The Titans are working with Patrick Bailey, Time Shaw and Jason Jones to keep all three in two-toned blue with multi-year deals. I'm interested to see what kind of deal we end up getting worked out with Jones, because they've been at the table for a good while now.
Jim Wyatt says the divide between Cortland Finnegan's expectations and what the Titans are willing to pay is still very substantial. The Titans are scheduled to meet with Finny's agent at the scouting combine, but I don't expect tremendous progress to be made any time soon.
The Titans are prohibited from signing Jordan Babineaux before March 13th thanks to an obscure rule related to the veteran minimum that the team used to cut some costs last season, but they're working with his agent to get a multi-year deal worked out.
And here's what Big Play Babs wants from the Titans:
ESPN's Josina Anderson talked to Babineaux on Monday. She passed this exchange on.
"I wouldn't want to necessarily leave if Tennessee makes me feel at home," Babineaux said.
When asked how the Titans would make him feel at home, Babineaux replied, "Cha-ching."
Stanford Routt signed with the Chiefs, but that could lead to Brandon Carr walking in free agency, so there's still another good CB option on the market thanks to the Raiders' curious cut.
Paul K lists the Texans' free agents, and they've got some pretty substantial ones. It'll be interesting to see how many of these guys they can keep in Houston, and how many walk.
MTD takes a look at our weakest spots.
Brady Quinn still doesn't know how to be a teammate.
This is perhaps the most random use of the image of Steve McNair I've ever seen.
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