Reading the coverage: Hayden an 'old man'

May, 24, 2010
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Houston Texans

Kareem Jackson is confident he’ll do well, says Jeffrey Martin.

Andre Johnson hired a new agent, says John McClain. McClain thinks it’s a smart move and I agree.

Indianapolis Colts

Kelvin Hayden qualifies as the old man of the Colts’ cornerback group, says Mike Chappell.

Chappell like Brandon James’ chances.

Some tickets to preseason games are on sale, says Chappell.

A look at Tony Ugoh’s attitude about shifting to guard, from John Oehser.

Breaking down what the Colts did on third down last year with Stampede Blue.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Team Teal is the primary reason ticket sales are better, writes Abel Harding.

Offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter likes to throw it, but understands how many other factors go into the game plan, says Vito Stellino.

Rashean Mathis’ protest has been met with silence, says Gene Frenette.

Tennessee Titans

Kennedy Pola’s embracing the challenges of his new job, says John Glennon.

Chris Simms and the Titans are both looking for stability, says Jim Wyatt.

The Titans quarterbacks have varying styles, says David Boclair.

Once he’s fully recovered from neck surgery, Mark Jones hopes to compete for a spot with the Titans, writes Wyatt.

With or without Chris Johnson, the Titans aren’t a playoff team, says Joe Biddle.

Bo Scaife is expected to rejoin the team this week, says Wyatt.

Vince Young’s agent change is a big sign of progress, writes Boclair.

Paul Kuharsky | email

ESPN Tennessee Titans reporter

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