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Randy Moss will meet with at least one team next week. [Pro Football Talk]
A league source tells PFT that Moss will begin visiting with potential suitors next week. He’s due to meet with at least one team.
It’s unclear whether the visits will include Moss showing off his supposed 4.3 speed. It’s hard to imagine anyone signing him unless he does.
Could that mystery team be the Eagles? It's a long shot, but anything is possible.
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According to reports, the 35-year-old Randy Moss will set in motion his NFL comeback by meeting with "at least" one team next week.
Randy Moss has made it perfectly clear that he just wants to play football, so the only question has been whether an NFL team will give the 35-year-old receiver a shot. Well, it appears at least one team is willing to entertain the idea. Moss is expected to begin meeting with potential suitors next week, according to Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio, and he's reportedly due...
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After a disappointing 2011 season, Chris Johnson guaranteed on his Twitter account Saturday that he is going to lead the NFL in rushing again next year.
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, free agent wide receiver Randy Moss will begin visiting NFL teams next week.
Moss is free to sign with any team he’d like at this point.
No one knows which teams Moss might visit next week or what kind of workout he may do But I’m sure the main things teams will look at, is his speed and quickness, since that’s what helps...
Despite a report from earlier today that the Tennessee Titans were going to place the franchise tag on cornerback Cortland Finnegan, ESPN’s Adam Schefter has now reported that the Titans won’t tag Finnegan and he’ll become a free agent.
I’m not surprised that Finnegan won’t be tagged, because I got the feeling the Titans weren’t interested in keeping him around any longer...
It’s no secret that most professional athletes are goal-oriented individuals. On Saturday, Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson took to Twitter and announced his goal to the world for the upcoming 2012 NFL Season—to lead the league in rushing.
Johnson is no stranger to setting some fairly sky-scraping annual expectations for himself. Prior to last season, he set a...
Up next in our series of Tennessee Titans offseason positional analyses is the middle linebacker position. During last year's lockout-induced/abbreviated free agency signing period, the Titans allowed Stephen Tulloch to leave while reeling in former Buc Barrett Ruud as his replacement. Thankfully, Ruud was inked to only a one-year deal, courtesy of injuries and poor play that...
The Bengals have a need at safety. That need could be growing if they cannot get a deal done with Reggie Nelson, who is amongst their top priorities to re-sign. According to Jim Wyatt, the Tennessee Titans beat writer for The Tennessean, The Titans may have interest in Nelson if they do not put the franchise tag on Michael Griffin. Wyatt includes in his tweet that Griffin and the...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Tennessee Titans will likely place their franchise tag on safety Michael Griffin.
Griffin might be one of the most underrated safeties in the NFL, with his ability to come up in run support and still be an effective player in pass coverage.
The 27 year-old Griffin recorded 75 tackles, 1 forced fumble and 2 interceptions in 2011.
The Tennessee Titans are in the same proverbial boat as a number of other NFL teams - they need a difference-maker who can rush the passer consistently.
Tennessee finished 31st in sacks last season, a statistic that certainly cannot be downplayed by any stretch of the imagination.
In the years when the Titans have been at their best, there has been at least one game-changer and...