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  • Thanks for the awesome post TitanHope.

    I see a lot more variables to the whole equation.

    I think it will be interesting to see what the Titans do this offseason and next year.

    Sig by BoneKrusher
    Originally posted by killxswitch
    Bill Polian is cancer wrapped in AIDS delivered in an XXL enema so please don't expect me to disagree with you.

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    • No problemo RCA!

      Also, I have good news and bad news. The bad news is that CJ isn't gonna play in the Pro Bowl because of his ankle injury (He still goes down as a Pro Bowler tho!), but the good news is that Griffin is now goin after Ed Reed has dropped out cuz of his injury.

      Kinda funny that CJ was hurt by Ed Reed (allegedly...), and now another Titans player gets to go Bowlin' cuz Reed bows out due to injury. :D
      Still Team The Ke$ha!!!

      [@TDWinstead]
      Originally posted by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
      Damn Ke$ha is sexy.

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      • Ben Troupe... POR QUE?!
        Still Team The Ke$ha!!!

        [@TDWinstead]
        Originally posted by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
        Damn Ke$ha is sexy.

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        • Man, such a great amount of talent. But so little brain power...
          Credit to BoneKrusher for the Sig
          RIP themaninblack

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          • Fun little interview with Finny.

            Found it over on TitansCentral.
            Still Team The Ke$ha!!!

            [@TDWinstead]
            Originally posted by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
            Damn Ke$ha is sexy.

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            • Time to move the party back over here, me guess.

              Rookie numbers are out!!!

              Kenny Britt #18
              Sen'Derrick Marks #72
              Jared Cook #89
              Ryan Mouton #29
              Gerald McRath #51
              Troy Kropog #70
              Javon Ringer #3 (Will have to change before preseason)
              Jason McCourty #30
              Dominique Edison #19
              Ryan Durand #77
              Nick Schommer #39

              McRath in #51 is gonna look McNasty. :D
              Still Team The Ke$ha!!!

              [@TDWinstead]
              Originally posted by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
              Damn Ke$ha is sexy.

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              • My prediction for opening day lineup.....

                --OFFENSE--
                QB:
                1. Kerry Collins
                2. Vince Young
                RB:
                1. Chris Johnson
                2. Lendale White
                3. Quinton Ganther
                4. Ahmard Hall (FB)
                WR:
                1. Justin Gage
                2. Nate Washington
                3. Kenny Britt
                4. Lavelle Hawkins
                5. Mark Jones (KR/PR)
                TE:
                1. Bo Scaife
                2. Alge Crumpler
                3. Jared Cook
                4. Craig Stevens
                OT:
                1. Michael Roos
                2. David Stewart
                3. Troy Kropog
                4. Mike Otto
                OG:
                1. Jake Scott
                2. Eugene Amano
                3. Fernando Velasco
                C:
                1. Kevin Mawae
                2. Leroy Harris

                --DEFENSE--
                DE:
                1. Kyle Vanden Bosch
                2. Jacob Ford
                3. Jevon Kearse
                4. Dave Ball
                5. William Hayes
                DT:
                1. Jason Jones
                2. Tony Brown
                3. Sen'Derrick Marks
                4. Jovan Haye
                5. Kevin Vickerson
                OLB:
                1. Keith Bulluck
                2. David Thornton
                3. Stanford Keglar
                4. Colin Allred
                5. Josh Stamer
                MLB:
                1. Stephen Tulloch
                2. Gerald McRath
                CB:
                1. Cortland Finnegan
                2. Nick Harper
                3. Ryan Mouton (KR/PR)
                4. DeMarcus Faggins
                5. Cary Williams
                S:
                1. Michael Griffin
                2. Chris Hope
                3. Vincent Fuller (NCB)
                4. Donnie Nickey

                --SPECIAL TEAMS--
                1. K Rob Bironas
                2. P Craig Hentrich
                3. LS Ken Amato

                --PRACTICE SQUAD--
                1. QB Patrick Ramsey
                2. RB Javon Ringer
                3. RB Rafael Little
                4. WR Dudley Guice
                5. OG Ryan Durand
                6. DT Mitch King
                7. CB Jason McCourty

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                • Awww man. I was thinking about getting a Britt jersey, but I hate when WRs wear numbers in the teens. I was hoping he'd go 88 or 86. Also, I don't like D-Linemen wearing numbers in the 70s so I guess I won't be getting a Sen'Derrick Marks jersey either.
                  Credit to BoneKrusher for the Sig
                  RIP themaninblack

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                  • Heya Mick! What'd ya think of the Draft?

