Found March 24, 2014 on cover32 - Titans:
The Tennessee Titans did little to bolster the defensive line in free agency thus far. Aside from signing Al Woods, Antonio Johnson and a re-signing a few guys, Tennessee hasn’t quite made the defensive splash they were expected to. With the NFL Draft approaching, could the Titans target one of Buck Stanton’s top 10 defensive tackles? You may also be interested in:Defensive tackle could be key position drafted by Tennessee TitansTennessee Titans Weekly Rewind: Getting younger and spreading the offenseNational Rewind: DEs for the Tennessee Titans, power ranking uniforms, more
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