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  • I don't think so. I never thought Sherman was that great

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    • Originally posted by Titans10
      Originally posted by indyfan1985
      Originally posted by Titans10
      Titans labeled as "hunters" for the AFC South...the Colts better watch out

      http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/9984530/2
      Don't count on it.
      keep thinking that way...u guys arent unbeatable, we proved that once this season and almost twice, u better be watching your back because the Titans are building quickly
      I'll give you that the Titans are definately a rising team. I see them first hand being that I now live in the Nashville area. But a big reason the Titans beat the Colts during the regular season is because that was when the Colts were playing their worst football of the year. It's all about what you do in the playoffs anyways, not the regular season. It will be fun though to watch the Colts and Titans do battle again next season as I predict the Titans will overtake the Jaguars as the 2nd best team in the AFC South.
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      • Detroit Lions cornerback Dre’ Bly has asked the team to trade him, and the club has granted him and his agent Kennard McGuire the right to negotiate with other clubs. The Tennessee Titans are likely in the market for another cornerback to play opposite Adam “Pacman” Jones, and Bly, who is regarded primarily as a man-to-man cover corner would be a good fit in Tennessee, says McGuire. New England’s Asante Samuel and Buffalo’s Nate Clements are regarded as the top free agents on the market, but their price tag would be considerably higher than Bly, who is scheduled to make $4.2 million in 2007, the final year of his current deal with the Lions. “I think he would be a perfect fit in Tennessee,” McGuire said. “They have a great young corner over on the other side, and I think Dre’ would be a great complement to him and a good influence.”

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        • Not a huge fan of that. Guess it depends how much they want for Bly.


          HOPEFUL RETURN: The agent for Titans free agent defensive tackle Robaire Smith said he has been told by both Fisher and Rich Snead, who ran the front office in the interim before Reinfeldt was hired, that the team wants to keep Smith in Tennessee.

          “They both said they want to keep Robaire in Tennessee, and Robare wants to stay there, if they are willing to pay him fair market value,” Smith’s agent Michael Harrison said.
          http://www.nashvillecitypaper.com/in...&news_id=54632

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          • Originally posted by M.O.T.H.
            Detroit Lions cornerback Dre’ Bly has asked the team to trade him, and the club has granted him and his agent Kennard McGuire the right to negotiate with other clubs. The Tennessee Titans are likely in the market for another cornerback to play opposite Adam “Pacman” Jones, and Bly, who is regarded primarily as a man-to-man cover corner would be a good fit in Tennessee, says McGuire. New England’s Asante Samuel and Buffalo’s Nate Clements are regarded as the top free agents on the market, but their price tag would be considerably higher than Bly, who is scheduled to make $4.2 million in 2007, the final year of his current deal with the Lions. “I think he would be a perfect fit in Tennessee,” McGuire said. “They have a great young corner over on the other side, and I think Dre’ would be a great complement to him and a good influence.”
            I actually think Bly could be a good fit. Looking at his games from last season, he really only had a couple of bad games--one against Torry Holt & the other against Terrell Owens (two guys who make nearly every CB look bad).

            He's a solid #1 CB, but he'd be a great #2 CB for the Titans and would allow Reynaldo Hill to move to the dime-back role (where he would be really good as well).

            Of course, a lot would depend on the asking price...

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            • Originally posted by MicktheGreat
              Originally posted by M.O.T.H.
              Detroit Lions cornerback Dre’ Bly has asked the team to trade him, and the club has granted him and his agent Kennard McGuire the right to negotiate with other clubs. The Tennessee Titans are likely in the market for another cornerback to play opposite Adam “Pacman” Jones, and Bly, who is regarded primarily as a man-to-man cover corner would be a good fit in Tennessee, says McGuire. New England’s Asante Samuel and Buffalo’s Nate Clements are regarded as the top free agents on the market, but their price tag would be considerably higher than Bly, who is scheduled to make $4.2 million in 2007, the final year of his current deal with the Lions. “I think he would be a perfect fit in Tennessee,” McGuire said. “They have a great young corner over on the other side, and I think Dre’ would be a great complement to him and a good influence.”
              I actually think Bly could be a good fit. Looking at his games from last season, he really only had a couple of bad games--one against Torry Holt & the other against Terrell Owens (two guys who make nearly every CB look bad).

