AFC South training camp one-liners

After a strong training camp, Jaguars WR Troy Williamson looked even better in the preseason opener as a starter.  (It’s hard to believe I just wrote that sentence.)

Jacksonville couldn’t protect QB David Garrard against Miami.

At least the Jaguars didn’t get pushed around in their preseason opener, especially the defensive line.

Jaguars G.M. Gene Smith won’t respond to allegations that he performed unethically when he claimed Browns CB Don Carey. 

Titans RB LenDale White got hit in “a bad place” at practice Tuesday.

ESPN’s Paul Kuharsky says not to get too excited about Vince Young’s improved preseason effort because he wasn’t making multiple reads on most plays.

Young is showing improved maturity in his handling of the media.

Titans WRs Chris Davis, Paul Williams, Mark Jones, and Lavelle Hawkins are all headed in the wrong direction.

Colts RB Joseph Addai is doing everything he can to help new teammate Donald Brown.

The Colts defense, already rather banged up, saw CB Kelvin Hayden get hurt Tuesday.

TE Dallas Clark isn’t worried about his history of concussions.

Colts coach Jim Caldwell likes training camp because of the “captive audience.”

Houston signed QB Alex Brink to help take some snaps until Rex Grossman is healthy.

Texans DT Travis Johnson is nearing his return from sports hernia surgery.

Texans G Eric Winston had an interesting view on Brett Favre’s return on Twitter: “Man, how bad did
Farve play the Vikings and get everything he wanted?? No camp . . . Check!
$10 mil . . .  Check! Super Bowl . . . We’ll see.”

With Houston and New Orleans practicing together this week, it’s time to reflect on Charley Casserly’s greatest moment.