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Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Reading the coverage: Ticket talk in Houston

By Paul Kuharsky
ESPN.com

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky


Houston Texans

Jerome Solomon finds Texans tickets available and ponders the possibility of blackouts in Houston.

The Texans are urging Dan Orlovsky to have a short-term memory.

The defensive line can't be as bad as it looked against the Saints, says Richard Justice.

Fantasy wide receiver ratings from Lance Zierlein.

Will the Texans see Sage Rosenfels on the field for the Vikings Monday night?

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts are an equal opportunity team when it comes to undrafted free agents, writes Mike Chappell.

Jim Caldwell is upbeat about Bob Sanders, who's visited Dr. James Andrews, says Chappell. Here's John Oehser's take on the same stuff.

A possible 53-man roster for the Colts, from Oehser.

Oehser thoroughly examines the state of the Colts right now, including the chances for three undrafted rookies: defensive tackle Adrian Grady, cornerback Jacob Lacey and linebacker Ramon Humber.

Starters will play into the third quarter in Detroit, writes Jeremiah Johnson.

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars will get the first look at Michael Vick Thursday night, says Vito Stellino.

Ernest Wilford is a Jaguar again, this time as a tight end, says Stellino.

Touchdowns count as first downs, Vic Ketchman points out.


Troy Williamson makes an appearance in Don Banks' list of winners and losers. Guess which one he is.


Williamson is a sleeper in the Sporting News' fantasy focus.


Tennessee Titans

Jovan Haye remembers struggling with dyslexia and stuttering, writes John Glennon.

Nate Washington (hamstring) isn't sure of his recovery timetable, say Gary Estwick and Jim Wyatt.


Kevin Mawae is back in action, says Wyatt.

An audio report from Titans Radio.

Javon Ringer looks a lot better than Chris Henry, says David Climer.

An updated stock report from The Tennessean.

Marvin Harrison is not going to be a Titan. If he wound up in Tennessee, it would make Jeff Fisher look both powerless and clueless, says Jim Wyatt.