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Tennessee Titans Daily Links: Foggy Titans Breakdown Edition

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Ruston be puttin' in some work.
Ruston be puttin' in some work.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Derick Gunn of says that Asante Samuel could be shipped to the Titans soon for what appears to be a conditional third round pick in the 2013 draft. It's also possible that the conditional pick is for this year, if the condition in is that Asante has to sign a new, cheaper deal.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Colin McCarthy finished 14th in the PFF's Run Stop Percentage for all LBs last season, which is five spots better than Tully.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Alshon Jeffery made himself a whole hell of a lot of money at his pro day workout. Jeffery showed up at 6'4", 213 lbs. and ran 40-times in the 4.4-4.5 range.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Paul K takes a look at the FA moves across the AFC South.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 PFT takes a look at the top five remaining UFAs.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Kyle Vanden Bosch and Stephen Tulloch commented on Jim Schwartz's bounty program, and said they aren't aware of such a program.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Could Jake Scott be the next former-Titan to land with the Ravens?

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Pour one out for a true pioneer, legendary musician and Nashville resident who passed yesterday: Earl Scruggs. Rising to prominence as the sideman for Bill Monroe, Scuggs single-handedly popularized modern banjo technique and theory. Though visionaries like Bela Fleck and Noam Pikelny have taken the instrument into a whole other stratosphere, they're building on the foundation Earl Scruggs laid decades ago. Here's a classic sample of Scruggs' signature, lighting fast three-finger picking style that defined the banjo for half a century.

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