Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
Greetings from Indianapolis, where I will head over to Lucas Oil Stadium shortly to get ready for Seahawks-Colts.
Here's your mandatory morning pregame reading:
Matt Schaub is compiling quality stats, writes John McClain.
The Texans and Raiders are more alike than expected, says Dale Robertson.
Four Texans will do their part for breast cancer awareness, says McClain.
Anthony Hill is out of the hospital and talked to Mark Berman.
Seattle will try to match the Colts’ tempo, says Mike Chappell.
The running game is making strides, writes Phil Richards.
It’s almost like Tony Dungy never left, says Alex Marvez.
Former Colts coach Jim Mora’s grandsons lighten the mood regarding his famous “playoffs?” rant, says Phillip B. Wilson.
The Colts will also wear a splash of pink, writes Chappell.
Chappell doesn’t expect to see Marcus Howard back with the team during Dwight Freeney’s absence.
John Oehser takes questions, several about Clint Session and Jordan Senn.
Gene Frenette looks at Jeff Fisher’s staying power.
Daryl Smith is low key but gets high marks, says Michael C Wright.
Spillover from Wright’s interview with Smith landed in his blog.
David Garrard and the fans lose out from Jack Del Rio’s radio decision, writes Frenette.
End Julius Williams plays great in practice but hasn’t translated it into games yet, says Wright.
Keys to the game from iJax.com.
Shallow thoughts and aimless musings from bigcatcountry.com.
The Titans cut Patrick Ramsey and elevated cornerback Cary Williams from the practice squad, writes Wyatt.
Some Titans are concerned by the results of a recent brain disease study, writes Jim Wyatt.
Wyatt’s breakdown of the Titans’ matchup with the Jaguars.
Ryan Mouton’s looking for redemption, says Wyatt.
Eugene Amano is helping with typhoon relief.
The AP got Steve McNair’s public service announcement urging young people contemplating suicide to live to see better days.
Long passes are not a priority for Mike Heimerdinger, says Gary Estwick.