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Free-agent guard Jake Scott, who is still looking for a team after starting every game for the Titans over the past four seasons, had a busy week according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean. He visited the Lions, Dolphins (for the second time) and Ravens. The Titans decided against re-signing Scott and signed veteran Steve Hutchinson to play left guard. Scott, a ninth-year pro, played four years for the Colts before joining the Titans. Source: The Redzone
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In my last post, I mentioned the possibility of Titans OC Chris Palmer using the Run and Shoot offense (Titans Online article here, Palmer video here.) If the Titans will use the Run and Shoot on occasion, I thought this would be a good time to write a little about it. We know it's a one-RB, four-WR offense, but what else is there to it? Just what exactly is the R&S and...
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