Jason Mcourty and Ryan Mouton certainly didn't win over any fans last year when they struggled to fill holes in an already struggling secondary, but 2010 is a new year and the pair are looking to turn the page. In summation, did you know there's a battle for the CB spot opposite Cortland Finnegan? Just keep remembering: whoever gets it will be better than Nick Harper.
USC's copy of the Reggie Bush Heisman Trophy will be sent back to the organization who awards it. That's big news, especially since Vince Young finished second in the voting process. The line of thinking has been that should Bush's Heisman be revoked (which it actually hasn't... yet), but Joe Schad is saying (via the Tweet linked in the story) that Vince Young has always told his friends that he wouldn't accept th trophy even if it was offered to him. I can definitely understand both sides of this argument, but I'd take a Heisman Trophy under those circumstances in a heartbeat.
Michael Griffin will go a long way towards defining his career here in 2010, and that makes him a player to watch in the AFC South. Griffin impressed everyone with a set of eyeballs for his first two years in the league, but for much of last year he was a complete disaster when patrolling the deep zone. I see no reason to doubt that he'll right the ship, but then again, I had no reason to think the ship would take on so much water last year.
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Bo Scaife and the Titans both believe that he has another level left to in his career, but I have to tell you I just don't see it. Bo might have one flukie career year left in him where he's a worthy All-Pro, but outside of that he is what he is, and that's a pretty-good-but-not-great two-way TE.
David Boclair talks with the Titans' nickel spot specialist, Vincent Fuller, about the role experience plays in his position.
Nick Schommer, who spent all of last season on the practice squad, was the subject of a profile by The Dickson Press from back in North Dakota.
In addition to suing the sick bastard who stalked and recorder her, Erin Andrews is suing the Nashville Marriott(along with a slew of other hotels) claiming they were negligent for letting her stalker book a room right next to hers... after they told him which room was hers. It sounds almost stupid to believe that such a mistake would be worth $2 million, and it's hard to remain too sympathetic towards Andrews after her DWTS stint and magazine photo spreads, but if this situation happened to my wife no amount of money or apologies would get me off the warpath.