A series of minor injuries have cost Derrick Morgan a ton of valuable practice time so far this off-season. Morgan is probably healthy enough to practice, but the franchise is terrified of a setback injury or worse. It's never to late to start panicking in NFL, but I'd hold off a while before getting concerned over these small nicks and scrapes during voluntary drills.
Jason McCourty seems to be leading the pack of guys competing for the second CB spot, but the overall theme coming from OTAs is rotation. Rotations are good in baseball and on the defensive line, but that's about it. If they're seriously considering a rotation during the season then it's more so a sign of the depth of mediocrity than the depth of talent. Still, the thing to always keep in mind while we discuss this spot is that whomever gets it, they'll be better than Nick Harper. Rod Hood, even with his busted ACL, is probably better than Nick Harper.
PFW has a note from Titans secondary coach, Marcus Robertson that's definitely worth paying attention to:
• In a recent interview with PFW, Titans secondary coach Marcus Robertson said he likes the progress rookie safeties Robert Johnson and Myron Rolle have made. "They've caught on well," Robertson said...
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As is usually the case when guys are wearing shorts and no pads, our Titans wide receivers are looking great. This position certainly appears to have more talent than any WR group we've seen since the Mason/Bennett era, but they still have a lot to show on the field.
There was a big benefit show at the Bridgestone Arena last night to raise money and awareness for victims of the Nashville Flood. Signed Tennessee Titans footballs were auctioned off, and Jeff Fisher and Vince Young showed up to greet the crowd alongside stars and area politicians.
Mike Florio says that in a effort to compromise, CJ2K and the Titans should meet on the middle ground of both of their positions. These are Deep Thoughts, by Mike Florio.
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