Tony Brown has had preliminary talks with the front office about a long-term contract. He and the team have until Friday to get something done, or you can expect the Titans to keep Brown with a one-year tender in the RFA market. Wyatt also reports that Jevon Kearse has definitely seen his last days as a Titan already. Now Kearse is just hoping to catch on with someone, anyone who will give him a one last shot.
Fisher let it be known this weekend that the Titans intend to pay Vince his $4.25 million roster bonus that's due on March 10th, rather than raise a stink over his contract.
Jim Wyatt talked with Jonathan Hutton from Titans Radio about the combine, who the Titans' were looking closest at and how some local prospects fared at the Indy-based cattle call.
Follow us through the jump for more on the Titans and the combine:
Speaking of local products, super-athelete Golden Tate certainly helped his stock (and hurt our chances of him slipping to us in the 3rd by running an official (someone explain to Hutton and Trindon Holliday what that is, please) 4.36 40 at the combine. That number should off-set some foolish concerns about Tate's diminutive size. I haven't seen an official number yet, but I'll bet you his standing vertical was through the roof as well.
Jeff Fisher said over the weekend that Kenny Britt's performance last year has softened his stance on rookie WRs. it should also soften his stance on staying loyal to drop machines like Washington and Gage when a much better option presents itself.
Jay Graves over at Titans Sized makes the argument for drafting a DE, which continues to look like one of the deepest positions in the first round of the draft. On a related note, the NFLN will be running the work-outs for Defensive-linemen and LBs this morning at 10:00 for those who have access to a TV. They'll be re-showing it throughout the day and evening as well.
Pacman is still trying to get the attention of league scouts, and he'll work-out for some in New Orleans at what's being called a 'pro-day style' audition for several evaluators. Good luck with th... actually, no: I hope you have the crappiest luck ever, jackass.
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