Kenny Britt pled guilty to disturbing the peace back in Hoboken, NJ, and was assessed a $1,500 fine. The charges were the downgraded result from the incident last June where police accused Britt of crushing a joint/blunt and getting rid of it before police could find it. It'll be interesting to see if the guilty plea, despite the reduced charges and toothless punishment, will be enough to warrant a suspension to be served next season from the commish.
The Titans have hired Nate Kaczor to
fetch Bruce Matthew's coffee be the assistant offensive line coach. Kaczor has spent the past four seasons as the assistant special teams coach in Jacksonville, and before that he coached for 17 years at the college level. Kaczor will replace Art Valero (whom I'd never heard of), who left the team because he wanted to coach a position group.
Paul K unveils his All-AFC South defense and special teams units, and Titans Jurrell Casey, Cortland Finnegan, Rob Bironas and Marc Mariani make the cut. Mariani gets in there as a punt returner, which you know Jimmy and Gramsey are going to love...
Jim Wyatt has photos from Super Bowl week over at the Tennessean.
Eli Manning is on the verge of eclipsing his brother's number of Super Bowl rings, but in Indy, he's still in Peyton's shadow.
PFF says that Matt Hasselbeck was the 10th best in the league at avoiding sacks when pressured, though the most impressive number here is the freakishly few number of pressured drop backs he faced compared to any other QB who played 14 or more games. Of the 112 times he did face pressure, Hasselbeck only went down 18 times.
Marshall Faulk weighs in on Peyton Watch 2012.
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