Thursday, February 11, 2010
Reading the coverage: State of Texans
By Paul Kuharsky
Kyle Vanden Bosch and Dunta Robinson make appearances as best buys in this Sporting News look at defense and free agency.
Toni Monkovic looks at Mike Pereira’s stance on pass interference.
No cap won’t change the Texans’ strategy, says John McClain.
Breaking down Bob McNair’s state-of-the-Texans address with Alan Burge.
Brian Polian is the new special teams coach at Stanford.
Tim Tebow is a perfect fit for the Colts, says Gregg Doyel. (Hat tip to John Oehser for the link.)
The Colts now turn their focus to the draft, says Oehser.
“The Indianapolis Colts, in the span of a few days -- a few seconds, actually -- have gone from one of the most-efficient, productive offenses in NFL history to a predictable offense in dire need of a change. That's the perception, anyway.” Oehser’s deep thoughts on the Colts.
Who breaks out and who breaks down for the 2010 Jaguars, asks Big Cat Country.
Jeff Fisher says the Titans have an interest in retaining Vanden Bosch, says Gary Estwick. I can’t remember Fisher ever not saying the Titans wanted to keep a player heading toward free agency.