Reading the coverage …
Dominique Barber will replace the injured Eugene Wilson (hamstring) at free safety, says John McClain. I’d rather see Troy Nolan.
One week after limiting Arizona receiver Larry Fitzgerald to one catch, Oakland cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha's next assignment will be covering Andre Johnson, says John McClain.
Should the Texans sit Johnson, asks Battle Red Blog.
Despite change around him, Peyton Manning gets better, says Mike Chappell.
Linebacker injuries prompted the Colts to bring back Tyjuan Hagler, who could play right away, says Chappell.
Bill Polian adjusted his comments on the 18-game season.
The Colts have to stay low to deal with Maurice Jones-Drew, says John Oehser.
A drive breakdown from Colts-Broncos from Kasey Klipsch.
A deep roster has the Colts ready for their trip to Jacksonville.
Jack Del Rio is tight-lipped about Derek Cox, says Tania Ganguli.
It’s a fresh start for Trent Edwards, says Vito Stellino.
David Garrard isn’t worried about Edwards’ arrival.
Kassim Osgood had to leap out a second-floor window late Monday to escape a gun-wielding man who had attacked him and a woman he was visiting, says Dan Scanlan.
This Pete Prisco-Clark Judge debate includes a piece about Del Rio’s job security.
The team’s ticket chart was updated Tuesday. A few to go to avoid a Sunday blackout.
Alterraun Verner is ready to step in for the injured Jason McCourty, says John Glennon.
Vince Young insists he was prepared for the Pittsburgh game, says Jim Wyatt.
Cortland Finnegan and Jason Babin were fined for plays in the Giants game, says Wyatt.
Mike Otto returned to practice action, says Glennon.
Chris Johnson is fine with the workload.
A look at the state of the Titans’ offense, from Darren McFarland.