ST. LOUIS -- As it turned out, the Titans were more than just another opponent for the St. Louis Rams, at least for those Rams who once played for Tennessee.
Defensive end William Hayes was so upset after the 28-21 loss Sunday that he smashed a mirror in the locker room following the game, creating a gash that would require stitches to close.
"Basically, he expressed how everybody felt," coach Jeff Fisher said Monday as his weekly presser. "It hit him hard. This game was big for him."
While Fisher appreciated the passion of Hayes, a six-year veteran who spent his first four seasons with the Titans, the coach said, "You have to draw the line somewhere."
"He played very well, he was just disappointed and you have to use better judgment," Fisher said. "He got a cut on his arm. He's fine."
Hayes, who had one of the Rams' four sacks of Titans quarterback Jake Locker, left the Edward Jones Dome Sunday before meeting with reporters. He isn't expected to address media until after Wedn...