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Around the AFC South

In order to know your team, you need to also know your enemy. Let's take a bounce around the AFC South.

The Lions a Possible Suitor for Stephen Tulloch? - Music City Miracles
Dan Graziano is the ESPN blogger for the NFC East. He has been going position by position and looking at guys who would become unrestricted free agents if the service time is only 4 years in the new CBA.

Woman Charged With Extortion Against Damian Williams - Music City Miracles
Jim Wyatt is reporting tonight, as rothbard posted in this fanshot, that Metro Nashville police have charged a woman with trying to extort money from Tennessee Titans receiver Damian Williams.

Age issues: Clock ticking on these four - AFC South Blog - ESPN
Center Brad Meester bounced back and played better in 2010 than he did in 2009, when there was a lot of talk about him slipping. GM Gene Smith indicated that Meester's 2009 performance had a lot to do with unsteady guard play.

Cooper could be good fit for Jaguars, Titans - AFC South Blog - ESPN
Ralph from San Diego hit the mailbag to bring up a name we have not discussed as a free agent possibility in the AFC South. CooperThe Jaguars are definitely in the market for a veteran linebacker or two, and the Titans could also be looking. I’ve mentioned Barrett Ruud, Paul Posluszny and Clint Session.

Best NFL Quarterback The Last Three Years Is Peyton Manning - Stampede Blue
One of the reasons I haven't gotten so red-faced angry in recent years over the whole Manning v. Brady debate is that, for me, the debate was closed two years ago when Peyton Manning won his NFL record fourth league MVP and guided the Colts to another Super Bowl. Anyone saying that 'Brady is better' after that is either someone who is loyal to the Patriots organization (former players working in network television), has a vested interest in the Patriots succeeded (Boston-area media), or is a complete dumbass (Cold Hard Football Facts).

PFT's Team Checklist Series Talks Colts - Stampede Blue
After years of bashing them for their coverage of Marvin Harrison allegedly wounding a known criminal with a handgun outside Harrison's bar in Philadelphia, I've become friendly with the editors at Pro Football Talk, in particular Mike Florio and Gregg Rosenthal.