Reading the coverage…
Troy Nolan is on the rise, says Jeffrey Martin.
David Anderson is excited about Brian Cushing’s return.
The Texans are expected to add defensive end Mark Anderson, says Adam Schefter.
The Texans will get better with Cushing back, says Steve Wyche.
Alan Burge thinks Anderson may be able to help fill the Connor Barwin hole.
Houston Diehards looks at some numbers a quarter into the season.
With Melvin Bullitt out for the season, Brandon King and/or DaJuan Morgan will be thrown into the fire against the Chiefs, says Phillip B. Wilson.
The Colts made several moves to jiggle the roster, including adding defensive back Aaron Francisco, says Wilson.
Wilson breaks down the matchup against Kansas City.
Kansas City coordinators Romeo Crennel and Charlie Weiss have some background in facing the Colts, says John Oehser.
Why the loss of Bullitt doesn’t spell the end for the Colts, from Nate Dunlevy.
Considering Joseph Addai’s future with Dunlevy.
A quarter-season review from Greg Cowan.
Matthew Berry considers Pierre Garcon as a fantasy receiver.
Josh Scobee’s new swing feels like a sure thing, writes Tania Ganguli.
Todd Bouman was released, making Trent Edwards the No. 2 quarterback.
Details on the man charged in the attack on Kassim Osgood.
Tickets distributed on Sunday were 63,111. The actual attendance was 58,212. From Vic Ketchman.
Will Derrick Harvey be around in 2011, asks Adam Stites.
Five things Jim Wyatt knows about the Titans.
The Titans added defensive lineman Amon Gordon, says Wyatt.
More NFL coaches were defensive backs than quarterbacks, says David Boclair.
The Cowboys won’t expect a lot of Vince Young throwing, says Rick Gosselin.
Jason Babin is renewed, refreshed and reeling in quarterbacks, says Bob McClellan.
The Cowboys are preparing to see some option plays, says Tom Orsborn.
Breaking down the personnel by down and the play-calling against Denver with Terry McCormick.
Recounting what’s changed for Chris Johnson with Darren McFarland.
A quarter report on the defense from Andrew Strickert.