Bulletin Board Material: The Best AFC South Articles from 6/15

Nate Dunlevy@NateDunlevyGuest ColumnistJune 15, 2012

Gary Kubiak lands a new deal. Meh.
Gary Kubiak lands a new deal. Meh.Bob Levey/Getty Images

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Tennessee

Paul Kuharsky says Nate Washington is growing up.

Terry McCormick says Kendall Wright bruised his shoulder.

Jim Wyatt has more details on Wright.

Wyatt talks to Jake Locker about his camp.

John Glennon says Locker is improving his fundamentals.

 

Indianapolis

Pete DiPrimio says Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney are up for something new.

Bob Kravitz says Freeney is ready for his new role.

Kyle Rodriguez talks about things we learned in minicamp.

Kuharsky says the Colts are less serious now.

Phil Wilson has notes from the final minicamp practice.

Phil Richards reports the Colts have just 2,100 season tickets left.

Mike Chappell says Andrew Luck will be working for the next few weeks.

 

Jacksonville

Kuharsky says Eben Britton wants Blaine Gabbert to be comfortable.

Tania Ganguli says Mike Mularkey is paying attention to the little things.

Gene Frenette says that both sides are right in the Maurice Jones-Drew standoff.

 

Houston

Kuharsky says Rick Smith and Gary Kubiak should thank Wade Phillips for their extensions.

John McClain says the Texans signed Moran Norris.

McClain comments on the new deals for Kubiak and Smith.

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