Jeff Fisher told the assembled media yesterday that he'd have no issues with wasting Randy's time and Bud's money if he had the choice to claim Moss all over again. This situation just continues to atrophy away on the periphery of this crazy season, and here's the oddest quote of the bunch:
"He was getting rotation early in the first two or three weeks, and we had some opportunities in the Washington game that we were unable to capitalize on," Fisher said. "He's practicing fine. He's making plays (in practice). You see him make plays and run by people on the practice field. It just hasn't happened (in games)."
The complete disappearance of Vincent Fuller's playing time this year is really quite shocking to me. I completely agree with the fact that you can't take Verner off the field, but it's a bit confusing to see Fuller, who has always been a favorite of this coaching staff, plummet from starter to a healthy inactive last week with no really massive slip-ups on the field earlier in the year. I mean there wasn't even another back-up FS on the active roster.
Oh, so now Texans players don't like cut blocks like the one that knock Sen'Derrick Marks out a few weeks ago. That being said, Harris should've at least tried to make it look legal/understandable.
Cortland Finnegan lent a hand to help a local family in the aftermath of last May's flooding in Nashville, and now they've repaid him by naming one of their newborn children after him. What a jerk.
Jovan Haye made a top 10 list: LoJack Announces its Top 10 Auto Theft Recoveries of 2010:
#9. LoJack Tackles Recovery for NFL Player – A LoJack-equipped Land Rover owned by Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Jovan Haye was stolen from a dealership's service center and recovered at the Nashville International Airport. A thankful Haye applauded LoJack for an expeditious recovery.
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