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  1. The games I want to be at ...

    Paul Kuharsky

    With some time to digest the schedule, I thought I'd make an initial run through the whole season. If I had to tell my bosses in Bristol where I want to be every week of the season, this is the list I'd send now. Things are fluid, of course. Re...

    Blog | April 22, 2013
  2. Current cap situations in the AFC South

    Paul Kuharsky

    INDIANAPOLIS -- Cap numbers can be fluid, but I know at this time of year it's of huge interest. It tells us who can shop in free agency and with how much. Here's where our four teams stand against the cap currently: Colts: $43.427 million under ...

    Blog | February 21, 2013
  3. On position numbers and team ages

    Paul Kuharsky

    A few notes from roster numbers on the original 53-man rosters in the AFC South, while we offer a reminder that these are fluid and there could be a handful of changes for each team before opening day, and beyond. These come out of the charts Mike Sa...

    Blog | September 04, 2011
  4. First look: Titans' depth chart

    Paul Kuharsky

    The Titans' initial depth chart is out, and although it's unofficial, temporary and fluid, it does offer some interesting notes and discussion points. Of note: Blocking tight end Craig Stevens is the starter with Jared Cook second and Daniel G...

    Blog | August 08, 2011
  5. Kiper: Summer audit of AFC South

    Paul Kuharsky

    You need super-cool Insider status to see it all, but here are some highlights from Mel Kiper's look at the AFC South, where he conducts a summer audit: Colts Next April's pick, now: Aaron Williams, CB, Texas A fluid talent out of Texas, expec...

    Blog | June 23, 2010
  6. Updated: Bouman solidifies Jags' No. 2 QB job

    Paul Kuharsky

    Posted by's Paul Kuharsky Todd Bouman has earned the Jaguars' backup quarterback spot with his offseason work. Such positions can be fluid through training camp and even during a season, but for now, Bouman is No. 2. ...

    Blog | June 17, 2009