Dexter McCluster ready for hitting with Titans

When Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt was asked about Dexter McCluster's impressive running on the first day of training camp, he offered praise – but tossed in one additional comment. "The big thing next for him is going to be when we get into a game, can he shake those tackles and can he get those positive yards?" Whisenhunt said. "I've seen him do it on tape...
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Griffin says Titans are a “different team” now

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...
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Whisenhunt, Washington rejoin in Tennessee with opportunistic playbook

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The first time the paths of Tennessee Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt and wide receiver Nate Washington crossed, they were sporting the black and gold of the Pittsburgh Steelers. It was 2005, and Whisenhunt was offensive coordinator in Pittsburgh, while Washington was an undrafted rookie who bounced between the regular roster and practice squad. A year later,...
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2014 preseason positional analysis: QB

As is our custom, we begin our trip around the Tennessee Titans position by position as we head in the direction of the regular season with a look at the quarterbacks. When I did the offseason version of this little exercise, there was still at least a theoretical question as to whether Jake Locker would head into the 2014 regular season as the presumptive starting quarterback....
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32 in 32: Tennessee Titans

32 in 32 - The wait though the off-season of the National Football League can seem like ages to say the least. If the minicamps, OTAs and all other summer activities are not enough to whet your appetite, well, we know exactly how you feel. We can’t wait until August and we don’t think that you should have to either. We are going to be bringing you a preview of what to expect...
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Tennessee Titans Start Training Camp

NFL Teams are allowed time to get their teams on the field after OTA’s, voluntary mini camp (well not for rookies) and then they get another month off, and here we are at mandatory camp for all players and coaches.The Tennessee Titans don’t have to release an unofficial depth chart until a week before their preseason opener. And they won’t. They have a new coach this season...
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Lewan's path to playing time as a rookie could be at guard

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee Titans rookie offensive lineman Taylor Lewan doesn't know where he stands on the depth chart. He doesn't even know what position he'll play once the regular season arrives. That's just fine by him. It is common practice for NFL teams to forego publishing a depth chart denoting starters and backups at the start of training camp. As he...
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Ken Whisenhunt applauds Zach Mettenberger's restraint

By all accounts, Titans rookies Zach Mettenberger and Taylor Lewan did nothing wrong last weekend when Mettenberger was sucker-punched at Losers Most Wanted Bar & Grill. Coach Ken Whisenhunt said he's talked to both players. "It's important how our players represent our team in this community," Whisenhunt said on Friday during a press conference at Saint Thomas...
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Tennessee Titans in win-now mode

Despite the amount of pessimism surrounding the Tennessee Titans this year, head coach Ken Whisenhunt’s focus is not on rebuilding. Whisenhunt said team wants to win. This is not a rebuilding year, he said — Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) July 25, 2014 While Tennessee has hovered around the 6-8, 9-7 marks each year, it hasn’t been to the playoffs since 2008, when the Titans lost...
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53-man roster prediction as training camp opens

It’s an annual rite. The Tennessee Titans begin training camp, and I try to predict which players they’ll keep after the cutdown to 53. Some years this goes kind of okay, other years I end up on quixotic quests and stick on them long after it becomes obvious they are indeed quixotic quests (see, e.g., my attempts to cut Nate Washington last year). Most years, I’m happy to...
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Titans: 5 position battles to watch for training camp

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans report Friday and hit the field Saturday morning for the first training camp under new coach Ken Whisenhunt. Six years have elapsed since the Titans last made the playoffs, and another 11 since winning a postseason game. It's a far cry from the stretch that began with the 1999 season -- the franchise's first in its new downtown stadium after...
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Ken Whisenhunt and fourth downs

I chronicled all of Mike Munchak’s fourth down decisions last year, but never posted anything here about it after the season ended since Munchak won’t be making any more fourth down calls for the Titans. What will matter for the 2014 Titans is what Ken Whisenhunt does on fourth downs. As an offensive coordinator last year, my presumption is he didn’t make any of the decisions...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Ken Whisenhunt Looking to Repeat History

Let's look at Whisenhunt's first year with every team he either coached as an OC or a HC. Looking at what the teams did the prior year before he joined the staff looks good for Tennessee. Nothing is guaranteed of course but can history still continue itself with Whisenhunt as he takes on his second stint as a Head Coach for the Tennessee Titans? We will see, but let's...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Titans: What's Ahead at Training Camp?

