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In case you missed it: Columns from the cover32 universe to catch up on anything and everything from the Tennessee Titans this week along with national featured columns you may enjoy. Tennessee Titans - Tennessee Titans missed out on opportunity to take “the leap” in NFL Draft (READ) - I hate…the pessimism of Jake Locker (READ) - Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt provides no clarity on running back situation (READ) - Grade Day: Akeem Ayers gets an A+ for riding dinosaurs with lightsabers (READ) - Under Review: Did Tennessee pass the draft under Ken Whisenhunt? (READ) - Twitter Tuesday: Titans announce Mettenberger, Williamson signings (READ) - Quotable Monday: Zach Mettenberger was the No. 2 quarterback in the draft (READ) - Under Review: Breaking down Zach Mettenberger’s place on the Titans roster (READ)   You may also be interested in:Rewind: Pessimism of Locker, Mettenberger’s stock up and Sankey an every-down backTennessee Titans missed out on opportunity to take “the leap” in NFL DraftIs betting on the Tennessee Titans to win the Super Bowl one of the best value bets?

Can Taylor Lewan be a top-10 left tackle?

Taylor Lewan, the third-best rated tackle in the draft, plummeted to the Tennessee Titans at No. 11. Everything had to fall in the right place for Lewan to fall to Tennessee and it happened, so what next? Michael Roos and Michael Oher seem to have the left and right tackle positions respectively locked down. Lewan will have his shot during camp and throughout the regular season,...

Rookie RB Sankey prepping for lost time in Titans camp

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Rookie running back Bishop Sankey took a cram course on the Titans before returning to Washington to finish final exams. Because of NFL rules, the second-round draft pick can't fully join the Titans until final exams are finished in June, meaning the team's heir apparent to departed running back Chris Johnson will start his pro career behind fellow incoming...

National Rewind: Power Rankings grading the Tennessee Titans’ draft and more

Since you don’t have to work Monday, here are the best columns from the cover32 world this week to keep you entertained during your time off: National Columns • Top 10 in 2014: The best quarterbacks in the NFL today (READ) • Power Rankings: Rating the draft for each NFL team from 1-32. (READ) • Top 10 in 2014: The best running backs in the NFL today. (READ) • Ten best long...

Tennessee Titans missed out on opportunity to take “the leap” in NFL Draft

Much good can be said about the Tennessee Titans’ first draft under Ken Whisenhunt. Zach Mettenberger falling into their lap in the sixth round or having their pick of running backs in the second are huge positives. The one glaring fumble was taking Taylor Lewan in the first round. He might have been the best available, but does the best available always fit the most glaring hole...

Could Mettenberger Dethrone Locker

Mark Humphrey/Associated Press  Jake Locker has been uninspiring since he got on the set in Tennessee and last year was the worst.  He got injured once again, got outplayed by Ryan Fitzpatrick, when he took over.  He had one of the best offensive line units in the league, and he still couldn’t stand in the pocket and throw the football effectively.  With a new coach, a new...

Titans Preseason Countdown: #76 David Stewart

With only 76 days until the Tennessee Titans’ 2014 Preseason Kickoff, we continue our Preseason Countdown. Today, we look at the meanest and nastiest offensive lineman in recent Titans’ history: right tackle, “Big Country” David Stewart.“Big Country” did not earn his nickname for nothing, standing at 6’7”, 315 pounds. Stewart was born in Decatur, Alabama on August...

Titans Preseason Countdown: #78 Curley Culp

The countdown to the Tennessee Titans’ preseason kickoff nears us more with only 78 days until the two-toned blue steps on LP Field to take on the Green Bay Packers. Today we will continue our countdown with another Houston Oiler – Hall of Famer, Curley Culp. Curley Culp, born on March 10, 1946, grew up in Yuma, Arizona. He became a superstar as a football player and wrestler...

Titans sign draft choice Zach Mettenberger

The Tennessee Titans selected quarterback Zach Mettenberger in the sixth round (178th overall) of the draft earlier this month, and the LSU product is now officially in the fold after agreeing to a four-year contract with the team last week.#491415535 / gettyimages.comEarly speculation cited Mettenberger as a potential second-round pick, despite a torn left ACL that ended his 2013...
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