Jason Babin relays a weird back and forth with the new Titans staff just before the lockout in Esquire Magazine (via Paul K). Apparently several players received text messages from the new staff asking them to call, but when they called there was no answer.
Derrick Morgan is among several NFL stars who are in Rwanda helping treat the hearing impaired. It's great to see someone in the NFL doing something that isn't related in anyway to a lawsuit or labor unrest, and I'm really happy that our Titans are represented on this great charity trip.
Bud Adams has made a much-publicized guarantee that the NFL will play in 2011, which hardly anyone ever seriously doubted.
Former Titans safety Lance Shulters has joined the coaching staff at Bryant University in Rhode Island.
Tom Gower takes a look at the nickel back spot over at Total Titans.
John Glennon takes a long look at Wisconsin defensive end/tackle J.J. Watt.
PFF tabs the Texans offensive line as one of the league's hidden superstars. I'm not completely sure they're on that level yet, but they've for sure come a long way since that ragtag group that got David Carr killed for all those years.
Priest Holmes is one of four ex-NFL players suing to for provisions that would prevent the loss of benefits and pensions for ex-players during any possible lockout.
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