Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Rick Gosselin shows that a team doesn't need a Pro Bowl receiver to succeed.
Matt Schaub followed up an errant tee shot with multiple apologies, writes Scott Sonner.
Lance Zierlein considers the Texans' Madden ratings.
Will Kyle Shanahan end up working on Mike Shanahan's staff if and when he resurfaces? Alan Burge contemplates the question.
Charley Casserly doesn't belong near a Texans Ring of Honor, says Burge.
Matt Sohn expects Melvin Bullitt to be platooned with Bob Sanders to keep Sanders fresh. (Thanks to Stampede Blue for the link.)
Rod Woodson thinks the Colts won't make the playoffs, says Oehser.
Oehser found this Cedar Rapids report on Dallas Clark back at the beginning.
The team Web site looks at tight end Jacob Tamme.
Mike Chappell talked to Reggie Wayne at his annual charity basketball game.
Michael Vick could help generate excitement for the Jaguars, says Vinnie Iyer. New GM Gene Smith has done a lot of work on team character since taking over. No matter what his stance on second chances, this move would not fit with that.
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium is unlikely to have a new name this season, says Mark Basch.
Matt Jones is hoping for another chance. Michael C. Wright talked to the former Jacksonville receiver.
Five questions the Titans hope to answer during training camp, from Jim Wyatt.
Kerry Collins is in control of the Titans' quarterback situation, writes Wyatt.
The Titans and Kyle Vanden Bosch have had preliminary conversations about the defensive end's future, writes Terry McCormick. I bet the agents for a lot of guys set to be free agents in 2010 have had these sorts of chats.
Sean Payton's substitute Monday Morning Quarterback includes his recollections of Steve McNair. Like so many, Payton incorrectly remembers the Titans as one yard from winning Super Bowl XXXIV when they were one yard from tying it.