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For two seasons, safety Robert Johnson has barely been a blip on the Tennessee Titans depth chart.
The fifth-round draft pick from 2010 was on the roster all through his rookie season, but was inactive for all 16 games.
And when a new coaching regime came in last year with Mike Munchak as head coach and Jerry Gray as defensive coordinator, Johnson's chances of having a long-term role looked bleak. Not only was he stuck behind starters Michael Griffin and Chris Hope, but Tennessee brought in veterans Jordan Babineaux and Anthony Smith to help fortify depth at the position.
So it was no surprise that Johnson was let go in final cuts by the Titans last year, though he was re-signed to the practice squad and spent the majority of the time there. When Smith suffered an injury late in the year, it opened the door for Johnson to get back on the 53-man roster, and he managed to play in three games on special teams.
Now, with Hope and Smith both departed, Johnson's role has expan...
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The Tennessee Titans are taking in a giant sigh of relief as prized rookie wideout Kendall Wright's X-rays on his injured shoulder came back negative, according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean.
Wright escaped with a minor shoulder strain, with no structural damage and expects to be good to go for the start of training camp.
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According to Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com, a source has told him that Wright’s shoulder injury isn’t that serious. He’s still expected to miss next week’s minicamp.
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