Vincent Fuller, who all but disappeared early last season after ATV established himself, spoke with NFP recently about his impressions of Mike Munchak as the Titans head coach:
"What I'm hearing is that he's making complete changes," Fuller told National Football Post during former Atlanta Falcons safety Keion Carpenter's youth football camp. "He's coming in with a different style. It's going to be his football team. That's what you want out of a new head coach. He basically dealt with the offensive line. So, it will be interesting to have his effect on the entire team now.
"He was an excellent ballplayer, a Hall of Famer. If you know his history, you know that he's hard-nosed. He's going to fight through the grind and he'll want his team to pattern that. So, I will be expecting that kind of football team and personality."
Jim Wyatt profiles one of Munchak's first hires after getting the head job, assistant special teams coach Carl Parlavecchio. The hire re-unites Munchak with his college teammate and roommate. Parlavecchio brings a reputation for being a high energy coach after spending two years in the NFL, and the past two decades coaching at the high school level in New Jersey. It's really a great read with some good anecdotes (such as, Parlavecchio actually coached current Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris, among others, in high school).Hey, I'll answer for ya: Johnson.
Could Jason Babin, fresh off of being named the 85th best player in NFL Network's Top 100 Players, be doing that annoying sack dance in a Patriot's uni next season?
Yay lockout news.
Boo knockout news.
Have a great 4th of July holiday!