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Sunday could have been a sign that the Texans’ locker room is changing, says John McClain.
The Texans brought back receiver David Anderson and cut defensive end Tim Bulman, says McClain.
It’s his fifth season, but people are still talking about Jacoby Jones’ potential. Like in this Jeffrey Martin piece.
Duane Brown was the Texans’ unsung hero, says Battle Red Blog.
The transcript of Bill Polian’s radio show, Part I. The plan is to hold a roster spot for Peyton Manning.
Nine times Kerry Collins dropped back on third or fourth down, and nine times he failed to pick up a new set of downs. Highlights included a 3-yard completion with 17 yards to go, a 2-yard gain with 11 yards to go, a 20-yard loss on an intentional grounding penalty, and a sack-fumble on third-and-5. From Football Outsiders.
Examining Peyton Manning’s contract with Andrew Brandt.
Phillip B. Wilson is waiting for the Colts to announce they’ve added linebacker Caleb Campbell.
Return men made plenty of noise in Week 1, says Wilson.
A Q&A with Pat Angerer.
Thomas Neumann’s sarcastic backup quarterback ratings include Curtis Painter.
How about a more aggressive defense, asks Brett Mock.
The Jaguars feel good about running back beyond Maurice Jones-Drew, says Tania Ganguli.
The newcomers had an impact, says John Oehser.
Practice can cure Chris Johnson’s troubles, says David Climer.
Five things John Glennon knows about the Titans at this point.
The Titans worked out six defensive linemen, including Keyunta Dawson, say Glennon and Wyatt.
Matt Hasselbeck’s pick was an inexcusable mistake, says Don Banks.