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  1. RTC: Is Shorts ready to break out?

    Paul Kuharsky

    Reading the coverage ... Houston Texans Gary Kubiak gained even more of a feel for Maurice Jones-Drew when he coached him in the Pro Bowl, says John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. Arian Foster left practice Wednesday because he was sick, sa...

    Blog | September 13, 2012
  2. RTC: Shahid Khan's yacht for sale

    Paul Kuharsky

    Reading the coverage ... Houston Texans The Texans-coached AFC squad won the Pro Bowl, writes Nick Scurfield of the team's website. While the votes were really spread out, more players at the Senior Bowl said they'd like to play for the Texa...

    Blog | January 30, 2012
  3. RTC: Irsay says Colts could consider Luck

    Paul Kuharsky

    Reading the coverage ... Houston Texans Not only is Mario Williams out for the year, but fullback James Casey is out for an undetermined amount of time, says John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. "The Texans have a Pro Bowl quarterback, a g...

    Blog | October 11, 2011
  4. RTC: Free agency shouldn't scare Houston

    Paul Kuharsky

    Reading the coverage... Houston Texans Before he was a Pro Bowl corner for a Super Bowl team, Tramon Williams was an undrafted free agent for the Texans, says John McClain. Cameron Jordan is the pick at 11 for Houston in Lance Zierlein's first...

    Blog | February 02, 2011
  5. RTC: Plenty of Pro Bowl reaction

    Paul Kuharsky

    Reading the coverage ... Mario Williams and Greg Jones should have made the Pro Bowl, says Pete Prisco. A look at the leaders in quarterback hurries, from Aaron Schatz. Houston Texans Bob McNair is mum on Gary Kubiak's future, says John McC...

    Blog | December 29, 2010
  6. Reading the coverage: Colts myths

    Paul Kuharsky

    Quality reads The Pro Bowl needs to take the lame out of the game, says Mike Freeman. The charade of the Pro Bowl is an NFL necessity, says Jason Cole. Don Banks looks at the good, the bad and the ugly of the Pro Bowl. Houston Texans M...

    Blog | February 01, 2010
  7. Reading the coverage: Awaiting the Colts

    Paul Kuharsky

    Quality reads The Colts were the second-most injured team in the league, the Titans were second to last. Give this Pro Bowl a chance, says Pat Kirwin. The Pro Bowl stinks, but how can it be fixed, asks Ross Tucker. Drew Brees' success tel...

    Blog | January 31, 2010
  8. Reading the coverage: Snub debate edition

    Paul Kuharsky

    In reviewing Pro Bowl snubs, Pete Prisco mentioned David Stewart, Antoine Bethea and Matt Schaub. Houston Texans The Texans send a team-record four players to the Pro Bowl and Schaub is a second alternate, says John McClain. He's in, but Mar...

    Blog | December 30, 2009
  9. Pro Bowl worthy

    Paul Kuharsky

    Pro Bowl results come out tomorrow and I will quickly provide you with analysis of who's in, who's not and what it all means. My affection for the game and the process, I suspect by now, is well known. (If you need a refresher, simply click her...

    Blog | December 28, 2009
  10. Reading the coverage: Bullitt to spell Sanders?

    Paul Kuharsky

    Posted by's Paul Kuharsky Rick Gosselin shows that a team doesn't need a Pro Bowl receiver to succeed. Houston Texans Matt Schaub followed up an errant tee shot with multiple apologies, writes Scott Sonner. Lance Zierlein consider...

    Blog | July 20, 2009
  11. Reading the coverage: Pro Bowl reaction

    Paul Kuharsky

    Posted by's Paul Kuharsky Time to start hyping the AFC South chat, which will be held tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET right here. Please join us for a special edition from Jacksonville. Onto this morning's headlines... Houston Texans Andre Johnson and...

    Blog | December 17, 2008
  12. Pro Bowl analysis: AFC South

    Paul Kuharsky

    Posted by's Paul Kuharsky Here's a quick take on who's in and who missed out on the game everybody wants to be on the roster for, but few actually want to play in. The starting lineup includes seven players from the division: Peyton Manning,...

    Blog | December 16, 2008