Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
Diligent playbook studier Joel Dreessen is ready to take over for Owen Daniels, writes John McClain.
Defensive end Jesse Nading got promoted from the practice squad and will take over some of Dreessen’s special-team’s duties, says John McClain.
Brian Cushing is AFC defensive player of the week for the second time this season.
Gary Kubiak isn’t committing to Steve Slaton or Ryan Moats as his starting running back.
Kubiak talks about Mike Shanahan in Dennis Dillon’s piece about coaching mentors.
The Colts are still striving to achieve balance on offense, which means running it better, say Mike Chappell.
Tyjuan Hagler is out for the year, says Phil Richards.
John Oehser’s weekly "Magnificent Seven" includes sections on how Jerraud Powers is mature beyond his years, considering if this is Dwight Freeney’s best year and another look at the debate about Peyton Manning resting.
It’s time to give props to Jim Caldwell says Deshawn Zombie. I agree and enjoyed this piece.
Mike Chappell takes questions, including one on Marlin Jackson.
Phillip B. Wilson doesn’t expect to see Anthony Gonzalez anytime soon.
The Colts are ready for the matchup with Houston, says Tom James.
A Q&A with Joseph Addai from Matt Dollinger of colts.com.
Take a look at Austin Collie’s numbers when considering Percy Harvin as offensive rookie of the year, says Stampede Blue.
Reggie Nelson is looking to bounce back from a bad day against the Titans, says Vito Stellino.
The Jaguars were in full pads, working on tackling Wednesday says Michael Wright.
Touchdown Jacksonville, the organization that helped convince the NFL the city was ready for a professional football team, is being revived to help keep the Jaguars in Jacksonville, says Jesse Lynne-Kerr.
Tradition takes time, says Vic Ketchman of jaguars.com.
Terry O’Brien’s aimless musings and shallow thoughts on the Jaguars.
The Chiefs are likely to turn to running back Jamaal Charles with Larry Johnson out.
The man charged with shooting Richard Collier took the stand and denied any involvement.
Second-chance quarterbacks Vince Young and Alex Smith square off Sunday, says Jim Wyatt.
Chris Johnson creates a cars-for-yards program for his offensive linemen, says Wyatt.
Johnson’s interview with The Sporting News.
Wyatt runs through the Titans’ recent West Coast failures.
Chris Davis is grateful for his second chance, says Terry McCormick.
Kevin Mawae talks of his rap as a dirty player, from Gary Estwick.