Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Reading the coverage: Nwaneri extended
By Paul Kuharsky
The Onion previews the division.
Interesting read: Pat Kirwin discusses “11” personnel groupings.
The Texans are loaded at tight end, says John McClain.
The toughest weekend is over, says David Anderson.
McClain combs over some stats.
Matt Leinart contract details, from McClain.
McClain asks if the Texans will end the Indy jinx?
What Richard Justice won’t write about the Texans this season.
Turk Schonert puts together a top 10 list of who opening day is most important to, and the Texans are on it.
Young Colts look for a jump in play and production, says Phillip B. Wilson.
The league tinkered with the umpire position, again.
A Q&A with Pierre Garcon.
Wilson’s game preview.
Rick Gosselin wonders about hangover possibilities, but picks the Colts for the Super Bowl.
Kevin Thomas talked to 18to88.com
A look at the Colts from a fantasy perspective, from Andrew Behrens.
Draft picks offer a glimpse into the Jaguars’ philosophy under Gene Smith, says Tania Ganguli.
Uche Nwaneri got a five-year extension with over $8 million guaranteed, says Ganguli.
Video from the team’s kickoff luncheon.
Jack Del Rio is on the hot seat, says Barry Wilner.
Marcedes Lewis wants to be the NFL’s best all-around tight end.
Tim Tebow has no importance on this football game. He'll likely play only a few snaps in some gimmick plays, if at all, says Alfie Crow.
Jeff Fisher on Albert Haynesworth: “We’ll listen.” From Jim Wyatt.
Herb Donaldson is the practice squad running back, says Wyatt.
Five things The Tennessean knows about the Titans.
The Titans are one of a few teams with the best chance at 2-0, says Bob McClellan.
Vince Young’s mom has no interest in Reggie Bush’s Heisman Trophy, says Mark Berman.