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Rick Gosselin’s weekly NFL rankings.
Three hundred-pounders are the norm these days.
The Texans relish the opportunity to open against the Colts, says Dale Robertson.
Kevin Bentley’s spent a lot of time starting on the strong side, says Jordan Godwin.
Kevin Walter became an NFL success the old-fashioned way, earning his place in the league with hard work and perseverance, says Richard Justice.
Bob McNair’s backing of Brian Cushing is another example of why players like him, says John McClain.
Matt Schaub returned the most value on the money he earned in 2009 among AFC South quarterbacks, says Ben Alamar.
New England and Seattle look to be Houston’s primary competition for Aaron Schobel.
Tony Ugoh and Mike Pollak seem more comfortable and could be ready to turn things around, writes Philip B. Wilson.
A public intoxication charge against John Gill has been dropped, reports the Indianapolis Star.
Profiling Austin Collie with Coltzilla.
As the Jaguars head to Atlanta for practices with the Falcons, Jack Del Rio reviews some scrimmage developments, from Vito Stellino.
The safety competitions are wide open, writes Tania Ganguli.
Derrick Harvey is the best player on the Jaguars’ defense, declares Adam Sites.
The NFL is more concerned about concussions than ever, writes John Glennon.
Jim Wyatt runs down the Titans’ four veteran free-agent additions.
Is Kevin Mawae being black-balled? David Climer considers.
Take preseason games out of season-ticket packages and sell the seats for cheap, says David Boclair.
Does Craig Johnson have it easy coaching Chris Johnson? Climer’s take.