Reading the coverage: Jags LT Barnes a big concern

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

We're in the shotgun today, using the whole play clock, scanning the field.

After this series, instead of looking at some pictures on the bench, we'll study some mailbag entries. (We'll try to post some answers Sunday; still time to be considered if you drop a note here.)

Later today you can expect an entry on each teams cuts and what they mean.

Houston Texans

Megan Manfull's take on the Texans cuts, which included Rosevelt Colvin, Glenn Earl and Darius Walker.

Richard Justice says cutting Colvin showed the Texans are more concerned with winning than covering their behinds.

Indianapolis Colts

Mike Chappell tells us Colts O-line coach Howard Mudd spent a lot of time getting his people ready for a situation like the one they face now and they're prepared to move on without Jeff Saturday. "You want them to be comfortable in that crisis,'' Mudd said. Peyton Manning thinks Jamey Richard will be Saturday's replacement.

Phil Richards says Manning expects he's going to play in the opener.

Phillip B. Wilson shares his list of the final 13 Colts he thinks will stick.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Gene Frenette writes that Khalif Barnes qualifies as a major issue for the Jaguars.

Vito Stellino considers the cases of Chauncey Washington and Troy Williamson.

The AP says Maurice Williams' knee injury is not serious.

Tennessee Titans

Jim Wyatt writes that indications are Vince Young's hand injury is not an issue.

Joe Biddle doesn't want to put much stock in the preseason.

Among the early cuts were a couple of guys with Nashville ties.