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The Tennessee Titans plan to host a visit for former Minnesota Vikings Pro Bowl guard Steve Hutchinson, per league sources according to Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter of ESPN. One goal of signing Hutchinson would be to make Tennessee even more appealing to Peyton Manning, who is close to the guard from the time they've spent together at multiple Pro Bowls in Hawaii. But Hutchinson also was on the Titans' radar even before the Manning pursuit began, as they want to beef up the interior line with a veteran leader. Hutchinson also is very close to Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, as well, from their days together in Seattle. Source: The Redzone
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Titans coach Mike Munchak is meeting with a potential free agent who's a hot target for Tennessee - guard Steve Hutchinson, not quarterback Peyton Manning.
Munchak left the Titans' headquarters just before noon Tuesday and headed to the Nashville airport to pick up Hutchinson. Munchak returned with the veteran guard within the hour and drove past reporters without speaking...
Randy Moss at his peak was a herculian type NFL wide receiver. The freakish deep threat out of Marshall ravaged the league’s defenders silly over a wildly successful and strange 13 year NFL career. But Moss is no young pup anymore, and at 35, and coming off of a 1 year retirement, does he still have the athleticism that made him one of the game’s elite? Without...
While the rest of the sports world was filling out brackets, Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams inserted himself into the news cycle by telling The Tennessean that he wants the Titans to sign Peyton Manning.
“He is the man I want. Period,” Adams said. “And the people that work for me understand that. They know who I want. I want Mr. Manning with the Titans and I will be disappointed...
Randy Moss is back in the NFL, this time with the San Francisco 49ers. He said he is ready to accept the challenge, still has a passion for football and has gotten a bad rap from “the worldwide sports media.”
The Minnesota Vikings reached an agreement with tight end John Carlson on a five-year, $25 million contract Wednesday.The 27-year-old missed the entire 2011 season due to a torn labrum he suffered in the preseason.Carlson caught 137 passes for 1,519 yards and 13 touchdowns in three seasons for the Seattle Seahawks.
Titans DL Jason Jones has visits set up with St Louis and Seattle Seahawks + other teams continuing to inquire
Born: May 23, 1986 - Southfield, MI
College: Eastern Michigan
Draft: 2008 - 2nd round (23rd pick) by the Tennessee Titans
In 2011 Jones played 14 games for the Titans. He had 18 solo tackles and 9 assists, 3 sacks...
Offensive guard Anthony Herrera is visiting with the Bears today according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
One of the more surprising moves this off-season was the Titans decision not to use their franchise tag on cornerback Cortland Finnegan, preferring instead of designate safety Michael Griffin, in an effort to save money and allow younger players to step up into Finnegan’s role.
Tennessee’s loss has now become St. Louis’ gain, as Alex Marvez of Fox Sports is reporting that...
According to Evan Silva of Rotoworld.com, ESPN’s Adam Schefter indicated on Sportscenter that the Tennessee Titans might make a run at defensive end/linebacker Mario Williams in free agency.
If the Titans are truly interested in signing Williams, they’ll certainly have the money to do so, since they’re currently $28 million under the salary cap.
Like most teams in the NFL,...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the San Francisco 49ers and free agent wide receiver Randy Moss have reached agreement on a one-year deal. Moss did work out for the 49ers at their facility Monday. Terrell Owens was not available for comment – he is reportedly sobbing because he can’t get a job.
It might have been more surreal if it were the Randy Moss of say 2004, but it wasn't. Yet it still was oddly compelling.The San Francisco 49ers brought the mercurial Moss in for a workout on Monday. The problem: No quarterback to throw to him.The solution, have former QB and current 'Niners coach Jim Harbaugh throw to him.Somebody must have been impressed.The reason: Moss...
The San Francisco 49ers and Randy Moss agree to a one year deal. Moss must of made an impression on Harbaugh who spent the day throwing passes to him. The real question around the stick is who is going to be throwing passes in San Francisco this year. Alex Smith told Kim Coyle of CBS-5 that he was working the details with the Niners to sign a new contract. But my question is that...
The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to terms on a contract extension with backup quarterback Sage Rosenfels, Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com reports. Terms were not disclosed. Claimed off waivers from the Miami Dolphins last December, the 34-year-old Rosenfels did not appear in a game for the Vikings, serving as a veteran backup behind 2011 first-round pick Christian Ponder. A blood infection...