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In this episode of The 303:30, presented by Brewhouse South, Jeremy and Codey discuss the Predators’ slow start, whether or not you should be concerned that Shea Weber has been held pointless through the first seven games and the impact of the loss of Patric Hornqvist means to the lineup.
They visit with Ryan Miller of Admirals Round Table and get the scoop on which prospects (if any) should get the call and they even visit with supreme Predators fan Brett Kern of the Tennessee Titans as he talks about his love for hockey and the Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday.
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The Titans were up and down this season, what can they do to improve?
Here is my first look at the NFL Draft. There are a lot of teams that need quarterbacks this year. The problem, there are not enough QB's in the draft.
I expect to see teams trying to trade down, will they have any takers?
1. Chiefs - Bjoern Warner, DE, Florida State
Chris Johnson was just being honest when he made his assessment of his team, but maybe he could have been gentler. Johnson, who is in New Orleans for the Super Bowl was asked if the Titans were close to getting to the Super Bowl, his answer was even harsher than the reality.
“We’re very, very, very far away,” Johnson said. “I can’t even see it. It’s like it’s in space...
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss is on fire this week. The media scrutiny of the Super Bowl will do that to anybody. And Moss has never been one to shy away from stating what is on his mind.
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean caught up with him in New Orleans and got probably more than he bargained by way of asking Moss to reflect on his days with the Titans in 2010.
Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson made an appearance on 104.5 The Zone Nashville and was asked whether the Titans have told him if they’re going to pick up his $9 million option that kicks in on the fifth day of the new league year.
“Um nah. Honestly throughout all this….throughout everything that’s been going on and all this talk I never have talked to anybody...
Randy Moss just keeps talking about anyone or anything that will keep him relevant. After saying the 49ers weren’t using him right, that he is the greatest receiver of all time not Jerry Rice, and today’s under the bus throw goes to the Tennessee Titans.
Moss claims the Titan blackballed him in 2010 after being claimed on waivers, but only playing a quarter of the season for...
Tennessee halfback Chris Johnson said that he hasn't been in touch with the team since the season ended.Fantasy Spin:Johnson mentioned this on a radio interview with 104.5 The Zone in Nashville while also acknowledging that the Titans might cut him in the offseason. Obviously Johnson, who has rushed for 1,000 yards in each of his first five NFL seasons, is a valuable part of...
The Tennessee Titans must really be desperate for receivers. The team currently employs Nate Washington and Kendall Wright and the troubled Kenny Britt. A corps to build on, but Britt shouldn't be there.
Britt has had nine brushes with the law since being drafted by the Titans in the first round in 2009. That would include his latest where he took a friend, who had been stabbed...
Before we start our round of positional analyses, I wanted to repeat a little exercise from last offseason, assessing each of the Titans' veteran free agent signings.
After an unexpectedly strong 9-7 showing in 2011, the Titans enjoyed the benefit of some stability. As coordinators Chris Palmer and Jerry Gray looked more fully implement their preferred schemes in a full offseason...