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Rex Grossman gets his last big chance to sell the Texans on three quarterbacks Friday night, writes John McClain.
Who McClain will be watching as Houston plays in Tampa.
Jim Sorgi qualified as the lone bright spot for the Colts in their big loss at Cincinnati.
Adam Vinatieri was back in action, but missed his lone field goal attempt, says Phil Richards.
Contemplating the Colts and a third quarterback, with John Oehser.
The Colts losing a preseason finale is hardly a new development, says Oehser.
Stampedeblue.com reviews the game and picks a 53-man roster.
The final preseason game produced the first win and answered a lot of questions for the Jaguars, says Michael C. Wright
Maurice Jones-Drew should be OK but Jack Del Rio couldn’t say for sure that the running back will practice Wednesday, says Vito Stellino.
Assume nothing about Jones-Drew’s status, advises Gene Frenette.
Mike Sims-Walker grabbed a touchdown in his return, says Stellino.
Tony Pashos was at right guard as the Jaguars pushed forward, says Garry Smits.
Fans should be able to understand that rebuilding is part of the cyclical life of the NFL, says Vic Ketchman of jaguars.com.
Jordan Black got an extension. What does that mean for the team’s other tackles who qualify as backups?
The blackout didn’t drive fans to the stadium, says Frenette.
The Titans pounded the Packers in their fifth and final preseason game, says Jim Wyatt.
GM Mike Reinfeldt says nothing is imminent with veteran receivers the team tried out, writes Jim Wyatt. I heard Samie Parker was impressive and Jerry Porter was, to put it lightly, not. Mark Jones heads the list if the Titans go to it.
Mark Jones may have done enough to secure the job as returner, says Gary Estwick.
Starters didn’t play much, says Wyatt.
Vince Young and Dominique Edison were the stars, says Terry McCormick.
Roger Goodell has broadened the league investigation into tampering possibilities with Albert Haynesworth, blogs Wyatt.