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Tennessee Titans Daily Links: Kenny Britt Returns To Nashville, Gets Booked Edition

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Tennessee_titans_30x21 Kenny Britt is back in Nashville finally, which means he has already turned himself in to be booked and charged. Britt is in hot water after providing false information on his driver's license, which is truly a charge so dumb only Kenny could catch it.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 David Climer looks at the changing faces in the Titans' LB group, which could very well be headed by Witherspoon, McRath Ayers and Curran barring a big push to keep Tulloch or sign a veteran. If the Titans do bring in a veteran, I hope he's a locker-room presence like David Tornton used to be. McRath, Curran and Ayers could all use a veteran to show them how to be a professional, and Witherspoon didn't seem to make much progress in that area last season (at least that we could see).

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Paul K names new Titans O-line coach Bruce Matthews as the AFC South coach who is Best at weathering the cold. I hate this lockout.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 The NFL lockout might be annoying the crap out of all of us here, but it's flat killing the people who rely on selling NFL merchandise to make a living.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 PFT takes a look at our checklist of issues, and it's actually pretty decently done... which is a dead giveaway that Mike Florio never saw it before it was posted.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Looking at the NFL through the our Titans-centric tunnel-vision, you wouldn't think the arrest rate of NFL is about the same as it was last offseason. Yet, that's the case.

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