Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Rashad Butler provides security at offensive tackle, says Jordan Godwin.
Dan Orlovsky is slated to play the second and third quarters against the Chiefs, says John McClain.
With Brian Cushing out, Connor Barwin and Antoine Caldwell will get more of the rookie spotlight, says Dale Robertson.
Richard Justice thinks camp should be easier and points out that at least Dunta Robinson can't get hurt.
A breakdown of five more Texans from Lance Zierlein.
Gary Kubiak likes the progress of Rex Grossman, says Alan Burge.
Kubiak says Boomer Grigsby suits what the Texans do.
Rookie punter Pat McAfee is preparing for work as a holder, a job that's taken for granted until it doesn't go well, writes Mike Chappell.
The Colts ran out of patience with Roy Hall. Here's Chappell on roster moves.
The offensive line wants to see progress in the preseason opener, says John Oehser.
Jim Caldwell expects some butterflies before he walks the sidelines as an NFL head coach for the first time, says Tom James.
Linebacker Russell Allen has a chance to make the roster, says Vito Stellino.
The Jaguars are sponsoring a photo contest in conjuction with their "Support the movement" theme.
Kevin Dyson encouraged Kenny Britt to study receivers of the same build, writes Gary Estwick.
Vince Young says he isn't worried about potential boo-birds at LP Field, write Jim Wyatt and Estwick.
Keith Bulluck passed on a day off, says Jim Wyatt.
A Thursday practice report from Wyatt.
A check-in on Kevin Mawae from Terry McCormick.
A convicted felon accused of selling the gun used to kill ex-NFL quarterback Steve McNair has been indicted on a firearm charge.
If you're interested in how Jim Schwartz is doing in Detroit, here's a look from Matt Crossman.