With his future in Philadelphia in question, CB Asante Samuel will report to the Eagles’ training camp Monday, according to a league source.
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Former Titans coach Jeff Fisher was on “NFL Total Access” on Monday and talked about what to expect in training camps around the league.
Posted: Wednesday, June 1st, 2011 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Bernard Berrian, Chrisitan Ponder, Darren Sproles, Donovan McNabb, Jahvid Best, Jim Schwartz, Joseph Addai, Leslie Frazier, Mike Anderson, Mikel Leshoure, Olandis Gary, Percy Harvin, Reuben Droughns, Ronnie Brown, Ryan Torain, Sidney Rice, Steve Slaton, Vince Young, Visanthe Shiancoe
Lions coach Jim Schwartz has a plan for his backfield, and it’s not going to improve the fantasy value of Jahvid Best.
Posted: Wednesday, April 20th, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2011 NFL Draft, A.J. Green, Anthony Castonzo, Ben Ijalana, Blaine Gabbert, Cam Newton, Da'Quan Bowers, Edmund Gates, Jake Locker, Jimmy Smith, Julio Jones, Kenrick Ellis, Mike Mayock, Mike Pouncey, Nick Fairley, Patrick Peterson, Prince Amukamara, RObert Quinn, Taiwan Jones, Tim Tebow, Tyron Smith, Vince Young, Will Rackley
NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock spent 90 minutes Wednesday on a conference call talking with reporters about the 2011 NFL Draft. Those 90 minutes proved to be a gold mine of pre-draft knowledge, with Mayock sharing his thoughts on many of the prospects and what NFL teams are thinking.
Joe Flacco wants a longterm extension soon; the Baltimore Ravens prefer to wait. Opinions have been somewhat divided on Flacco as to whether he’s a franchise-caliber quarterback or not.
Chris Johnson’s trip to paradise has been hindered by the bewilderment of what the heck is going on back in Tennessee.
Chris Johnson tells NFL Network’s Marshall Faulk the Titans had difficulty blocking out the distraction caused by the friction between Vince Young and Jeff Fisher last season.
One of the more intriguing names in the upcoming 2011 NFL Draft is Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton. Not only regarding where he’ll be drafted, but the inevitable comparisons to failed (so far) quarterbacks JaMarcus Russell and Vince Young.
Bo Scaife said what a lot of us had already been thinking when he told Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean this week that the Titans locker room just might be divided over Vince Young.
Randy Moss has had minimal impact on the field during his breif tenure with the Titans, but head coach Jeff Fisher paints a pretty clear picture of how the veteran receiver has had an impact on the team.
Posted: Monday, December 6th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Kenny Britt, Austin Collie, Indianapolis Colts, Jacob Tamme, Joseph Addai, Kenny Britt, Mike Hart, Peyton Manning, Reggie Wayne, Tennessee Titans, Vince Young
Titans WR Kenny Britt wasn’t listed on the team’s injury report on Monday, a good indication that he will be available against the Colts on Thursday night.
Unfortunately for the Titans, one of the most popular questions around the NFL right now is this: Who will be left standing in Tennessee, Jeff Fisher or Vince Young?
Posted: Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Andre Johnson, Austin Collie, Ben Roethlisberger, Blair White, Brian St. Pierre, DeSean Jackson, Drew Brees, Dwayne Bowe, Fireman Ed, Isaac Redman, Kerry Collins, Michael Vick, Mike Wallace, Oakland Raiders, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Richard Seymour, Rusty Smith, Steve Johnson, Tyler Thigpen, Vince Young
Poor Chargers QB Philip Rivers, four touchdowns and nobody is going to bother to notice. At least not after Eagles QB Michael Vick set the bar so high. At least he’s in the mix for Hall of Fame QB Dan Marino‘s single-season passing record.
Jeff Fisher is never going to let one player hold his team hostage. The focus is and always should be on the team, and never about anyone else but the team. For Vince Young to walk out on Fisher in front of the whole team, it was clear he was walking out on them.
Vince Young is out as the starter for the Titans, and his long-term future in Tennessee appears to be in jeopardy as well.