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The Titans have had conversations with linebacker Patrick Bailey about a long-term contract, according to his agent Dr. D.S. Ping. I am always optimistic, Ping said. Tennessee is a team that likes to take care of its ball players, and Patrick is happy with Tennessee. Well see. The Titans have also discussed a multiyear contract for linebacker Tim Shaw, who was special teams captain in 2011, and defensive lineman Jason Jones. The Titans have already signed tight end Craig Stevens, wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins and tackle Mike Otto to multiyear deals since the end of the season. Bailey, Shaw and Jones can become unrestricted free agents on March 13. Source: The Tennessean
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We continue our position by position analysis of the Titans with a look now at the running backs.I was tempted to abide by the saying, "if you can't say anything good about someone, then don't say anything at all." However, if I had followed that advice, then this...
It was considered “doubtful” to transpire even seven months ago, and absolutely nothing has changed since — there won’t be a second tour of duty for Randy Moss in New England.
The Boston Globe reports the “feeling” around the organization is that the “ship has sailed” on a possible Moss-Patriots reunion.
Moss, who announced on Monday his intentions to return to the...
Tennessee Titans safety Michael Griffin, who is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent on March 13, says he doesn't have any major qualms if the organization applied the franchise tag to him. It is not certain the team will use the tag on any player, but the Titans are considering Griffin as a possibility at $6.2 million, and according to what the safety told Nashville...
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports the Titans and safety Jordan Babineauxs agent have had fairly meaningful discussions and dialogue about a long-term deal, according to agent J.R. Rickert. Because the Titans took advantage of a league rule that lowered Babineauxs cap number in 2011, however, the team cant sign him before the March 13 start of free agency like theyve...
According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean, no progress has been made between the Titans and cornerback Cortland Finnegan, even though both sides talked on Friday.
Right now it continues to look like Finnegan will become an unrestricted free agent on March 13th and have the opportunity to test the open market.
According to Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Glode, the feeling in the New England area is that the Patriots aren’t interested in bringing free agent Randy Moss back for next season.
Even though the Patriots need a vertical threat at the wide receiver position, they need to fill that void through the draft or by signing a free agent that isn’t past his prime.
Before last season, the Titans offered cornerback Cortland Finnegan a contract worth roughly $28 million over four years. Finnegan’s camp wanted a deal greater than Johnathan Joseph’s five-year, $48.75 million deal. One solid season by Finnegan later, the two sides don’t appear any closer to a deal. The Titans and Finnegan’s agent Terry Watson spoke…
Warren Sapp and Heath Evans are both former teammates of Randy Moss, and both men see significant challenges standing in the way of a return to the NFL for the mercurial receiver.