Jim Wyatt wraps up the May minicamp. Nothing really noteworthy, except more doubt about Keith Bulluck staying a Titan.
Speaking of Keith Bulluck, the Lions have shown interest. He would thrive in Detroit. I'm going to miss him.
"I think that he's a guy, among others, that we've had our eye on," coach Jim Schwartz told the Free Press. "It just throws a little bit of a monkey wrench into it for him because he's coming off an ACL. But he's a quality player that's played for a long time in the NFL, and when he's available, I'm sure there will be a lot of teams that will be interested in him."
Donnie Nickey has been interning at the NFL Headquarters recently, to learn how to transition to life after the NFL.
Craig Hentrich is donating his time in his hometown of Godfrey, Illinois. He's the celebrity host in the Boys and Girls Club of Alton $1,500 Golf Shootout.
Now this is the stupid idea of the week. Trade the cornerstone of the franchise? These are just a sampling of this guy's ideas.
Johnson's presence didn't equate to a playoff victory in Baltimore.
The Titans can replace Johnson by drafting a Mark Ingram, or by signing the next Michael Turner in free agency.
As for who Johnson should be traded for, that is relatively easy. A veteran (but relatively young) productive wide receiver.
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