Reading the coverage: Brackett out for San Diego game

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by NewsGrabber, Dec 31, 2008.

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  1. NewsGrabber

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    <p><em>Posted by's Paul Kuharsky</em></p> <p>Happy New Year's Eve.</p> <p>We'll keep cranking here at the AFC South blog right into the start of January, but may have a pause Friday as we work our way to San Diego.</p> <p>We start the headlines with one that hits two teams:</p> <p>Clark Judge has Jim Schwartz and Jim Caldwell on his list of the league's <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">best and brightest assistants</a> who could soon be head coaches.</p> <p><strong>Houston Texans</strong></p> <ul><li>With Richard Smith fired, John McClain looks at some <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">potential replacements</a>.</li><li>McClain sees Gary Kubiak <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">evolving as a head coach</a>.</li><li>Jerome Solomon says the Texans' offense and defense were <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">growing apart</a>.</li><li>The story of the Texans' season in <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">207 photos</a> from the Chronicle.</li></ul> <p><strong>Indianapolis Colts</strong></p> <ul><li>Bob Kravitz says Peyton Manning has <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">never been more valuable</a>.</li><li>Bob Sanders is ready to return and the Colts hope he <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">sparks a run</a> like he did in 2006, says Mike Chappell.</li><li>Injured middle linebacker Gary Brackett <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">won't play</a> in San Diego, writes Phil Richards.</li><li>Tony Dungy hopes the approach the Colts had to take during the season pays <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">playoff dividends</a>, writes Tom James.</li><li>Phillip B. Wilson with some <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">notes and thoughts</a> from Tuesday in his blog.</li></ul> <p><strong>Jacksonville Jaguars</strong></p> <ul><li>Jack Del Rio will push harder for players to be in town during the offseason and promised a tougher training camp. Michael C. Wright provides a solid run down of <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">the coach's post mortem</a>.</li><li>Gene Frenette <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">liked what he heard</a> from Del Rio.</li></ul> <p><strong>Tennessee Titans</strong></p> <ul><li>Jim Schwartz's name <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">may be surfacing</a> for some open head-coaching jobs, writes Terry McCormick.</li><li>Available playoff tickets <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">sold in a few minutes</a>, writes Gary Estwick.</li></ul>

  2. jessestylex

    jessestylex DeadGirlsCantSayNo

    "Del Rio promised a tougher training camp" that would just piss me off as a player. i'd take my Millions i already got and say F*** football.
  3. Laserjock

    Laserjock South Endzone Rocks! Staff

    That's called being a professional man.

    Bailing in the face of adversity is being a coward....
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