Friday, April 30, 2010
Reading the coverage: Colts' rookies reporting
By Paul Kuharsky
Michael Gartman ranks the AFC South quarterbacks.
Bob McNair gives Houston a lot more than a football team, says Richard Justice.
Mario Williams is a top-10 defensive end, says Andy Benoit.
DeMeco Ryans is a top-10 inside linebacker, says Andy Benoit.
Brian Cushing is a top-10 outside linebacker, says Andy Benoit.
Draft reaches, values and diamonds in the AFC from Lance Zierlein.
The Texans are going to be young. Stephanie Stradley’s interesting post.
Rookies are about to get immersed in the Colts’ culture, says Mike Chappell.
Chappell takes questions.
Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis are top-10 defensive ends, says Andy Benoit.
What to expect from Ricardo Matthews, from Nate Dunlevy.
Stampede Blue guesses the 53-man roster.
The Jaguars were unable to reach an agreement with free agent safety Darren Sharper, says Gene Frenette.
Last year’s rookies outperformed the people they replaced, says Vic Ketchman.
The Jaguars’ minicamp is this weekend. I will be there.
Black & Teal previews the offensive line.
Teammates aren’t upset by Chris Johnson’s absence, says Jim Wyatt.
Kenny Britt will sit until he’s fit, says Wyatt.
Kerry Collins is OK with a backup role, writes Wyatt. And Collins doesn’t think money will be an issue.
These Titans lack proven leadership, says David Climer.
Javon Ringer is focused on his new role, writes David Boclair.
The rookies arrived and are ready to get started, says Gary Glenn of the team’s website.