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Tennessee Titans wide receiver Nate Washington took issue with New Orleans safety Roman Harper after the latter saved a touchdown by using the facemask to tackle Damian Williams on Sunday.
Williams reeled in a 54-yard reception from rookie Jake Locker before Harper dragged him down by the facemask. Washington claimed that Harper added a strike with his knee after the tackle.
"Honestly, he's a dirty player. I've been watching him. We watched film on him. He's dirty, and I don't appreciate it,” Washington told the team's website.
"I'm going to step out in public and say it – he's dirty. That was dirty, what he did. It was unfortunate that he grabbed the facemask. And at the same time, you don't walk over a guy and nudge him with your knee. You don't do that. That's dirty. Honestly, that's a dirty player. This is not just one game. He's been doing it all season. I'm tired of it. I hope the league does something about it.&...
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During the Titans 22-17 loss to the Saints on Sunday, receiver Nate Washington had a scary moment. At the end of a 54-yard catch-and-run Saints safety Roman Harper grabbed Washington’s face mask and dragged him to the ground, jerking his head back in a frightening motion. Harper was flagged for a 15-yard penalty on the [...]
Wide receiver Nate Washington is active for Tennessee, according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean.
Washington may be bothered by his ankle, but looks to see a good number of targets while Tennessee tries to keep up with Drew Brees and the Saints.
The Tennessee Titans are claiming someone one the Saints sideline blew a whistle loud enough for Titans players to hear during the game.
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NASHVILLE -- Jake Locker knows he should have thrown the ball away or given a teammate a chance to make a play. Instead, the rookie wound up sacked on the final play with the ball in his hand. Saints 22, Titans 17
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The Tennessee Titans are not happy campers this morning.
In addition to losing starting quarterback Matt Hasselback to a leg injury during the teams 22-17 loss to the New Orleans Saints, the Titans believe someone on the Saints’ sideline was … [visit site to read more]
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Five picks against the number, that's what we do here. Let's get to the Week 14 card.
Titans +3.5 vs. Saints: The Sean Payton offense is a pinball machine at home, undefeated and untouchable, but these guys don't always travel well. The Saints somehow lost on the road to St. Louis and Tampa Bay, and Drew Brees has been ordinary away from the dome (his QB rating drops...
Drew Brees had plenty of time to reflect on his missed chances to score as he watched the Tennessee Titans nearly rally past his New Orleans Saints.