Tough to tell how honest this statement is by Reindfeldt, but he said the team is keeping Stephen Tulloch in their plans. If he's used in a different capacity, mostly on obvious running situations and not as an ever down MLB, Tully can still be a big help, but I've had the firm suspicion that another team out there will over pay him. If the price gets very high, and keep in mind that his agent is Drew Rosenhaus, the team will most likely let Tully walk.
Peter King notes Locker's accuracy issues before discussing Chris Palmer's history of improving QBs accuracy; most notably with Eli Manning. Reinfeldt also points to some of the success stories from across the league where QBs have come out of college (usually for bad college teams, btw) and improved those numbers at the NFL level. A few of those include Favre, Cutler and Brunell.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize that the Titans gave up way too many big plays in 2010, but it takes a Tom Gower to try and pinpoint who was most responsible for the screw-ups. And before you ask: yes, Chris Hope graded out
better less poorly than ATV, Griff and Cortland.
Jake Locker is used to making lemons into lemonade.
Matt Bowen looks at the pros and cons of playing a rookie QB from jump. No matter what you think of this question in general, there's no debate that it becomes less and less of a good idea the longer the lockout continues.
Jovan Haye slimmed down by about 25 lbs last off-season with the hopes of regaining some of his quickness, but now he's trying to put that weight back on with the intention of being a run stuffer for new D-line coach Tracy Rocker.
NFL Mocks loved the Titans' draft class.
Yeah, I expect the possibility of this move happening to die as soon as Shanahan talks to his old friend and coaching protege Mike Heimerdinger.
WEEI looks at the free agency prospects of Jason Babin.
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