Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Reading the coverage: Tate's speed score
By Paul Kuharsky
If Tim Tebow succeeds, it’ll be a win for coaches over scouts, says Rick Gosselin. And of Gosselin’s top 19 undrafted players, four signed in the AFC South.
Texans VP Tony Wyllie has accepted a job with the Redskins. A surprise from a top PR guy, who’s also worked for the Titans, as he’s a true blue Houstonian. Best of luck to a good guy who’s helped this blog quite a bit.
A look at Ben Tate and what speed scores are, from Stephanie Stradley.
Mike Chappell takes questions on Antoine Bethea and Pat Angerer, and a second round on Brody Eldridge and Anthony Gonzalez.
John Oehser’s pre-OTA looks at the defense and quarterback.
Considering the Colts’ return game with Nate Dunlevy.
The Jaguars have renewed their search for a return-game threat, writes Mike DiRocco.
A simple and excellent explanation of the numbers used to identify where defensive linemen line up from Vic Ketchman.
A new year brings a new energy, says Ryan Robinson of the team’s website.
There is still no power for the Titans at their facility or at LP Field, team official Don MacLachlan told 104.5 The Zone this morning. (No link.)
There is no easy answer to the Chris Johnson contract issues, says Vic Carucci.
Could Marc Mariani be a seventh-round steal? Drexel Perry considers.