Matt Williamson ranked the RBs in the AFC South, and he had the balls to put the Titans in third. Judging from his evaluation, I don't think he cared to separate scheme/O-line play from the running backs themselves. It's amazing what one off year can do to your perception in the NFL.
So yeah... Gregg Williams. His NFL career is toast, for starters. Twenty years ago this kind of talk might have flown, but not today; not when the NFL is shaking in its collective boots over possible lawsuits concerning brain damage to players and inadequate treatment for their concussions. My guess is that Williams takes a few years off, then re-emerges on the college scene once he can convince someone that he's learned his lesson. That lesson? Don't let documentary filmmakers record your pregame rants.
The Titans opened LP Field to a press tour yesterday, and here are the pics of the progress. One interesting note that came up on the radio this morning: the new video screen will be the second largest high-definition screen in an NFL stadium, trailing on that monstrosity in Dallas.
Jim Wyatt has some quotes from Ruston Webster regarding newly signed Titan Leger Douzable (according to Wyatt, it's pronounced "LEE-JHAY DOO-zub-u").
Wes Bunting's new mock draft has us nabbing David DeCastro at the 20 spot. He's just about the only O-lineman I could imagine them taking there. You could absolutely win a championship with a line of Roos, Hutchinson, Koppen, DeCastro and Stewart.
Bowen also looks at the possibility of Michael Floyd rising so much on draft boards that he could crack the top 10.
Tom Gower recaps the 2006 draft, which was a disaster up top, but also gave us Cortland at the bottom.