Tuesday, September 7, 2010
RTC: CJ remembers racing in the streets
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage ...
Gary Kubiak’s got to develop a credible No. 2 quarterback says Jerome Solomon.
Kubiak might resurrect Matt Leinart’s career.
Leinart talked to Mark Berman.
Danny Clark signed with the Saints.
Anthony Gonzalez doesn’t sound real excited about how preseason promises played out for him, writes Mike Chappell.
Brandon King is now a safety, says Chappell.
Melvin Bullitt’s attitude reveals his value, writes Bob Kravitz.
John Oehser breaks down the 53-man roster.
“For a team that started out 0-2 the last two seasons and is aiming for a fast start to build the confidence of the players and its fickle fan base, it might be the most important opening game in the history of the franchise,” writes Vito Stellino.
The Jaguars will not be blacked out Sunday in Jacksonville, says Tania Ganguli.
Sean Considine is a starter at safety and Justin Smiley is a first-team guard, says Ganguli.
Concern for players' well being has become excessive, says Vic Ketchman.
Mike Reinfeldt won’t address Chris Mortensen’s report that the Titans are talking to the Redskins about Albert Haynesworth, writes Wyatt
The Titans know the Redskins are desperate, says Wyatt.
Chris Johnson insists 2,500 rushing yards can happen, says Jim Wyatt.
Kenny Britt’s putting the preseason behind him, says Wyatt.
Johnson recalls racing in the streets with David Boclair.