Posts Tagged ‘Tennessee Titans’

Ex-Titans star Chris Johnson is accused of a murder-for-hire plot

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

While the two dead gunmen who allegedly shot the three-time Pro Bowler Johnson have not been identified by police, they believe the 2015 drive-by shooting was a 'gang related murder attempt on Chris Johnson,' according to documents obtained by TMZ. A spokesperson for Johnson denied the allegations to TMZ: 'There's no validity to any of these accusations. Dominic Bolden (left) had previously served time for fleeing law enforcement, according to a 2014 Orlando Sentinel report .

Predicting landing spots for the best NFL free agents still on the market

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

He might have to wait to show that he’s fully healthy later this offseason, but he’ll eventually land in L.A. Edge Jadeveon Clowney: Tennessee Titans NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reports the odds are “slim to none” the 27-year-old three-time Pro Bowler returns to the Seattle Seahawks. But the Titans still have some money to spend and are in desperate need of another pass-rusher.

Social distancing, evacuation rules clash amid bad weather

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Red Cross Senior Vice President of Disaster Services, Trevor Riggen, offers tips on how you can prepare and stay safe as we head into hurricane season.

Matt Dickerson: Social distancing safely in the Vt. outdoors

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

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Tennessee Titans tied for best odds to win AFC South in 2020

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

The Tennessee Titans made an unlikely run last year that led them to an appearance in the AFC Championship Game, and they’ll look to keep the momentum as they head into the upcoming season. The Houston Texans may have won the division last year, but according to Bet MGM, they shouldn’t be expected to repeat in 2020. So, who exactly is expected to come out on top?

Tennessee Titans’ best option at QB in every round of 2020 NFL Draft

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

It’s been a long time since we’ve seen the Tennessee Titans steady at quarterback, though the team may finally have its guy in Ryan Tannehill, who was recently signed to a four-year contract extension. But what about the guy behind him? The Titans have just Logan Woodside on the team currently, and he’s yet to prove he’s worth more than just an extra body on the practice squad.

Quick Pics: Social distancing outdoors

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Gov. Steve Bullock's COVID-19 directives say people should stay at least 6 feet apart when they are around people other than their household members, and says doing activities outdoors are not restricted as long as social distancing is used.

Tennessee Titans’ best option at RB in every round of 2020 NFL Draft

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

Now that the Dion Lewis experiment has failed, the Tennessee Titans should be looking to address their need at running back at some point this offseason, whether that be in free agency, the 2020 NFL Draft, or both. Tennessee was lacking a sufficient secondary option behind Derrick Henry last season, and as a result he was forced to handle a ridiculous workload that led to him leading the NFL in carries — and rushing yards — in 2019.

Former Titans QB Vince Young to tell story through book, documentary

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

You’d be hard-pressed to find a true Tennessee Titans fan who doesn’t have a clear recollection of the days with Vince Young at quarterback. Now, everyone will have a chance to reminisce a bit more. Young told ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt in an on-air interview on Friday that there is not just a book, but a documentary in the making that details the quarterback’s life, which we all know has been filled with twists and turns.

Grading Tennessee Titans’ signing of DL Jack Crawford

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

The Tennessee Titans signed defensive lineman Jack Crawford to a one-year deal this offseason, the third former Atlanta Falcon the team has inked. The idea behind the signing was to add depth along the defensive line after a void was left thanks to the departure of Austin Johnson, who signed with the New York Giants. No, this was not the move to replace Jurrell Casey — at least, we hope not.