                    Cool roster thoughts. I think Ringer could win the 3rd RB slot, and I don't know if Q makes the roster. I think we have Ahmard Hall as the starting FB, and if he gets injured, Bo Scaife becomes the emergency FB. So Ganther as the emergency FB won't warrant a spot. I think we carry 6 WR's because we need a ST's coverage WR. Paul Williams filled that role last year, but I think Dom Edison and Dudley Guice could fill it too. Guice may have a better shot at making the roster than most UDFA's would normally. I think we carry 3 OT's - Roos, Stewart, and Kropog. Kropog can swing inside too. Only OG's to carry are Scott and Amano. OC's are Mawae and Harris. Harris and Kropog backup OG. Harris backs up OC. Your defense looks good! But, McRath will play OLB for us. So I'd keep Fowler to backup Tulloch, and take out Stamer for McRath, who could play ST's.

                    Boy I'm excited!

                    Also, I think #18 is good for Britt - he just seems like a teens guy. Caught offguard by Sen'Derrick taking 72, but I don't mind it. It's cool that Cook took Wycheck's #89 when his collegiate #84 was available.
                    Still Team The Ke$ha!!!

                    [@TDWinstead]
                    Originally posted by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
                    Damn Ke$ha is sexy.

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                    • lol TitanHope, did you find that sig at TitansCentral?

                      Not sure what I was smoking the day I made that.

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                      • Yeah I did! Lol. I think it's awesome! Hope ya don't mind me using it, but! You'd be surprised to know how many positive comments people have made on it! About a dozen since I put it on display this morning! From rival AFC South fans too, lol.
                        Still Team The Ke$ha!!!

                        [@TDWinstead]
                        Originally posted by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
                        Damn Ke$ha is sexy.

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                        • Originally posted by OzTitan View Post
                          lol TitanHope, did you find that sig at TitansCentral?

                          Not sure what I was smoking the day I made that.
                          Whatever it was, was obviously very good for you.
                          Credit to BoneKrusher for the Sig
                          RIP themaninblack

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                          • Congrats to Chuck Cecil for being inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame!!!
                            Still Team The Ke$ha!!!

                            [@TDWinstead]
                            Originally posted by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
                            Damn Ke$ha is sexy.

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                            • Rookie orientation is over. Here's Fisher's comments at the end of the last day:


                              Originally posted by HEAD COACH JEFF FISHER

                              (on Kenny Britt’s first day)

                              You know, we saw a lot of good things from a lot of players out here today. It’s interesting. You have a perception of what you expect them to look like on the first day based on all of the evaluations and things, and then, of course, when you get them out here in person, it’s always good to see. They did a good job. We slowed the pace down. Their minds are spinning right now because they’ve got a lot of information, but overall it’s a real good group.

                              (on the battle between Rutgers CB Jason McCourty and Britt)

                              Oh yeah. We try to end a drill on a good note. There’s no loser in that one. One of them is going to win. They know each other very well, as Kenny talked about a couple days ago, and they both have great respect for each other.

                              (on whether anyone tries too hard on the first day)

                              No, we told them just to relax and just to do the best they could. We don’t expect them to be in great shape right now; they’re not. We have to emphasize the orientation part. People say, ‘It’s a minicamp, it’s a …” Well, no, it’s more of an orientation. We’re just trying to get them accustomed to the way we’re doing things.

                              (on how much the individual coaching helps when just the rookies are together with the coaches)

                              If you look at the alternative, what a number of clubs do, is they bring all the vets and bring everybody together. They just get lost. So this way, we have a better chance of evaluating where they are in every area – in the weight room, flexibility, where they are mentally – and then we send them home for a couple weeks and allow them to get caught up. When they come back, hopefully they’ve closed that gap with the vets because right now they are no way anywhere close to being in the same shape that, quote, ‘varsity’ is right now. Because they’ve been working.

                              (on what the team saw in quarterback Alex Mortensen)

                              We talked around, and he’s just a real good camp arm, a guy that’s going to be reliable and that just wants an opportunity to play in a preseason game. We’re happy with the three quarterbacks, and we’re going to just send him all over the field. He’s just a football guy. He’s kind of a good locker room guy, and we think he’ll get done what we need to get done.

                              (on if signing Mortensen is a way to make sure no leaks get out)

                              Oh, yeah, yeah, there’s no question about that. I was kind of hoping Chris Berman had a son, but he’s just got all daughters (laughing).

