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The Tennessee Titans have not decided on a starting quarterback for their regular-season opener, but on Thursday, they named veteran Matt Hasselbeck the starter for Saturday's preseason opener against the Seattle Seahawks, TitanInsider.com reported.
Coach Mike Munchak plans to have Hasselbeck run between 11 and 15 players, then replace him with second-year quarterback Jake Locker for the rest of the first half. Hasselbeck started all 16 games for the Titans last season, but he is competing with Locker for the starting job this year. Hasselbeck played for the Seahawks before signing with the Titans last summer. Munchak wants to pick his regular-season starter by the Titans' third preseason game, Aug. 23 against the Arizona Cardinals.
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Troubled Titans receiver Kenny Britt is upset with the team for fining him. Don't believe us? Check out the photo he shared on Instagram.
Kenny Britt was third in the league in receiving yards per game last season, but he’s leading the league in idiotic behavior.
You may recall that Britt was arrested in April last year for leading police on a car chase in New Jersey. Then he was charged in another incident the day after he pleaded guilty for the April offense. And last month, Britt was arrested for DUI at an army...
Kenny Britt will not face an additional fine from the Tennessee Titans for going public on over a previous penalty.
Coach Mike Munchak said Thursday he had not spoken to Britt, who apparently used his Instagram account on Wednesday to post a photo of the fine sheet for missing a rehab workout, adding a message that included several obscenities, as well as: "Walk back to dis...
NASHVILLE, Ten.. (AP) -- Kenny Britt will not face an additional fine from the Tennessee Titans for going public on over a previous penalty.
Coach Mike Munchak said Thursday he had not spoken to Britt, who apparently used his Instagram account on Wednesday to post a photo of the fine sheet for missing a rehab workout, adding a message that included several obscenities, as well as...
Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt blasted the Tennessee Titans via Instagram, the social media picture sharing application, for fining him $9,915 for missing a "mandatory scheduled appointment" with a team trainer. Britt took a snapshot of the 8 1/2-by-11 inch document entitled "Fine Sheet" and dated "8/8/12." The date of the violation was Aug. 7, and...
According to John Glennon of The Tennessean, so far “overall in training camp, Hasselbeck has thrown eight interceptions in team drills, Locker two.”
I’m not sure how much this will determined who Titans head coach Mike Munchak chooses to open the season as the starter, but it should have some significant weight in the decision process.
Chris Johnson is fast. In fact, he may be the fastest player in the NFL when healthy. Johnson ran a blazing 4.24 40-yard dash at the NFL combine back in 2008. Nobody knows how Usain Bolt would do in the 40, but we do know he is recognized as the fastest man in the world. That hasn’t stopped Johnson from believing he can beat Bolt in a race.
“I feel like if I would have kept...
Now what’s the key word in that title? That’s right. It’s “thinks”. And no matter how much Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson thinks he can beat Olympic gold medalist and fastest man alive Usain Bolt in the 40, it’s just not happening.
But we’ll indulge Johnson and let him state his case as to why he thinks he could beat Bolt.
“I feel like if I would have...
Titans RB Chris Johnson believes that in the right set up, Jamacia’s Usain Bolt, the man currently crowned as the “fastest man alive,” wouldn’t stand a chance against him in a race. “I feel like if I would have kept training for track I’d have a chance, but I play football and he runs track, [...]