Reading the coverage: Injured Colts on verge of return

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

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Houston Texans

Indianapolis Colts

  • Bob Sanders, Joseph Addai and Kelvin Hayden returned to practice and the team is optimistic they'll all play against New England, says Phil Richards.

  • Dominic Rhodes is ready to return to his role as the second running back, writes Mike Chappell.

  • Tony Dungy said the whole team is in a slump, according to Tom James.

  • Bill Polian compares the Colts' effort in Nashville to boxer Billy Conn's fight strategy against Joe Louis, according to colts.com.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • The Jaguars aren't going to take two winless opponents lightly, writes Vito Stellino.

  • Matt Jones isn't going to be suspended this week, says Michael C. Wright.

Tennessee Titans

  • Aaron Rodgers has done well in a tough situation for the Packers, writes Jim Wyatt.

  • Kyle Vanden Bosch appears ready to return to action, says Gary Estwick.

  • Another take on Vanden Bosch, from Terry McCormick.

  • Tennessee makes a big showing in Clark Judge's midseason awards.

  • Joe Biddle on Tony Kornheiser's Monday Night Football shots at Nashville and the Titans.