Thursday, June 2, 2011
Reading the coverage: Hail Mary ranks high
By Paul Kuharsky
The Texans-Jaguars Hail Mary game ranks eighth on Elliot Harrison’s list of the 20 best of 2010.
John Clayton looks at the youth movement at quarterback in the league.
Linebackers coach Reggie Herring says people shouldn’t overreact to Mario Williams’ position switch, reports Nick Scurfield of the team’s website. The team could have done better spelling it out when it revealed the change, then.
Bill Polian is not worried about Peyton Manning’s neck. If he was worried, he wouldn’t be saying he was to reporters.
Revisiting Nate Dunlevy’s expectations for Colts rookies last year and this year with significant reader input.
Gene Smith sees this as a crucial year for Eugene Monroe, says John Oehser of the team’s website.
Mentoring by players is an auxiliary activity, says Oehser. I could not agree more. Too many people think veterans should be brought in to coach up kids. Rosters don’t allow room for such things, and coaching staffs are plenty large.
Charges against Kenny Britt were reduced, says Jim Wyatt.
Jake Scott’s recent comments about Kerry Collins were not based on any recent inside info, says Jim Wyatt. Collins is a pretty low-key guy in the offseason, and I don’t think we’re going to hear from him until the lockout is over and free agency arrives.