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Good morning folks.
We've reached the time of year where when I read the coverage and there won't be something on every team every day.
I always invite you to point me to links in the mailbag. But on a day like today where I find nothing on the Texans or Colts, I'm just going to say so and share what I do find. Over time I expect it will balance out.
All is quiet.
All is quiet
James "Shack" Harris is a candidate for the GM post in Cleveland, says Vito Stellino.
Defensive coordinator Gregg Williams goes to the Saints.
Jim Schwartz leaves for the Lions, writes Jim Wyatt.
ESPN.com's NFC North guru Kevin Seifert did an entire Schwartz edition of his roundup this morning. Find it here.
The Titans season in review from The Tennessean.
David Climer thinks Kerry Collins has leverage.
Gregg Williams didn't wait on a potential opportunity to reunite with Jeff Fisher, taking the defensive coordinator job in New Orleans, according to Mike Triplett. I feel certain Fisher told Williams he would head in a different direction if Schwartz left, which he did in short order.
A late look at George Breatherton's musings on Chris Johnson's injury.