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Andre Johnson provides a commanding voice for the Texans, says Richard Justice. I agree he should be getting the ball more, but I'd prefer commanding hands right now. I'll look at what's going on with A.J. in a post later today.
Jerry Jones takes a shot at the Texans, and Bob McNair handles it gracefully.
Owen Daniels watches how Dallas Clark works, writes Megan Manfull.
Ahman Green could come off the bench behind Steve Slaton against the Colts for his first action of the season, according to John McClain.
The Colts want to get their skill people on the field and spread the ball around, writes Mike Chappell.
The offensive line the Colts envisioned for the start of the season could actually be on the field Sunday, says Phil Richards.
There is no T.O. on the Colts, where pass catchers worry about wins, not catches, according to Justin. A. Cohn's story.
Kenny Pettway, who was with Richard Collier when he was shot, gets a new chance in Green Bay, where Tom Silverstein spoke with him.
Fred Taylor can reach 11,000 yards in the Jags' first regular-season prime-time game since 2001, writes Vito Stellino.
Jerry Porter has played one game and is already lamenting his lack of chances? "Who's made a big play when the ball ain't thrown to him? So throw the ball to me. I'll catch it. That's it." Michael C. Wright has the details.
Vince Young was back in limited action at practice and Kerry Collins can't see moving forward as a backup when he gets to free agency after this season, according to Jim Wyatt.
Who should be the Titans quarterback in 2009? Wyatt asks for your opinion.
For those interested in former Titan Travis Henry's troubles, here are details from Denver.
The Titans' defense is the most impressive thing David Fleming has seen this season.