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24-year old cornerback Jason McCourty is the leading tackler for the Titans so far this year as he is really stepping up. McCourty has played in 9 games for the Titans so far this year and he has 74 tackles, 2 interceptions, 6 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble and 1 sack. He has now played in 36 games in his first three years with the Titans and he has 150 tackles, 4 interceptions, 16 passes defensed, 1 sack, 2 forced fumbles and 2 tackles for a loss. McCourty keeps getting better and that gets the Titans excited.
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Tennessee Titans defensive end Dave Ball says he briefly considered retirement after his latest concussion two weeks ago against Cincinnati.
Ball returned to practice Friday, but won't play against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday because of his third concussion the past two seasons. His season ended after 11 games last year due to a concussion.
''I thought of that,'...
The Atlanta Falcons are a "dome" team and the Tennessee Titans play in an outdoor stadium, but there might not be a player in the NFL more suited to playing indoors than Titans running back Chris Johnson, one the league's fastest players and best open-field runners.
"I know for sure it won't be cold outside or whatever," Johnson said on Wednesday of this...
Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons is special to Titans S Jordan Babineaux, because his brother Jonathan is a DT for the Falcons.
"This is about No. 4. He's won two of the three," the Titans safety said.
The Babineaux brothers are close in more than just age, where they are 10 months apart. They have a media production company together that has generated...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Peyton Manning has yet to do more than watch from the sideline for Indianapolis. Rookie Blaine Gabbert is the starter in Jacksonville.
And now Matt Schaub is out, possibly for the season, in Houston.
That leaves veteran Matt Hasselbeck in Tennessee the last veteran starting at quarterback in the AFC South. Could that be the difference for the Titans in...
Tennessee Titans defensive end Dave Ball says he briefly considered retirement after his latest concussion two weeks ago against Cincinnati. Ball returned to practice Friday, but won't play against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday because of his third concussion the past two seasons. His season ended after 11 games last year due to a concussion.
Back in the saddle again. Player Game Analysis was something I tried a couple years ago, but haven't kept up with where I take an in-depth look at one player's play in a single game.The one player I wanted to take a detailed look at was rookie defensive tackle Karl Klug. I was skeptical of him when the Titans drafted him, especially because it seemed to be a repudiation of...
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The Texans sit atop their division, but don't tell that to Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck, who believes the battle for the AFC South is just getting started.