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Tennessee Titans starting right guard Jake Scott is questionable for Sunday's game against his old team, the Indianapolis Colts.
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With #1 WR Kenny Britt out for the year, the Titans are going to need some of their younger WRs to step up. Nate Washington is the current #1 WR for the Titans and he has caught 29 passes for 399 yards (13.8 avg) with 1 TD grab so far in 2011. The Titans really need Lavelle Hawkins and Damian Williams to step up this year. Hawkins has caught 14 passes for 133 yards (9.5 avg...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Over the last three weeks, the Tennessee Titans have gone from one of the surprises of the NFL, with a chance to take a commanding lead in the AFC South, to middle-of-the-pack status.
Such is life in the NFL. Entering Sunday's game against Indianapolis at LP Field, the Titans (3-3, 0-2) desperately need a win to avoid having their season go off the rails...
That 2,000-yard, 14-touchdown season by Titans running back Chris Johnson certainly feels a lot longer than two...
Matt Hasselbeck says his right thumb feels just fine, and he's played with much worse in the past. The Titans veteran quarterback didn't want to miss any of practice. Coach Mike Munchak said Thursday that's why team officials make decisions about injuries, not the players. Hasselbeck practiced fully Thursday after being limited Wednesday.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Matt Hasselbeck says his right thumb feels just fine, and he's played with much worse in the past. The Titans veteran quarterback didn't want to miss any of practice.
Adam ''Pacman'' Jones says his eagerness to play Sunday in Tennessee has nothing to do with what happened during his stormy three years as a Titan.
After a year away because of a neck injury, the Cincinnati Bengals cornerback and punt returner just wants to get on the field for an entire game.
The Bengals (5-2) will visit the place where Jones' career started...
With losses in their past two games by a 79-24 aggregate, the Tennessee Titans present a plump and welcome target.
Thanks for the memories, Seattle, but quarterback Matt Hasselbeck was ready to move on. The 13th-year pro, who took the Seahawks to Super Bowl XL after the 2005 season and was a three-time Pro Bowl selection, signed with Tennessee in the offseason. Time to trade in that Pearl Jam T-shirt for a Toby Keith-style cowboy hat and boots.