AFC South training camp one-liners

Texans owner Bob McNair on his coach: “Gary has done a great job. . . .  I’m quite pleased with him, and I think everybody’s very confident about the way he’s coaching this team.”

The backup running back job in Houston is Chris Brown’s to lose, if he can stay healthy for once.

Reserve runner Clifton Dawson sprained his MCL, which will hurt his slim chances to make the team. 

First-round pick Brian Cushing made his practice debut Sunday morning.

Peyton Manning is looking forward to an injury-free training camp.  [Editor’s note:  It won’t happen, if that huge blotch on his forehead from wearing a helmet counts as an injury.]

The Colts beefed up their defensive line, a departure from the Tony Dungy era.

First-round pick Donald Brown will officially be a holdout if he doesn’t report by Sunday at 2:00 p.m.

A healthier Colts offensive line will need to find cohesion in training camp.

Darrius Heyward-Bey’s big deal could make contract talks difficult for the Jaguars and Eugene Monroe.

The battle is on in Jacksonville to replace Fred Taylor.

One running back competitor, Rashad Jennings, has never had a sip of alcohol in his life.

With big changes after a 5-11 year, the Jaguars are rebuilding retooling.

LenDale White’s secret weight loss formula:  less tequila.

Center Kevin Mawae (triceps) will miss the next two-to-three weeks; could he lose his starting job?

Jared Cook knows how to get airborne to catch a pass.

Chris Johnson on his buddy Chad Ochocinco: “I look up to Chad.  I like the type of player he is,” Johnson said.  “I
don’t even call Chad a player, I call him an entertainer.”