The second corner back position has been the only real starting spot that's open for competition on the Titans roster (being a starter on the D-line barely matters since the rotation is 8-10 deep), and right now it's looking like Jason McCourty has the position pretty-well nailed down. At this point, I'd say he has to completely
Nick Harper this thing implode a few times to lose it. After that spot, the next most interesting question in the secondary is what will be the pecking order behind Vinny Fuller's nickel spot.
Leroy Harris is the new guy on the offensive line, and he's going the extra step to show that he's got his linemates' backs:
Leroy Harris admitted he had "bad intentions." A play after fellow offensive lineman Eugene Amano had been poked in the eye by linebacker Jamie Winborn, Harris knew the next play – 26-power – would bring him into a collision with the former Vanderbilt star.
So he banged into Winborn hard. In an instant, the players went at it. A second later, Harris had Winborn flying through the air and on his back.