In what could be a disastrous story, the damage to the western side of LP Field from the recent floods revealed a large sinkhole. There's a very reasonable fear that the sinkhole may be bigger than what we can see of it so far, so the Metro Sports Authority is getting an engineering assessment to see how much trouble they may or may not be in. Lets just hope this isn't the 'tip of the iceberg', as Sports Authority Executive Director Emmett Edwards said.
Cortland Finnegan will spend much of the next month working with All Pro CB Darrelle Revis in Phoenix... which is awesome! You can't find a better CB in the world right now than Darelle Revis, so hopefully Cort learns some good techniques from him.
Mike Wilkening of PFW compares Chris Johnson's current situation to the contract stalemate Eric Dickerson created in between his second and third years in the league. That's just the beginning of the hold-outs that went on in the summer of 1985, which saw Tony Dorsett, Dan Marino, John Riggins, Mike Singletary and more players refuse to appear at camp (and sometimes through to the regular season) unless they got a new contract.
Follow us through the jump to see who thinks we'll be terrible in 2010...
Collin Allred has been running with the starting unit all offseason, but he knows he's just keeping that MLB spot warm for when Tully comes back.
Jim Wyatt adds on to his story on Kenny Britt from yesterday with some sort of vague vote of confidence.
Here's one of the earlier fantasy previews of the 2010 Titans.
Some Jags blogger basically says we're to immature to win. Problem is, we're also just too badass to lose that much, son. It's like the friggin' Hawking paradox of the NFL.
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