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Halfway through the preseason, the Texans have not fixed their problems, says John McClain.
The Texans should limit Andre Johnson in the rest of the preseason, says Alan Burge.
Dallas Clark vows he will be ready for the opener and Jerraud Powers promises his foot is just sore, says Mike Chappell.
Bob Sanders is still working his way back into the flow, says Chappell.
Another take on Sanders from John Oehser.
The Colts added running back Allen Patrick and defensive back Glenn Sharpe and cut quarterback Tim Hiller, says Chappell.
There is no dire need for Jerry Hughes right now, but his time will come, says Michael Marot.
Peyton Manning and Stampede Blue are fired up about Indy’s defense.
Season-ticket holders are expected to snatch up remaining tickets for the Jaguars' opener against Denver before they go on sale Saturday, says Vito Stellino.
The Jaguars have not emphasized the run yet, says Tania Ganguli.
Joe Cullen’s voice follows Larry Hart, says Ganguli.
Aaron Kampman knows every detail about his reconstructed knee, says Ganguli.
The Jaguars think Deji Karim is a firecracker, says Gene Frenette.
Vince Young outshined Matt Leinart, says Jim Wyatt.
After a rough couple months, it was good for Nashville to have a game, writes David Climer.
Damian Williams and Marc Mariani intensified the fight for the return jobs, says Wyatt.
Samkon Gado made an impressive debut, says Wyatt.
A good showing kept Alterraun Verner in the cornerback mix, says John Glennon.
Kerry Collins is worth his high price as the backup, says Joe Biddle.
Verner has a veteran presence, says Terry McCormick.