Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Reading the coverage: Fixing Jags' rush
By Paul Kuharsky
A broad division by division list of blogs out there, some of which I have never heard of and may have to check out.
A good receivers/tight ends free agency preview from Vinnie Iyer.
John McClain chats at noon.
Anticipating free agency with Alan Burge.
Chester Pitts has been rehabbing his right knee for months and will become unrestricted Friday.
Amobi Okoye is preparing for a trip to Nigeria.
Bill Polian thinks quality skill players will be available late in the first round, says John Oehser. Some other quality stuff in here including a link and excerpt of Don Banks on an encounter with Peyton Manning.
Rob Prince has been hired as assistant offensive line coach, reports Rivals.
Stampede Blue looks at Prince’s background.
The Jaguars signed Montavious Stanley to a one-year deal before he could become a restricted free agent.
Gene Frenette looks at Tim Tebow perceptions and realities.
“The supply of pass-rush types isn’t nearly as deep as the supply of players who are strong at the point of attack. A player who is skilled at both is special,” says Vic Ketchman.
Some plans for fixing the Jaguars pass rush from Zoltan Paksa.
A check-in on Tony Brown talks, from Terry McCormick.
A review of the Titans at linebacker from Music City Miracles.