Reading the coverage: Walter rediscovers the end zone

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by NewsGrabber, Dec 13, 2008.

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  1. NewsGrabber

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    Posted by's Paul Kuharsky

    Here's a look around the division.

    I am off to Houston this afternoon, and look forward to visiting with you during a Sunday at Reliant Stadium...

    Houston Texans

    Kevin Walter has rediscovered the end zone, writes Megan Manfull.

    Amobi Okoye is playing only about 35 snaps a game with a bad ankle, says Manfull.

    Indianapolis Colts

    Kelvin Hayden is wondering about his future, says Phillip B. Wilson.

    Joseph Addai is not expected to play against the Lions, writes Phil Richards.

    Colorizing The Greatest Game Ever Played included finding the right tone for the manure that was used on the field, according to Michael Hiestand.

    Bob Sanders could join Addai on the sideline, says Tom James.

    Jacksonville Jaguars

    Jerry Porter is out of the Green Bay game with a groin injury and could be finished for what's been a very ineffective season, says Michael C. Wright.

    Tennessee Titans

    Bud Adams is hoping this is the season, writes Jim Wyatt. I did this blog entry off of this story Friday evening.

    The Titans will sit out Kyle Vanden Bosch as they continue to try to get his groin rehabbed, says Wyatt.

    LenDale White celebrates touchdowns with a dance he calls The Showcase. Gary Estwick investigated.

    Kerry Collins' songwriting reminds Joe Biddle of Mike Reid.

  2. jessestylex

    jessestylex DeadGirlsCantSayNo

    I think Whites dance is rated R
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