Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Late change in travel plans. I'll spend one more day in Nashville, then hit Houston for practice Friday and Saturday night's Texans-Broncos game.
Now, the best stuff I found this morning on the division...
Richard Justice says Gary Kubiak will keep riding defensive tackle Travis Johnson.
Dale Robertson reveals that rookie Duane Brown will have a "few butterflies" before his first NFL preseason game.
Mike Bell is dealing with a hamstring injury and isn't likely to play in Saturday's preseason opener, while Chris Brown (back) looks like he could, reports John McClain.
Carlos M. Silva looks at another piece of the Texans' backfield, Darius Walker.
Peyton Manning shared his thoughts on the Colts preseason opener with Jim Sorgi via text message, reports Mike Chappell, and also talked with Tony Dungy, Mike Chappell reports. Also, injuries are mounting at linebacker.
Reggie Wayne is not perceived as Marvin Harrison's sidekick any more, but the idea that he's in Harrison's shadow still drives him, Chappell writes.
The Colts' young offensive linemen have the team feeling great about its depth, reports John Oehser of Colts.com.
Only Jim Brown and Barry Sanders top Fred Taylor in both yards per carry and yards per game. Which prompts Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com to wonder how Taylor is so misperceived?
Paul Spicer isn't worried about the Jaguars rookie defensive ends, he tells Vito Stellino.
Stellino also reports that the pace of ticket sales is lagging behind 2006, the last time the team was coming off a playoff season.
Details on a five-play goal line series and offensive-defensive line one-on-ones at practice Tuesday.
Keith Bulluck considers 2008 a decisive year for him. Going into the final two years of his contract, he can't help but ponder the awkward endings to the Titan careers of Eddie George and Steve McNair, reports Jim Wyatt.
After his brother was paralyzed, Titans receiver Paul Williams wanted to quit football. Now the memory of Curtis Williams, who passed away six months after sustaining his football injury, drives Paul Williams, writes Gary Estwick.
Titans notes from The Tennessean: Injuries creating opportunities for young guys with the first team, Leroy Harris gets a turn as starting right guard, the Rams visiting means Jacob Bell will matchup against Albert Haynesworth again.
Wyatt provides five things to look for as the Titans square off against the Rams in practice starting Wednesday morning.