AFC South Notes: Colts, Jaguars, Texans, Titans





Texans WR Demaryius Thomas admitted following Sunday’s game that it was a “tough” week for him, being traded and joining a new team.

“It was tough, man,” Thomas said, via the Denver Post. “It was tough. Throughout the week, it was tough. I just wanted to make sure I knew all the plays and helped my guys.

  • Regarding RB D’Onta Foreman returning from the PUP list, Texans HC Bill O’Brien said that his situation is “trending upwards” but they don’t know if he’ll be activated this week or after their bye. (Aaron Wilson)
  • Texans rookie WR Keke Coutee (hamstring) said he has no plans to return to the team until he is sure he is 100 percent healthy: “Until I’m 100 percent, I won’t be back out there. We’re taking it day by day. I’m doing a little bit better every day. I’m definitely taking a little time during the bye.” (Houston Chronicle)


  • David Moore of the Dallas Morning News reports that the Titans were also willing to meet the Raiders’ asking price of a first-round pick for WR Amari Cooper, but wanted to flip draft positions with Oakland on the second day of the draft.
  • The Cowboys were willing to trade a first-round pick without any conditions attached.

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