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Tennessee Titans Morning Links: A Chance For Vince Young To Start? Edition

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Tennessee_titans_30x21 LenDale White is seeing how big of a benefit his reduced weight can be getting out to the edge and getting up to full speed more quickly.  Interesting sidenote: LenDale claims he lost the weight not by changing his diet, but because he stopped drinking alcohol:

"To be honest, it really wasn't a lot of major diet change," he said. "Really watching what I drink. I was a big Patron consumer and that's what it was. I was drinking a lot, I drank a lot of alcohol. I cut that out of my diet all the way, I don't drink at all, I stopped drinking for six months and the weight it just started falling off."

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Jonathan Hutton of TitansRadio.com sees a great opportunity for Vince Young and the coaching staff in the extra preseason game we have this year:  Give Kerry a week of rest during the meaningless exhibition season and let VY have a start.  I doubt they do it, but Hutton does make some very good points here if you'll quit freaking out and just read the post. 

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Daily podcast updates from training camp by Titans Radio are available for free.

Follow us through the jump to find-out which insanely rich former Titan is already worrying his new team...

Tennessee_titans_30x21 'Save the last dance' White might be the worst nickname I've heard in a long, long time.  I expect better from the Titans' wittiest quote machine.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Paul K delivers the book on Titans camp from Sunday.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Jevon Kearse is looking to reignite the play that made him 'The Freak' back in 1999.  I don't see that happening, but at least his decade in the league has made him a much better run defender and well rounded player.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Javon Ringer is looking to do big things this year, even if it's as the third running back on a roster that's crowded with talent.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Colts writer Chris Steuber takes a look at the Titans' top 10 prospects (a prospect being any player under 25 with 3 or less years of NFL experience).

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Albert Haynesworth has already been getting injections on his left knee, which was the same knee that caused him to miss several games down the stretch last season... not a good sign for the Redskins faithful.