Found March 07, 2012 on Total Titans:
As Andrew noted in his positional analysis for the defensive ends, and as every Titans fan knows, the only Titans regular at defensive end in 2011 who is currently under contract for 2012 is Derrick Morgan. Malcolm Sheppard, who played both defensive end and defensive tackle, is an exclusive rights free agent and thus won't be going to another team unless the Titans decide they don't want him, but Dave Ball, William Hayes, and Jason Jones all appear to be headed to unrestricted free agency when the new league year begins on March 13.Andrew in his positional analysis and also in his wishlist identified a few defensive ends on his priority list. My list differs a little, and I think it's worth looking at who might be on the Titans' list in a little more detail. Players taken from the Rotoworld and Sideline View listings, I've listed them by tiers and alphabetically within each tier. TOP TIER John Abraham (Atlanta Falcons) - Turns 34 in May. A pure speed rusher,...
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