It was quite the sight Wednesday when one No. 28 — Titans RB Chris Johnson — was next to another No. 28 — Marshall Faulk — on the NFL Network set.
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If there was any doubt, Vince Young will return as the starter for the Tennessee Titans next season.
Titans LB Keith Bulluck tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during Sunday’s 27-24 overtime victory over the Dolphins, coach Jeff Fisher said, and will be out for the season.
Vince Young (knee/hamstring) has officially been listed as questionable for Sunday’s game between the Titans and Dolphins.
Titans QB Vince Young aggravated his injured right knee during practice Thursday and was unable to finish the session.
Posted: Monday, October 26th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Alex Smith, Derek Anderson, Jake Delhomme, JaMarcus Russell, Jeff Fisher, John Fox, Kerry Collins, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Shaun Hill, Tennessee Titans, Trent Edwards, Vince Young
With the QB carousel spinning wildly following Week 7, Titans coach Jeff Fisher is chosing not to reveal whether Kerry Collins or Vince Young will be the starter for the 0-6 Titans.
Titans coach Jeff Fisher might be Colts QB Peyton Manning’s No. 1 fan. Maybe not, but at least Fisher was seen wearing a Manning jersey.
The Tennessee Titans’ jerseys may be light blue, but not because the sky has fallen — yet. At 0-4, I expected there to be some sense of despair after practice today, in this knee-jerk, reactionary NFL in which we reside.
There have been calls outside the Titans’ locker room for coach Jeff Fisher to think about replacing Kerry Collins with Vince Young at quarterback after a surprising 0-4 start.
Posted: Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Brady Quinn, Brodie Croyle, Carolina Panthers, Chad Rinehart, Chris Samuels, Cleveland Browns, Clinton Portis, Derek Anderson, Detroit Lions, Jake Delhomme, Jeff Fisher, Kansas City Chiefs, Matt Cassel, Matt Jones, Miami Dolphins, Randy Thomas, Rod Bironas, Santana Moss, Stephon Heyer, Tennessee Tiatns, Tod Haley, Tony Gonzalez, Washington Redskins
Some 0-2 teams are in a lot better shape than others, at least in part because they know who they want to be, and what they do best.
Just when you think a game is just destined to play out a certain way … this game is headed to overtime, folks.
Posted: Thursday, September 10th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Chris Hope, Hines Ward, Jason Jones, Jeff Fisher, Jovan Haye, Justin Gage, Kenny Britt, Kerry Collins, Kickoff 2009, Michael Griffin, Pittsburgh Steelers, Rod Bironas, Ryan Clark, Santonio Holmes, Tennessee Titans, Troy Polamalu, William Hayes
Steelers 7, Titans 7. Would you have it any other way? Not me.
Posted: Sunday, August 9th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: A.J. Trapasso, Alge Crumpler, Bud Adams, Chirs Johnson, Hall of Fame Game, Jeff Fisher, Kevin Mawae, LenDale White, Patrick Ramsey, Terrell Owens, Vince Young
A little T.O., and some other things that caught my eye thus far.
The Titans placed rookie WR Kenny Britt on the physically unable to perform list, just one day after the first-round draft pick signed a five-year, $12.25 million contract.
Britt reportedly is still recovering from a hamstring injury that the Titans medical staff wants to let rest for a few more days. Coach Jeff Fisher said Britt could begin practicing by the middle of the week and in time to play in next weekend’s Hall of Fame Game against the Buffalo Bills.