Reading the coverage: Manning says he's ready
September, 4, 2008
Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
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- So much for easing Steve Slaton in, says Richard Justice.
- The Texans seeks more yards after the catch, according to John McClain.
- Houston's in pretty good health to get started, writes Meghan Manfull and John McClain.
- How do you choose? Who is more valuable, Dwight Freeney or Bob Sanders? Mike Chappell poses the question.
- The simple snap will be a major focus for Peyton Manning and the Colts to-be-determined center, Chappell says.
- Manning declares he's "ready to go," but rookie lineman Steve Pollak (knee) will not play, Chappell writes as he completed a triple-play of stories this morning.
- While others suggest Steve Justice is still a possibility, Jamey Richard is set to start at center in place of the injured Jeff Saturday, says Jon Oehser of Colts.com.
- The boss of the bar where Richard Collier was before he got shot said Collier was "a really nice guy. Never caused any problems," reports Steve Patterson.
- The Jags measured prayer and practice Wednesday. Linebacker Clint Ingram said Collier was not driving the SUV that got shot up and landed him in critical condition. Vito Stellino has the details.
- Jacksonville added Charles Spencer, the former Texans offensive tackle, who is still recovering from a serious leg injury, says Michael C. Wright.
- Jack Del Rio named his captains. On the list, linebacker Daryl Smith. Not on the list, Mike Peterson. Odd?
- Can Vince Young get things to click in his third season? Jim Wyatt asks the question.
- Albert Haynesworth thought Wednesday's practice included too many mistakes, Wyatt says.
- Jeff Fisher ranks his top moments as the Titans begin to celebrate their 10th anniversary. Jessica Hopp has his list.
- Keith Bulluck thinks the Titans have a shot at being the NFL's No. 1 defense, writes Gary Estwick.
Final San Diego 22 Buffalo 10 Final Dallas 34 St. Louis 31 Final Washington 34 Philadelphia 37 Final Houston 17 New York 30 Final Minnesota 9 New Orleans 20 Final Tennessee 7 Cincinnati 33 Final Baltimore 23 Cleveland 21 Final Green Bay 7 Detroit 19 Final Indianapolis 44 Jacksonville 17 Final Oakland 9 New England 16 Final San Francisco 14 Arizona 23 Final/OT Denver 20 Seattle 26 Final Kansas City 34 Miami 15 Final Pittsburgh 37 Carolina 19