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2014 Tennessee Titans preseason positional analysis: OT

After quarterback, running back, fullback, wide receiver, and tight end, the next stop on our trip around the Tennessee Titans position by position as we head toward the start of the 2014 regular season is offensive tackle. For years, offensive tackle was the easiest, least interesting positional analysis to write. From 2007 to 2012, you could pretty much write in pen the name at...
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August 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans Preseason Countdown: #76 David Stewart

With only 76 days until the Tennessee Titans’ 2014 Preseason Kickoff, we continue our Preseason Countdown. Today, we look at the meanest and nastiest offensive lineman in recent Titans’ history: right tackle, “Big Country” David Stewart.“Big Country” did not earn his nickname for nothing, standing at 6’7”, 315 pounds. Stewart was born in Decatur, Alabama on August...
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May 25, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL comparisons for the first three Dolphins draft picks

The Dolphins made the new additions to the roster in the first two days of the draft. Like every other fan base their are Dolphins fans who loves Dennis Hickeys draft thus far and there are other fans disappointed and left wanting more. To get a little more of an understanding of the 3 newest Dolphins here are some NFL comparables. Ju’Wuan James James will be the Dolphins starting...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans select OT Taylor Lewan with 11th pick

Well, I wasn’t expecting that one. With their own first-round pick, 11th overall, in the 2014 NFL draft, the Tennessee Titans took Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan. Offensive tackle was an obvious need position with David Stewart’s decline in 2013, but after they signed Michael Oher to a big-money free agent deal I thought the chances of them spending a high pick on an...
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May 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Instant reaction to Tennessee Titans selecting Taylor Lewan

The Titans selected their future offensive tackle in Taylor Lewan at No. 11. Here’s some rapid reactions from media and fans: .@TaylorLewan77 not a sexy by any means. But in a year he’ll be an anchor. Probably means this is Roos’ last year. — Paul Kuharsky (@PaulKuharskyNFL) May 9, 2014 #Titans had David Stewart (likely) retire this year. Needed a tackle, never thought Taylor...
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May 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Best remaining NFL free agents by position

The first wave is over, as the NFL version of “Black Friday” came and went with teams shelling out millions of dollars during the first couple days of free agency. And the second surge has come and gone, with players and teams who decided to be patient, checking out the total landscape, having made decisions. Now, the NFL appears to be in somewhat of a waiting period. Teams have...
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April 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans: An Offensive Lining

After the struggles on the offensive line in the past two seasons, during this offseason, the Titans started looking for new coaching options at the offensive line position. The Titans parted ways with Hall of Famer, Bruce Matthews, after his many years with the Houston Oilers and Tennessee Titans organization. It was hard to part ways with an All-Pro offensive lineman like himself...
Via Pro Football Spot
April 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans release RT David Stewart

The Titans today made official a move pretty much everyone expected, releasing longtime starting tackle David Stewart. A fourth round pick out of Mississippi State in 2005, Stewart stepped into the starting lineup early in the 2006 season at right tackle as part of a general offensive line shuffling and never looked back. He would start 104 of the next 106 games for the Titans...
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March 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans Play It Safe Signing Michael Oher

Michael Oher is as widely known as any player in all of sports. His off the field narrative is considerably more cogent than his actual performance on the field. Since entering the league in 2009 Oher consistently ranks near the worst at his position and is the most frequently penalized player in the NFL, according to Andrew Powell-Morse http://www.bestticke.../nfl-penalties/‎...
Via Pro Football Spot
March 25, 2014  |  Discuss

David Stewart indicates he’s probably retiring

For almost a decade, the Titans’ depth chart was unchanged at offensive tackle. Michael Roos has manned the left side since entering the league in 2005, and David Stewart took over on the right side in 2006. Now, Stewart is gone, with former Ravens tackle Michael Oher set to take his place. And from the sound of it, it appears Stewart’s NFL career could be at a close after his...
Via Pro Sports Daily
March 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Titans OT David Stewart: “It’s Time To Move On”

  The Tennessee Titans released veteran OT David Stewart on Wednesday after eight years with the team. Jim Wyatt of the Nashville Tennessean spoke to Stewart regarding his plans now that he’s a free agent and it appears as though his time in the NFL is coming to an end. “We had a ball along the way, made some good friends in Nashville with the Titans,” Stewart said. “Now...
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March 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans Weekly Rewind: Mixed signals from CJ, free agency madness

In case you missed it: Columns from the cover32 universe to catch up on anything and everything from the Tennessee Titans this week along with national featured columns you may enjoy. Tennessee Titans - Plot thickens with Chris Johnson and the Tennessee Titans (READ) - Can Michael Oher turn his career around in Tennessee? (READ) - Tennessee Titans ink former Denver Broncos linebacker ...
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March 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Raven Michael Oher Signs With The Tennessee Titans

The Baltimore Ravens may have checked off the biggest box on their to-do list when it comes to turning around their offensive line, but today the Tennessee Titans didn’t make their job any easier. Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reported that the Titans have agreed to a four-year, $20 million contract for tackle Michael Oher, who is a native of the state. The contract includes $9.5...
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March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Why the Titans Should Sign Michael Oher

Michael Oher's 2013 statistics are horrendous. He allowed a team-high 8 sacks, and he graded as PFF's worst run blocker out of linemen that played at least 50% of his team's snaps. But why should the Titans sign him if he's so bad?1. The Titans don't have many optionsWith David Stewart out, the Titans only option at right tackle right now is Byron Stingily. Stingily...
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March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans free agency Day 3 preview: Who’s coming to town?

