Friday, August 12, 2011
RTC: Dallas Clark content with brace
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage …
Kevin Walter draws high praise from his peers, says Jeffrey Martin.
Brandon Harris is doubly committed, says Craig Malveaux.
The Texans signed receiver Devard Darling and running back Javarris Williams on Thursday, says John McClain.
The injuries are mounting, says McClain.
Dallas Clark doesn’t mind a brace even if it looks dumb, says Mike Chappell.
Chad Spann and Darren Evans, a couple of locals, are fighting for a slot in the Colts' backfield, says Chappell.
Chappell on the linebackers and more.
Phillip B. Wilson’s expansive camp considerations.
Blaine Gabbert showed flashes in his debut, says Tania Ganguli.
That certainly was no way to sell tickets, says Gene Frenette.
Assorted postgame quotes from Ganguli.
The Jaguars didn’t play everyone but didn't show much pass rush in New England. The addition of Matt Roth should help. Vito Stellino on Roth and the 12 Jaguars who didn’t play.
The Titans are still waiting on Kenny Britt, says John Glennon.
Cortland Finnegan loves shifting inside to nickelback, says Glennon.
David Climer ponders the latest developments with Chris Johnson.
How much do running backs need training camp? Glennon wonders.
Starters could see 12-15 plays in the preseason opener, says Glennon.