Found February 21, 2013 on Total Titans:
After covering the defensive ends and tackles, we turn our position to the next level of the defense, specifically the middle linebackers, as we continue our trip around the Tennessee Titans position by position heading into the 2013 offseason. When we addressed the Mike backer last offseason and again in the preseason, it looked like the Titans had found a solution for 2012 and going forward. Then, the regular season happened. Things didn't go so well for the Tennessee Titans at the middle linebacker position in 2012. The player who'd looked like a potential star in the making the second half of 2011 got hurt, then got healthy but looked less like a star in the making, then got hurt again. The backup played a few snaps, then got hurt again. The third-stringer came in, and, well, played like a third-stringer, resulting in outside linebackers taking snaps. Suddenly, a position that seemed solid suddenly seemed much less so, especially because it wasn't the pot...
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