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Bernard Pollard’s intensity is just what the Texans need, says Richard Justice.
Andre Davis is fighting for his job, writes John McClain.
It’s a friendly battle between Kris Brown and Neil Rackers, says Jordan Godwin.
Steve Slaton has started strong and is also returning kicks.
Bob Sanders moved around well at the Colts’ opening practice, says Mike Chappell.
The Colts are boosting morale and the economy in Anderson, Ind., says Tania E. Lopez.
Jerry Hughes signed and got on the field, writes Mike Chappell.
It’s about team goals first for Reggie Wayne and Robert Mathis, says Bob Kravitz.
Phillip B. Wilson’s notes and observations.
Indianapolis has lockout contingency plans for the Super Bowl.
Reviewing Jim Irsay’s talk with the press, from Brandon Scott.
The Colts shouldn’t confuse better defensive line play with good defensive line play, says Nate Dunlevy.
The Colts let Tom Santi go, says Stampede Blue.
Practice notes from Eric Hartz.
Vito Stellino heard a soft voice and a chilling message from Roger Goodell.
David Garrard sat out and D’Anthony Smith hurt an ankle, says Tania Ganguli.
Goodell touched on labor issues, says Ganguli.
Vic Ketchman wants sacks, not intangibles.
Tyson Alualu should join the team Tuesday, says Rich Jones.
Derrick Harvey is great so far, says Terry O’Brien.
Vince Young fixes mistakes faster now, says Jim Wyatt.
The Titans stopped saying it and started doing it, rotating the second corner. Monday was Alterraun Verner’s turn, says Wyatt.
No. 53 is back in the rotation as the Titans gave Rennie Curran Keith Bulluck’s old number, say Wyatt and John Glennon.
Curran hopes to live up to the 53 legacy, says David Boclair.
Thin at corner because of injuries, the Titans added Pete Ittersagen, says Glennon.
Mike Munchak is looking for reliable backups.