This is the February 5, 2013 news archive. View today's AFC South rumors and news.
AFC South News and Rumors
With the Super Bowl now in the books and college football’s national signing day coming on Wednesday, the remaining coaching vacancies left in the NFL are likely to be filled in the near future. The Jacksonville Jaguars have gone into to college ranks t
Share TweetIf the Titans don’t cut running back Chris Johnson by February 9, $9 million of his $10 million base salary in 2013 will become fully guaranteed. Despite multiple reports that the Titans won’t cut Johnson, it appears that Johnson has yet to receive anSource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetThe Jacksonville Jaguars have a new logo to signify a new era.
Could we see Texans on opening night?Updated Feb 5 Share TweetThe Baltimore Ravens will host the 2013 NFL regular-season opener. The guessing about who their opponent will be is well under way. The Ravens will host the New England Patriots this season, so a rematch of the AFC Championship Game would be giant. I im…Share TweetESPN’s Bill Polian has a major Insider file out ranking the upcoming class of free agents. He divided them into three tiers: A Players: Worth paying big, starter-caliber money. B Players: Guys I would sign but only if the value made sense. C Players: Gu
Did teams get their money's worth?Updated Feb 5 Share TweetDid they get their money’s worth? It’s a great question now that the NFL season is completely over. Which teams in the league did the best job getting the most value out of their dollars spent? While the salary cap isn’t nearly as constrictive as it
Peter King: More on two Super Bowl XLVII controversies; mailFeb 5It's the first day of the rest of our lives. Thirty-one weeks and two days until opening night at M&T Bank Stadium and the world champion Ravens host the opener of the 2013 season. Time to breathe a little bit. And by the way, if you haven't seen vi…
Running Diary: The New Fast & Furious 6 Extended TrailerFeb 5February 5 is now a holiday. In less than an hour this morning, we learned Gus Johnson is calling the 2018 World Cup, Keith Law's annual list of the t...