Reading the coverage: Okoye has time

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky Houston Texans Amobi Okoye still has time to find his game and just has to keep grinding, says Jerome Solomon. DeMeco Ryans feels it's his job to get things corrected, writes Dale Robertson. Five things to know about the Texans, from Pete Prisco. Steve Slaton's progress makes the Texans a contender, says Prisco. Updates on injured Texans Antwaun Molden, Chester Pitts, Chris Myers and Brian Cushing, from John McClain and AP. McClain warns about fan overreaction. Glenn Martinez could challenge for Jacoby Jones' roster spot, says Alan Burge. Battleredblog.com is worried about the run defense. Indianapolis Colts Reggie Wayne's expecting to line up all over th
e place, says Mike Chappell. Defensive coordinator Larry Coyer says communication is the key, writes John Oehser. Oehser takes a question about the potential for Joseph Addai and Donald Brown to line up in the same backfield. Phillip B. Wilson looks at the Colts' preseason numbers. Deshawn Zombie says people shouldn't forget just how good a coach Tony Dungy was. One big difference with Coyer so far is movement on defense, says Stampedeblue.com. Jacksonville Jaguars The Jaguars' two free-agent additions make return trips to Philly to play against their old team, says Michael C. Wright. Mike Walker is now Mike Walker-Sims, writes Wright. Tennessee Titans Jean-Jacque Taylor says there is no shame for Vince Young in being a college legend who failed as a pro. The Titans are waiting on MRI results on Nate Washington's hamstring after he got hurt during practice, says Jim Wyatt. While Jeff Fisher downplayed it, Titans players feel pretty sure Chris Davis' DUI factored into him being cut, reports Jim Wyatt. Alternate versions of the Davis and Washington stories from Terry McCormick. Jevon Kearse and LenDale White suffered practice injuries, too, says The Tennessean. Chris Johnson offers assurances that he'll run fine when it counts, says Wyatt.