Kevin Mawae is still a man without a team, and with each passing day it looks less likely that any future employment will come from his former team, the Titans.
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Albert Haynesworth is not making a lot of friends these days. About the only person less popular than Haynesworth right now is the guy wearing a Kobe Bryant jersey while walking through Beacon Hill today.
Posted: Saturday, April 17th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Aaron Stecker, Adalius Thomas, Daniel Loper, Detroit Lions, Kansas City Chiefs, Keith Bulluck, Kevin Mawae, Mike Reinfeldt, New England Patriots, Rob Sims, Scott Pioli, St. Louis Rams, Stan Kroenke, Tennessee Titans
Though LB Adalius Thomas has yet to be traded or released, it’s widely assumed that he has played his last down as a Patriot. On Friday, Thomas seemingly expedited that possibility, opening up to the Boston Globe about his friction with the Patriots’ coaching staff, including a lengthy rant against the team’s rehabilitation methods.
Posted: Saturday, April 3rd, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Billy Miller, Clinton Portis, Donnie Edwards, Drew Brees, Eugene Amano, Kevin Mawae, Larry Johnson, New Orleans Saints, Tennessee Titans, Washington Redskins, willie parker
Kevin Mawae’s playing days might not be over in Tennessee, the Redskins have an open competition at running back and Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees has been spending time with American troops overseas. To find out more, go Around the Web…
Titans coach Jeff Fisher has a very simple message for his young QB, Vince Young: Keep winning.
The Denver Broncos have expressed some interest in Pro Bowl C Kevin Mawae, according to a league source.
Titans coach Jeff Fisher said Friday at the NFL Scouting Combine that the team has chosen to begin a youth movement at center and is prepared to move on without Kevin Mawae. While he said he would love for Mawae to return, Fisher made it clear that the veteran would be a backup.
Kevin Mawae‘s agent, Mark Bartelstein, told The Tennessean on Monday that he expects his client to be a free agent starting March 5, saying there’s no progress in negotiations with the team.
The Titans kept veteran guard Eugene Amano off the free-agent market, but they don’t appear headed in the same direction with center Kevin Mawae.
Veteran guard Eugene Amano signed his five-year, $25.7 million contract with the Titans on Wednesday, keeping one of the more coveted potential free agents off the market.
Posted: Tuesday, February 16th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Carolina Panthers, Clinton Portis, Jake Delhomme, Keith Bulluck, Kevin Mawae, Kyle Vanden Bosch, New York Jets, Steve Wyche, Tennessee Titans, Vernon Gholston, Washington Redskins
NFL.com’s Steve Wyche reported Tuesday night that the Titans could part ways with veterans Kevin Mawae, Keith Bulluck and Kyle Vanden Bosch.
Veteran guard Eugene Amano told The Tennessean on Monday that he has agreed to a five-year contract to remain with the Titans.
The Titans want to re-sign Kevin Mawae, but the veteran center’s agent told The Tennessean that he hasn’t heard from the team.
The Titans are working on retaining two potential free agents, center Kevin Mawae and guard Eugene Amano, according to a league source.
Top executives from the NFL and NFLPA, including a handful of former and current players, met Saturday morning to address ongoing labor issues.