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After six seasons with the Tennessee Titans, could cornerback Cortland Finnegan's time with the Titans be coming to an end? From the sounds of it that very well could be the case. And if he hits the open market, he certainly would be an upgrade for any team in need of improvements in the secondary.
And since the Bengals will be looking for additions in the secondary, it would be safe to assume that at the very least, they would consider signing Finnegan to play opposite of Leon Hall. Of course that's if Finnegan hits the open market.
As of Monday the Titans have not made any contract offers to the soon-to-be free agent.
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With free agency approaching next month, I thought it would be a good idea to look back at the veteran players the Titans added in free agency in 2011, and see how their signings ended up working out.Looking to move on from a 6-10 season, the Titans entered free agency with some clear needs. Though they drafted Jake Locker in the first round, the lockout meant Locker was unlikely...
Coming off a disappointing 9-7 season that left them on the outside looking into the playoffs, the Titans have made clear their desire to have a quarterback competition during training camp this summer to determine who will be the starter in 2012.
Last year, the Titans spent much of the season with veteran Matt Hasselbeck under center while rookie quarterback Jake Locker watched...
It’d been 2008 since the Tennessee Titans had a winning record when Mike Munchak replaced Jeff fisher as head coach following the 2010 season. Expectations were low, but Tennessee produced nine wins despite the underperformance of running back Chris Johnson and some key injuries.
Also promising was the play of rookie quarterback Jake Locker. He sat most of the season behind Matt...
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The best quarterback will play in Tennessee next year, even if it’s Jake Locker. That was the message sent loud and clear Thursday here at the Scouting Combine by Titans G.M. Ruston Webster and coach Mike Munchak. Both men called the quarterback position an “open competition” for next year. The news is not a surprise,…
Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan is due to become a free agent. Lions coach Jim Schwartz used to be the be Titans’ defensive coordinator. And so it’s obvious to connect Cortland to Schwartz. Schwartz didn’t rule out the possibility on Thursday at the Scouting Combine. Walking like a Wallenda on the tampering tightrope, Schwartz didn’t say…
During the season, I wrote about how the Titans fared on offense and defense based on starting field position. Now that the year is over, it's time to take a look at the final numbers.For ease of comparison, let's look at offense and defense side by side. Chart? Chart.
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Will Jason Jones remain a Titan in 2012?
Two years ago, defensive end was the biggest offseason need for the Tennessee Titans and they used their first-round draft pick, the sixteenth overall, to select DE Derrick Morgan. Problem solved, right? Well, no. Fast forward two years and defensive end is arguably the biggest need once again, so we're right...
Receiver Randy Moss took to Ustream 10 days ago to announce his first annual unretirement. Moss then popped up again multiple times on what he has dubbed “Moss TV” before taking a vacation in the Bahamas with former teammates Vince Wilfork and Kevin Faulk, and their families. He’s now back from the Bahamas, and he…
New St. Louis coach Jeff Fisher might be willing to pick up receiver Randy Moss.
It's unlikely the Lions will be able to afford cornerback Cortland Finnegan if he hits the free-agent market next month, but that didn't stop questions about Finnegan coming Jim Schwartz's way at the NFL combine Thursday.