Bulletin Board Material: The Best AFC South Articles from 7/12

Nate Dunlevy@NateDunlevyGuest ColumnistJuly 12, 2012

How is this guy not signed yet?
How is this guy not signed yet?Scott Cunningham/Getty Images

Welcome to the Bulletin Board, winner of the 2004 ESPY for "Best Touchdown Dance" (Waltz Division).

Scott Kacsmar of Bleacher Report has 53 players who might make the Hall of Fame.

Chase Stuart of Football Perspective has pass-rusher data.

Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com looks at tight ends in the division.

 

Jacksonville

Shane Clemons of The Jaggernaut notes that the all-black jersey is for sale.

Tania Ganguli of The Florida Times-Union says no one wins if Josh Scobee plays under the franchise tag.

 

Houston

HoustonTexans.com shares the team press release that Whitney Mercilus and Lestar Jean will appear at Reliant Stadium for an autograph session today.

 

Tennessee

Tom Gower of Total Titans looks again at picks thrown by the Titans.

Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean says the Titans are experimenting with fullbacks.

 

Indianapolis

Kuharsky says the Colts shouldn't risk blackouts.

Phil Richards of the The Indianapolis Star has good data on the blackout issue.

Kyle Rodriguez of Colts Authority urges calm.

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