Jim Wyatt gets LenDale in a talkative mood at Chris Johnson's football camp, and the former Titan RB spills his guts about smoking pot and hating Pete Carroll now. LenDale is facing a four game suspension for violatingthe league's substance abuse policy, which means he's tested posative at least once before. I'll bet you anything that first test happened either during the last off-season or early last year, and it's why Jeff Fisher and the coaching staff cast LenDale off to the side.
More Vince Young bashing from folks who were just waiting to bash the man in the first place. A good benchmark for all of these articles about VY: if they seriously mention the idea of a suspension, they're ridiculous. I mean I expect that from mouth-breathing bloggers who cover other teams, but not paid writers who are generally expected to use a sliver of logic.
Follow us through the jump to find out Marvin Harrison's latest gun-related snafu...
I love you CJ2K, but lets get the difference between can't do something and won't do something straight real quick before you continue making comments to the media.
The Titans are helping FEMA spread the word around Tennessee about how to get disaster relief and find assistance. This is part of a new media/new approach to public awareness the agency is having to take since so many people don't read their local paper or watch their local news on a regular basis anymore.
In a move BBS is sure to call racism and social injustice on a Dickensian scale, trigger happy former-Colt Marvin Harrison had a gun in his possession confiscated by police after he failed to inform them that he was armed during a traffic stop (that's the law in Pennsylvania). Harrison had a permit for his own gun, but this one was registered to a third party who wasn't there. Marvin was allowed to leave the seen, but police may test fire the gun to see it it's connected to any of the numerous occasions on which Marvin Harrison shot a guy. Because these are things Marvin Harrison does: beat up kids, choke-out ball boys and shoot people.
In what could have been the juiciest bit of info for today, PFT is presupposing that Albert Haynesworth could drop the dime on the Redksins for tampering when they signed him. I say this could have been juicy, but instead it's just the inane and speculative ramblings of Mike Florio, who doesn't need a shred of truth to post outrageous hypotheticals.
NFP's Andrew Brandt says the anemic RFA market activity is a sign of the focus teams are putting on saving money on the lack of a salary cap... it's almost like they expect some terrible thing to happen next year that results in a gashing of revenue.
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