As the Tennessee Titans prepare to embark on training camp this week, the rest of the AFC South — the Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts — will do the same.
Like the Titans, the Colts saw their rookies report on July 23, and then the veteran will show up on July 26. The Texans have the same veteran report date, but rookies show up on July 24. The Jags will see all of their players report on July 24.
Ahead of training camp, Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence is getting together with teammates not only to work out, but to bond as well.
In Indianapolis, the Colts placed four players on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list, one of whom is their best player on defense.
In Houston, one writer believes the Texans could be an option for a future Hall of Fame head coach down the road if they can right the ship.
We cover those stories and more in our latest AFC South round-up.
We’re cheating a bit because this news broke on Sunday, but the Colts have placed linebacker Darius Leonard on the PUP list, along with defensive end Tyquan Lewis, safety Rodney McLeod and wide receiver Michael Strachan.
Indy added to its defensive line room on Saturday by claiming defensive tackle Byron Cowart off waivers from the New England Patriots.
Colts Wire’s Kevin Hickey took a stab at projecting guard Quenton Nelson’s next contract, and he puts it at $19-20 million per year over a five-year deal.
Texans Wire’s Mark Lane explains why next year’s draft might be the one where Houston targets a quarterback.
Texans Wire’s Mark Lane believes if Houston can show it is ready to contend it might have a chance at landing former New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton should he choose to return to the sideline.
Texans Wire’s Mark Lane believes it’ll be difficult for running back Dameon Pierce to break Houston’s single-season record for rushing yards by a rookie, which is 1,282.
Jags quarterback Trevor Lawrence is getting in some good old-fashioned bonding time with his teammates ahead of training camp.
Jags 2021 third-round pick, Andre Cisco, wants to take on more of a leadership role as he enters a season in which he figures to start.
James Johnson of Jags Wire recently sat down with Lawrence to talk about a number of things on the “Touchdown Jaguars!” podcast. Check it out below.