Reading the coverage: Grady ahead of Taylor?
September, 2, 2009
By Paul Kuharsky | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
In his list of trades that should be made, John Czarnecki says the Titans should trade for Anquan Boldin and the Jaguars need to acquire Tavaris Jackson.
As this might evoke responses from both Texas and Tennessee: Bud Adams was elected to the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, according to John McClain.
Brian Cushing could return from his knee injury and play in the preseason finale in Tampa Bay, says John McClain.
The Texans shouldn’t push Cushing too hard, writes Jerome Solomon.
Gary Kubiak listed Matt Schaub, Kevin Walter and Eugene Wilson as day-to-day as he looked ahead to the opener against the Jets, says McClain.
The Texans have the right coach in place, says Richard Justice.
A replay of McClain’s chat.
Rex Grossman will play on Friday at Tampa Bay, says Alan Burge.
Run defense from the secondary and Antonio Smith was poor against the Vikings, and it’s fair to discuss Schaub’s durability, says Lance Zierlein.
Mike Chappell isn’t expecting to see Peyton Manning or most of the starting offense in Cincinnati.
Jim Sorgi is ready to play, John Oehser says in these notes on Tuesday developments.
Should the Colts keep two quarterbacks or three? Tom James looks at the question.
Oehser’s second stab at predicting the 53-man roster includes linebacker Ramon Humber and defensive back Jacob Lacey.
Chappell thinks Adrian Grady could make the roster ahead of Terrance Taylor.
The Colts cutting Michael Coe gave Phillip B. Wilson pause to remember the guys he covers are human.
Jack Del Rio may be joining the team’s beard brigade, says Michael C. Wright.
The Jaguars aren’t as young as Del Rio is suggesting, says Terry O’Brien.
Tuff Harris returns often to the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana to talk about the possibilities for those who explore outside its boundaries. John Glennon's story.
Jason Jones is back but Mark Jones has issues, says Gary Estwick.
Patrick Ramsey is working to make the Titans keep three quarterbacks, blogs Jim Wyatt.
An injury report from Wyatt.
Nate Washington feels better, but didn’t say much about his potential to return for the opener at Pittsburgh. Audio from titansradio.com.