The AFC Notebook

A look at the news, insight and hard hits from this week in the AFC.

The Miami Herald is reporting that Drew Rosenhaus has swayed seven Dolphins to switch agents this year and do business with him. This has infuriated some agents and according to the article says that at least two of the agents will tell their clients not to do business with the Dolphins.

Last year's league leading rusher and popular top fantasy pick Chris Johnson has only amassed 39 yards on 19 carries in three games thus far in the preseason. The team, however, seems to be downplaying the issue according to a recent article in The Tennessean which suggests it is no more than part of the Titans' gameplan for his preseason workload.

One game after making the highlight tape by ducking his head and slamming into a would-be tackler in a bid for the end zone, Broncos' quarterback Tim Tebow played like a pocket passing quarterback last night rather than a battering ram quarterback that earned him game at Florida. The result was Tebow going 5 for 10 for 72 yards, a touchdown and an interception.

Former Carolina Panthers' quarterback Jake Delhomme has impressed Eric Mangini with his preseason performance, putting up solid numbers for the Cleveland Browns. "He's been outstanding the whole preseason," said Mangini, per the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "He's pretty close to 80 percent completion [rate], and the way that he runs the offense and gets us into a good play when we're not necessarily in the best situation, that's what I'm looking for out of our quarterback -- to be efficient and also be a really good decision-maker."

Indianapolis Colts defensive captain and former Rutgers' standout Gary Brackett escaped serious injury Thursday night when his teammate Philip Wheeler slammed his helmet into Brackett's right hand. X-rays were negative and a source told the IndyStar.

Last year, we heard of Tim Tebow and Colt McCoy insuring themselves in case of injury. Now Head and Shoulders shampoo has taken out a two million dollar insurance policy on Troy Polamalu's trademark hair. We're sure it's an organic experience…

Raiders' quarterback Jason Campbell appears fine after getting knocked around in a preseason game against San Francisco, including dinging up his wrist. The Associated Press is reporting that Campbell practiced on Monday and looked fine, but his status for this week's preseason game remains uncertain.

Matt Whitfield writes the weekly AFC Notebook for

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