Tennessee Titans News Links: Where Did The Party Go?

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Tennessee_titans_30x21 Seems like a couple weeks ago this place was alive and popping, the draft had just ended, we were rejuvenated with football talk. Now "Where Did the Party Go?"

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Paul Kuharsky talks about the Titans pass rush expectations this year. Better coverage will lead to more sacks, the continued use of Ayers and the different blitzing looks from Williams should also contribute to making opposing QBs uncomfortable. However, the addition of John Abraham would even further that cause.

Titans signed Alvester Alexander and Greg Jones yesterday. I don't know if these guys will be any more than camp bodies.

NFL.com breaks down offseason story lines for each team. Our's features a little bit on CJ, Britt, Wash, and Locker.

Bernard Pollard will not visit the White House with the Ravens simply because he's a Titan. Not a Ratbird.

The apparent holdup for any John Abraham deal is snaps. The Titans want to use him as a situational pass rusher and he wants to be a full time guy.

The Jaguars are terrible. Especially against the Titans.

Quote of the Day: This is more of an advice thing, but I'd advise all of you to go see the new Star Trek. It's unbelievably good. You'll thank me later.

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