Bud Adams was inducted into the Texas sports hall of fame, says John McClain.
The Texans hired Cedric Smith as their new strength coach, says Mark Berman. Smith is Gary Kubiak’s third coach in the post in three years.
Top draft prospects by position from Lance Zierlein.
The Redskins hired another former Texans assistant, says Alan Burge.
Their winning culture will help the Colts rebound, says Mike Chappell.
Bob Kravitz’s Super Bowl report card.
Only 11 people were at the airport to greet the Colts, but the setup was hardly fan friendly.
An Indianapolis plant makes New Orleans championship T-shirts, says Dana Hunsinger.
Disappointment now becomes fuel, says John Oehser.
Missed opportunities will haunt the Colts for a long time, says Tom James.
What the Colts need to do to get better, from Deshawn Zombie.
Matt Snyder looks at how the officials did in Super Bowl XLIV.
Peyton Manning won’t live it down, says Terence Moore.
Joseph Addai’s solid game didn’t get him a second ring, says Nancy Gay.
Manning took a serious hit, says Mike Freeman.
Three cures for the Colts from Clifton Brown.
What’s next for the Saints and Colts? Don Banks looks at the questions.
The Jags have told Tra Thomas and Torry Holt they will be released and Tim Mingey won the scout of the year award, says Michael C. Wright.
Dropping Thomas and Holt is a good sign for the Jaguars, says Gene Frenette.
Vic Ketchman addresses the possibility of eliminating the three-point stance.
Ten years later, Gregg Williams got his ring, says Jim Wyatt.
The Saints showed the Titans how to beat the Colts, says Joe Biddle.