First thought: thank god this terrorist is off the streets! Second though: who the hell is yelling about the NFL right now? I mean it's the only sport in the world with an oppressive air of apathy covering the circus around it, yet this jackass is in a state that doesn't have an NFL team getting arrested for yelling about our Titans. Maybe it's the meth.
Several of the players who have been at the workouts over the last few days are down with the idea of holding a second minicamp. Glennon also notes that Jake Locker is rooming with Damian Williams while he's in town and the pairing has produced a pretty good bowling story:
"We went bowling last week and I was killing him," he said. "And he came to the 10th frame and bowled three strikes. I realized that that guy is a finisher and a competitor."
Adam Schien mentions a few Titans who have been on his Sirius radio show in his Sizzle and Fizzle column (worth noting that VY makes it in to the Fizzle column list, but I didn't paste it here):
Jake Locker: Locker is going to be the leader of the Tennessee Titans. But he was deferential to his teammates when he joined us on our radio show after workouts. This tone went noted and appreciated by the Titans’ veterans.
Cortland Finnegan joined us on SiriusXM NFL Radio and gushed about Locker’s ability and savvy. Finnegan thinks that even with rookie quarterbacks not getting the usual training during the lockout, Locker can start for the Titans in Week 1 — and lead a "shock the world" charge in Tennessee this season.
Paul K talked with Jason Jones about the possibility of moving back to the DE spot he played in college.
Damian Williams, Nate Washington and Jamie Harper attended yesterday's workout.
David Climer weighs in on Kenny Britt's growing rap sheet, and the fact that it's keeping him from putting in the work he needs to improve.
Mike Munchak tells Glennon he's very happy to see that the players are organizing and working out on their own. It's also a good way for Munchak to find out who is going to step up and lead this locker room, which is something we haven't really had consistently over the past two years.
Nate Washington weighs in on Kenny's troubles.
PFW takes a look at the state of the Titans at this point in the lockout.
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