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Tennessee_titans_30x21 Former Longhorn Earl Thomas is in town today to workout for the Titans. Coaches and scouts are also working-out speedy Cincinnati WR/RS Mardy Gilyard.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Tony Brown wants a long-term contract, and there's no doubt that the Titans really want to give him one. As it stands today, Brown, a RFA, sits at home with an unsigned first-round tender that could pay him $2.621 million in 2010.  I think this deal gets done, it just may be closer to camp than Tony would prefer.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Stephen Tulloch also wants a big contract, but it looks like he's willing to settle for a big Marlin right about now.

Follow us through the jump to find out who has us taking JPP over Joe Haden...

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Looks like there could be a dispute brewing between The Titans and Citadel Broadcasting (who owns Titans flagship station 104.5 The Zone), as the radio giant has failed to pay for some very expensive box seats.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Josh Graves over at Titan Sized has a good read on Sergio Kindle.  Part of me doesn't quite get all of the hype around Kindle considering that it's so much less convenient than a book.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Rogersworthe over at T-Rac's Posse tackles the boredom of the off-season by ruminating on the new overtime system.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 In the wake of the McNabb trade, Matt Bowen looks at Mike Vick's possible role is with the Eagles.  Maybe they should just throw Kolb and Vick in a ring and let them fight over the starting position till the brink of death, then just electrocute and drown the loser.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 If the Eagles do this then they're the dumbest franchise in the league.  Of course, this mock also has us taking JPP over Joe Haden, and the Lions passing on Suh for Okung, so I just hate it anyways.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Further signaling that they're going with Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford, the Rams released long-time starter Marc Bulger yesterday.