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Tennessee Titans: RB Bishop Sankey Struggling To Stay Relevant

Third string running back Bishop Sankey is trying to fight his way up the depth chart after feeling frustrated with his decreasing playing time. The second year running back began the season as the starter and helped the team win against Tampa Bay with his 74 yards and two touchdowns. Since then, his overall effectiveness has dropped drastically. After his week one performance, Sankey...
November 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans coaches like Bishop Sankey’s development so far

Tonight Tennessee Titans rookie running back Bishop Sankey will make his NFL debut against the Green Bay Packers. It will be the first time that fans get to see how he can handle pro competition. Adjusting to the NFL level is hard enough for any first-year player, but Sankey had a slow start due to academic commitments at the University of Washington. But according to John Glennon...
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August 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Rewind: Tennessee Titans Camp Previews, Bishop Sankey legend continues

In case you missed it: Columns from the cover32 universe to catch up on anything and everything from the Tennessee Titans this week along with national featured columns you may enjoy. Tennessee Titans - Tennessee Titans Training Camp Preview: Quarterbacks (READ) - Quotable Monday: Bishop Sankey, Dexter McCluster solid fantasy football options (READ) - 5 Pro Bowl candidates for...
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July 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Rookie RB Sankey arrives at Titans camp

NASHVILLE -- Titans rooking running back Bishop Sankey has been a student twice over since becoming the team's second-round draft pick last month. On one hand, he's been carrying the Titans playbook on a team-issued iPad. On the other, he's got the textbooks needed to wrap up his junior year at Washington. Because of NFL rules, rookies can't join teams until their work for the current...
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June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans: Why to watch Bishop Sankey

The Tennessee Titans ended the longest-ever drought for a running back selection in the NFL Draft when they tabbed University of Washington product Bishop Sankey with the 54th overall pick. But can Sankey really prove to be the best rusher in the 2014 class? Let’s examine Sankey’s skill set to determine what kind of NFL player he’ll end up being. Sankey was the fourth-ranked...
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Rookie RB Sankey prepping for lost time in Titans camp

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Rookie running back Bishop Sankey took a cram course on the Titans before returning to Washington to finish final exams. Because of NFL rules, the second-round draft pick can't fully join the Titans until final exams are finished in June, meaning the team's heir apparent to departed running back Chris Johnson will start his pro career behind fellow incoming classmates...
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May 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Bishop Sankey early candidate for Rookie of the Year

The love fest of running back Bishop Sankey has continued Wednesday over at, where Gil Brandt believes the Tennessee Titans second-round pick is an early candidate for the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award. “I really liked Sankey as a college player and thought he projected well to the NFL. In fact, I like him better than I did Eddie Lacy at the same point of their...
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May 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans draft: Some answers, more questions

We’ve had a few days to digest how the Tennessee Titans handled the 2014 NFL Draft. They made two trades over the three days, but wound up with the same number of picks they had when the selection process started last Thursday. History will judge the Titans’ class of 2014 of course, but that doesn’t mean we can’t start judging it now. Here’s my take on the best pick, most...
May 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans draft earns B-minus

The Tennessee Titans didn’t have a ton of gaping holes to fill, but they did a nice job adding depth and looking to the future at offensive tackle, defensive tackle and defensive back. The player that should make an immediate impact is running back Bishop Sankey from the University of Washington because he is an instinctive, competitive and shifty low-to-the-ground runner. In addition...
May 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Bishop Sankey listed “plug-and-play starter” for Tennessee Titans

Tennessee’s group of selections could be considered a “value draft” of sorts, but the Titans made a splash when they took Bishop Sankey as the No. 54 overall pick. While he wasn’t a highly-touted name like Carlos Hyde or Tre Mason, Sankey is projected as one to 10 “plug-and-play starters” from’s Chris Wesseling: “3. Bishop Sankey, RB, Titans: The 54th spot...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

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