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Tennessee Titans Morning Links: All Situations Have The Same Plan B, Just Win Edition

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Tennessee_titans_30x21 Jason Jones can't really be expected to make us all forget Albert, but it'd be darn nice if he played that well!  Still, here are some good thoughts on that and Washburn's plan sans Albert:

Defensive line coach Jim Washburn says he has dreaded being asked the Haynesworth question the entire off-season, but it sounds like he already has an answer in Jones and the rest of the Titans defensive line through a collective effort, especially if Jones and young players like ends Jacob Ford and William Hayes step forward in 2009.

"I dreaded this when he left, because every person was going to ask me what we’re going to do with Albert gone. I’m just going to coach the guys we’ve got and we’re going to be fine," Washburn said. "If Jason, Jacob [Ford] and Will [Hayes] step up we won’t miss anybody. We’ll roll on."

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Paul Williams and Chris Davis know that they're in the position battle that will define their careers, and the competition all pretty much have the advantage on them this year.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Paul K sizes up the AFC South's offensive tackles, and the Titans fair the best of the bunch by a good stretch, both in elite talent and depth.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 LenDale weighs in on Reggie Bush's scandalous headlinesregarding how he was recruited and compensated at USC.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Javon Walker had off-season surgery and didn't tell the Raiders, and here Ross Tucker takes a look at the secondary medical advice many players are quietly seeking outside of the team trainers and physicians.

 

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