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Jason Babin Not Sure If He Will Fit In With New Tennessee Titans

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NASHVILLE TN - NOVEMBER 21:  Jason Babin #93 of the Tennessee Titans sacks quarterback Donovan McNabb #5 of the Washington Redskins during the first half at LP Field on November 21 2010 in Nashville Tennessee.  (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
NASHVILLE TN - NOVEMBER 21: Jason Babin #93 of the Tennessee Titans sacks quarterback Donovan McNabb #5 of the Washington Redskins during the first half at LP Field on November 21 2010 in Nashville Tennessee. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
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Jason Babin made himself a lot of money last season when he recorded 13 sacks as a member of your Tennessee Titans.  The problem for Babin is that he has no idea what team is going to be paying him all of that money in 2011 because of the lockout.  Graham Couch from MLive.com talked to Babin, and he says he isn't sure what the priorities will be for the Titans whenever this lockout is over:

"There's so much uncertainty with Tennessee, what their culture's going to be, who their quarterback's going to be, what kind of atmosphere is going to evolve out of a whole new coaching staff," Babin said. "When you put that many new people together — new offense, defense, new guy at the helm, at quarterback — it's kind of hard to predict what the culture's going to be, what the atmosphere's going to be. And even more so, the hierarchy of how things are going to rank importance-wise. So it's kind of hard for me to say yes or no until, (No.) 1, they talk to me and express interest. And No. 2, I can see how things unfold as far as the team as a whole goes."

Babin is a good player that will go overpaid by a team that isn't the Titans in free agency.  I am good with that.