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Earlier this offseason it was reported that the Tennessee Titans were planning on trading wide receiver Nate Washington.
According to Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com, Titans’ general manager Ruston Webster told the media that they don’t plan on trading Washington.
Either Webster is lying, or the Titans haven’t found a trade partner yet.
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