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This isn't really the start of the new series, at least not in the same way I've done the past couple series. As we approach the season, though, I'm going to take a more in-depth look at some moves the Titans made earlier in the offseason. I don't plan to write about every move, but will highlight a couple of the ones I find more interesting.Back in January, the Titans re-signed impending free agent tight end Craig Stevens, locking him down for another four years at over $3.5 million per season. That's definitely starter-type money, so it seems fair to assume Stevens will play a reasonable number of offensive snaps in 2012.The Titans were in some ways a very predictable team in 2011. As I noted several times, they threw virtually every time it was third down and they had two or more yards to go. That wasn't the only reliable indicator, though. Another one of them was who the tight end was. I didn't keep formal track, but if Stevens was in the game, the ch...
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