Jim Wyatt profiles VP of Player Personnel Rouston Webster, who has become more publicly acknowledged as the draft guru for Mike Reinfeldt. Webster was brought in right after last year's draft, which makes predicting this year's picks for the Titans even more futile. Anybody else get the feeling that the next three days are going to be one hell of a ride?
Nick Fairley gets the headline here, but the most reassuring news is that, after the mammoth DT, the Titans pretty clearly prefer the best of the second tier QBs in Jake Locker, Andy Dalton and Chris Ponder.
I completely support the Titans trying out Tim Graham's crazy-yet-brilliant notion: Sign Andrew Luck. Now. Get it done, Mikey:
Nate Washington is holding a football camp for kids age 8-17... I'll let gramsey take care of the punch-line in the comments.
I think a rogue NFL team should try to sign Andrew Luck this afternoon. Just for the hell of it.
Why not? Nobody knows what the rules are after a federal judge ended the lockout. There's currently no game plan for front offices, players and agents to follow during a murky appeals process.
So sign free agents. Hoard them. Explore the possibility of a field goal kicking mule. Trade head coaches. Whatever. We'll sort it out later.
We just need a general manager or two to show some initiative and be a trailblazer.
Wyatt also delivers a pile of mock draft results for our Titans.
TitansOnline has some good exclusive video on various players and prospects.
Shutdown Corner's final mock has us taking Nick Fairley.
The Cardinals are getting some nibbles on their no. 5 pick, according to the Sporting News.
See, this is why Browns fans can't have nice things.
The Titans' VP of Community Affairs, Bob Hyde, caught an Alabama-record whitebone porgy. See, the lockout isn't stopping everyone in the NFL from succeeding.
Jimmy Smith is making Ryan Mallet look like a chump.
Well played, Pres. Well played.
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