In 1998 the Titans selected Dyson, Rolle, and Olson, who all were (especially Rolle and Dyson) very solid members of this organization.
With the 15th pick in the draft, the Titans selected one Albert Haynesworth who was a headache for us, opponents and future teams at times, and at others was the most dominant interior lineman in the NFL. It would have been interesting for sure to see what he would have become if he had stayed in Tennessee (city/state/whatever) instead of going off to DC.
NFL.com takes a look at some defensive lineman in their newest segment of "Game Changers".
Paul Kuharsky takes a look at McShay's newest mock, which has us taking Floyd, and says he likes the pick. I don't know what I think of Floyd yet, but my top 5 in no particular order would be Milliner, Mingo, Cooper, Warmack, and Star.
PK chats with Scouts Inc.'s Steve Muench, who says that if Mingo is there at number 10, the Titans will have hit a home run pick if they grab him. He also says that Cooper is probably a better fit for our offense that Warmack.
Kevin Walter, the Titans' newest receiver says the Titans aren't very far away from contending for the division and they should play some winning football this year.
Dee Milliner says he's a top 10 pick. I agree, hopefully he'll be at number 10 for us to grab him.
Quote of the Day: "The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn't said." -Peter Drucker