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Jared Cook has formally requested that the Tennessee Titans trade him prior to the newly pushed back 2012 NFL Trade Deadline, which is now scheduled for Thursday. The third year tight end out of the University of South Carolina is unhappy about what he perceives is a lack of playing time, and would like the Titans to trade him within the next few days.
Unfortunately for Cook, however, any such deal appears unlikely to happen.
Cook appeared poised to take that next big step forward in 2012, as many felt that his role would expand with Jake Locker under center in what was expected to be his first full season as the Titans’ starting quarterback. That experiment has not gone well, with Locker getting hurt and still being a week or two away from being able to return. Of course, the Titans will have a decision to make, as Matt Hasselbeck has performed well in his absence.
But truth be told, whichever quarterback is under center has not really gotten the ball to Cook this season. Part of i...
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The trade deadline has been pushed back until Thursday, but you can now add a new name to list of potential players being dealt.
CBS Sports is reporting that Tennessee Titans tight end Jared Cook has made his feelings known to the organization that he wants to be dealt.
Cook and his agent declined to comment on the report.
Cook is a third round pick, drafted out of South...
Left tackle Michael Roos is practicing again and definitely wants back on the field Sunday. The shape the Tennessee offensive line is in, the Titans certainly need him Sunday with the Chicago Bears visiting.
Four of the five starting offensive linemen are on the injury report as the Titans (3-5) prepare to host Chicago (6-1). Left guard Steve Hutchinson is the only lineman not listed...
Tennessee Titans coach Mike Munchak confirmed on Monday that Matt Hasselbeck will be the team's starting quarterback for at least one more game. Jake Locker still has not recovered sufficiently from an injury to his left (non-throwing) shoulder he suffered in Week 4. As a result, Hasselbeck will make his fifth start of the season on Sunday against the Bears. Hasselbeck is...
Titans receiver Kenny Britt will have another MRI on his surgically-repaired knee, but isn't expected to miss any playing times, just practice time.Fantasy Spin:Britt has plenty of talent, but he hasn't been completely healthy at any time this season and it shows in his production. Rookie Kendall Wright and Nate Washington are better options.
The NFL this year is tracking player participation on a weekly basis and reporting that information to the media. Per the NFL, here's how often which Titans played against the Colts.
Offense (59 total)
QB: Matt Hasselbeck 59
RB/FB: Chris Johnson 51, Quinn Johnson 25, Jamie Harper 4, Darius Reynaud 2
TE: Craig Stevens 42, Jared Cook 25, Taylor Thompson 16
Last week: 25 (-3)
The Titans were overrated going into their overtime loss to the Colts last week. Despite their 3-4 record, they had the league’s worst points differential, winning 3 games by a combined 7 points and losing 4 by a combined 96 points. That’s continued into this week as they are now a league worst -95. They also rank 28th in yards per play differential...
Titans head coach Mike Munchak told reporters on Monday that Matt Hasselbeck will be their starting quarterback for Week 9′s game against the Chicago Bears, per Jim Wyatt.
Munchak added that Jake Locker hasn’t received clearance from their medical staff, per Jim Wyatt.
While the Titans lost in overtime to the Colts, Hasselbeck has been pretty effective in relief of Locker...
Injured Tennessee quarterback Jake Locker won't be available for this week's game against the Bears.Fantasy Spin:Matt Hasselbeck will continue to take Locker's place under center. Locker seems to be making progress in his recovery from a separated shoulder and could be ready to go after the Titans' bye week.
According to Terry McCormick of TitanInsider, Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Munchak has confirmed that quarterback Jake Locker has a fracture in his left non-throwing shoulder. With this news, there … Continue reading »
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Sitting at 3-5 after the first eight weeks of the season, the Tennessee Titans have had an up and down year offensively.
Former first-round pick Jake Locker was expected to be the team’s long term starter, but following an injury on September 30th against the Houston Texans, he still has not been cleared to return, forcing veteran Matt Hasselbeck into the starting role.
10:30 a.m.: By the way, don't hold your breath on any sort of blockbuster deals at the deadline, like we see in every other sport.
If you think back to last year, it was quarterback Carson Palmer who was traded to Oakland in one of the biggest deadline deals in league history. And the Bengals didn't have much of a choice, either, considering Palmer was "retired"...