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Tennessee Titans: Exclusive Interview with Punter Brett Kern

Tennessee Titans punter Brett Kern was gracious enough to answer a few questions over Twitter from me on Sunday. Kern has been with the Titans since their long term punter Craig Hentrich left Nashville. Not only did Kern give good insight on the punter position from his point of view, but he also had a comment on why the Titans may be better in 2014 than 2013. Here is my chat with...
Via Standing O Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans: final offseason move that needs to be made

The Tennessee Titans have been in talks with defensive lineman Jurell Casey regarding a contract extension, but nothing is imminent. Unsolicited word of advice: Get it done – now. According to http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/tennessee-titans/, Casey signed a four-year, $2.7 million contract. His guaranteed salary per year  is $617,436. His average salary per year is $683,109. Casey...
Via isportsweb.com
June 22, 2014  |  Discuss

The arm wrestling punter story is a fake – what can we believe now?

It’s been established that nothing is sacred anymore, but is anything real? That’s the question on our mind after reviewing the story of Charlie Whitehurst vs. Brett Kern. See, a week ago, Whitehurst, who signed with the Titans this offseason, wrote on Twitter and Instagram that he had lost an arm-wrestling match with punter Brett Kern for the right to wear No. 6. Arm-wrestled...
Via Awful Announcing
June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans QB admits he lied about losing number to punter

Tennessee Titans quarterback Charlie Whitehurst cleared the air about a false Instagram post he made last week about losing the No. 6 to punter Brett Kern over an arm wrestling contest. Whitehurst alleges the post was simply for kicks and giggles and didn't believe people would actually take him seriously."That was kind of my first real experience with that whole...Twitter...
Via Bush League Chronicle
June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

I hate…that Charlie Whitehurst didn’t really lose an arm-wrestling match to Brett Kern

Tennessee Titans quarterback Charlie Whitehurst initially made up the story that he lost his No. 6 to punter Brett Kern in an arm-wrestling match on Wednesday. As Jim Wyatt briefly mentioned that night, but expanded on Thursday morning, the arm-wrestling match never happened. The story took off. Blogs and web sites picked up on it. It was a hot topic on sports radio, and Twitter...
Via cover32 - Titans
May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Brett Kern Defeats Charlie Whitehurst in Arm-Wrestling Contest for Titans #6; Punter Proves the Change of Special Teams

Brett Kern while punting for Denver in 2009. Photo courtesy of Jeffrey Beall via WikiMediaCommons. Sports have shown the best from some athletes and the not-so-best from others. Sporting events may require the best from athletes in magnanimous events or situations. For athletes in a sport, having a certain jersey number can bring out the best in their abilities. This story involves...
Via Tha Sports Junkies 101
May 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Grade Day: Charlie Whitehurst gets an F- for losing his jersey number to Brett Kern

Titans backup quarterback Charlie Whitehurst arrived in Tennessee earlier this summer with the punter, Brett Kern, holding his No. 6. In order to get the number from Kern, Whitehurst allegedly had to arm wrestle the punter. It didn’t quite go as planned. (via Whitehurst’s Instagram account @cwhitey6)   Kern later took to Titans beat writer Paul Kuharsky’s radio show to spill...
Via cover32 - Titans
May 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Charlie Whitehurst arm-wrestled punter Brett Kern for No. 6 and lost

Charlie Whitehurst has worn No. 6 throughout his entire NFL and collegiate careers, but his run with that jersey number ends in 2014. Unlike other players across the league who use cold hard cash and other monetary-based methods of solving jersey disputes, Whitehurst and Tennessee Titans punter Brett Kern decided to compete for No. 6 […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 28, 2014  |  Discuss

The 303:30 – Preds’ struggles, Titans’ punter Brett Kern and Ads prospects with Ryan Miller

In this episode of The 303:30, presented by Brewhouse South, Jeremy and Codey discuss the Predators’ slow start, whether or not you should be concerned that Shea Weber has been held pointless through the first seven games and the impact of the loss of Patric Hornqvist means to the lineup. They visit with Ryan Miller of Admirals Round Table and get the scoop on which prospects...
Via Section 303
February 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans Rookie Hazing Haircuts

Look, at this point, if some NFL rookie doesn’t have a Ms. Pac-Man logo in his head at Titans camp by tomorrow morning, it will be a failed camp for the veterans. Sure, punter Brett Kern and his cohorts have come up with some great designs. Of course we’re impressed by a guy sporting a pair of sunglasses in his hair. Yes, a falcon claw coming out of a dude’s widow’s peak...
Via Busted Coverage
August 21, 2012  |  Discuss
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