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Tennessee Titans Morning Links: Back In The Saddle Edition

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(My apologies for the lack of links posts on Friday on Monday, but a combination of vacation and illness have kept me away.  Now, lets get back in the swing of it, shall we?)

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Jim Wyatt breaks-out the critical eye and goes down the list of position groups to develop a state-of-the-roster story.  You have to go 10 clicks in to find the best piece of advice in the whole series though:

Find a quality return man. Landing Cleveland's Joshua Cribbs might be a long shot, but give it a try. If that doesn't work, spending a draft pick on Golden Tate would be a sound investment.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Chris Johnson is never going to be Billy Mays or Peyton Manning, but expect to see him have a little higher profile this off-season as the endorsements start to line-up... I love the kid, but I'm hoping those commercial shoots don't go like the ones at the beginning of Rocky II.

Follow us through the jump to find-out what former Titans is returning to his hometown to play football...

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Jim Washburn is known around the league for turning out studs along the D-line, and William Hayes is well on his way to being Wash's latest success.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 A massive tip of the hat is owed to reader/commenter oilertitan for pointing us towards the 2009 Tecmo Bowl NFL Players Awards (created and executed by the, who give Chris Johnson a sweet 8-bit rendering and the Barry Sanders award.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Paul Kuharsky has some must read updates from across the AFC South ranging from the draft (he likes Michigan DE Brandon Graham at our spot),  Houston's search to replace the departed Offensive Coordinator Kyle Shanahan (the team interviewed Rick Dennison) and Jack Del Rio is now being rumored in regards to the USC job Fisher was erroneously attached to a few days ago.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Former-Titan running back, and the son of legend Walter, Jared Peyton has signed to play with the Continental Indoor Football League's Chicago franchise.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 The man who signed Jared Peyton to the Titans, former GM Floyd Reese, is interviewing for the same position in Seattle.  Reese has been openly begging for every GM job that's come open in the past several years, all the while working at ESPN and/or the Patriot's front office.


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