Let’s round up a few Friday notes from around the AFC South….
- Despite dealing with some injuries to their receiving corps, the Colts aren’t likely to add any wideouts to the roster, per head coach Chuck Pagano (Twitter link via Mike Chappell of RTV6). Indianapolis’ tight ends give the club some flexibility to get away without a ton of active receivers.
- The Jaguars had a nice win over the division-rival Titans last night, but at just 3-12 for the season, head coach Gus Bradley knows there’s still plenty of work to do on the club’s roster. “I know we’re going to have to add some players in the draft and free agency to add our strengths,” Bradley said today, according to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union (Twitter link).
- Those Jaguars at least will have plenty of flexibility to add players in free agency, as Joel Corry of CBSSports.com outlines, pointing out that Jacksonville has the most projected cap space for 2015, with over $61MM. Expect the Jags to be “very active” in free agency, says Corry, who notes that the Titans have the fifth-most projected cap room.
- With the Ravens preparing to play the Texans this weekend, with playoff hopes on the line, tight end Owen Daniels recalls that he was “shocked and extremely upset” when he learned that Houston was releasing him last year. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle has the details and the quotes from Daniels.