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According to Titans beat writer Terry McCormick, receiver Nate Washington (leg) has yet to practice this week, making him a huge risk to play on Sunday.Fantasy Spin:Washington (leg) and Kenny Britt (play count limit) could create a situation where rookie Kendall Wright and tight end Jared Cook lead the Titans receiving corps in Week 2. This will be a very fluid situation until game-time.
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The Tennessee Titans will get a star receiver back on Sunday but might be playing without another top one when they visit San Diego.
Kenny Britt, who sat out the season-opening 34-13 loss to New England because of a one-game suspension he received for an offseason arrest on suspicion of DWI, will return to action for the first time in almost exactly a year after suffering a season...
There is a bit of a controversy brewing here that shouldn't be overlooked because of the implications to the Titans. Nate Washington hasn't practiced this week and is officially listed as questionable with a calf injury but there are rumors that there was indeed no calf injury at all but a concussion.
THAT MIGHT NOT BE IT
Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson said he believes that the only reason he is so heavily criticized is the big contact he signed.
Jake Locker of Tennessee Titans has about as big of an arm as I’ve seen in the NFL. He will throw behind the defense, a defense that will be waiting for either him or Chris Johnson to run out of the backfield.
Locker is also one of the hardest working quarterbacks in the league. He is usually at the Titans facility late studying. Through film study, I’m sure he will see what...
Injuries are an ever present part of football on all levels, and while every player understands the risk they take by stepping onto the field, the price that Javon Ringer came close to paying is something that no athlete could ever expect.
After getting scratched on his elbow recently, an infection developed, and according to doctors treating him, the Titans running back very nearly...
Titans running back Chris Johnson knows the numbers look pretty bad.
The man nicknamed CJ2K for his 2,006-yard rushing season in 2009 started this season with just 11 carries for a career-worst 4 yards in a 34-13 loss to New England. As bad as last season was after his holdout for a contract extension, Johnson never ran for less than 13 yards in a game.
Johnson said Thursday he...
After a game in which he had four yards on eleven carries, Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson called his day “frustrating” (Credit: AP Photo)
After a let down of a season in 2011, the Titans and Chris Johnson himself were hoping he would turn back into his old self in 2012. After rushing for just four yards on eleven carries against the New England Patriots on Sunday...
Tennessee Titans @ San Diego ChargersThe Tennessee Titans (0-1) lost a game to the Patriots in Week 1, a game that left the team with even more questions than they had coming in. What happened to Chris Johnson bouncing back (11 rushes for 4 yards), will Nate Washington be able to play Week 2 and can Jake Locker play after each went down due to injury?Jake Locker dislocated his non...
I would like to start with Tom Brady's mental toughness. I will start with his time in Michigan where he challenged Brian Griese for the starting job. Griese got the start as he was the upperclassman.
A win is a win, but beating the Tennessee Titans soundly is no reason to start planning your postseason parties just yet writes Patriots Insider contributor Shane Leketa.
Three of New England's rookie defenders played a big role in Sunday's win over the Tennessee Titans.
Fantasy football owners that are stressing over injury reports in regards to whether or not their stud wide receivers Roddy White, Steve Smith, Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson will play during week two can breathe easy.
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