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Thursday, March 3, 2011
RTC: Mike Sims-Walker trimming down

By Paul Kuharsky
ESPN.com

Reading the coverage ...

Mike Silver is hopeful we’ll see the CBA deadline extended.

Houston Texans

Matt Schaub likes what Wade Phillips brings, says Richard Justice.

John McClain runs down the Texans’ tenders.

Vonta Leach recently had knee surgery.

Surely the Texans don’t really think they are OK at nose tackle with Shaun Cody and Earl Mitchell, says Houston Diehards.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts put tenders on Joseph Addai and Melvin Bullitt, says Mike Chappell. But their service time means they may not stick.

Chappell doubts the Colts are interested in Tommie Harris.

Robert Mathis is one of more than 100 players who are going to have to wait on roster bonuses, says Chappell.

Bob Sanders visited the Jets.

Stampede Blue reviews 2010 and looks ahead.

Colts’ strategies going forward during CBA uncertainty from Laura Calaway: Part I, Part II.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Unsure of his future, Mike Sims-Walker is slimming down, says Tania Ganguli.

What Luke McCown’s return means, says Ganguli.

Even with the uncertain labor situation, the Jaguars will be transparent about ticket sales. He’s a new gauge. Good job by the team here.

When John Oehser says not to get caught up in ESPN stuff, I’m sure he doesn’t mean me.

A talk with Earnest Byner, from Max Strauss.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans offered tenders to potential restricted free agents, says John Glennon.

Fans may not lock out their anger, says Joe Biddle.

Andre Carter played well for Jerry Gray, says Terry McCormick.

Do the Titans play any better in AFC South games? A late look at Tom Gower’s piece.