Found February 07, 2012 on
We'll continue our annual offseason positional analyses by taking a look at the Tennessee Titans' state of affairs at the WR position.2011 was a season of adjustment for the Titans at wide receiver. After showing signs of becoming one of the league's elite playmakers, Kenny Britt's season ended prematurely thanks to a torn ACL. In his absence, perennial underachiever Nate Washington stepped up with the best season of his career, while youngsters such as Damian Williams and Lavelle Hawkins also provided positive contributions to the team's passing game.
What does 2012 have in store for the Titans at the WR position? We'll find out...after the jump.
It brings joy to my heart thinking about what Britt is capable of doing if he's able to stay healthy for a full 16 game season. Unfortunately, at the opposite end of the spectrum, there's that nagging pain that suggests that something will get in the way of that possibility becoming a realit...
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In 2005, the Tennessee Titans struck gold in the NFL draft, selecting tackles Michael Roos and David Stewart, in the second and fourth rounds respectively. Roos was an immediate starter, and Stewart stepped into the starting lineup in his second season, and the two have formed probably the NFL's best tackle tandem over the past five seasons.Since taking Stewart, the Titans have...
The Titans new general manager says the team is in good hands with the quarterbacks they have.
Ruston Webster understands why some Volunteer fans want Peyton Manning to continue his NFL career in the state where he played in college.
But the Titans tried to downplay the Manning talk Tuesday in a conference call with season-ticket holders; Webster addressed the topic before taking...
The Titans shuffled the deck in their front office with three promotions that shift the balance of power ever so slightly.
General manager Mike Reinfeldt will be moved into the role of chief operating officer and report directly to owner Bud Adams.
Promoted into the general manager role is long-time personnel man Ruston Webster, who spent time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and...
Amid all the bring-Peyton-Manning back to Tennessee talk, Titans general manager Ruston Webster said he's quite happy with either Matt Hasselbeck or Jake Locker as his quarterback.