Crazy Legs explained to fans and journalists that he's completely team-first, and that his cockiness shouldn't be mistaken for selfishness. Looking at everything he's said and done so far I'd agree. Football is supposed to be fun, boisterous and joyous. This isn't 1930's baseball, folks.
Did Lil' Wayne take Chris Davis' spot on the roster?
I'd like to extend a particularly offensive finger to the Tennessean for playing This is Your Life with Keith Bulluck, and there by making it sound like an obituary for his career in Tennessee. Do I know this might happen? Yes, but please don't make me deal with it this early, man. That's very un-dude.
The Titans ended their OTAs on Friday, despite having two more days of practice available under the CBA. Jeff Fisher says the idea is to not wear the guys down (especially important since we have 5 preseason games this year), and to encourage guys to come to the facility on their own accord. How was it received by the team? Not a single session had to be made mandatory, mostly because attendance was so good.
Which Titans rookies have the best chance to contribute right away? Jared Cook should be on this list, if he's going to be worth next year's 2nd rounder...
Here's David Climer doing what he does best the most: poop on the Titans' parade. Of course to do so he cites a guy who isn't a Titan, and two players who didn't say a thing that put themselves ahead of the team (despite trying to spin it that way). Needless to say, this is vintage Climer.
The journalistic obsession with the Wildcat continues, despite that fact that nobody could run it with success by the end of the season. Offensive revolutions should usually take more than three months to figure out and nullify. I mean even Renee Zellweger had more sustained success than three months, and she's just awful.
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