So far, the Tennessee Titans have inked Dexter McCluster, Leon Washington and Al Woods. They’ve released David Stewart and have serious interest in some of the top defensive players who are still available. Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports the following: (stats are from 2013 season) Visiting today Former Houston Texans defensive lineman Antonio Smith. 30 tackles, 5.0 sacks...
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March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Free agency roundup Day 2: Tennessee Titans release vet, add depth

On Day 2 of open season in the NFL, the Tennessee Titans continued their stead trek through free agency. Signed Tennessee inked Al Woods to a two-year deal worth $5 million. Grade: A The Titans got a solid nose tackle who can disrupt the middle for a bargain price. Great move. Unsigned Anthony Dixon appears to have left the Titans facility without a deal. Reaction: Great news...
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March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans release RT David Stewart

The Titans today made official a move pretty much everyone expected, releasing longtime starting tackle David Stewart. A fourth round pick out of Mississippi State in 2005, Stewart stepped into the starting lineup early in the 2006 season at right tackle as part of a general offensive line shuffling and never looked back. He would start 104 of the next 106 games for the Titans...
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March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans release OT David Stewart; Schedule visit for LB Akeem Jordan

Today the Tennessee Titans released their right tackle in David Stewart.  Stewart was a physical, hard-nosed right tackle that excels at the point of attack.  Nicknamed “Big Country,” the Alabama native is an intense competitor that mauls defenders in the run game and provides solid protection in the aerial attack.  His soft-spoken demeanor and country mannerisms […] The...
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March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

BREAKING: Tennessee Titans release right tackle David Stewart

The Tennessee Titans started their cap casualties for this offseason by cutting veteran right tackle David Stewart Wednesday evening. #Titans release nine-year veteran offensive tackle David Stewart (failed physical). — Tennessee Titans (@TennesseeTitans) March 12, 2014   #Titans GM Ruston Webster on David Stewart: “He played the game with passion and brought a toughness that...
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March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans Release Veteran OT David Stewart

  The Tennessee Titans have announced the release of veteran OT David Stewart. Stewart, 31, still had one year remaining on his six-year, $38.9 million contract that included $10 million guaranteed. His base salary for the 2014 season was $6.4 million as was his cap figure. By releasing him, the Titans will free up $6.4 million in cap space.  
Via NFL Trade Rumors
March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans expected to be players in free agency

The Tennessee Titans overspent in free agency last offseason with no real results. Surely they won’t spend nearly as much as last year, but Tennessee has holes to fill along the offensive line, defensive line, linebacker core and eventually running back. If Chris Johnson and David Stewart get the boot, the Titans could be expected to at least kick the tires on some of the top free...
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March 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Could Tennessee Titans find David Stewart replacement in the NFL Draft?

The Tennessee Titans have another massive decision to make on the offensive side of the ball this offseason. David Stewart is due $6.4 million this offseason and could be another cap casualty as Tennessee chases the postseason while restructuring its roster. He’s really struggling to stay healthy and at his salary number, would be one of the highest paid right tackles in the game...
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March 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Assessing the free agent OT class from a Titans perspective

With longtime swing man Mike Otto a free agent and David Stewart a possible cap casualty/retirement candidate after an injury-plagued 2013 seasons, right tackle definitely seems like a position the Titans could choose to address in free agency. It is not quite as obvious to me that they will in fact do so compared to, e.g., tight end and guard, which I previewed before free agency...
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March 10, 2014  |  Discuss

David Stewart Doubtful To Be Back With The Titans Next Season

Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean “can’t see a scenario” where the Titans keep RT David Stewart next season. Wyatt adds that the Titans are still working through a decision regarding his future with the team, but the fact that Stewart is due $6.4 million next season and has dealt with injures makes it seem likely that he could be a cap casualty. The Titans would free up $6...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
February 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans facing salary cap restrictions

As the offseason approaches, the Tennessee Titans have some important decisions to make. Paul Kuharsky from ESPN.com broke down the salary cap situation, which doesn’t bode well for those wanting a carryover from this year’s squad. According to Kuharsky’s math, the Titans have about $6 million in cap space with all current costs included, but have room to work with if they...
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February 14, 2014  |  Discuss
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