The City Paper Camp Confidetial.
For the second consecutive day of practice Quinton Ganther ran as the third-team running back, dropping Chris Henry to the fourth unit in most drills. Ganther enjoyed a standout game with 115 yards on eight rushes with two touchdowns against the Rams.
Could the Titans cut Chris Henry? (Vote in the poll at the bottom) Frank Wycheck made an interesting point on the radio yesterday morning. He said that you can't teach a running back vision, and Henry just doesn't appear to have it. If Ganther has some success against a better Oakland Raiders defense this week Henry could be in trouble.
Titans Radio practice report.
During seven-on-seven, the offense began to stall but still showed good chemistry between the receivers and quarterbacks. Young showed consistent improvement in the deep passing game connecting with a rehabilitated Justin McCareins on a twenty-yard touchdown pass.
More encouraging signs on the progress of VY. I can't wait to see McCareins in action against the Oakland Raiders.
Jim Wyatt blogs about the battle between the receivers for spots on the roster. At this point I am not really concerned with which guys are going to make the roster. I just want to see a couple of them step up and prove they can make plays consistently. I haven't seen that from a single guy on the roster.
VY passed out copies of Madden '09 to a bunch of the guys after today's practice. It would be pretty funny to see those guys playing Madden against each other. Anyone get the game yet? How is it?