Still hurts, and telling Titans fans what they already know sure isn't going to help. Also, Mike Pereira can't be seriously saying that delay was only .65 seconds with a straight face because that's hilarious. Maybe 2.65 I'd believe.
PFW is hearing that if the Titans work-out a deal with Kerry Collins, you can expect Vince to be the back-up again next year.
Note to the league: keeping your coaching staff consistent breed success and especially sustained success. Just look at Jeff Fisher, Tony Dungy, Bill Belicheat - he's probably had the same camera guy since the Browns days, so that counts - Andy Reid and Tom Coughlin.
I'd take these numbers with a grain of salt because there's no citation given for the source, but here are the 2009 AFC South cap numbers as reported by Paul Kuharsky:
Tennessee Titans: $30 million under
Houston Texans: $19.2 million under
Jacksonville Jaguars: $15 million under
Indianapolis Colts: $3.8 million overx
The local papers duel it out with off-season outlooks, and Terry McCormick delivers a list of impact free agents on the Titans and what their signabilty is to the team.
I'm lovin' Jim Wyatt's off-season outlook for the Titans though, wherein we're really not dying for new blood at most positions and in a position to just get the best talent out of FA and the draft that's available.
After finishing 8-8 in 2006, 10-6 in 2007 and 13-3 in 2008 David Climer wonders where that trend line is headed next year, and because it's David Climer it's unnecessarily gloomy and whiny.
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