Jake Locker is now the unquestioned starter, but questions about his accuracy still abound in some circles. Some of those questions are still legitimate, but his accuracy has been so much better than advertised when we drafted him, and the overall improvement has been notable, I'm more interested/concerned to see how he handles having to read the defenses and adjust plays at the line.
The Titans signed Mt. Juliet, TN native Michael Jasper last week to add depth at the OT spot, and the mountain of a man is very happy to be back home after spending last season in Buffalo. Jasper played at an unbelievable 460 lbs. at Bethel University, but has slimmed down to s svelte 390 lbs.
Don't worry folks: if Kevin Matthews never develops into an NFL starter, we'll still have a shot with his younger brothers Jake and Mike, who are currently tearing it up for Texas A&M.
What is it with us and military veterans at the FB position? After choosing not to re-sign Afghanistan vet Ahmard Hall, the Titans now have West Point graduate and Army veteran Collin Mooney competing to take his place.
Shaun Smith's brief tenure with the Titans came to an unremarkable end this morning.
I'm starting to think Kenny hurt his other knee trying to kick his own ass.
Beanie Wells will make his 2012 debut tomorrow night when the Cardinals come to Nashville.