Tennessee Titans were forced to bench Justin Hunter and Damian Williams in yesterday’s matchup against the Cardinals for violating team rules according to NBC Sports. Although the team didn’t specify what Hunter and Williams did to warrant the benching, head coach Mike Munchak spoke to the media to address the issue.
“They broke some team rules. So the consequence was that...
The Tennessee Titans have deactivated rookie wide receiver Justin Hunter against the Arizona Cardinals for what a team spokesman called a violation of team rules.
Hunter, a second-round draft pick out of Tennessee, is coming off the best game of his career with 114 yards receiving in last week's loss at Denver, and he has had two 100-yard games in his past three.
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December 15, 2013
Titans receiver Justin Hunter is inactive for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean.Fantasy Spin:The rookie has posted 100 yards and a touchdown in two of the past three games, but he's been benched for violating team rules.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Through 10 games, Titans rookie wide receiver Justin Hunter had only seven catches for 102 yards.
In Sunday's win at Oakland, the second-round pick out of Tennessee broke through to notch career highs with seven catches for 109 yards, including a 54-yard touchdown early in the second half.
Five catches came on third-down conversions, including a 9-yarder...
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter caught this short pass and took it to the house against the Raiders on Sunday. Watch as he jukes two defenders en route to paydirt:
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When your position coach tells you to find more strength and be a tougher receiver, things may not go as well for your rookie season as you hoped.Tennessee Titans’ rookie pass catcher Justin Hunter will need to show massive improvements over the course of training camp to get back in the swing of things.According to ProFootballTalk.com, “Hunter injured his hamstring during the...
The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with receiver Justin Hunter, their second-round draft selection.
The Titans announced the agreement Thursday.
The 6-foot-3 Hunter spent three seasons at the University of Tennessee where he caught 106 passes for 1,812 yards and 18 touchdowns. He was second-team All-Southeastern Conference as a junior after 73 receptions for 1,083 yards...
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June 13, 2013
Titans rookie receiver Justin Hunter was sidelined during OTAs with a hamstring injury and that's not good for his first-year fantasy value.Fantasy Spin:Receivers' coach Shawn Jefferson said as much in a Tennessean report. The Titans have four wideouts who can catch and a solid tight end. Hunter will need to be on the field if he is to carve out fantasy value.
The Tennessee Titans have their sights set on big things in 2013 after finding good value and addressing almost all of their needs in last month’s draft. Photo Credit: Donn Jones/TitansOnline.com With this being a quarterback-driven league and arguably a make-or-break third year for Jake Locker, the team opted to give its starting signal-caller the tools for success by using...
2.2 Tennessee Titans Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee (6-4, 196)
With the second pick in round two, the Titans selected, local boy, Justin Hunter. Hunter came into the draft with one of the best combinations of size and skill. He has the size to win jump balls and the speed to get past corners playing up on him.
With the Titans never knowing what they will get out of super talent Kenny...