The Titans' ineptitude regarding personnel decisions can be summed up in this one juxtaposition: while Keith Bulluck is headed for the open market, the team is negotiating to bring back career 53rd man Donnie Nickey. I'm sure Nickey will enjoy another season of being our token 'blue-collar guy' who averages about $200,000 per dumb-luck special teams tackle. In less annoying news, the team is also keeping the lines of communication open with CB Rood Hood.
Despite all of the tid-bits that have been leaking out over the past few weeks, the Titans are playing their real free agency plans close to the vest.
Jim Wyatt thinks Bret Kern may have tipped his hat commenting on Craig Hentrich's post-retirement plans when he wished for the retired punter to grab a sweatsuit and a whistle.
Follow us through the jump for more on off-season moves...
This year is a pretty pivotal draft for the Titans, but these days so is every draft.
Paul Kuharsky covered the SportsFest this past Saturday in Nashville, and he has video and commentary on the Music City Miracle reunion that featured Lorenzo Neal, Frank Wycheck and Kevin Dyson.
Arrowhead Pride looks at the connections that could bring Mawae to Kansas City.
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