AFC South: Joe Zelenka
Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
The Jaguars cuts, just announced by the team:
Tight end Richard Angulo
Safety Marlon McCree
Running back Alvin Pearman
Offensive lineman Tony Pashos
Linebacker Tim Shaw
Running back Chauncey Washington
Punter Steve Weatherford
Defensive back Brian Williams
Linebacker Thomas Williams
Long snapper Joe Zelenka
Wide receiver Tiquan Underwood
Quarterback Todd Boeckman
Fullback Brock Bolen
Safety Michael Desormeaux
Cornerback Pete Ittersagen
Defensive end Jeremy Navarre
Center Cecil Newton
Wide receiver Todd Peterson
Guard Cameron Stephenson
Running back Josh Vaughan
Linebacker Johnny Williams
The team also placed defensive tackle Rob Meier (shoulder) on injured reserve.
September, 5, 2009
Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
Jim Irsay is seventh, Bob McNair sixth in the second installment of Mike Silver’s annual owner rankings.
Pete Prisco assesses the division and likes the Colts to win it.
Rex Grossman sparkled in the Texans’ preseason finale, says John McClain.
Jerome Solomon believes Grossman should back up Matt Schaub.
Jacoby Jones had a big night after hearing speculation he could be in trouble, writes McClain.
Eugene Wilson’s agent doesn’t think $10,000 fine for Brett Favre’s crack back block was big enough, reports Mark Berman.
Dante Hughes was among the first Colts to be notified he was cut, reports Mike Chappell.
John Oehser takes one last stab at predicting the final 53 and says linebacker may be the toughest call.
What Deshawn Zombie learned in the preseason.
The Jaguars face tough choices on the line at receiver and started cuts with long-time long snapper Joe Zelenka, says Michael C. Wright.
Zelenka was a rock of dependability, says Gene Frenette.
Wayne Weaver: “I want to be realistic -- we won't have a full stadium this year. We will not. This economy has just affected too many families.” Kevin Turner’s story.
How the practice squad works, for Vic Ketchman of jaguars.com.
Jim Wyatt reports on a big share of the Titans' cuts.
Chris Henry is getting $420,000 whether he is on the team or not, reports Wyatt. If they let that be a factor for a guy who’s time is up they are making a mistake, opines Paul Kuharsky.
Casey Cramer handles the bad news, says Gary Estwick.
Mike Heimerdinger is safe, says Joe Biddle.
Kevin Dyson and Blaine Bishop preview the Pittsburgh game, from Titans Radio. (Audio.)
February, 13, 2009
- Former Texans guard Fred Weary chooses not to be angry at the team, despite his belief that the Texans misdiagnosed an injury to his right knee last summer before dropping him, writes Richard Justice.
- Colts president Bill Polian said the team is undecided about bringing 13-year veteran Marvin Harrison back for another season, reports USA Today.
- Polian believes signing cornerback Kelvin Hayden is the team's No. 1 priority in free agency, writes Mike Chappell.
- The Jaguars are holding on to long-snapper Joe Zelenka, who signed a one-yeal deal with the team this week, says Michael C. Wright.
January, 14, 2009
Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
The Jacksonville Jaguars' unrestricted-free-agents-to-be, in rough order of importance as it relates to their potential to return or the hole they would leave.
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|Linebacker Mike Peterson isn't expected to return to Jacksonville next season.|
- Strong safety Gerald Sensabaugh: A solid starter they expect will get an offer somewhere else that they won't compete with.
- Center Brad Meester: Seems unlikely to get a significant offer elsewhere and they could have him back as they rebuild the line.
- Linebacker Mike Peterson: His benching was the big distraction of the team's season, and it's been clear for a long time that they won't try to re-sign him.
- Left tackle Khalif Barnes: Simply has not panned out on the level this team needed.
- Receiver Reggie Williams: Another player who didn't live up to his draft status and isn't expected back.
- Cornerback Scott Starks: Special-teamer can be a contributor and provide depth; a knee injury landed him on IR early.
- Guard Chris Naeole: Wasn't back last year until injuries necessitated his return.
- Free safety Pierson Prioleau: Veteran was linked to Gregg Williams, who's out as defensive coordinator.
- Long-snapper Joe Zelenka: Has been in the role since 2001.