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Amobi Okoye’s been playing better says Dale Robertson.
John McClain still sees some reasons for optimism with the Texans.
Richard Justice measures Gary Kubiak against the other coaches hired in 2006.
Alan Burge finds a report about a roster move and some workouts.
An explanation for the release of Ed Johnson is expected Wednesday, says Phillip B. Wilson.
The loss of Johnson has major ramifications at a thin position, says John Oehser.
The Colts are considering Matt Stover, suggesting Adam Vinatieri is hurting, writes Wilson.
Stover says he can still kick, says Ken Murray. (Hat tip to Oehser for the link.)
Jim Irsay isn’t supportive of Rush Limbaugh as a minority owner of an NFL franchise, reports Jimmy Golen.
What was Jack Del Rio’s reaction to the Seattle game on his coach’s show? Jay Gray reviews it.
Vic Ketchman says Del Rio did the right thing suspending Mike Sims-Walker Sunday, but doesn’t mention Quentin Groves.
The Jaguars need more muscle, writes Ketchman.
Pete Vining traveled with the Jags to Seattle and shares the experience.
A Q&A with Jarett Dillard.