David Boclair uses CJ2K's holdout to review some of the more high-profile contract disputes in Titans history. The Randall Godfrey affair was undoubtedly the most shameful of the mentioned events, even if the McNair lockout was the more embarrassing news story. Re-negotiating a man's contract so that it's more palatable to cut him is almost beyond the pale, and it was a move that was very unpopular with that early 2000's roster.
Jason McCourty is continuing to impress the coaching staff, and right now he looks to have the inside track at the starting spot.
Players on the hot seat who need to step it up this year: Craig Stevens. He's proven himself to be as good as advertised as an in-line blocker, but he's going to have to show a little something in the passing game to stay in the mix once Bo Scaife is gone after the season.
Follow us through the jump for a hilariously stupid list from Peter King...
The Comcast Jeff Fisher & Friends Softball Game has been moved to June 13th as a result of the recent floods. Fisher has pledged some of the proceeds to go to flood relief, but notes that the community organizations who have traditionally gotten funds from the event still need help as well.
Kenny Britt has gotten his wake-up call, and now he's been cleared to practice.
Clay Travis has a great piece on the Music City Miracle reunion from back in February. It's a good read, but how long has he been sitting on this bad boy waiting for a slow news cycle?
Don Banks takes a look at the prospect of a 2014 Super Bowl in New York, which will be the first cold-weather, outdoor Super Bowl of the modern era.
Dan Snyder weighed in on the Albert Haynesworth debacle, and what do you know, he's none too happy.
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