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Jerome Solomon looks at Twitter and sports, including the Texans who use it.
Shaun Cody is showing off his versatility, says Jordan Godwin.
Kevin Walter is a quiet complement to Andre Johnson, writes John McClain.
Dominique Barber is getting some reps ahead of strong safety Nick Ferguson, says McClain.
Kris Brown missed three field goals in a row, one because of a bad snap.
A look ahead to Texans-Chiefs, from Alan Burge.
Walter is probably a goner after this season, says battleredblog.com.
A jump to average can make a big difference for the Texans' defense, writes Stephanie Stradley.
Texans fans might be interested in Jim Irsay's read on how Mario Williams and Andre Johnson rank.
Jim Caldwell did his homework as he replaced Tony Dungy, getting in touch with George Seifert, says Bob Kravitz.
Curtis Painter is ready for some action, writes Mike Chappell.
Irsay wants another Super Bowl ring, says Chappell.
John Oehser's Tuesday practice report.
The defenses' added fronts, coverages and changing looks are helping Peyton Manning and the offense, says Oehser.
Demond Sanders says Charlie Johnson as the starting left tackle is a ploy.
Tony Ugoh will now get work at right tackle as Ryan Diem is out with a back issue, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Caldwell says the Colts veterans keep the team in line, said on WNDE in Indianapolis.
Rashean Mathis is looking to do more, says Michael C. Wright.
Jack Del Rio held back-to-back practices in pads, says Vito Stellino.
A chain that sold Jaguars merchandise is closing three stores, reports Kevin Turner.
The Jaguars have depth concerns at a lot of spots, but quarterback is the biggest concern says Vic Ketchman.
Five questions on the Jaguars from Clifton Brown.
Five things Jim Wyatt knows about the Titans so far.
Chuck Cecil's first game at coordinator found him wandering outside the territory he's supposed to occupy, says David Climer.
Vince Young ran some option plays in practice, says The Tennessean.
Michael Lombardi considers Vince Young.
Charley Casserly declines to say "I told you so" on Mario Williams over Vince Young, says Wyatt.
Roster moves include Alex Mortensen out, Rocky Boiman in, says Terry McCormick. Boiman's likely temporary as the Titans are banged up at linebacker.
Wyatt's grown tired of the running backs' nickname game.
The NFL Total Access crew discusses the potential for Vince Young to be a third-stringer.
Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky Houston Texans Jerome Solomon looks at Twitter and sports, including the Texans who use it. Shaun Cody is showing off his versatility, says Jordan Godwin.