AFC South Notes: Jaguars, Texans, Titans



  • New QB Nick Foles says he wants to “finish his career” with the Jaguars.  (Daniel Popper)
  • Foles said he was in discussions with five or six different teams this offseason.  (Popper)
  • Jaguars vice president of football operations Tom Coughlin says he does not regret extending QB Blake Bortles last offseason. (Popper)
  • GM Dave Caldwell echoed those comments, saying, “I don’t regret drafting him.  I don’t regret extending him.  He earned that extension.  I regret that it didn’t work out.”  (Popper)



According to Doug Kyed, the Patriots raised their offer for WR Adam Humphries on Tuesday afternoon after he agreed to terms with the Titans on a four-year, $36 million contract. 

New England’s offer included more money per year and a higher guarantee, but Humphries stayed committed to the Titans.  

“Once I committed to Tennessee I was really excited to be a Titan, and I still am,” Humphries said via Jim Wyatt of the team website.

Paul Kuharsky reports the Titans have “zero” concerns about Humphries backing out.  

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