The Tennessee Titans are the NFL’s most interesting team right now.
That’s pretty crazy given their disappointing 2-14 campaign, but this No. 2 pick is creating a ton of buzz.
Could a trade for Philip Rivers, which we’ve covered here, here and here, actually go down during that selection?
A #Titans-#Chargers deal couldn’t begin & end on the clock: Tenn would need permission...
The San Diego Chargers seem like a mess.
Between constant Philip Rivers trade rumors and a move to Los Angeles potentially on the horizon, a lot seems up in the air.
Add the curious case of Eric Weddle to the growing list of problems.
So, Eric Weddle is "highly, highly, disrespected" even though the Chargers say contract talks are coming up in May-June? Something's fishy.
The San Diego Chargers and Philip Rivers have had a rocky couple of months.
We know Rivers is indeed working out with the team right now, but it has to be a bit awkward.
Will this bit from Chargers GM Tom Telesco on Wednesday help smooth things over?
Telesco stresses Philip Rivers is our quarterback. The plan is for him to be here "a long, long, long time."
— San Diego Chargers...
The Tennessee Titans have been rumored for weeks to be a potential landing spot for Philip Rivers.
One ESPN analyst isn’t so sure Rivers will be going anywhere at all.
ESPN's Jon Gruden: I'd be shocked if #Chargers traded Philip Rivers. #Titans
— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) April 21, 2015
As we’ve noted here before there’s still a big snag in a potential Rivers trade:...
Uncertainty has clouded the future of San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers and what stadium he’ll call home during the 2015 NFL season.
From rumors connecting him to the Cleveland Browns and Tennessee Titans to his lack of desire to play in Los Angeles should the franchise move to the City of Angels, Rivers’ football home seems to be anywhere but San Diego.
The 2015 NFL Draft is rapidly approaching, and trade rumors have been linked to many teams around the league. Here are five potential trade scenarios we could see unfold leading up to draft day.
1. Philadelphia Eagles Trade Sam Bradford, First-Rounder to Tennessee Titans for No. 2 Overall Pick
Speculation that the Eagles will send the 20th pick to the Tennessee Titans for...
Marcus Mariota ending up in a Chargers uniform and Philip Rivers being traded to the Titans seems like a realistic possibility the more we’re hearing about things. Earlier this week, UT San Diego’s Kevin Acee argued that the Chargers should trade Rivers, who is under contract with them for one more season. He said Rivers...Read More
Philip Rivers has been the quarterback of the San Diego Chargers for over a decade, but that run with the team may be coming to an end. UT San Diego’s Kevin Acee wrote a column Tuesday arguing that the Chargers should trade Rivers now in order to get a return for him. The QB, who...Read More
Bleacher Report NFL insider Jason Cole was called upon to discuss what the languishing Tennessee Titans may choose to do with the second-overall pick in the 2015 draft. The conversation was quarterback-focused, given that the Titans’ best option currently on their roster is second-year player Zach Mettenberger. And Cole’s report, if true, could shake up the league and the upcoming...
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Franchise quarterbacks (or, in the case of Jay Cutler, perceived franchise quarterbacks) becoming available on the open market is extraordinarily rare. Over the past 15 years, it has happened only five times, all under extenuating circumstances:
Drew Bledsoe in 2002. The Patriots only saw fit to trade him because they had some guy named Brady.
Daunte Culpepper in 2006. Culpepper...