Reading the coverage: Hagler gets his chance
Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
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One story that touches more than one team:
Don Banks lists Titans defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz as an A-list candidate for a head-coaching job, gives Gary Kubiak a 35 percent chance of losing his job and doesn't mention Jack Del Rio.
- Long-snapper Bryan Pittman is one of six NFL players suspended for using a diuretic, writes Megan Manfull.
- Matt Schaub is ready to resume work as the Texans' starting quarterback, says John McClain.
- Houston now has one of the league's best big-play offenses, says McClain.
- Phillip B. Wilson's matchup page for Bengals-Colts.
- With Gary Brackett hurt, Tyjuan Hagler gets his chance, writes Wilson.
- While ESPN's Steve Young called the Jaguars "disinterested," Jack Del Rio didn't question his team's desire or effort on Monday night, writes Vito Stellino.
- Five questions with David Garrard.
- A Q&A with Derrick Harvey.
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