Titans’ first year head coach Ken Whisenhunt, will go into his first training camp less than a week away on July 26.He will come back ready to go, prepared from his time off, but will the players do the same?The Titans’ will come back to do a different look than Mike Munchak’s “gasser” sprints that were ran from one side of the field to the other. Whisenhunt will conduct...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans 2014: 5 Most Pressing Questions Heading Into Training Camp

Here is something Tennessee Titans thought they may never hear – Mike Munchak has left the building. This was not a voluntary move for the former player and head coach who had given 31 years of his life to the organization, rather he was let go when it was decided the Hall of Fame guard could not lead the team to the Promised Land.Munchak replaced Jeff Fisher and used many of the...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: The Jake Locker bashing continues

As the regular season creeps closer, the criticism of quarterback Jake Locker continues Last year, Locker “had the ball placement of a blindfolded man trying to smell open receivers.” @MikeTanier: — Paul Kuharsky (@PaulKuharskyNFL) July 15, 2014 You shouldn’t be surprised after that little tidbit that Locker and the Titans are ranked at the bottom...
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2014 Titans preview: Whisenhunt aims to revitalize Tennessee

How quickly can Ken Whisenhunt turn things around in Nashville?
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Power Rankings: Tennessee Titans rated as a top-15 potential Super Bowl host

In early February, Super Bowl XLVIII was played in the New York / New Jersey area, the first time the big game had been played outdoors in a cold-weather market. This opened the window for every NFL city to throw their name into the hat as a possible host for future title tilts. Currently, less than half of the league’s markets have hosted a Super Bowl, as only 15 metro areas can...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Quotable Monday: Ruston Webster recaps the offseason

Tennessee Titans general manager Ruston Webster sat down with Mike Keith to discuss the offseason. Below is a transcript of the video, which was posted on General Manager Ruston Webster: On Jake Locker’s health: “Jake has taken every snap in mini camp with the first team and doing well, pushing through. He has (practiced) consistently. No concern (about his health...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Quotable Monday: Toughness defines the Frank Reich offense in San Diego

It’s no secret the Chargers have a new offensive coordinator entering the 2014 season. Last year’s leading man, Ken Whisenhunt, took the head coaching job in Tennessee and in his absence, Frank Reich was promoted to offensive coordinator. Reich played in the league for 13 seasons and has six years of coaching experience  While it wasn’t the sexiest move, he will help keep...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt not named top-10 in the NFL… yet

Typically speaking, sports fans tend to worry about two things – the past and the future. They’ll debate who was the greatest player of all-time, while also spending hours discussing whether or not a rookie is going to be develop into an All-Pro. Both are fun exercises, things that keep fans engaged and the beer flowing at the local tavern. But they miss out on what is most important...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Rewind: Jake Locker failing as a QB, Whisenhunt molding the team, remembering McNair

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 - I love…the idea of Jackie Battle at fullback (READ) - Tennessee Titans’ 5 Most Valuable Players in 2014 (READ) - Grade Day: Jake Locker failing as a quarterback? (READ) -...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans’ 5 Most Valuable Players in 2014

As the Tennessee Titans embark on their first season under Ken Whisenhunt, veteran players will be vital in making the transition. Whether this is a playoff team or not in the wide-open AFC South remains to be seen. If the Titans somehow do make the jump, these five players will be key contributors. 5. Delanie Walker, TE Coming off his best season as a pro, Walker will be a security...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Grade Day: Jake Locker failing as a quarterback?

Just a few days ago I posted a story detailing Ken Whisenhunt’s training and development of Jake Locker as a pocket passer. He’s had ups and downs, but the systems he’s been put in and lack of leadership has flawed his transition from a top-tier college quarterback to a franchise gunslinger. ESPN followed that up with a tier ranking of all 32 starting quarterbacks. The results...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Power Rankings: At 2014 midpoint, Tennessee Titans sit in NFL’s basement

The calm before the storm; that’s what the NFL is in the midst of at the moment. As July dawns, it’s a sign that football season is almost here. After all, training camps open around the league this month. But until teams gather for two-a-days, all is quiet. Minicamps are over. Offseason conditioning in winding down. Players are essentially on their own for the next few weeks...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss
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