Reading the coverage…
Gary Kubiak sees a lot of himself in quarterback Case Keenum, says John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.
The left tackle position has changed, but Duane Brown fits perfectly for the Texans, writes Tania Ganguli.
The 49ers Jim Harbaugh and the Texans Kubiak have their teams on different paths to the top, says Randy Harvey.
The Colts broke camp with a lot of work still ahead, but with confidence, says Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star. “We’ve got a foundation that was built on rock, not sand,” coach Chuck Pagano said.
Pagano wants his team to always be ready for sudden change, says Chappell.
A guess at the Colts' 53-man roster from Brad Wells of Stampede Blue. He goes with nine backers, which could certainly happen for a team wanting to be a 3-4.
Justin Blackmon played like he’s ready to start earning the contract he held out for, says Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union.
The Jaguars three offensive headliners -- Blaine Gabbert, Blackmon and Rashard Jennings -- produced in a big way early on in the win over the Saints, says Gene Frenette of the T-U.
Fourteen Jaguars didn’t dress for the game, says Stellino.
Cameron Bradfield did well filling in for Eugene Monroe, says Ted Lewis for the T-U.
Gabbert was flawless in the narrow confines Mike Mularkey set for him against the Saints, says Nate Dunlevy.
Jake Locker provided more questions than answers in a big chance to help the Titans sort out their quarterback competition, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
Chris Johnson changed the conversation with his performance in the Titans’ second preseason game, says Wyatt.
The Titans made a lot of big plays on defense, says Wyatt.
Locker made poor decisions and was inaccurate, says Dunlevy.