To be completely honest, I'm really glad Hass is getting kept. I think he's a great influence on Jake, and is a fantastic person. One of the true good people in the NFL. And yeah, that means that we probably won't get a guy to come in and push Jake for the starting spot, but you know what? I'm ok with that. Like August said on MCM Radio last night, it is probably a good thing that we have a known commodity as a backup because that way if and when Locker has a bad start, there won't be (as many) fans calling for Hass to start as there would be if it was a Matt Flynn or Alex Smith backing him up. Onto the links, where the lastest installment of the "Adventures of Kenny Britt" reside.
First things first, here's the Wyatt article on Classelbeck. The only thing bad about this IMO is the $7.5 million salary cap hit.
As reported before, Sherman Smith is apparently Munch's #1 RB coach target. I have no idea why Smith would come to the Titans. After all, he has a pretty good gig in Seattle, if you're into making the playoffs, a bright future ahead, an awesome offensive line blocking for a really good running back and that sort of thing. But you know, miracles do happen.
David Climer, the Tennessean columnist, gives his view on the coaching staff changes. It is not very positive.
And now for the annual installment of the "Adventures of Kenny Britt"! If this were a TV show, the theme song would most definitely be Yakety Sax. I can't pass judgement on this incident yet, because not all of the details have come out yet, but I don't think he will be off the team next year. Munch needs all the playmakers he can get if he wants to keep his job after next season.
The Patriots defeated our nemesis, the Houston Texans yesterday. This is cause for much celebration!
Ron Burgundy provided a most insightful read on NFL players' injuries, not even including concussions. Thank you Mr. Burgundy for this great read, and good luck on the World News Network!
Quote of the Day: "They say even death can't cure an idiot" -Ririn