The Tennessean dusts off some old Titans draft slideshows to recap every player selected by the team since '99, which makes for Andre Woolfolk's first mention on a website other than MCM in about 4 years.
The AFC South could go all D-line in the first round.. provided there's another undersized guy the Colts want to give tons of money to while expecting almost no production from because Pope Dungy isn't around to make that system work (see: Hughes, Jerry and Moala, Fili).
Du'Quan Bowers garnered mixed reviews for his Pro Day workout, which only increases the chances that he slides to the 8th spot. A rusty Pro Day workout from a guy who has been recovering from injury doesn't phase me at all is the doctors believe his knee will be 100% soon.
Chris Hope is putting on a charity basketball game to raise money for a mother who was critically injured in a car crash and needs constant care. Apparently this is the second year Hope has held the event, and each year he will pick a specific person or situation to raise funds for... gotta love that idea.
Myron Rolle makes the case for paying college athletes in revenue generating sports. But honestly, what guy who played college ball would say they didn't want to get paid cash for it?
George Plaster, a long-time staple of Nashville talk radio and sports media and the czar of 104.5 The Zone,could be in for another ugly fight with radio's second evil empire: Cumulus Media.
Jim Trotter gives Jake Locker the 'Not so fast, my friend' treatment on the heels of good reviews from his Pro Day.
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