Reading the coverage…
The Texans see a lot of Shannon Sharpe in Owen Daniels, says Jeffrey Martin.
Shaun Cody and Earl Mitchell are vying for time at nose tackle, says John McClain,
Matt Leinart continues to look sharp, says McClain.
Gary Kubiak is concerned about the injured Brian Cushing, says Martin.
It’s hard not to root for Chris Ogbonnaya, says Richard Justice.
Where does Ben Tate fit into the Texans’ crowded backfield wonders Justice.
Jason Allen can overtake Kareem Jackson, says Battle Red Blog.
The first depth chart says the offensive line is still developing, says Mike Chappell.
Beyond the starters, there are a lot of questions in the defensive backfield, says Chappell.
There was not a lot of new information in Jim Caldwell’s Peyton Manning update.
Indy added tight end Michael Matthews.
Mike Pollak has much to prove, says Brett Mock.
Nate Davis talked with Colts.com about his progress.
Blaine Gabbert’s the starter in Thursday night’s preseason opener, says Vito Stellino.
Aaron Kampman and Maurice Jones-Drew are among key players not going to New England, says Tania Ganguli.
Jack Del Rio talked to Bill Belichick about joint practices but the lockout kept it from happening, says Ganguli. The Falcons will visit Jacksonville next week.
Todd Bouman is back, says Ganguli.
Del Rio’s had to catch himself and be patient in a camp that didn’t follow a typical offseason, says John Oehser.
Is Jason Hill a roster lock? Alfie Crow wonders.
Stafon Johnson’s completed a second comeback, writes John Glennon.
Cortland Finnegan worked inside in the nickel package, says Wyatt.
Matt Hasselbeck looks for three specific things a day to work on, says David Boclair.
Rusty Smith is staying patient, says Wyatt.
Anthony Smith is ready to compete. He was really bad in Jacksonville a couple years ago.