Chris Henry has about as good of an attitude about what's happened in his short term with the Titans as anyone could expect, and coaches say they can see an improvement in the former 2nd round pick's play. Still, it may not be enough to save his roster spot during training camp. He'll definitely be the most interesting name to watch when the cut dates come. One thing that could help Henry: the extra preseason game will mean more reps for the guys at the bottom of the depth chart, not the guys at the top, meaning he'll get his chance to prove he can do more than just run into the back of his linemen.
I know this has been hard on Chris Henry. I mean, this ain't no party, this ain't no disco, this ain't no foolin' around... it's Life During Wartime by the Talking Heads for this week's Friday Jam!
Justin Gage is ready to build upon his career a very solid last half of 2008, after losing much of the early season to knee and hamstring injuries.
Ryan Moutan Mouton says his hamstring has completely healed, and he's ready to start full practices. Personally, Mouton better light the world on fire since he was the pick over D.J. Moore.
Jeff Fisher is approaching this season like it is his first, or so he says in this Q&A with The Sporting News.
Stephen Tulloch updated his blog with some thoughts on playing the Hall of Fame Game, and how much it means to him that one of his heros, Derrick Thomas, is being inducted.
Gary Estwick catches up with newly promoted Titans secondary coach, Marcus Robertson.
There are very few players in NFL history I'd rather go back and watch than the legendary Deacon Jones, so it's nice to see that he'll have is number 75 jersey retired by the Rams. Just take 5 minutes today and watch this. You'll fall in love with the NFL's best, and most entertaining, pass rusher in history.
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