Two Titans Preseason Games Down, Two Losses

Official Tennessee Titans Reporter

By Karen Christensen //@ksc47

It’s not panic time yet folks. It is the preseason which is really just another practice session and a working job interview for the players. Last year the Tennessee Titans won just one preseason game and the team went onto the playoffs.

Head coach Mike Vrabel himself said that these first four games were just like an extended practice where the staff could see where they need to coach the players better. And of course, the first string players are only playing a series or two. We’re not seeing our #1 quarterback, or any other starters, for a full game. Fans may be chompin’ at the bit but the Titans won’t be racing full speed for another couple of weeks.

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What We Learned from the First Week of Titans Training Camp

Official Tennessee Titans Reporter

By Karen Christensen //@ksc47

What did we learn from the first week of Titans training camp?

Cornerback Malcolm Butler is a hit.  Left Tackle Taylor Lewan is Nashville’s daddy (highest paid offensive lineman in the NFL, $80 million).  Tight End Delanie Walker gets a contract extension and he has a guardian angel.  

New coaching staff is comfortable and having fun, especially defensive back coach Kerry Coombs.  Wide receiver mystery: why is Rishard Matthews on the PUP list?  The Competition: running back Derrick Henry vs running back Dion Lewis.

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2019 NFL Draft to be held in Nashville Tennessee

Karen Christensen, Official Tennessee Titans Reporter

By Karen Christensen//@ksc47

Today at the NFL Spring League meeting in Atlanta, the NFL team owners approved the Tennessee Titans bid to host the 2019 NFL Draft.  The draft will be April 25 through April 27th, 2019 and will be held at several Nashville downtown landmarks.

All of the venues will be within walking distance of each other and include Nissan Stadium, Lower Broadway, Ascend Amphitheater, the Music City Center, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Music City Walk of Fame Park.

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Tennessee Titans 2018 Draft Class, From Six Picks down to Four, All First Class

Karen Christensen, Official Tennessee Titans Reporter

By Karen Christensen//@ksc47

The Tennessee Titans’ general manager Jon Robinson likes some wheeling and dealing to get what he wants. Originally the team had the following picks in the upcoming draft:

1st round | 25th overall, 2nd round | 57th overall, 3rd round | 89th overall, 4th round | 125th overall, 5th round | 162nd overall, 6th round | 199th overall

And the team ended up with this:

 

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Tennessee Titans Uniform Reveal Event

Tennesse Titans Official Fan Reporter

By Karen Christensen//@ksc47

 

On Wednesday, April 4 in downtown Nashville, the Tennessee Titans hosted a live event showcasing their new “Tradition Evolved” uniform design. Twenty thousand fans packed downtown Nashville on Broadway; the festivities included DJ Silver, live bands including country music duo Florida Georgia Line and former Tennessee Titans that had participated in the last uniform redesign back in 1999, Craig Hentrich, Blaine Bishop, Frank Wycheck, and Eddie George.

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Our Turf Football 2018 NFL Mock Draft 16-32

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By Wanda Wiedman//@WandaW63

Earlier we had listed the first 15 draft picks with a trade. Let’s see what happens with the rest of the teams and who will get drafted from 16-32. So here is the final attempt in Round 1 of the NFL Draft.

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AFC North / AFC South – Roster Updates

Meaningful player additions, releases, and re-signings    Last update:  April 19, 2018

 

Baltimore Ravens

Signed: WR John Browns, WR Ryan Grant, G Maurquice Shakir, C Matt Skura, QR Quincy Adeboyejo, LB Patrick Onwuasor, DE Brent Urban, RT James Hurst, CB Brandon Carr, RB Alex Collins, WR John Brown, WR Michael Crabtree, QB Robert Griffin III

Released: CB Lardarius Webb, OT Austin Howard, RB Danny Woodhead, WR Jeremy Maclin

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Tennessee Titans saying goodbye, hello, and we’re glad you’re still here

Official Tennessee Titans Reporter

By Karen Christensen//@ksc47

 

The Tennessee Titans have been busy in free agency.

Most notably, running back DeMarco Murray was the first of eight Titans to be released.  Murray was still considered the Titans #1 RB in 2017 although he had shoulder, foot, and knee injuries. He missed the last regular season game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Veteran quarterback Matt Cassel was released on March 9th. He started just one game for the Titans last year, which ended up being a loss to the Miami Dolphins. Although the Titans have contracts with quarterbacks Alex Tanney and Tyler Ferguson, it was rumored that the team was interested in another veteran QB Chad Henne, who ended up signing with the Kansas City Chiefs.

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Tennessee Titans Coaching Staff Overhaul

Official Tennessee Titans Fan Reporter

By Karen Christensen//@ksc47

 

Throughout the entire 2017 season, there was a feeling that something with the Titans team was missing. Titans fans were sure that 2017 would be the year the Titans, would finally get nationwide respect and get in the Superbowl, but that did not happen.

The team lost games that they should have easily won, and the Titans never seemed to play a complete game where the defense and the offense were both performing at their best.  I couldn’t figure out what the main problem was, but many Titans fans complained that the play calling was too predictable and not favorable to quarterback Marcus Mariota.  

In the end, the coaches got the blame for the lackluster season and were axed. Ownership and the general manager Jon Robinson took action, and now the 2018 Titans will have to adjust to an almost entirely new coaching staff.

 

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Tennessee Titans New Uniforms To Be Unveiled in April

Official Tennessee Titans Fan Reporter

By Karen Christensen//@ksc47

The Tennessee Titans announced that the team will have a party on Wednesday, April 4 to reveal the new uniforms.  The country band Florida Georgia Line will be playing a free concert in downtown Nashville at Broadway and First Avenue as part of the celebration.

The band owns a restaurant nearby called the FGL House, and the location is just across the river from Nissan Stadium where the Titans play, a perfect spot for the big reveal.  Florida Georgia Line was originally going to play a few songs for the event but decided to go all out and perform a full concert complete with fireworks.

Let the guessing begin!  What will the new uniforms look like? Will they be a total transformation or will they be only slightly changed?  Will the Titans keep the same color scheme or go in a new direction?

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