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Maurice Jones-Drew, Steve Slaton and Chris Johnson all make Matt Bowen's list of the top 10 dual-threat running backs.
In "The Agent's Journal," Jack Bechta discusses why negotiations for rookie contracts usually take so long to get started.
Dan Orlovsky is saying the right things for a backup quarterback, writes Brian McTaggart.
A look at the Texans' "All Access" event from Alan Burge.
Dwight Freeney is looking forward to the changes of new defensive coordinator Larry Coyer, writes John Oehser.
Peyton Manning has to relax and let the coaching situation shake out, says Oehser.
Manning's displeasure won't have a long-term impact, writes Oehser.
Mike Chappell takes questions.
Colts players discuss the transition to Jim Caldwell at Colts.com.
Shuttle service to Jaguars' games will operate as it has in the past, writes Larry Hannan.
Nick Harper thinks he'll stop dropping interception chances after having LASIK surgery, writes Jim Wyatt.
Wyatt wants to know your choice for breakout player for the Titans.
Defensive coordinator Chuck Cecil may prove to be the Titans' most important rookie, says Terry McCormick.
The Titans aren't expecting to get anything out of the league's investigation into whether the Redskins tampered with Albert Haynesworth, writes McCormick.