The Titans are accepting applications for their Junior Mascot Program with the hopes of finding a youngster for T-Rac to mentor. The lucky kid will get invaluable one-on-one lessons in skills like driving an ATV/golf cart, how to evaluate cheerleading talent, and much more. You know what I'm interested in: What does T-Rac's Posse look for in this young protege to their beloved mascot?
Bill Barnwell has a good series on the top 2010 'prospects' in the NFL (In$ider only) . The criteria are: 1) Be in the second, third, or fourth year of their pro career, 2) Have been drafted in Rounds 3-7 or signed as an undrafted free agent, 3) Have started fewer than five career games in the NFL and 4) Still be on their rookie contract. Paul K has a free recap of the AFC South players that were in the bottom half of the list. Today the second half came out, and several Titans made the list, including:
2) Jacob Ford
18) Jared Cook
20) Leroy Harris
Follow us through the jump for links on Damian Willliams and a retiring Titans legend...
A lot of hopes for improvement in the WR corps are being pinned on Damian Williams, even though he's at best the fourth option. When you take a closer look at his resume (playing for the object of Superhorn's man crush Gus Malzahn, Houston Nutt at Arkansas and eventually Pete Carroll at USC), Williams is used to being in the mix with highly-talented WRs... so we'll see how he adjusts to this mediocre group.
Craig Hentrich is hanging up his cleats, and Titansonline caught up with him to reflect on his long and distinguished career.
Sportsinthe615 looks at the $5.5 million salary Kerry Collins is scheduled to make and wonders if the fact that the Titans seems happy to pay that much for a guy who went an 0-6 last year says anything about their lack of faith in Vince Young. Ini reality though, it says just as much about Jeff Fisher's over-abyndance of loyalty towards veterans as t does anything else.
Paul K also talks with Vinny Fuller about his early influence.
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