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Michael Roos and David Stewart joined the Titans in 2005, the former a second-round pick out of Eastern Washington, the latter a fourth-rounder from Mississippi State.
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The New York Jets have agreed to a two year contract with veteran running back Chris Johnson today, making a move that many predicted in the wake of the former Pro Bowler's release from the Tennessee Titans .
Anyone with a brain stem knows the brownies are going to take a quarterback. The fact that they dumped Brandon Weeden and Jason Campbell early in the offseason should make that pretty obvious.
While there was certainly a burning need for a punter or kicker at this pick, I assured Shad Khan that the team should probably add a Quarterback, unless he thinks Chad Henne is the savior of the franchise...That's what I thought.
You know it's April when stories are being written about Dexter McCluster stunning his Titans teammates in Tennessee's offseason workout program.
Shaun Phillips has seen a lot of change in his 10 years in the NFL . The linebacker believes that Tennessee's switch to a hybrid 3-4 defensive scheme helps the Titans keep up with the rest of the league.
The big free-agency splashes are basically done with, but there's still time for a few additions to happen that could make an impact in 2014.
Every year around this time, rumors regarding teams and the NFL Draft begin to swirl around.
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Many components of the NFL offseason have passed, but one of the most critical events is still ahead for coaches, scouts and fans alike.
Dec 11, 2011; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans wide receiver Damian Williams runs after a reception against the New Orleans Saints during the second half at LP Field.
The New York Jets were supposed to have the most interest in free-agent running back Chris Johnson, and now they're showing it.
The consensus of fans and media seem to be that the Titans have a need at running back now that Chris Johnson is officially off the roster.
We've crunched the numbers and come up with 570 reasons the Vikings will take a running back as high as the third round in next month's NFL draft.
We project the Titans to bolster their defensive front with one of the most impressive physical prospects in this year's draft.