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Turn and Face the Strange: Titans News from Jerlindsey

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News is not easy to come by these days...

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Stanford head coach David Shaw says that he always believed in Mariota, and thinks he is on the brink of something special. Shaw heard the #hatters when Marcus was entering the draft, and he would just shake his head. He says he knew they didn’t know Mariota like he did, and that he knew Marcus had the skill set to be a great quarterback in the NFL. Shaw also is impressed with the kind of guy Marcus is, and says that he is the kind of guy you want your daughter to marry. He can marry mine if he wants to!...in eighteen years...ok this just got weird...

Quick Hit: Old news, but the Titans announced their training camp schedule.

Josh Kline compares his experience with the Titans to his time with the Patriots. He says that the culture is the same in Tennessee as it is in New England, and that the Titans are definitely on the upswing. He also sees similarities between Mularkey and Belichick. He says that Mularkey, much like Belichick, expects a lot out of his players. He also gives some praise to Russ Grimm by saying he is a great coach, and that he expects a lot out of the offensive linemen.

Quick Hit: Jim Wyatt’s mailbag.

TITANS DRAMA NEWS ALERT!!!! Ok. Not really. Remember when Tajae Sharpe and Sebastian Tretola were slapped with a lawsuit accusing them of assaulting some dude at a bar during draft time? Well game on! Sharpe and Tretola are now filing a countersuit, and claiming they acted in self-defense. Sharpe claims he threw a punch when he thought he himself was about to get hit, and Tretola threw him (Satterfield is the last name of the guy suing) after he ran towards him. Something to think about though: Sharpe’s agent claimed that Sharpe wasn’t involved in a fight when the news first broke out, but now Sharpe is claiming self defense, which means he did fight, so....

Quick Hit: The NFL paid the Titans $244 million in 2016.

That’s all for today. Happy reading!