Found February 17, 2012 on Total Titans:
After trimming the roster to 53 players in early September, the Tennessee Titans made the following changes to said roster: Donnie Avery was added to the roster; Quinn Johnson was cut; Kevin Malast was added to the roster; Robert Johnson was added to the roster; and Quinn Johnson was acquired off waivers. And how were those roster spots created? Respectively, Kenny Britt was placed on injured reserve; Ahamard Hall's four-game suspension ended; Barrett Ruud was placed on injured reserve; Anthony Smith was placed on injured reserve; and Javon Ringer was placed on injured reserve. Officially, the Titans made a couple more transactions than those ten, but they went 67 days from cutting Quinn Johnson after Hall returned to placing Ruud on IR without making a single roster move. On the flip side of the coin stands the New England Patriots. Take a look at their list of transactions from the just-concluded season. The longest they went in the regular season without ...
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