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KEN WHISENHUNT RUMORS

Coach sees Titans struggling with growing pains

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Coach Ken Whisenhunt doesn't believe the NFL did his team any favors by scheduling Tennessee to play three of its first four games on the road. Not that his Titans have helped their first-year coach much either. The Titans (1-3) have lost three straight after opening the season with a win at Kansas City and been outscored 100-34 in this skid. They have...
Via AP on Fox
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

Ken Whisenhunt: Titans personal fouls must stop

The Titans were penalized 11 times for 99 yards during Sunday's 33-7 loss to the Bengals, part of a troubling trend that has to stop, according to coach Ken Whisenhunt. The team has been penalized 28 times in the first three games, tied for the fourth-highest figure in the league. Included in Sunday's penalty total were two unnecessary roughness calls – one on tackle...
Via Pro Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Jake Locker Underwent MRI On Injured Wrist, Week 4 Status Uncertain

  Titans HC Ken Whisenhunt told reporters Monday that QB Jake Locker suffered a wrist injury during Week 3’s loss to the Bengals. Locker underwent an MRI on Monday and Whisenhunt said that they will know more about his status later in the week, per Terry McCormick. Whisenhunt said Locker could barely grip the ball towards the end of Sunday’s game, but the quarterback assured...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Whisenhunt favors veterans on first Titans depth chart

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Two days after practicing against the Falcons and three days before the preseason opener against the Packers, the Titans finally released a depth chart. Although it carrying the unofficial tag, it was the first depth chart of the Ken Whisenhunt era nonetheless. And it revealed several noteworthy placements at various position battles. "They made me,"...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
August 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Why the Tennessee Titans will be the latest team to benefit from Ken Whisenhunt’s magic

Tis the season for optimism. From coast to coast, city to city, every NFL team currently feels like 2014 is going to be successful; as they grind their way through training camp, each is convinced that this is the year the franchise takes the next step. Reports coming out of camps support these positive vibes. It’s nothing but stories about more efficient offenses, coupled with...
Via cover32 - Titans
August 04, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Coaching Changes: How a new scheme impacts output (AFC Edition)

As much as we draft fantasy football players on their talent, the right context plays a significant role in their production as well. For example, if Jamaal Charles found himself in a 60/40 carry distribution, or was expected to be removed in goal-to-go situations we would view him much differently than we did last year. Beyond the obvious, play calling has a distribution. Similarly...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans' Whisenhunt challenging players heading into final offseason break

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As the Titans put a wrap Thursday on their offseason program, first-year coach Ken Whisenhunt had two specific admonitions for his team as it enters summer break before training camp. Stay in shape. Stay out of trouble. "That was the first message," Whisenhunt said of telling his team to make good decisions while away from football until reporting...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
June 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans paid 1 million dollars more annually than the Lions were willing to give for Ken Whisenhunt

Ken Whisenhunt might like Nashville from previously coaching there. He might like the Tennessee Titans’ roster which is hard to love. And he might have hit it off with Ruston Webster, which could be a possibility. But in choosing the Titans over the Detroit Lions and becoming Tennessee’s new head coach, Whisenhunt got $1 million more in annual […]The post Titans paid 1 million...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
January 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Ken Whisenhunt turns his back on the Lions for the Titans

Today Ken Whisenhunt shocked the world, when he chose the Tennessee Titans moments ago over the Detroit Lions.  This could be a major sign that no one wants to work with Martin Mayhew and his time should be over in Detroit. Whisenhunt had been courted by the Lions. Instead, Whisenhunt chooses Tennessee’s No. 11 overall […]The post Ken Whisenhunt turns his back on the Lions for...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
January 13, 2014  |  5 Comments

Ken Whisenhunt is your new Tennessee Titans head coach

Chargers’ offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt just accepted the head coaching job with the Tennessee Titans. Whisenhunt was fired  from the Cardinal’s head coaching position after 3 straight years without making the playoffs. Whisenhunt went on to become the Chargers offensive coordinator under new head coach Mike McCoy. He took an offensive that ranked 31st in total offense...
Via Down and Distance
January 13, 2014  |  Discuss
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