Reading the coverage:
The competition between Neil Rackers and Kris Brown goes to game level Saturday, says John McClain.
At 42, Matt Turk has no competition, says Jordan Godwin.
Rashad Butler’s developed a mean streak in camp, says Godwin.
A postcard from Texans camp courtesy of Andrew Lawrence.
Previewing Texans-Cardinals with Andy North.
Dallas Clark suffered a left leg injury in practice, says Mike Chappell.
Some offensive linemen could be pressed into a lot of action in Sunday’s preseason opener, says Phillip B. Richards.
Brandon James could ignite the return games, says Chappell.
More on the return games, from Cliff Brunt.
Is Donald Brown a breakout fantasy possibility?
Who’s the better fantasy tight end, Dallas Clark or Antonio Gates?
When the starters were in, the Jaguars were dominated, says Vito Stellino.
Injuries dictated the lineup, but the front didn’t rush the passer well in Jacksonville’s loss at Philly, says Tania Ganguli.
Luke McCown shined but the starters didn’t, says Gene Frenette.
Deji Karim looked pretty good returning kickoffs, says Ganguli.
Gerald Alexander warns about putting too much stock into preseason results, from Ganguli.
City councilmen blew it with a dinner with Jaguars brass, writes Gene Frenette.
The Titans starters won’t see much action, says Jim Wyatt.
Mike Heimerdinger talks about the progress of Kenny Britt and praises Craig Stevens. (Audio from Jonathan Hutton.)
A preview of Titans-Seahawks from Wyatt.
Durability is a key for Michael Roos and David Stewart, says Phil Brame.