Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Reading the coverage: Hagler ahead of Wheeler
By Paul Kuharsky
Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
- The Colts' most recent move -- it appears Tyjuan Hagler will start ahead of Phillip Wheeler at strongside linebacker -- is further evidence of this: “When the Colts make decisions on who starts -- and even who makes the team -- where or even if a player was drafted just doesn't matter,” writes John Oehser.
- Jerraud Powers could be in line to start the opener with injuries to Kelvin Hayden and Tim Jennings, says Mike Chappell.
- Jordan Senn was released to make room for special-teams ace Aaron Francisco. He and the other newcomer, Cody Glenn, are preparing for their first games, says Phil Richards.
- Oehser hits on some of what Jim Caldwell is saying as the Colts prepare for Jacksonville.
- Marlin Jackson will start out working only in the nickel to allow him to return to full speed at the proper pace, writes Oehser.
- The timetable for Bob Sanders is up in the air, says Tim James.
- Deshawn Zombie does nice work here explaining why he dislikes the offseason so much, and it’s an opinion I strongly agree with. “There is simply too much talk about players we know nothing about,” he says.
- A run through of whether the Colts are better or worse unit by unit, from Zombie.