Posts Tagged ‘Tennessee Titans’

Haynesworth thanks new ‘family’ of potential kidney donors

Thursday, July 18th, 2019

Former Tennessee Titans All-Pro defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth has recovered enough to receive treatment outside a hospital as his search for a new kidney continues. The 38-year-old Haynesworth posted an update Thursday on Instagram of his first dialysis treatment outside the hospital, thanking staff at Williamson Medical Center for draining more than 12 pounds of fluids from in and around his lungs. Vanderbilt University Medical Center had more than 1,000 calls and offers to donate a kidney or ask about the process within the first day of Haynesworth sharing news on July 10 that his kidneys had failed due to disease.

Vrabel discusses Mariota’s future with Titans

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Mike Vrabel said the Tennessee Titans are looking at a quarterback to lead the way for the "next 7-10 years" as he discussed Marcus Mariota's future. Tennessee picked up the fifth-year option on Mariota's rookie contract, but the sides have yet to agree to a new deal. The Titans originally selected Mariota out of Oregon with the second pick in the 2015 draft.

NFL notebook: Falcons reach deal with DT Jarrett

Monday, July 15th, 2019

The Atlanta Falcons and defensive tackle Grady Jarrett agreed to a four-year, $68 million deal ahead of Monday's franchise tag deadline, multiple outlets reported. Jarrett, who would have earned $15.2 million playing under the tag in 2019, will earn $17 million per season through 2022. That makes the 26-year-old the third-highest paid interior defensive lineman in the league after the Los Angeles Rams' Aaron Donald and the Philadelphia Eagles' Fletcher Cox.

LB Morgan announces retirement at age 30

Monday, July 15th, 2019

Linebacker Derrick Morgan, who spent his entire nine-year career with the Tennessee Titans, announced his retirement on Monday. Morgan, 30, posted 44.5 career sacks with the Titans. He was drafted 16th overall out of Georgia Tech in 2010.

Former NFL defensive lineman says he needs kidney transplant

Wednesday, July 10th, 2019

Former Tennessee Titans All-Pro defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth says on social media that he needs a kidney transplant. The 38-year-old Haynesworth posted on Instagram that he's been battling kidney disease for a few years. "It's hard to believe from being a professional athlete to only 8 (seasons into) retirement that my body has taken another major blow," Haynesworth said in the post.

Patriots joint practices with Lions and Titans: Dates and times

Tuesday, July 9th, 2019

Patriots joint practices with Lions and Titans: Dates and times originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com The Patriots will begin training camp in less than three weeks on July 25, and now we know when they'll share the practice field with the Lions and Titans. The Lions revealed last month they'll hold joint practices with the Patriots in Detroit on Aug. 5, 6, and 7. As for the Titans, they unveiled their camp schedule on Tuesday and will practice with the Pats on Aug. 14 and 15 in Tennessee.

Former NFL head coach Jeff Fisher explains what he saw on the field during ‘Music City Miracle’

Friday, June 21st, 2019

Former NFL head coach Jeff Fisher recalls his Tennessee Titans' famous "Music City Miracle" in a 1999 AFC Wild Card win over the Buffalo Bills.

Eagles’ LB Zach Brown says difference between Philly and Washington is ‘night and day’

Wednesday, June 5th, 2019

When free-agent linebacker Zach Brown got the call from his agent that the Philadelphia Eagles, the team he'd faced for two games a year while playing for Washington for two years, was interested in signing him he immediately said he wanted in. Brown, a second-round pick of the Tennessee Titans in 2012, was just tired of losing: in seven seasons with three teams, not only has a team he played for never made the playoffs, he's never been on a squad that finished above .500. Linebacker Zach Brown said the atmosphere around the Eagles is vastly different than in Washington.

WR Humphries says Brady’s age part of passing on Pats

Monday, June 3rd, 2019

Wide receiver Adam Humphries signed a four-year, $36 million with the Tennessee Titans in March, passing up the chance to play for the New England Patriots. In doing so, he chose to catch passes from 25-year-old Marcus Mariota, entering his fifth season, instead of six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady. "Obviously, he's the G.O.A.T. That's that simple," Humphries told The Athletic about Brady.

Adam Humphries says he chose Titans over Patriots because of Tom Brady’s age

Monday, June 3rd, 2019

In four seasons time, Adam Humphries went from undrafted rookie to sought-after free agent. Earlier this year, the receiver weighed offers from at least three teams: the Tennessee Titans, New Orleans Saints and reigning Super Bowl champion New England Patriots. Humphries spurned the chance to play with a championship-winning quarterback for Tennessee.