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Watch: Nate Burleson picks Titans’ QB/RB/WR trio as best in NFL

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

There were three big reasons for the Tennessee Titans’ offensive success in 2019: quarterback Ryan Tannehill, running back Derrick Henry and wide receiver A.J. Brown. All three of those players had standout campaigns in their own right, and that has led Good Morning Football’s Nate Burleson to call them the best trio in the NFL. Check it out.

Taylor Lewan Lobbies for Jadeveon Clowney to Sign Titans Contract in Free Agency

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Taylor Lewan is trying to recruit Jadeveon Clowney to the team by using the most famous play of Clowney's football career. Lewan, who played college football at Michigan, wrote a message to Clowney on Twitter that included a GIF of the 2013 Outback Bowl hit on running back Vincent Smith: Despite the constant presence of that hit on highlight packages, Lewan told reporters at the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine he's "not sick of" seeing it at all.

Biggest question for each Tennessee Titans offensive starter in 2020

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

The Tennessee Titans will return much of their 2019 starting offense in 2020, which gives the team a huge advantage over other squads in what will be an abbreviated offseason that doesn’t leave much time for preparation. While that’s a definite positive for the Titans, each offensive starter will have a question to answer during the 2020 campaign. Here’s a look at one question for each and every Titans offensive starter for this coming season.

Titans’ Taylor Lewan to Jadeveon Clowney: ‘We could be teammates now’

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

Tennessee Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan has seen firsthand just how dominant Jadeveon Clowney can be dating back to his days at Michigan, so it comes as no surprise that he’s trying to recruit the South Carolina product. Both Lewan (No. overall by the Titans) and Clowney (No.

DBs Like What They See From New Secondary Coach

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

Mike Hogan 5 minutes ago Soon after the Tennessee Titans lost to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game, secondary coach Kerry Coombs announced that he accepted a job to become the defensive coordinator at Ohio State, where he spent six seasons as an assistant prior to 2018. In turn, many members of the secondary expressed that they would . Enter Anthony Midget, who comes to the Titans after spending 2018 and 2019 as secondary coach for the Houston Texans.

Titans RG Nate Davis made huge strides at end of 2019 season

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

The Tennessee Titans began the 2019 season about as dismally as anyone could have ever predicted with a 2-4 start. The team as a whole saw a major turnaround when Ryan Tannehill was named the starting quarterback over Marcus Mariota in Week 7. Tennessee didn’t look back from that point on, making it all the way to the AFC Championship Game, where they fell 35-24 to the Kansas City Chiefs.

Draft Wire projects where Titans will pick in 2021 NFL Draft

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

We may have just made it through one of the weirdest drafts in the history of the league, but it’s never too early to start thinking about the 2021 NFL Draft. Draft Wire’s Luke Easterling recently projected where each team would pick in the first round of the event based on the latest Super Bowl odds and placed the Tennessee Titans at No. overall.

Golden Nuggets: Kittle says Khalil Mack was the toughest person he’s had to block

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

Something else was on your mind. It happens. Three times?

Titans OC Arthur Smith avoids question about adding veteran backup QB

Friday, June 5th, 2020

The Tennessee Titans have struggled at quarterback — both backup and starter — for much of recent history. But the team seems to have finally gotten it together at the position after the success Ryan Tannehill had when he was named the starter over Marcus Mariota in Week 7 of last season. The Titans never looked back, and were tasked with finding the right man to put at the No.

Titans offensive coordinator: Corey Davis is a big part of our offense

Friday, June 5th, 2020

The Titans did not exercise the fifth-year option on receiver Corey Davis' contract. That means Davis is scheduled to become a free agent in 2021. In a contract season, Davis has much to prove. Davis, the fifth overall choice in 2017, has made only 142 receptions for 1,867 yards and six touchdowns in 42 games. [more]