Friday, May 21, 2010
Reading the coverage: Ugoh tries guard
By Paul Kuharsky
There's no reason to assume that current terminology like restricted free agent, franchise [tag] or even salary cap will apply at all next year, writes Nate Dunlevy. Maybe so, maybe not. I believe there is going to be an inclination in a new CBA to lean on some familiar things that worked.
Antwaun Molden’s hoping to find his place with the Texans corners, says Jordan Godwin.
Video of Andre Johnson’s media talk from the team.
Johnson shouldn’t expect a new deal, says Jason La Canfora of NFL.com.
Stephanie Stradley talks with K.C. Joyner about the Texans’ offensive line.
Bob Sanders, Anthony Gonzalez and Adam Vinatieri were healthy and working, says Mike Chappell.
Tony Ugoh’s working at guard, says Chappell.
John Oehser reviews organized team activities.
Six questions from Oehser as the Colts got started.
The salary cap’s had no big impact, claims Nate Dunlevy.
Reggie Nelson is forgetting about last year, writes Vito Stellino.
We’re in a math mood and so is Adam Stites, who looks at how pass rush influences secondary success.
Ernest Wilford cut his hair for a good cause.
The Jaguars will practice with the Falcons for two days this summer, says Vic Ketchman.
In case you missed my column on Chris Johnson’s contract math, here it is.
Jovan Haye played too heavy last season, writes Jim Wyatt.
Chuck Cecil needs a second-year jump, says David Climer.
Johnson had chirped a bit more about his situation on Twitter, says Jonathan Hutton.
Bo Scaife is crazy to be missing OTAs and upset about his pay, says Bob McClellan.