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Your daily serving of Titans linkage!
Mike Keith interviews Ruston Webster, on the draft and free agency. They talk a bit about how many SEC players are attending the combine, and Webster says his draft board reflects that.
Eugene Amano went back to the Philippines, the place of his birth, for the first time in about 30 years.
Paul Kuharsky had his weekly chat yesterday, and heres the transcript to that.
In honor of McNair's birthday yesterday, Jim Wyatt recounted the 5 most memorable Steve McNair moments. Steve was the reason I became a Titan fan and is my favorite player of all time for the incredible heart he showed for so many years.
NFL.com delves into the deepest and thinest positions in this years draft class. No surprise that DL is the deepest, as there should be value in a lot of rounds this year.
In$ider only piece, but Tom Gower talks about what the Titans' most glaring weakness is; the offensive line. He says that we shouldn't be surprised if we cut Hutch and Amano and let Harris go and then go sign one of Levitre/Vasquez and then draft an O lineman. Music to my ears.
PK then gives his take on Tom's diagnosis in another In$ider piece. He agrees with Toms assessment. I really hope they are right. We would go from a middling to bad offensive line to a top 3 O line in a year, giving CJ pastures of open space and Locker a chance to prove he really is the future of the franchise.
NFL.com rates this years crop of free agent WRs. Rumors are that the Chiefs are gonna try to lock up Bowe long term, so say goodbye to that pipe dream.
Should Clowney sue the NFL for early entry restrictions? Should he get injury insurance?
Nick Foles, who may become expendable with the re-negotiation with Michael Vick and the signing of Dennis Dixon, is rumored to possibly find his way back to Andy Reid, with the Chiefs.
You Vols fans will love this Rotoworld writeup on Cordarelle Patterson. Silva absolutely gushes about him and so did Mayock apparently.
Quote of the Day: "Don't find a fault, find a remedy." -Henry Ford