Chris Palmer fielded questions from Titans season ticket holders, and the results are a lot of glimpses into the new offensive philosophy. TitansInsider has the blow-by-blow, and some of the highlights include: only about 50% of the offensive terminology will change, Palmer hearts Jared Cook (at least when asked directly about him he does), he believes the QB competition is open for anyone (and that means anyone) to win and the two decades worth of connections between Palmer and Matt Hasselbeck.
Jerry Gray answered fan questions on the same call, and he noted how much he wants to highlight Derrick Morgan. Morgan has experience in the type of rush system Gray envisions for him, and his physical skills are undeniable. About the only question we have about Morgan is if he'll come back 100% from his season-ending knee injury. On other subjects, Gray asserted that Cortland could slide to the nickel spot on certain downs to take advantage of his blitzing success, the defense will use more 3-4 looks as the personnel changes and the defense must cut back on penalties.
Hudson County (N.J.) prosecutor Edward DeFazio says he's tired of interacting with Kenny Britt, which is a statement so stunningly demonstrative I don't even feel the need to tag it with a joke.
Andrew Perloff takes a look at one guy you can pretty much guarantee won't be a Titan: Shamed OSU QB, and NFL supplemental draft participant, Terrell Pryor.
Bucky Brooks says a former Titans QB is going to need to completely reinvent himself in order to find anything vaguely identifiable as sustained success with a new team. I say good luck with that.
For the CFL fans in the house, the Edmonton Eskimos have signed former Titans undrafted free agent Stefan Rodgers. The only thing I know about Stefan is that he's one swapped vowel away from knowing which clubs in Ontario have the best human fire hydrants:
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