After a failed 2013 season, Titans tight end Delanie Walker claimed that six or seven of his teammates were cancers, sparking a stream of reactions as people like coach Ken Whisenhunt said the concerns should have been kept in house, cornerback Jason McCourty and receiver Nate Washington said Walker should have called a team meeting, and now-former Titans running back Chris Johnson...
As training camp approaches, it means the Tennessee Titans move one day closer to the preseason, and eventually the regular season. As we inch further throughout the offseason, every day we will feature a training camp preview.
Today’s preview focuses on a...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The one constant for Titans safety Michael Griffin has been the change all around him.
Two years ago, former Titans coach Mike Munchak moved the 2007 first-round draft pick from his natural position of free safety to strong safety.
It was supposed to help bolster a paltry run defense, and Griffin's defensive attributes of speed, instinct and cover abilities...
Titans safety Michael Griffin understands that he could end up being a cap casualty this offseason.
“I realize I count $8 million toward the salary cap, so I have to worry about myself,” Griffin said via The Tennessean. “At the end of the day, I am questioning my fate. You have to ask yourself, do they think you are worth that? I hope so...
Yesterday Michael Griffin blew up Raiders tight end Mychal Rivera for a violent head blow which caused Rivera to leace for the rest of the game. @JasonLaCanfora: Titans S Michael Griffin has been suspended 1 game by the NFL for repeatedly striking opponents in the head and neck area.
Titans Safety Michael Griffin Fined $21K, Comments On Recent Defensive Fines -Tennesee Titans safety Michael Griffin said last week that he felt like he didn’t know how to play defense in the NFL, because everyone tells you your job is to deliver big hits — right up until the point when the NFL docks your pay for delivering a big hit.This week Griffin has been fined for just...
Near the end of the offseason, the Tennessee Titans rewarded safety Michael Griffin with a five-year, $36 million contract extension.
Now, the Titans want Griffin to reward their faith in him by becoming the leader of the defense.
''What Mike needs to do is . say `I'm going to be the leader of this defense,' and `we're going to go this way.' All the great...
On Tuesday, the Tennessee Titans announced that they’ve signed safety Michael Griffin to a new long-term contract. His new deal is worth $35 million over the next five years with $15 million guaranteed.
The Titans decided to place the franchise tag on Griffin this offseason and allow Cortland Finnegan to leave in free agency. He was participating in the Titans...
The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on a multi-year deal with safety Michael Griffin after tagging the five-year veteran as their franchise player back in March.
The Titans announced the deal Tuesday shortly after the end of their first session of three-day minicamp.
General manager Ruston Webster says Griffin is a talented and successful young player that the Titans want...
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Tennessee Titans defensive back Michael Griffin has acknowledged that Saturday will likely be his last game with the team.Griffin took to his Twitter account to proclaim: "My last game at LP (Field). Got to make it a good one. Let's go Titans."The 26-year-old free safety will become a free agent at the end of the season. The Titans have shown no inclination to re-sign...