Reading the coverage …
Peyton Manning’s health could have a bearing on Gary Kubiak and Jack Del Rio says Len Pasquarelli.
The Texans have avoided serious injuries, says John McClain.
Mario Williams was a factor in San Francisco despite no stats, says John McClain.
Says McClain: “I believe this season is going to be another wild ride, but I think they’ll win tough games at the end rather than blow them like last season.”
The Texans’ offensive line is underrated, say Aaron Schatz in this Insider piece.
Alan Burge rewatched the game with an eye on Williams.
The Colts' veteran additions -- Ernie Sims, Jamaal Anderson, Tommie Harris and Tyler Brayton -- are getting good reviews, says Phil Richards.
Stampede Blue puts together a 53-man roster without Donald Brown, Jerry Hughes, Anthony Gonzalez, Mike Pollak and Curtis Painter. You can make a case against all of them, but I can’t see the Colts lopping off so many young, drafted guys.
Considering defenders on the bubble with Brett Mock.
The Jaguars hope the return of several veterans puts the team back on a good track, says Vito Stellino.
Rod Issac’s been working at safety and his status will shake out this week, says John Oehser.
Mike Munchak listens to input, then owns his decisions, writes David Boclair.
The Titans are ready to get Kenny Britt going, says Jim Wyatt.
The passing game had timing issues, says John Glennon.
Tennessee will be thin at defensive end for the preseason finale, says Glennon.