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Tennessee Titans Daily Links: Is This A Lockout Or A Court-in Edition

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Tennessee_titans_30x21 Kenny Britt pled not guilty to three charges related to the alleged pot incident from a few weeks ago. The trial is set to start in September, but if the NFL is back in action by then expect it to get moved into next offseason.
Tennessee_titans_30x21 The Nashville Business Journal ranks the Titans as the 12th hardest NFL franchise to root for, due to consistent disappointments. I find the NBJ to be the 2nd least interesting publication in Nashville to read, falling just behind Nashville Parent.
Tennessee_titans_30x21 Rennie Curran is one of several idle players attending the Pro Athletes Franchise Initiative in Miami.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 If Kerry Collins' retirement hurts your fantasy team, you need to get into a league that isn't so damned deep. That being said, this post takes a look at how his departure could impact the fantasy value of a few other veterans (and Locker).
Tennessee_titans_30x21 NFP has a rundown of the fantasy value of all kinds of rookies, and places Locker a close second among the QBs.
Tennessee_titans_30x21 Marc Mariani is staying positive through the lockout because that's what Mariani does.
Tennessee_titans_30x21 Myron Rolle has been keeping busy this offseason, including kicking it with Bill Clinton and working out with Tom Shaw to get prepared for next season.
Tennessee_titans_30x21 Pacman's problems are snowballing again, as the Las Vegas authorities are looking to whether or not his recent arrest constitutes a violation of his probation related to the time he had that guy shot.
Tennessee_titans_30x21 Sheil Kapadia at Philly.com looks at the possible futures of Albert Haynesworth, Keith Bulluck and Donovan McNabb.

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