Thursday, August 5, 2010
RTC: Bob Sanders can't shake injury talk
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage ...
The Texans are closing in on a new deal for Andre Johnson.
Houston and Aaron Schobel have a mutual interest, says John McClain.
Out with a hamstring injury, Trindon Holliday found a pink tricycle instead of a stationary bike, says McClain and Jordan Godwin.
Mike Brisiel is trying to make sure he’s got a diversified portfolio.
Bernard Pollard is embracing his leadership role.
There is a place for all five running backs, says Anna-Megan Raley.
Players are doing desperate things to beat the heat, reports Raley.
On training camp pranks and Brisiel taking on another interior line position.
A storm shifted the Colts’ schedule.
DeShea Townsend adds veteran experience at corner, says Mike Chappell.
Jerry Hughes may have to be patient, says John Oehser.
Bob Sanders can’t shake the injury questions, writes Pete Prisco.
What Prisco loves and hates about the Colts.
Tony Ugoh is happier at guard, says Larry Hawley.
The Jaguars have things to sort out at defensive tackle, says Vito Stellino.
The Hawaiian battle in the Oklahoma was a draw, writes Stellino. (I didn't think so.)
Mark Long goes deeper into the Terrance Knighton weight story.
David Johnson just bought season tickets.
Vic Ketchman defends Joe Cullen.
David Thornton is sure he will be ready, writes Wyatt.
Night practice was a hit, says John Glennon.
Jovan Haye is looking good and feisty, writes Wyatt.
The Titans are pulling for LenDale White, says Wyatt.
Even with a suspension looming, Gerald McRath is holding his head high, says David Boclair.