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According to NFL.com, Tennessee Titans general manager Ruston Webster has indicated that wide receiver Kenny Britt is recovering well after tearing his ACL and MCL this past season.
“The good thing about this injury, if there was a good thing, is it happened early. And he’s a very strong young man and bounces back pretty quickly from these things.”
Getting a healthy Britt back in 2012 will really help the Titans chances of getting back into the playoffs.
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The Sports Xchange reports that new Titans GM Ruston Webster said WR Kenny Britt, who suffered a torn ACL in September and had surgery in early October, should return in time for training camp in 2012. He said Britt appears to be a fast healer and is ahead of schedule in his recovery. "Kenny has been working hard and he's coming fast, probably even a little faster than I...
As first reported by Jim Wyatt, the Tennessee Titans announced today that they re-signed wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins to a multi-year contract. Hawkins was originally a fourth round pick of the Titans in 2008 and was scheduled to become a unrestricted free agent when the new league year begins on March 13. Terry McCormick added that the deal is for three years. Financial terms have...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins, making him their third pending free agent kept off the market.
The Titans announced Friday that Hawkins had agreed to a multi-year contract.
Hawkins is coming off his best season yet. A fourth-round pick in 2008 out of California, Hawkins played in 16 games with two starts, and...
We continue to take a look at the Tennessee Titans position by position and today will examine the status of the tackles. The Titans have a pretty simple and straightforward situation at the tackle positions. They have two established starters signed through the 2014 season but have questionable depth behind them. Fortunately, the starting tackles have been remarkably healthy...
The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on a contract extension with wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins, Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports. The Titans have confirmed the multi-year agreement, though financial details were not disclosed. A fourth-round pick out of Cal by the Titans in 2008, Hawkins caught 19 passes for 239 yards and zero touchdowns in 29 games over his first three...
The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins, making him their third pending free agent kept off the market. The Titans announced Friday that Hawkins had agreed to a multi-year contract. Hawkins is coming off his best season yet. A fourth-round pick in 2008 out of California, Hawkins played in 16 games with two starts, and he caught 47 passes for 470 yards with a...
The Tennessee Titans are back at work re-signing players who were slated to become free agents. Today’s news is that wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins has signed a multi-year deal with Tennessee. The contract was announced by the Titans, but terms were not disclosed. Hawkins, the Titans’ fourth-round pick in 2008, had 47 catches for 470…
The Tennessee Titans
have agreed to terms with wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins, making him their third
pending free agent kept off the market.
The Tennessee Titans signed wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins to a multi-year contract on Friday.
Time could be the Lions' ally if they hope to land Cortland Finnegan, one of this year's top free-agent cornerbacks.
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Mario Williams has recorded 241 total tackles, 53.0 sacks and 11 forced fumbles in 82 starts in the NFL. The star pass-rusher is expected to become a sizzling commodity in 2012 NFL Free Agency.
In what was considered a very questionable call, Williams was selected first overall in the 2006 NFL Draft just ahead of the likes of Vince Young and Reggie...
Mike Munchak helped the Titans move on from the Jeff Fisher era in his first season as coach. Steve Wyche tells us what Tennessee must do to remain in the playoff mix.