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Around the AFC South 5/5/11

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As we wade through the mud that is the NFL offseason, let's take a look at what's hot today in the AFC South.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Paul Kuharsky of ESPN gives us a glimpse of Todd McShay's 2012 mock draft, where he has the Jaguars taking Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College 

John Oehser explains why fifth round draft pick Rod Isaac will fit in with the Jaguars

Tennessee Titans

Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean explains how former UCLA teammates rookie Akeem Ayers and veteran Alterraun Verner will push each other to succeed.

Former Titans head coachJeff Fisher will be joining former patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi and former Eagles tight end Chad Lewis in climbing Mount Kilimanjaro next week.

Indianapolis Colts

According Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star explains how commissioner Roger Goodell urged Colts fans that no matter what, the Super Bowl will be played in Indianapolis next year

Houston Texans explains how defensive coordinator Wade Phillips is planning on moving defensive end Mario Williams to a weak side linebacker in his 3-4 scheme.