Reading the coverage: Jags pursue Thigpen?

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

Houston Texans
Heading toward their third preseason game, the Texans are still thinking playoffs or bust, says John McClain.Sage Rosenfels' return is lost in Brett Favre spectacle, says McClain.Look at the team's makeup and Texans is an appropriate moniker, says Alan Burge.

Indianapolis Colts
Taj Smith survived Newark's mean streets, writes Phillip B. Wilson.Eric Foster's working to be versatile, says Mike Chappell.Antonio Johnson never lost faith he could play, says John Oehser.Thoughts on young receivers as Oehser takes questions.There is no verdict on whether Bob Sanders has a chance to play on opening day, says Oehser.Things to look for from the Colts on offense, from Oehser.Bill Polian talked to Doug Dakich.

Jacksonville Jaguars
Vito Stellino chimes in on an NFL Network report that the Jaguars have offered a fifth-rounder to Kansas City for Tyler Thigpen. It's good that they are being aggressive in trying to upgrade at No. 2 quarterback.Five Jaguars and one Eagle to watch Thursday night.The Jaguars signed defensive tackle Jervonte Jackson and waived defensive end Jeremy Mincey.Vic Ketchman of jaguars.com wonders why so many people feel they have to choose to like college football or the NFL.

Tennessee Titans
Receivers remain the big question for the Titans as camp closed, says Jim Wyatt.Kenny Britt finished camp with some gymnastics, write Gary Estwick and Wyatt.Stephen Tulloch is ready for his first preseason action, says Terry McCormick.Mark Jones is ready to work as the return man, writes McCormick.Kevin Mawae could play after only a couple days of practice, says Wyatt.Who were the winners of camp? A podcast from Titans Radio.