Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Some teams are cracking down on Twitter.
Bob Kravitz has some opinions on the tweeting issue. I think it's absolutely ridiculous to expect reporters not to use Twitter at a practice that's open to the public when the public is allowed to do it.
Rex Grossman is working hard to revive his reputation and his career, writes Richard Justice.
Steve Slaton plans to make a bigger impact on offense, which would be no small thing. Jordan Godwin's story.
Chris Myers should be ready for the opener and the Texans are looking at veteran defensive backs including Mike McKenzie as well as a couple of running backs, says John McClain.
Brice McCain is getting a big chance to show his stuff, often against Andre Johnson, says Jordan Godwin.
McClain expects Dunta Robinson will be a white knight coming to the rescue.
Justice thinks Gary Kubiak will have a hard time not calling plays.
A confirmed list of Texans on Twitter.
Lance Zierlein has the Texans and Titans both finishing 9-7 behind Indianapolis.
The Texans' practices with the Saints will be open to the public. Details from Alan Burge.
Rookie coach and Hall of Famer Bruce Matthews dusted off his Elvis impersonation, says Justice.
John Clayton's look at Colts camp.
Five thoughts from Terre Haute from Pete Prisco.
Raheem Brock is dealing with the death of his half sister, writes Mike Chappell.
After Eli Manning's contract extension, Chappell looks into the future for Peyton Manning.
Ryan Lilja is a feel-good story, says John Oehser.
Oehser's look at Wednesday practice.
Oesher reminds us the Colts were actually better offensively in 2007 when Marvin Harrison was out hurt.
Bob Sanders doesn't want to talk about injuries, writes Tom James.
Stopping the run seems complicated now, writes Michael C. Wright.
The Jaguars are finding new ways to get the ball to their playmakers, says Wright.
Mike Walker has a huge opportunity if he can stay healthy, says Wright.
Russ Purnell has been in the visiting locker room the Jaguars are using 14 times with other teams.
A look at the tight ends from Big Cat Country.
The Titans will honor Steve McNair by wearing his No. 9 on a helmet decal, reports Jim Wyatt.
David Climer considers LenDale White giving up drinking.
Kevin Vickerson is lighter and faster, writes Wyatt. I've got a blog entry coming soon on Vickerson.
The Titans talk about expected upcoming restrictions on Twitter use, from Wyatt.
Competition for the third running back slot is heated, says Terry McCormick.
Bud Adams looks back at his 50 years in pro football, from McCormick.