Reading the coverage: Jax mayor pushing tickets

Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky

Houston Texans

  • Dunta Robinson was fined for the message on his shows Sunday against the Jets, says John McClain.

  • Kyle Shanahan makes an appearance in this look at young coaches and the box listing some up-and-comers by Jeff Chadiha.

  • Stay calm about Steve Slaton, says Clifton Brown.

  • The Texans signed running back Anthony Alridge to their practice squad, dropping linebacker Buster Davis, says McClain.

Indianapolis Colts

  • Indy worked out three receivers Tuesday according to Adam Schefter: D.J. Hackett, David Patten, and Chad Jackson.

  • Anthony Gonzalez will be out a month with a sprained right knee ligament, reports Chappell.

  • Larry Coyer gives the Colts all sorts of blitz possibilities, says Mike Chappell.

  • The Colts added Ed Johnson back to their active roster, writes Chappell.

  • A look at seven key Colts topics, including what’s up at receiver, Johnson’s return and the team’s new willingness to blitz, from John Oehser.

  • A return trip to Miami will bring Super Bowl memories for some, says Tom James.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Jacksonville mayor John Peyton’s plugging Jaguars tickets, says Michael C. Wright.

  • The Jags aren’t sure blackout news will spur ticket sales, says Gene Frenette.

  • Criticism comes with the job according to David Garrard, writes Vito Stellino.

  • In case you missed Wednesday’s comments from Wayne Weaver about Tim Tebow, they’re linked inside my reaction.

  • Another take on what Tebow could mean in Jacksonville, from Jonathan Loesche.

  • A team Q&A with Maurice Jones-Drew.

  • David Garrard agrees with Jack Del Rio: He should have played better. Vic Ketchman’s story from jaguars.com.

  • Ketchman takes a swipe at football technical talk and I’m with him on this one for sure.

  • The trial of the man charged with shooting Richard Collier has been postponed, says the Times-Union.

Tennessee Titans