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Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Shaun Smith is getting flexible for an event benefiting his charity “91 ways.” — Shaun is set to guest teach two hot yoga classes today in downtown Nashville — Several of Shaun’s teammates should be in attendance to ‘take the class/make fun of him.’ — According to our insider, “Shaun has been going to yoga for years so this is a real thing. Though at 6’2″ 325lb Yoga isn’t the first word you would associate” You can check out Shaun on Twitter and Hot Yoga Plus on Facebook. -TO
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Titans defensive lineman Shaun Smith took some time off the field yesterday to teach hot yoga — I posted the flier yesterday, but today I have pics — The football star taught two classes at Hot Yoga Plus in Nashville and proceeds from the class went directly to his foundation called “91 Ways”, which helps inner-city youth and funds supplies for community...
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For me the answer is simple, start Locker. He was able to help lead the team after Hasselbeck got the Titans into losing situations...
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Since the Seahawks took him with the seventh overall pick in 2007, Steve Hutchinson has established himself as an elite offensive lineman, dominating the trenches in Seattle and Minnesota en route to seven All-Pro selections as one of the best guards of the last decade.
However, the 34-year-old has done so with a major condition completely unbeknownst to him.
While in Ann Arbor,...
On Wednesday night, Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson expressed his opinionon Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning being included in this year’s top 100 players.
Johnson doesn’t believe Manning should be included, since he didn’t even play a down of football in 2011, and I can’t disagree with him.
I thought NFL top 100 was a every year ranking...
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