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DEXTER MCCLUSTER RUMORS

Titans: He is Dexter McCluster

Dexter McCluster was brought into Tennessee to replace the explosiveness of Chris Johnson. He signed a three-year contract worth $12 million with $4.5 million in guaranteed money. And don’t forget this was all before Johnson was cut.McCluster gives the Titans more than Johnson did. Even if you don’t want to admit it, it’s true. He can return kickoffs and punts. He can line...
Via Pro Football Spot
July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Breaking down all the new faces of the 2014 Tennessee Titans

This year’s Tennessee Titans feature a lot of new faces, including head coach Ken Whisenhunt and the majority of his coaching staff. It will be hard to recognize this team at first with all of the new additions on offense and defense. The roster changes will make for an important offseason, as the first four weeks of the regular season will be challenging. The players will have...
Via isportsweb.com
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans: full position breakdown and analysis at wide receiver

The Tennessee Titans have methodically built the wide receiver position into a solid one on their roster, and a stable quarterback situation may be the only thing keeping this unit from breaking out. There are a few spots up for grabs in training camp, but the top three spots are pretty set in stone. This unit is still very young overall but loaded with a lot of upside. The losses...
Via isportsweb.com
June 16, 2014  |  Discuss

What did the Tennessee Titans’ Dexter McCluster pay for No. 22?

For Dexter McCluster, it’s a numbers game. From youth football to the NFL, he has worn No. 22 on his football jersey. It’s a homage to his father, Marcus, who wore the number in high school ans as a running back at Eastern Kentucky in the early ’90s. McCluster is serious about it. He includes No. 22 when he signs autographs for fans. His personal website is mccluster22.com...
Via isportsweb.com
June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Analyzing Dexter McCluster, running back ☆

When the Titans made Dexter McCluster their first signing of free agency this offseason, I noted he had played both wide receiver and running back in the NFL, and noted Whisenhunt’s challenge was to make him a more effective player than he had been. Since then, the Titans have indicated McCluster will at least start off playing more running back than wide receiver. To get a better...
Via Total Titans
April 16, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Jets Free Agent Target – Dexter McCluster

We continue our look at potential free agent wide receiver options for the New York Jets, with a breakdown of Dexter McCluster of the Kansas City Chiefs. Previously, we have broken down Golden Tate, Emmanuel Sanders, James Jones and Andre Roberts. Player: Dexter McCluster, Wide Receiver, Kansas City Chiefs. Experience: 4 years (2010 2nd round pick) Size/Speed: 5 foot 8, 170 pounds...
Via Turn On The Jets
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Dexter McCluster admits he didn’t even know what MRSA was, but thankful for Chiefs doctor’s

Dexter McCluster practiced all last week, but his foot continued to swell. He was thankful the doctor’s kept a close on eye it, because they had the wound cleaned out later in the week, but wasn’t able to return on time to play against the Raiders. “This is a first for me,” he said. “You […]
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
December 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Dexter McCluster could have A MRSA infection; Could be sidelined for a minute

Five days after Dexter McCluster blew up for a few long punt returns, and this week he is battling an ankle infection that has left him questionable for Sunday’s matchup against the Oakland Raiders. McCluster suffered a small cut on his ankle during the Washington win, and complained of swelling in the area after Wednesday’s […]
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
December 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs run over the Washington Redskins

Dexter McCluster eludes defenders on the way to the endzone and a record setting performance. (kcchiefs.com) The Kansas City Chiefs came into the nation’s Capitol on Sunday and handed the Redskins a punishing 45-10 loss that may have sparked big changes in the near future for the Redskins themselves. The Chiefs special teams were really the story of the day, marked by a Chiefs...
Via isportsweb.com
December 08, 2013  |  Discuss
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