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Coach Gary Kubiak could move safety Eugene Wilson to corner, according to the Chronicle's notebook.
Third receiver Andre Davis has been making some big catches, says Dale Robertson.
Zac Diles is working on a transition to the weak side, says Jordan Godwin.
Houston added Deltha O'Neal and Andre Hall, writes Godwin.
A look at Thursday night's practice from Alan Burge.
Indy hopes changes energize the team, says Don Banks.
Pete Prisco gets a feel for Jim Caldwell.
The Colts want size and speed at defensive tackle, which facilitates a move of Keyunta Dawson to end, writes Mike Chappell.
Tim Jennings got the life of a corner encapsulated in two plays, says Chappell.
Caldwell says the Colts are focused on the day-to-day grind.
Some interesting numbers on run games around the league from stampedeblue.com.
The Times-Union's observation deck at the bottom of this provides practice details.
James Wyche is trying to stay healthy, says Michael C. Wright.
Quentin Groves had bulked up and needs to put that weight to good use, says Vito Stellino.
Eben Britton understands the importance of being at camp on time, says Gene Frenette.
Vic Ketchman connects sellouts and TV ratings.
Chuck Cecil isn't making any major scheme changes, but he does want the Titans to be more violent, writes Jim Wyatt.
Vince Young says there is nothing wrong with being confident, reports Wyatt.
Wyatt's Thursday afternoon practice report.
Cary Williams got a shot with the first team, says Wyatt.
NBC's "Dateline" is working on a piece about Steve McNair's murder, says Wyatt.
Terry McCormick likes what he's seen so far from Nate Washington.
Titans Radio reviews Thursday.
Keith Bulluck's trash-talking broke up camp monotony, says Joe Biddle.
Everyone's getting to the ball in the Titans' secondary.