The Titans are working to lock-up Jason McCourty, who is entering the final year of his deal, for the long run. While that deal looks very likely to get done, talks between the Titans and Michael Griffin about a reasonable extension are being complicated by the July 15 deadline stipulated by the franchise tag.
This'll make for an interesting family dinner: The Titans cut Daniel Graham, and one of the guys competing to take over that spot is his younger brother Cameron Graham, who spent last year on the Titans practice squad. I'm dumb.
Kamerion Wimbley is impressing Mike Munchak with his work ethic and professionalism, and teammates are taking notice.
David Cimer talks with Dave Ball about repeated concussions, which led the veteran DE to seriously contemplate retirement in the middle of last season.
Terry McCormick talks with Robert Johnson about finally getting a serious look at making the 53-man roster. Johnson is getting extensive work as the back-up for Michael Griffin and a key safety in the dime package, which has to be a nice change for a guy who has been inactive or on the practice squad since being drafted.
Not tired of reading about our secondary yet? Jerry Gray says the tandem of Griffin and Babineaux is similar to the duo he coached in Washington, LaRon Landry and the late Sean Taylor.
Matt Hasselbeck says if he can't get enough Titans WRs to workout with him in Seattle between OTAs and Camp, he'll pull guys off the street to catch passes.
Scab players > Scab refs.
Matt Bowen diagrams every offensive formation you need to know as a fan of the NFL.
Pacman will be a panelist at the upcoming NFL Rookie Symposium, and he won't be talkin' about balancing check books.
Shocker: a lawyer thinks his client has a good chance of winning a high-profile case.