Reading the coverage…
Matt Schaub is ready for prime time, says Richard Justice.
Bob McNair likes the 18-game schedule, says John McClain.
Doubt is disappearing for Owen Daniels, says Justice.
A look at Arian Foster as a fantasy option, from Jim McCormick.
The Colts got banged up as well as routed up in Green Bay, says Mike Chappell.
The return games are still in flux. And beyond Gary Brackett and Joseph Addai, Tony Ugoh (toe), Antonio Johnson (groin) and Jacob Lacey (concussion) were hurt, says Chappell.
Chappell explains why Kevin Thomas isn’t on IR yet.
It was bad, but perspective is important, says John Oehser.
Tampa Bay is faring worse in ticket sales than Jacksonville, says Vito Stellino.
Maurice Jones-Drew says he’s just getting some rest, writes Tania Ganguli.
David Hunt looks into security costs for Jaguars’ home games.
Gene Frenette and Tania Ganguli with a video update on the Jaguars.
The days of intricately-designed running games are over, says Vic Ketchman.
David Garrard is on Doug Farrar’s list of guys who need to step it up this weekend.
Titans training camp awards from Jim Wyatt and John Glennon.
Wyatt and Glennon looked for answers as camp wrapped.
Derrick Morgan got his first full practice of training camp on the final day.
A more mature Vince Young is ready to lead, says Pete Prisco.
Prisco’s love and hate from Nashville.
Look at photo No. 14 in this slide show and let me know what you think.
Jeff Fisher is looking for the sort of crisp play that sometimes goes missing in the third preseason game, says David Boclair.
When will Chris Johnson bust one?
Assessing the Titans halfway through the preseason with Bob McClellan.
Most Titans would be cool with being on Hard Knocks, writes Darren McFarland.
Justin Gage’s thumb injury will linger into the regular season, says Terry McCormick.