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Dunta Robinson and Nick Ferguson will start in the Texans’ secondary, says John McClain.
Running back Andre Hall was cut to make room for Robinson to officially join the 53-man roster, writes McClain.
It will be weird to just watch for Anthony Weaver, says Jerome Solomon.
The Colts’ defense will be more attack-minded under defensive coordinator Larry Coyer, writes Phil Richards.
It’s more about the dream than the money for Kyle DeVan, but the money’s not bad, says Richards.
The Jaguars will start two rookie tackles against pass-rushers Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Concentrating on just one spot has helped Charlie Johnson, writes John Oehser.
The Colts need to run it against the Jaguars, says Tom James.
No surprise: No Bob Sanders for the opener, writes Mike Chappell.
A thorough preview from John Oehser.
A look at key matchups, from Richards.
The difference between playing outside and in the slot is covered in this Mike Chappell mailbag.
Jaguars special-teams coach Russ Purnell has no hard feelings against his former team, the Colts, says Michael C. Wright.
The Jaguars are confident Eugene Monroe and Eben Britton are confident, writes Wright.
Troy Williamson gives Dirk Koetter possibilities, writes Vito Stellino.
Wright found no Jaguars among the Sporting News’ top 100 players.
The game has got to be the centerpiece of every game-day experience, says Vic Ketchman of jaguars.com.