Saturday, September 5, 2009
Reading the coverage: Weaver's realistic
By Paul Kuharsky
Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
Jim Irsay is seventh, Bob McNair sixth in the second installment of Mike Silver’s annual owner rankings.
Pete Prisco assesses the division and likes the Colts to win it.
Rex Grossman sparkled in the Texans’ preseason finale, says John McClain.
Jerome Solomon believes Grossman should back up Matt Schaub.
Jacoby Jones had a big night after hearing speculation he could be in trouble, writes McClain.
Eugene Wilson’s agent doesn’t think $10,000 fine for Brett Favre’s crack back block was big enough, reports Mark Berman.
Dante Hughes was among the first Colts to be notified he was cut, reports Mike Chappell.
John Oehser takes one last stab at predicting the final 53 and says linebacker may be the toughest call.
What Deshawn Zombie learned in the preseason.
The Jaguars face tough choices on the line at receiver and started cuts with long-time long snapper Joe Zelenka, says Michael C. Wright.
Zelenka was a rock of dependability, says Gene Frenette.
Wayne Weaver: “I want to be realistic -- we won't have a full stadium this year. We will not. This economy has just affected too many families.” Kevin Turner’s story.
How the practice squad works, for Vic Ketchman of jaguars.com.
Jim Wyatt reports on a big share of the Titans' cuts.
Chris Henry is getting $420,000 whether he is on the team or not, reports Wyatt. If they let that be a factor for a guy who’s time is up they are making a mistake, opines Paul Kuharsky.
Casey Cramer handles the bad news, says Gary Estwick.
Mike Heimerdinger is safe, says Joe Biddle.
Kevin Dyson and Blaine Bishop preview the Pittsburgh game, from Titans Radio. (Audio.)