Reading the coverage: Can there be gun control in sports?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by NewsGrabber, Dec 7, 2008.

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    Posted by's Paul Kuharsky Good morning AFC Southies.

    Here are morning headlines for your enjoyment.

    I'll be at LP Field in a couple hours for Browns-Titans, where I will do my best to keep my eye on the Colts, Texans and Jaguars as well. You'll get semi-Rapid Reactions on those three games, and as much as I can give you from Nashville...Â*

    Houston Texans

    David Barron contemplates whether there can be gun control in sports.

    Fullback Vonta Leach has dreams of the Pro Bowl, according to Meghan Manfull.

    Indianapolis Colts

    Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis are a top notch one-two punch, says Mike Chappell.

    The Colts' five-year streak of division titles could officially end today, writes Chappell.

    More on Mathis from Tom James.

    Jacksonville Jaguars

    Apologies for being late on this one: The Jaguars want the city to spend $148 million on renovations to Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, according to David Hunt.

    Michael C. Wright takes some questions.

    Buffalo's acquisition of Marcus Stroud from Buffalo ranks as one of Jason Cole's top 10 trades.

    Tennessee Titans

    Four defensive linemen thriving for the Titans were once tossed away by other teams, writes Jim Wyatt.

    David Climer and Joe Biddle discuss the Browns-Titans game.

    Four ups and four downs from the Tennessean columnists.

    A Q&A with Donnie Nickey.

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