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Mario Williams has been cleared to play, say John McClain and Jordan Godwin.
Glover Quin is looking like a shutdown corner, writes Godwin.
Preseason games will be bigger for Dan Orlovsky than anyone else, says John McClain.
David Anderson’s first column for the Chronicle is from the cold tub.
Gary Kubiak’s hardly thrilled with Ben Tate, says Alan Burge.
Quin and Kareem Jackson are leading a crowded defensive backfield, says Daniel Gotera.
Jeff Saturday had a knee scoped, says Mike Chappell.
Banged-up on the offensive line, the Colts added two more linemen, says Chappell.
Adam Vinatieri is back to form, says Chappell.
It’s too early to panic over injuries, says Phillip. B Wilson.
Bob Kravitz tries to find something to nitpick about the Colts.
Notes from Peyton Manning’s chat with the media from John Oehser.
Fili Moala is finally getting comfortable, says Michael Marot.
John Gill’s been placed on the non-football illness list, says Aaron Wilson.
Brandon James’ speed is a key to his chances, says Larry Hawley.
Mike Thomas may be emerging as the No. 2 receiver, says Tania Ganguli.
The Jaguars' offense looked good against the Colts, says Ganguli.
Jacksonville’s City Council approved the naming rights deal for EverBank Field, says Tia Mitchell.
Broken seats are not news, says Vic Ketchman.
The Titans run the risk of overusing Chris Johnson, writes David Climer.
Gerald McRath’s mouth and motor never seem to tire, says John Glennon.
Injury updates from Glennon.
Jason McCourty writes for the Tennessean’s Titans Insider blog.
To get good, Lavelle Hawkins reminded himself he was good, says David Boclair.