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The mailbag is open. Here's what's worth reading this morning.
If the Texans are going to be better, they are going to have to turn the ball over less, writes Meghan Manfull.
The Texans, who cleared a roster spot, are about to sign defensive back Eugene Wilson, says John McClain.
Ahman Green will be the most important player in the game, adds McClain.
Opening day in Pittsburgh isn't a setting where the Texans can sneak up on an opponent, opines Steve Campbell.
If you missed it yesterday: Yahoo's Mike Silver on Kyle Shanahan.
A transcript of McClain's Tuesday chat.
The Colts kicked to Devin Hester to start Super Bowl XLI. Phillip B. Wilson wonders if they will do it again Sunday night.
Wilson, arms crossed and a tough-guy pose, already has a big preview page of the Colts-Bears game.
A very thorough look at what's known about the Richard Collier shooting, from the Florida Times-Union.
The team is now focused on Collier's status, not its opener, says Gene Frenette.
Without Collier, their top backup tackle, the Jaguars are shuffling their contingency plans on the line, according to Michael C. Wright.
Fred Taylor was uncooperative with police when he was cited for disorderly conduct on South Beach Saturday morning, the Times-Union reports.
The Titans are bracing for the Jaguars one-two punch at running back, Writes Jim Wyatt.
Team captains are the same as last season: center Kevin Mawae, quarterback Vince Young, linebacker Keith Bulluck, defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch and punter Craig Hentrich.