Found March 30, 2012 on
As Andrew noted, it's been a quiet time for the Titans of late. They haven't added a player since signing Kamerion Wimbley ten days ago, and don't seem to have been particularly close to any either. There have been Asante Samuel trade rumors flying, but I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt in assuming Jim Wyatt is right and they're not giving up a third-round pick for a player who's already probably somewhat overpaid.We are less than a month until the draft, though, so it's time to turn our focus to players who didn't play in the NFL in 2011. To sort of set the groundwork, I thought it would be a useful exercise to look at some broad-scale trends in drafting by the Titans. For instance, here's what they did the last five years of the Floyd Reese era:
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After tearing his ACL early in the 2011 season, Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt believe he’ll be back and better than ever for the 2012 season.
“I guarantee I will be back and better than I’ve ever been before,” Britt said, per the Tennessean. “With all the work I have been putting in, I will be 110 percent better than before. This has not been a setback if you...
Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel reportedly is willing to restructure his contract in order to be traded, and he may be going to Tennessee.
It looks like the reason the Tennessee Titans aren’t as interested in trading for Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel as people had thought, is because they aren’t willing to give up a third round pick in exchange for him.
According to Peter King of SI.com, the only way the Titans will trade for Samuel is if the asking price is a fourth round pick or less.
According to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, the Tennessee Titans aren’t on the verge of trading for Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel despite last night’s report that a deal could get done within the next few days.
Wyatt stated that the Titans won’t give up a conditional third-round pick for Samuel and that he doubts they’ll end up making a deal for him.
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Reggie McKenzie and the cap-strapped Oakland Raiders have their hands full as they work slowly but surely during the offseason to improve the roster with little cap room and add much-needed discipline to restore the regime.
After Kamerion Wimbley took his talents to the Tennessee Titans and Manny Lawson re-signed with the Cincinnati Bengals, the Raiders...