                              (on the health of third-round pick Ryan Mouton)

                              Yeah, I mean, we’re evaluating him. I was pleased he was able to do what we asked of him. But we’re going to watch him. I think he’s probably a couple weeks away.

                              (on if they told Mouton to practice at 75 percent)

                              We told him to be smart. He’s smart enough to know that … Marcus (Robertson) worked him out, as we said, a week ago today, and so he’s even further along than he was a week ago. We’re optimistic that he’ll get back.

                              (on how difficult it is for the rookies to grasp the playbook)

                              Well, I think it’s incumbent on us to be smart and not to overload them. We’re giving them bits and pieces here and there, and you build. Most of them will take things with them. Once they come back, they’ll step into the OTAs, and then of course we have those rookie seven-on-sevens and the rookie team (periods), so we’ll get them caught up.
                              http://www.titansonline.com/news/art...6-7572f98e0686

                              Here's an article by Teresa Walker on Britt's minicamp:

                              NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Jeff Fisher tried to give the Tennessee Titans' top draft pick a stiff challenge on the last play of a drill Friday, so he called for Rutgers versus Rutgers.

                              Kenny Britt, their first-round wide receiver, trotted out to the left end and lined up opposite his college teammate, cornerback Jason McCourty.

                              And McCourty lined up right on the line and pressed the receiver hard at the snap.

                              They ran to the back corner of the end zone where Britt leaped high and grabbed the ball.

                              And got only one foot inbound.

                              "There's no loser in that one," Fisher said of the play. "... They know each other very well, as Kenny talked about a couple days ago, and they both have great respect for each other."

                              Britt, the first receiver drafted by this franchise in the first round since Kevin Dyson in 1998 and only the third drafted that highly in the team's 50-year history, faces plenty of pressure to help a passing offense that averaged only 176.2 yards in 2008. The No. 30 pick overall -- Rutgers' first player ever drafted in the first round -- seems confident enough.

                              Asked if that catch was a statement, he said no.

                              "Just coming out and doing what Coach asked me to do and what he drafted me for," Britt said.

                              Wasn't he out?

                              "I believe I got both feet down. We also got to go to the replay, and I think the refs are going to agree with me," Britt said.

                              Fisher noted only one foot was in, a catch in the college ranks last year.

                              Some NFL teams may choose to bring their rookies in alongside their veterans for their first pro experience. Not the Titans. They brought in their 11-man draft class along with eight undrafted free agents for a rookie orientation that started Thursday night, featured two on-field sessions Friday, film work Friday night and concludes with a final field session Saturday.

                              "It's incumbent on us to be smart and not to overload them," Fisher said. "We're giving them bits and pieces here and there, and you build. Most of them will take things with them."

                              The rookies can return in late May and work with the veterans.

                              They got a glimpse of some veterans Friday.

                              Jared Cook, their third pick overall in the third round, got to meet veteran Alge Crumpler after watching the tight end play with the Atlanta Falcons earlier in his career.

                              All-American running back Javon Ringer met LenDale White when the veteran stuck his head into the meeting room.

                              Britt wore No. 18 instead of the 88 he had at Rutgers. He plans no negotiations with tight end Craig Stevens who currently has No. 88 because the receiver said he looks good with No. 18.

                              "The number doesn't make the player. The player makes the number," Britt said.

                              Cook showed off his athletic ability at 6-foot-5 with several nice leaping catches, making sure he got both hands on the ball and wearing the No. 89 worn by Frank Wycheck -- the tight end who led this franchise in catches for five straight seasons. Cook said he hopes Wycheck will come by and teach him a thing or two. He also wants to learn from Crumpler.

                              The Titans must figure out how they want to use Cook in an offense that was led in receptions by another tight end, Bo Scaife, last season.

                              "He's got real natural soft hands," Fisher said. "He adjusts very well, and I know one can make a case maybe he's a wide receiver, especially after what we saw today. He's got a lot of work. He's a very smart kid. He understands routes, runs them well. I think he'll be good for us."

                              The Titans' veterans hit the field Monday. Center Kevin Mawae, who had offseason surgery to repair a tendon in his right arm, likely won't be taking part as he recuperates.
                              http://www.titansonline.com/news/art...f-d17602164c06
                              Still Team The Ke$ha!!!

                              [@TDWinstead]
                              Originally posted by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
                              Damn Ke$ha is sexy.

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                              • Titans taking Mouton in the 3rd shocked the hell outta me. He's been great for Hawaii, but there was better talent on the board. What are you guys making out of it? I hope he lives up to all the organizations hopes for him.

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