MICHAEL ROOS RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Tennessee Titans have big expectations for last year’s first round pick Taylor Lewan.
But, with the retirement of All-Pro offensive tackle Michael Roos earlier this offseason, they still need help on the line.
This could help.
This Thursday RT @jwyattsports: #Rams tackle Joe Barksdale is scheduled to visit the #Titans this week, per sources
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After ten years of service in the NFL, the Tennessee Titans’ former All-Pro left tackle Michael Roos announced his retirement on Thursday. The former first-round pick out of Eastern Washington University only missed one game in his first nine seasons before suffering a knee injury in Week 5 of the 2014 season that led to season-ending surgery. Through the first five weeks of the...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Tennessee left tackle Michael Roos is retiring from the NFL after playing 10 seasons and 148 games with the Titans.
Roos announced his decision Thursday on social media after informing the Titans.
The left tackle wrote in an Instagram post that he thought long about this decision and is grateful to start the rest of his life fully healthy. Roos wrote he feels...
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February 26, 2015
Once considered one of the top offensive tackles in the National Football League, Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Michael Roos has announced his retirement after 10 years in the NFL.
Prior to an injury-plagued 2014 campaign, Roos had started 142 of a possible 143 games in his first nine seasons in the league. During that span, the former second-round pick from Eastern Washington...
If you’re looking for good news about the Tennessee Titans I finally have something for you. In fact, I have two.
1. The Titans did not lose a game on Sunday.
2. This photo that offensive tackle Taylor Lewan took of Michael Roos over the weekend:
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The Tennessee Titans welcomed another Taylor to Music City on Thursday night; however this one is known for his nastiness and mean streak instead of his signing agility or glamour.
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“How I would describe myself as a player is I want to be a person who plays as hard and...
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports that there has been no progress between the Titans and LT Michael Roos regarding a long-term contract.
Roos, 31, has a $6.625 million base salary for the 2014 season and is currently finishing out the final year of his six-year, $43 million contract.
Wyatt previously mentioned that Roos could be in line for an extension given that there are...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Heading into his 10th season at offensive left tackle, no member of the Titans was hit harder than Michael Roos by the team's flurry of changes this offseason.
Fired after three seasons as head coach was Mike Munchak, Roos' position coach his first six years in the NFL. It was Munchak who made an on-campus visit at Eastern Washington that eventually turned into...
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Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean writes that the Titans should consider an extension for LT Michael Roos who will be a free agent after the season.
According to Wyatt, the fact that there are “no significant questions” about Roos and his ability should be reason enough for the Titans to consider a signing him to a new contract. In fact, Roos has missed only one game in his entire...