Posted March 15, 2012 on
BEST OF MAXIM
Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams said he plans to offer Peyton Manning a contract that would make the star quarterback a member of his franchise "for life."
He actually can do it, too.
FOXSports.com has learned that kind of unusual arrangement isn't barred under NFL rules. It also could set a precedent for other franchises that might want to sweeten the pot when courting...
A group of Tennessee Titans executives have returned to Nashville with Peyton Manning for a meeting with the free agent on the team's home turf.
Coach Mike Munchak, general manager Ruston Webster and chief operating officer Mike Reinfeldt landed Wednesday afternoon at Nashville International - not John C. Tune airport as indicated on a flight plan - after flying into Raleigh...
NEW YORK — Devin and Jason McCourty never miss an opportunity to give back to the Rutgers community or work with former teammates. This week, that meant a trip to Brian Leonard’s “Rally at the Alley” benefit for children with cancer. Speaking with reporters, the McCourty twins discussed the rise in Rutgers players starring in the NFL and the Patriots vs. Titans game on the...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Titans coach Mike Munchak, general manager Ruston Webster and owner Bud Adams' Chief Operating Officer in Tennessee have picked up Peyton Manning at the Raleigh-Durham airport and according to a new flight plan they're headed back to Nashville.
Manning arrived at the airport riding in the backseat of black Escalade at 1:53 p.m. EDT.
Peyton Manning attends a press conference announcing Manning's release from the Colts at Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center on March 7, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Joey Foley/Getty Images)
This Peyton Manning sweepstakes is getting a little desperate.
First, Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller (half-facetiously) offered to play for free to get Manning in Denver. Now, Tennessee...
Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams reportedly told Houston's KHOU-TV that he has offered Peyton Manning a "For Life" contract -- which means Peyton will stay with the Titans FOREVER.Manning -- who was in Nashville on Wednesday -- met up with the Titans head coach Mike Munchak and other personnel.Adams said that Manning is well respected in the State of Tennessee...
The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with All-Pro guard Steve Hutchinson on a multi-year contract.
Terms of the deal were not released.
Hutchinson visited with the Titans on Tuesday, and he also visited Seattle where he started his career before reaching a deal with Tennessee on Thursday.
Titans coach Mike Munchak said in a statement he always has liked Hutchinson and respected...
The Tennessee Titans today added an interior offensive lineman, signing Steve Hutchinson to what's reportedly a three-year, $16 million deal.Hutchinson, a former All-Pro, was released by the Vikings earlier this week heading into the final year of the seven-year, $49 million contract he signed with Minnesota. Hutchinson played his college ball at the University of Michigan and...
GOT HIS BACK
Was the signing of veteran offensive lineman Steve Hutchinson by the Tennessee Titans simply another piece of the puzzle to convince Peyton Manning to sign with the team?
Peyton Manning appears to have entered the home stretch of his search for a new landing spot.
The four-time MVP quarterback will meet with Titans owner Bud Adams, coach Mike Munchak and several other club officials Wednesday at an undisclosed location amid reports he has narrowed his choices to the Broncos and Tennessee.
Manning has also visited the Cardinals and met with the Dolphins...
The Tennessee Titans agreed to a three-year contract with veteran left guard Steve Hutchinson.
The deal is worth $16 million for Hutchinson, who was recently released by the Minnesota Vikings.
The 34-year-old Hutchinson has been selected to seven Pro Bowls and started every game in nine of his last 11 seasons.
However, his last two seasons have been cut short by a thumb injury and concussion.
Peyton Manning met with officials of the Tennessee Titans for nearly seven hours Wednesday.
The Titans are the fourth team that Manning has met with following his release by the Indianapolis Colts.
Tennessee coach Mike Munchak, general manager Ruston Webster and chief operating officer Mike Reinfeldt were among those who met with the four-time NFL MVP.
NFL.com reported that Titans...
By BOB BAUM
AP Sports Writer
PHOENIX -- Offensive guard Jake Scott has made the Arizona Cardinals the first team to visit as a free agent.
Scott met with Cardinals officials and coaches on Wednesday as the team waits for Peyton Manning to decide his destination.
Scott, if he signed with Arizona, would replace Rex Hadnot at right guard, with Hadnot becoming a backup at several...