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In order to better know the Jaguars, we need to know their enemies. Our enemies of course are the rest of the AFC South. Let's take a look at what's going on in the AFC South division. 

Sources: Jerry Gray Agrees To Be Tennessee Titans Defensive Coordinator - Music City Miracles
Another piece to the coaching puzzle has been added, as TitanInsider reports that Texas defensive backs coach Jerry Gray has agreed to be the Titans' defensive coordinator. Considering he has been in Nashville for the last two days, it comes as no surprise.Source: Titans Interested in Mike Tice for Offensive Coordinator - Music City Miracles

Thie Chicago Tribune is reporting this morning that Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Munchak would like to talk to Chicago Bears offensive line coach Mike Tice about becoming the offensive coordinator. The author of that article says he doesn't know if the Bears will grant the Titans permission to talk to Tice or notTexans Hire Jim Ryan And John Butler To Complete Coaching Staff - Battle Red Blog

Your best source for quality Houston Texans news, rumors, analysis, stats and scores from the fan perspective.Rick Smith: DeMeco Ryans "Doing Fine" - Battle Red Blog

Not exactly earth-shattering news from the GM, but it passes for information during the interminable offseason.Gray will learn personnel, not force system - AFC South Blog - ESPN

Jerry Gray is a far different guy and different coach as he comes to Nashville to be Mike Munchak’s defensive coordinator than he was when he left the franchise in 2000 after four years coaching as an assistant.With Jags, fewer headaches for Sheppard - AFC South Blog - ESPN

Just a wild guess here, but dealing with David Garrard and a drafted Jaguars quarterback will prove a lot easier than dealing with Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens. That’s the shift Mike Sheppard gets as he moves from overseeing receivers with the Bengals to coaching quarterbacks in Jacksonville.2010 Colts Positional Review: Defensive Ends - Stampede Blue

So far this off-season we have looked at the Bookends and the Hog-Mollies on the O-Line and the Big Uglys on the defensive front. Now it's time for the Defensive Ends. The first thing to mention when talking about this position is the amount the Colts have invested in it. From my salary breakdown from before I was a writer, I found the DEs made close to $23 million this year.Know You Colts History: First Week Without Football - Stampede Blue

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