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The Texans and Steve Slaton are working on a cure for his fumble issue, says Jerome Solomon.
Gary Kubiak didn’t like the Texans’ last practice before they left for New Orleans, say John McClain and Jordan Godwin.
Last year’s fights don’t leave the Texans looking for more as they pair up with New Orleans, says McClain.
David Anderson has a flashback.
Jacoby Jones will be playing back in his hometown, says Anna Megan-Raley.
Ben Tate is out for the season.
John Chick is looking forward to a game back in Canada, says Mike Chappell. More to come on Chick from me shortly.
The final night practice of training camp drew a big crowd, say Chappell.
The Colts play out of the country for the first time since 2005 when they kickoff in Toronto Thursday, says Chappell.
Chappell takes a lot of questions about Curtis Painter.
Painter’s not inspiring much confidence, says Don Banks.
Austin Collie and Fili Moala both look better, says John Oehser.
An AFC down-cycle will help the Colts again, says Nate Dunlevy. I agree and have said the Colts’ fate may have a lot to do with just how much the rest of the conference has done to close the gap on Indy.
Marcedes Lewis may have been the star of camp, says Vito Stellino.
Zach Miller is frustrated after re-aggravating a mid-foot sprain and the Jags continue to look for linebacker depth, says Tania Ganguli.
A ticket update from Ganguli and Stellino. The Jags need to sell 3,000 more per game to avoid blackouts. That still sounds like a lot to me.
It’s make or break for David Garrard, says Jason Cole.
The offensive line will be the key, says Luke Sims.
Wayne Weaver is making sure preseason games aren’t blacked out, says Vic Ketchman.
Jason McCourty holds an edge in the cornerback competition, says John Glennon.
The Titans waived Stafon Johnson and expect him to spend the year on injured reserve, say Jim Wyatt and Glennon.
Johnson remains upbeat, says Terry McCormick.
Glennon’s practice report.
Rusty Smith doesn’t lack confidence, says David Climer.
The Titans got some experience with Samkon Gado, says David Boclair.
The receiver competition is heating up, says Phil Brame.
Kerry Collins vs. Chris Simms isn’t even close, says Drexel Perry.