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Kenny Britt hasn’t played up to his full potential and continues to struggle off the field, but an “elite” former teammate still believes he can recover.
Although Randy Moss only spent six months in Tennessee with Britt, Moss was very impressed by what he saw.
“I can’t really speak about it because I have been into trouble off the field myself,” Moss said, via Jim...
Looking back through the history of the NFL you can find teams that went from last place to the playoffs. Several teams have made moves through free agency and the draft that turned their team into a contender. Maybe the Titans can become part of that history or maybe they creep back up to mediocrity? One way or the other this team will be better.
Solid drafting for the past two...
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt is a freak of nature, and has been compared to Randy Moss in terms of his athletic ability.
Moss spent a half season as a teammate with Britt and says he’s impressed by what he saw. Moss was asked about Britt’s potential, and how it coincides with his off the field trouble.
Moss refused to comment on his off-field troubles, but per Pro...
Next up on our trip around the Tennessee Titans position by position by position as we head into the 2013 offseason is a look at the running back position.
I admit it. Normally, I follow a very standard schedule when I do these positional analyses. Quarterback comes first, then running back, and so on. I started with quarterbacks this offseason, though, then didn't follow...
STANDING IN THE WAY
Randy Moss and Ray Rice are in agreement about Kenny Britt. They think the Titans wide receiver could be elite if he gets things straight.
We told you earlier in the week how Gregg Williams was simultaneously reinstated by the national football league and hired by the Tennessee Titans. But that's not entirely true, is it? It seems quite clear that the real Gregg Williams never did make it back from his backpacking expedition through the "remote villages of rural Northern Thailand." More »
I thought today I'd take a brief break from our series of positional analyses to look at a broader issue of how teams build a roster.
I wrote about this at Football Outsiders, but in the NFL, there are, more or less, five ways you can acquire a player:
a. Draft them. Drafted players are subject to team control at a relatively modest price for four years (five for first...
Randy Moss has never been shy to speak his mind when an opportunity presented itself. And if there’s one topic he’s well versed it, it’s wide receivers overcoming personal, off-the-field issues to have Hall of Fame careers. This week, while speaking with Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, Moss took another opportunity to have his voice heard. This time, he was speaking on another...