              He's a solid #1 CB, but he'd be a great #2 CB for the Titans and would allow Reynaldo Hill to move to the dime-back role (where he would be really good as well).
              I also like the idea of bringing Bly in, especially if we can get him cheaper than Clements of Samual, he will add much needed experiance in the secondary and get Reynaldo off the field
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              • Would you guys give up a 3rd for him? I bet that's gonna be the asking price. I'd think about it, but I don't know yet.

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                • Originally posted by Pit Bull #53
                  Would you guys give up a 3rd for him? I bet that's gonna be the asking price. I'd think about it, but I don't know yet.
                  Yeah...I'd probably give up a 3rd for Bly--considering that he'd add experience to the secondary, that he's only 28 or 29 years old, and considering that he has the potential to fill in as the team's #1 CB in the event of injury. Also, it's doubtful that we could get a comparable player in the 3rd round, IMO.

                  HOWEVER, I wouldn't want to trade the pick for Bly without first working out a contract extension with him. After all, he's in the last year of his deal. It would be stupid to give a pick away for a one-year-rental player.

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                  • I'd only offer a 5th rounder, and throw in LT.

                    Isn't he 30 years old, or almost close to it? Eh, all I'm remembering about him is a Pro Bowl(Or 2?) and him trashing Joey Harrington. If we can restructure his contract, I'd offer a 4th or a combination of later round draft picks/players. But then again, we're also not going to get Samuel or Clements cause we don't wanna pay 20 mil for a #2 corner. So maybe a 3rd won't be too bad for a #2.

                    If we traded a 3rd rounder, I wouldn't be ticked. I would rather give up a 4th tho.
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                    • I would offer a 4th for him, i would have to hear from some lions fan and see if he is worth a 3rd.

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                      • Preliminary talks have started between Travis Henry's agent and Reinfeldt/Underwood about a new contract, because of the $8.3M roster bonus due.

                        http://www.tennessean.com/apps/pbcs..../70215075/1027

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                        • http://www.titansonline.com/news/new...php?PRKey=4627

                          Bennett led the Titans with 46 catches for 737 yards in his sixth season. He had a base salary of $1.75 million last year and appears ready to test the market. Wade had 33 catches for 461 yards and was second. With a receiver-heavy draft in April, the Titans could let both see what they're worth in March.
                          i really want to see Wade back with the team next season.


                          Smith started 12 of 15 games and had 76 tackles in 2006 in one of his best seasons despite being slowed in September by a hamstring injury. Now 29, he was a key part of a line that missed Albert Haynesworth during a five-game suspension and could help anchor a defense needing to improve from last in the NFL
                          I would like to see Smith back for the right price, but 76 tackles :?

                          Jay Cutler>Matt Leinart>>>>danman253
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                          • I want Bobby Wade back too. He and Vince work real good together, he's supposedly a good lockerroom guy, and he's a good slot receiver. Still young, too. Plus Fisher seems to really like him.

                            Bennett....all depends on what kind of money he's gonna attract.

                            Same with Robaire, I'd like him back as long as it doesn't break the bank, and it shouldn't.

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                            • What do you think if the Titans trade their second or third round pick to move up to number 3 if Calvin Johnson is still available at number 3. I think this guy could help Vince Young especially when VY likes to throw the fade pass. CJ is 6'5" with a large wingspan, and a 43-45 inch vertical leap. I think CJ is work it, but if he is not available the wait until Dwayne Jarrett is available. VY needs a physical receiver and I don't think Ted Guin is the right pick.

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                              • Originally posted by coolrider8193
                                What do you think if the Titans trade their second or third round pick to move up to number 3 if Calvin Johnson is still available at number 3. I think this guy could help Vince Young especially when VY likes to throw the fade pass. CJ is 6'5" with a large wingspan, and a 43-45 inch vertical leap. I think CJ is work it, but if he is not available the wait until Dwayne Jarrett is available. VY needs a physical receiver and I don't think Ted Guin is the right pick.
                                I rather have more picks, depending on are Free agency moves, we just have so many holes we need to fill and not all of these are going to be filled with FA's.

                                Jay Cutler>Matt Leinart>>>>danman253
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