With all the combine action going on, it's easy to forget that the Tennessee Titans announced via press release that they had signed veteran safety George Wilson Friday afternoon.
Wilson will provide help for Michael Griffin without taxing the Titans' cap. His deal covers just two years and costs $4 million, a price at which he'll almost assuredly pay dividends for Tennessee.
Gower notes that Wilson will at minimum provide leadership and improve on the spotty play of Jordan Babineaux.
It's a positive first step for the Titans toward restoring their defense. Wilson isn't a long-term fix, obviously, but at the money they signed him for he doesn't have to be.
Phil B. Wilson of the Indianapolis Star absolutely nails what matters at the combine.
Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com asks if the Texans will go after a wideout.
I discussed Colts football with Roosevelt Colvin in a PFWA-sponsored Google hangout.
Kyle Rodriguez of Colts Authority shares his thoughts on the release of Dwight Freeney.
Kuharsky talks about Josh Chapman with Stephania Bell.
Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star says Freeney will get a "Thanks for the memories" tag on his banner. The team has been doing this since Jim Harbaugh left in 1998.
Kuharsky examines the likelihood of a guard going to the Titans.
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean says the Titans are open to the idea.
Kuharsky says Gus Bradley likes Blaine Gabbert.
Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union says Bradley is looking for a "leo."
O'Halloran says Derek Cox could hit the open market.
O'Halloran implores the Jaguars to find a right tackle.
O'Halloran examines second round options for the Jaguars.