Here's the Tennessean's story on the David Givens lawsuit, and here are Paul K's thoughts on the same issue. I don't really know what to think or say about it because it's a very he said/she said sort of thing, but I will say that my heart goes out to David because it sounds like he's been in a bad place since his knee gave out and ruined his NFL career.
The Titans are working out no less than four punters (including MCM favorite A.J. Trapasso) to replace Hentrich, but we won't hear who wins until this morning. Apparently the reason for that is the Titans want to know how long Craig will be out, and specifically if he'll need to be placed on the IR.
Seriously I have no idea what to do wit my life now that Mike Florio and I have found some common ground: the league's explanation of Jacoby Jones' touchdown is a complete crock because it flies in the face of several other recent rulings. These jokers need to decide if all a receiver has to do is hit the ground with possession, or whether he needs to finish the catch by maintaining possession as he fully lands.
Follow us through the jump to find out where Chris Johnson's performance ranked over the past decade...
Jacoby Jones followed up his performance Sunday with an appearance to plead guilty to a DUI from 2008 back in Houston.
The Titans have performed well in the Football Outsiders' DVOA rankings for the past 2 years, but this year? Not so much.
Tristan H. Cockcroft crunches the number, and discovers that Chris Johnson had the 9th best fantasy performance since 2000.
Not quite sure what the full implication of this is, but Steve McNair's sons from a relationship previous to his marriage are now being represented by an attorney separate from their step-mother, Michelle McNair.
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