Bulletin Board Material: The Best AFC South Articles from 7/27

Nate DunlevyGuest ColumnistJuly 27, 2012

Casey has earned more reps.
Casey has earned more reps.Bob Levey/Getty Images

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General Interest

Scott Kacsmar of Cold Hard Football Facts puts together some one-year wonders and a couple of ex-AFC Southers make the list.

Mike Tanier of the Football Outsiders says goodbye to one of the great football columns on the internet.


Houston Texans

Aaron Schatz of the Football Outsiders has an ESPN.com pay piece where he names James Casey a "sample size All-Star".

Randy Harvey of the Houston Chronicle tells Houstonians they should be happy not to live in L.A.

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle has 10 things to watch for in training camp.

McClain catches up on the Texans' roster moves, including adding Bryant Johnson.


Tennessee Titans

The City Paper reports that Eddie George will be a studio host for Fox college football this year.

John Glennon of The Tennessean previews Titans camp.

Glennon says that Kendall Wright likely won't be in for the start of training camp.

Tom Gower of Total Titans has more thoughts on Akeem Ayers.


Indianapolis Colts

Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star says Andrew Luck talked to Colts season ticket holders by phone.


Jacksonville Jaguars

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union juxtaposes Daryl Smith with Maurice Jones-Drew. This is a fine piece, but also why teams hate the press. Smith's non-holdout is compared with Jones-Drew, thus creating the illusion of a locker room split or division. The Jaguars can't appreciate that.

Frenette says Terrance Knighton looks more fit than before.

ESPN has Bill Polian and Matt Light talk about Jones-Drew.

Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com says the Jaguars' new facilities are luxurious.

Mike Freeman of CBSsports.com says Jones-Drew may be willing to drag out his holdout.

Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union talks about the Jaguars' holdouts.

Ganguli has an excellent Jags' notebook.