Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Reading the coverage: Mudd leaving the Colts?
Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
- AFL Legacy Games will honor, confuse and mildly annoy, writes Alan Burge.
- Jeremiah Johnson could have shoulder surgery according to a PFW note Burge found.
- An alteration to the league's pension plan is prompting longtime offensive line coach Howard Mudd to retire, reports Chris Mortensen.
- Football Outsiders subscribes to Peter King's Twitter, and he says Marvin Harrison is finished.
- The Colts bring back Ed Johnson, says Phil Richards.
- In light of the Johnson news, the standards of conduct under Tony Dungy are gone, columnizes Bob Kravitz.
- Johnson's return is a low-risk, high-reward move, says John Oehser.
- Oehser considers the Colts' third quarterback and left guard.
- Five non-stories surrounding the Colts, according to Oehser.
- Breaking down the roster, Oehser looks at running backs.
- Tickets for a June 6 minicamp practice at Franklin College go on sale Friday, according to Colts.com.
- Derrick Harvey and Quentin Groves make back-to-back appearances at No. 7 and No. 8 on Don Banks' list of 2008 rookies who need to deliver this fall and erase memories of underachieving debuts.
- Tight end Bo Scaife is on John Czarnecki's list of players who should be watching their backs at minicamps.
- Mark Jones is hoping he can earn Chris Carr's old return jobs, writes Gary Estwick.
- In the wake of the Dallas Cowboys' troubles, Lindsay Rutledge wonders if the Titans' practice bubble is safe.