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Please be healthy so we can draft you
Please be healthy so we can draft you
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Tennessee_titans_30x21 Chris Johnson has a novel idea about the Titans' offense going forward: Fit it to Jake's strengths as a QB.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 CJ has a pretty enjoyable segment on where he critiques some of the 40 yard dashes run at the combine this past weekend. Its funny to see CJ being taller than someone (in this case, it's the guy interviewing him).

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Johnson also doesn't believe that sharing is caring. I don't mind that because that should be his mindset, and I'm glad he knows he has to be a team player no matter what.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 The Colts GM, Ryan Grigson, keeps a "buzz guys" list. I think that's pretty smart.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Surprising no one, two players are polarizing NFL scouts. Can you guess who they are?

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Gil Brandt has a bizarre mock draft. He has us taking Warmack at 10, which is fine, but some of the other picks are just bizarre. Like Barkley to the Cardinals. His noodle arm would have a hellacious time in Arians vertical offense. Another odd pick was David Amerson in the 1st round. Yes he had a good combine, but he got burned a ton in college, that will make teams stay away for at least the first round. Finally, he has the Cowboys pick Cooper, which is a great pick, but then says that Cooper could fill a need at Guard or Tackle. What?

Tennessee_titans_30x21 NFL teams were asking some possibly "illegal" questions at the combine.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Did you ever wonder if the Titans' Assistant Athletic Trainer was good? Fear not, we have the best in the AFC.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Want to know a little about Neature (not a typo)? Check this hilarious video out.

Quote of the Day: "We have nothing to fear but fear itself." -FDR