Reading the coverage: Injured Colts on verge of return

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    Houston Texans

    The Texans seek to do something better on the road, writes Megan Manfull.

    Ahman Green's status for Minnesota is uncertain, says Manfull.

    Indianapolis Colts

    Bob Sanders, Joseph Addai and Kelvin Hayden returned to practice and the team is optimistic they'll all play against New England, says Phil Richards.

    Dominic Rhodes is ready to return to his role as the second running back, writes Mike Chappell.

    Tony Dungy said the whole team is in a slump, according to Tom James.

    Bill Polian compares the Colts' effort in Nashville to boxer Billy Conn's fight strategy against Joe Louis, according to

    Jacksonville Jaguars

    The Jaguars aren't going to take two winless opponents likely, writes Vito Stellino.

    Matt Jones isn't going to be suspended this week, says Michael C. Wright.

    Tennessee Titans

    Aaron Rodgers has done well in a tough situation for the Packers, writes Jim Wyatt.

    Kyle Vanden Bosch appears ready to return to action, says Gary Estwick.

    Another take on Vanden Bosch, from Terry McCormick.

    Tennessee makes a big showing in Clark Judge's midseason awards.

    Joe Biddle on Tony Kornheiser's Monday Night Football shots at Nashville and the Titans.

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