Posted March 16, 2012 on
NEW YORK — Devin and Jason McCourty never miss an opportunity to give back to the Rutgers community or work with former teammates. This week, that meant a trip to Brian Leonard’s “Rally at the Alley” benefit for children with cancer. Speaking with reporters, the McCourty twins discussed the rise in Rutgers players starring in the NFL and the Patriots vs. Titans game on the schedule this season.

Titans can sweeten deal for Manning

Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams said he plans to offer Peyton Manning a contract that would make the star quarterback a member of his franchise "for life." He actually can do it, too. has learned that kind of unusual arrangement isn't barred under NFL rules. It also could set a precedent for other franchises that might want to sweeten the pot when courting...

Report: Manning to work out for Titans

Peyton Manning will work out for the Tennessee Titans on Saturday morning, ahead of a reported Monday or Tuesday decision on his future. Manning -- a week shy of his 36th birthday -- will show the Titans his talents in a 10:45 a.m. workout at an unknown location, Jonathan Hutton from the Titans' flagship radio station WGFX tweeted. The timeline for a final decision on the much...

Tennessee Titans Trying To Sign Peyton Manning To A For Life Contract

 Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams reportedly told Houston's KHOU-TV that he has offered Peyton Manning a "For Life" contract -- which means Peyton will stay with the Titans FOREVER.Manning -- who was in Nashville on Wednesday -- met up with the Titans head coach Mike Munchak and other personnel.Adams said that Manning is well respected in the State of Tennessee...

Titans agree to terms with free agent, Hutchinson

The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with All-Pro guard Steve Hutchinson on a multi-year contract. Terms of the deal were not released. Hutchinson visited with the Titans on Tuesday, and he also visited Seattle where he started his career before reaching a deal with Tennessee on Thursday. Titans coach Mike Munchak said in a statement he always has liked Hutchinson and respected...

Titans happy with Peyton Manning’s work out

Tennessee Titans general manager Ruston Webster seems like he came away satisfied on Saturday after watching Peyton Manning work out in Knoxville, TN. Webster released a very brief statement. “This morning we traveled to Knoxville and had a workout with Peyton,” said Webster.  I thought he looked comfortable throwing the ball and we had a good visit. This is another important...

Cutcliffe: Peyton's throws at 'game pace'

Duke football coach David Cutcliffe says Peyton Manning is throwing at ''game pace'' and the Tennessee Titans could be next to see for themselves. After spending eight hours meeting with Tennessee executives on Wednesday, Manning is expected to work out for the Titans -- possibly as early as Saturday. Manning worked out at Duke for Denver on Friday and San Francisco...

Tennessee Titans sign G Steve Hutchinson

The Tennessee Titans today added an interior offensive lineman, signing Steve Hutchinson to what's reportedly a three-year, $16 million deal.Hutchinson, a former All-Pro, was released by the Vikings earlier this week heading into the final year of the seven-year, $49 million contract he signed with Minnesota. Hutchinson played his college ball at the University of Michigan and...

Hutchinson brought in for Manning?

Was the signing of veteran offensive lineman Steve Hutchinson by the Tennessee Titans simply another piece of the puzzle to convince Peyton Manning to sign with the team?

Peyton Manning to Choose Tennessee Titans?

Peyton Manning could be on the verge of choosing to play for the Tennessee Titans, according to multiple sources. While the Peyton watch seems likely to be down to the Titans or Denver Broncos, the signing of offensive lineman Steve Hutchinson by Tennessee appears to give them to current edge to land the former NFL MVP of the Indianapolis Colts. Hutchinson and Manning...

Titans come to terms with OG Hutchinson on 3-year deal

The Tennessee Titans agreed to a three-year contract with veteran left guard Steve Hutchinson. The deal is worth $16 million for Hutchinson, who was recently released by the Minnesota Vikings. The 34-year-old Hutchinson has been selected to seven Pro Bowls and started every game in nine of his last 11 seasons. However, his last two seasons have been cut short by a thumb injury and concussion.

Titans owner Adams offers Manning contract 'for life'

Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams hasn't been shy about his desire to have veteran quarterback Peyton Manning play for his team this season. In fact, the 89-year-old Adams told KHOU Channel 11 that he offered Manning a contract "for life." The deal also includes an opportunity for Manning to be part of the Titans organization after his playing career has come to an...

Seahawks sign DE Jason Jones

According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the Seattle Seahawks signed defensive end Jason Jones to a one-year deal. The 25 year-old Jones has played the previous four seasons with the Titans and recorded 27 tackles and 3 sacks in 2011.  

Jason Jones Signs

By landing former Titans defensive lineman Jason Jones, Seahawks have finally signed a free agent who wasn't on the roster last season.  Jones has experience at both defensive end and tackle, and there's a good chance he'll compete with Alan Branch for the starting 3-tech position.  Branch is strong against the run, but doesn't find his way into the backfield very...
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