following in the footsteps of Rashean Mathis.

Tania Ganguli reveals that the Jags signed a fullback.

Stellino says that Mike Mularkey liked the energy in camp.

Ganguli says that talks with Josh Scobee aren't going anywhere.

The Onion goofs on Bryan Anger in a hilarious must-read.

Stellino says that Anger takes the ribbing in stride.

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