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Off to Jacksonville this morning. Look forward to talking with you from there...
DelJuan Robinson's overcome heart surgery and the death of his brother, writes Jerome Solomon.
The Texans defense is locking down on third down, says Megan Manfull.
Houston added cornerback David Pittman and wide receiver Darnell Jenkins, according to Manfull.
Richard Justice says the Texans are growing up fast.
Alex Marvez makes a Pro Bowl case for Steve Slaton.
Tony Dungy can become the first coach to go to the playoffs 10 consecutive years with a win tonight, says Mike Chappell.
Running backs coach Gene Huey will work his 271st game as the Colts running backs coach tonight, the longest stint as an assistant in franchise history, writes Phil Richards.
A look at some guys Huey has had ready to step in, from Richards.
Safety Bob Sanders, tight end Dallas Clark, center Jeff Saturday and punter Hunter Smith were named alternates to the AFC Pro Bowl team.
Maurice Jones-Drew brings the Jaguars major versatility, says Phillip B. Wilson.
A look at Mike Pollak's high school career, from Chappell.
A win tonight means Dungy will rest people against Tennessee next week, says Richards.
Tonight in prime time the Jaguars can sweep a division rival, snap the Colts' seven-game winning streak and prevent them from clinching a playoff spot, writes Vito Stellino.
A breakdown of the matchup.