- Paul Kuharsky, ESPN Staff Writer
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There is always some sort of curiosity with Brian Cushing -- for instance, if or when he'll regain his fine rookie form, whether or not his performance has ever been enhanced by a substance, and if he's fully recovered from offseason knee surgery. But there's no larger question than if he'll ever realize his vast potential. Jeffrey Martin examines that.
Starters should see three quarters in San Francisco, says John McClain.
Don’t give up already on Mario Williams’ move, urges Jerome Solomon.
Kerry Collins got the call on Saturday, says Mike Chappell.
What Collins means, from Phillip B. Wilson.
Austin Collie and a couple other Colts are testing helmets designed by a motor safety guru, says Wilson.
Wilson was disgusted by Jim Caldwell’s news conference and the way the team handled the Collins news.
Looking at Peyton Manning and Matt Ryan with Nate Dunlevy.
Marcedes Lewis says there won’t be a drop-off, says Vito Stellino.
Derek Cox heads into this season with a calmer mindset, says Tania Ganguli.
Aaron Kampman likes the progress of the pass rush, says John Oehser.
The Titans and Chris Johnson remain far apart, says Jim Wyatt.
Jason Jones is losing adjustment time because of an injury, says John Glennon.