Posted August 27, 2012 on AP on Fox
The Tennessee Titans look as though they have a competition going on at safety opposite Michael Griffin. Getting an answer proves a little more challenging. Jordan Babineaux isn't sure if he remains a starter. Robert Johnson believes he will play this season simply because of all the passing teams they are scheduled to face. Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray says Babineaux will start this season alongside Griffin. Gray says Johnson will start, too, depending on matchups. Most of the focus this preseason was on Tennessee's quarterback competition. Turns out the tightest battle might have been at safety going to the fourth preseason game Thursday night against the New Orleans Saints. Babineaux is listed as the probable starter for the game, though Johnson has started the last two.

Titans take Britt off PUP, is discipline next?

The Tennessee Titans announced on Tuesday evening that embattled wide receiver Kenny Britt was taken off the physically unable to perform list and will join the active roster on Wednesday. The news release also said that Britt, whose season was ended early last season because of a knee injury, would not play in the teams final preseason game on Thursday against the New Orleans Saints...

The curious case of the Tennessee Titans’ offense

The Tennessee Titans have had a very middle of the pack offense in each of the last 2 seasons, ranking 17th by scoring 22.3 points per game in 2010, and 21th by scoring 20.3 points per game in 2011. However, they have the potential to be a top-10 offense in 2012. The reason for this is their playmakers. Once known as a conservative team that didn’t use high picks on offensive playmakers...

Titans release 11 to get down to 75-man limit

Facing a reduction in the roster limit from 90 to 75 by tomorrow afternoon, the Tennessee Titans announced today they released the following players:P/K Will Batson, OL George Bias, WR Chase Deadder, RB Herb Donaldson, WR LaQuinton Evans, WR Marcus Harris, TE Joey Haynos, OL Jonathan Palmer, S Christian Scott, QB Nick Stephens, and OL William Vlachos.In addition to releasing those...

Titans remove WR Britt from PUP list

The Tennessee Titans have removed receiver Kenny Britt from the physically unable to perform list, though he will not play Thursday night in the team's preseason finale against New Orleans. Coach Mike Munchak said after practice Tuesday they were close to activating Britt, and the team announced the move 3 three hours later. Britt will join the active roster Wednesday, allowing...

2012 NFL Preview: AFC South

    With just a couple short weeks until the opening kickoff of the 2012 NFL season, it’s finally time to make my official predictions, knowing full well they will be shot to pieces faster than Carson Palmer can throw 10 INT’s. Still, gotta fill the time somehow, right?     In case you missed them, here are the divisions we’ve already previewed:   ...

Titans Trim Roster to Get Down to 75 Players

The Tennessee Titans made a handful of roster moves on Sunday in preparation for roster-sizes being cut down to 75 players. Among the moves made, wide receiver Marc Mariani was placed on injured reserve after breaking his leg, making him ineligible to return to the team in the upcoming season. To get down to the roster limit, the Titans also released 11 players (listed below). QB...

Kenny Britt Activated From PUP List

According to the Associated Press, the Titans have removed receiver Kenny Britt (knee) from the PUP list.Fantasy Spin:Britt won't play Thursday in the team's final preseason game, but he can take part in practice starting Wednesday. The Titans' receiver, who has had three knee surgeries since last September, may also face a suspension from the NFL for a DUI arrest in...

Kenny Britt expected to activated soon

Getty According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean, Titans head coach Mike Munchak has indicated that wide receiver Kenny Britt is expected to be activated from the PUP list soon. Titans WR Kenny Britt is expected to come off PUP in the next few days, Munchak said — Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) August 28, 2012 The Titans are still waiting to hear from the NFL to find out if Britt will...

Titans activate Britt

Wide receiver Kenny Britt passed his physical and was activated from the physically unable to perform list, the Titans announced. Britt tore his ACL and MCL last September and has since undergone three knee surgeries. He will not play in the team's preseason finale against New Orleans on Thursday and can't practice for three days, per the collective bargaining agreement...

Fantasy Football 2012: Breaking Down the Tennessee Titans

What can the Tennessee Titans do for you this fantasy season? Check out Athlon Sports' team report as we break down the rookies, veteran players to...

NFL Patellar Tendon Ruptures

This has been the week of the patellar tendon tear in the NFL. Gerald McRath, a Tennessee Titans’ linebacker who had missed some playing time at the close of last season in part due to knee pain, is set for surgery to repair the partially torn left patellar tendon that has continued to hamper him. He is expected to be out for the year. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost right guard Davin...

AFC South: The Tennessee Titans time to shine?

The Tennessee Titans are coming off an impressive 2011 campaign that saw them exceed expectations and finish 9-7 with only a New York Jets victory away from the playoffs.  The 2012 season is seeing similar pessimism from those outside the Titan fan base, where there is optimism in the air, as there were last year with question marks surrounding the quarterback position, running...
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