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Tennessee Titans News Links: Keeping Up With The Joneses

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I liked this picture because you couldn't see the Ratbird uniform
I liked this picture because you couldn't see the Ratbird uniform
Mike Ehrmann

Titans are looking at Arthur Jones in free agency. He would be a dynamite addition to our defense as a 3-4 end.

Let's look at two other famous Joneses. One is an actor, and one is a singer/songwriter. All Joneses are talented, especially Arthur's brothers, Chandler and Jon.

Titans are looking to trade Chris Johnson. Good luck with that. Would it be great if we traded him? Absolutely. Is it realistic? Well, maybe for the Raiders, who apparently will be paying the injury prone Roger Saffold 8 million dollars instead of paying Veldheer that money (who will apparently be wooed by the Cardinals for only 7.5 million).

Here's PK's twitter mailbag for the week.

NFL Combine recap takes us to the safeties.

Now we look at this year's crop of corners. I'll tell you this, Kyle Fuller is a straight up baller.

If you wan't to know a bit more about Ra'Shede Hageman J'Shede Wattman, there is a really in-depth scouting report on him that you can find right here.

Jim Wyatt says the Titans will strive to find the right fit for their team in free agency. He lists Dansby, Ben Tate, Donald, and McFadden all as possibilities.

More often than not, the Titans have made the right decision in letting their free agents go. That doesn't mean it won't hurt a lot if Verner leaves.

Quote of the Day: <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>I still think more Defense should be shown or talked about during NFL or college games by the common taters.</p>&mdash; Wade Phillips (@sonofbum) <a href="https://twitter.com/sonofbum/statuses/442429803753246720">March 8, 2014</a></blockquote>

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Common taters everyone. COMMON TATERS.