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Tennessee Titans Daily Links: High Praise For Jake Locker Edition

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Cover this man in bubble wrap.
Cover this man in bubble wrap.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 The Titans will wrap-up OTAs this week, which means the team won't be back on the field in any official capacity until the end of July. Munchak says he's pleased enough with the team's progress in these sessions that he likely won't put them through any two-a-day practices in minicamps.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Paul K writes about Jake Locker and the similarities in attitude and team-first behavior he shares with Steve McNair. That's some high praise right there, but you can't tell me this isn't the exact kind of 'take responsibility to protect my teammates/coaches' thing McNair would say at the perfect time that made us love him:

No. 1 draft pick Kendall Wright hurt his right shoulder Thursday at minicamp when he dived for a pass from Locker and landed awkwardly.

Look what Locker said, per Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.

"That's my fault. I always hate to see a guy get injured trying to make a play. He made a great effort at it, and I hope it's nothing serious."

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Jake Scott still doesn't have a job, proving just how bad he has played over the past two years.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 A Nevada jury ordered Pacman to pay $11.65 million to the club bouncer who was paralyzed in the Vegas shooting incident back in 2007. The ruling, barring any surprises on appeal, ensures that Pac pretty much won't be able to pocket much of what legitimate money he makes for the rest of his life. Also, Pac's lawyer may have provided the most inappropriate usage of 'devastating' I've seen in a long time.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 I know a towel ain't going to help with this one, but still, DON'T PANIC...

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Ladainian Tomlinson is retiring, thus ending the career of one of the more talented and accomplished running backs I've ever seen storm out of a game and pout behind his visor on the sideline.