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  • Titans WR Taywan Taylor Aims to Take Next Step in 2018

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted 11 hours ago

    Titans rookie receiver Taywan Taylor played in every game during his rookie season, and he said he learned a lot. He believes the experience should help him moving forward.

  • ESPN’s Mel Kiper Has Titans Taking a RB in 1st Round of Draft

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 21, 2018

    ESPN’s Mel Kiper released his second 2018 NFL Mock Draft (2.0) on Wednesday, and he has the Titans picking USC running back Ronald Jones II with the 25th overall pick.

  • How Football Changed Titans Kicker Ryan Succop’s Life

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 21, 2018

    Ryan Succop had to be talked into going out for his high school’s football team. After signing a five-year contract extension with the Titans on Tuesday, Succop discussed his journey from high school to the NFL.

  • Titans, Kicker Ryan Succop Agree to Contract Extension

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 20, 2018

    The Titans and kicker Ryan Succop on Tuesday agreed to a five-year contract extension that will keep him with the team in 2018 and beyond.

  • Titans LB Avery Williamson in Israel for “Memorable” Tour

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 19, 2018

    Titans linebacker Avery Williamson is in Israel, in the final 24 hours of his week-long tour with other NFL players. He presented a Titans jersey to Israel president Reuven Rivlin on Sunday, and on Monday he met with Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel. Williamson was baptized in the Jordan River.

  • Ex-NFL QB Kordell Stewart Shares Vision for Mariota, Titans

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 16, 2018

    Former NFL quarterback Kordell Stewart shared his thoughts on Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota, and new head coach Mike Vrabel, his teammate with the Steelers, with Titans Online.

  • Nashville One of Five Finalists for Hosting NFL Draft

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 15, 2018

    The NFL on Thursday announced Nashville is one of five finalists for hosting the 2019 or 2020 NFL Draft. Cities will be picked at the NFL meetings in May. A city for each year will be selected at that time.

  • Rams RB Todd Gurley on Titans OC Matt LaFleur: “He’s Ready”

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 15, 2018

    Todd Gurley, the NFL’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2017, believes Matt LaFleur is ready for the next step with the Titans. The Titans hired LaFleur as the team’s new offensive coordinator last month under new head coach Mike Vrabel.

  • HOF LB Ray Lewis Provides Insight on Titans DC Dean Pees

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 14, 2018

    Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis spent three seasons with former Ravens linebackers coach/defensive coordinator Dean Pees. In an interview with Titans Online, Lewis provided some insight on what Pees, hired last month as defensive coordinator with the Titans, will bring to his new team.

  • New Titans QBs Coach Evaluating Marcus Mariota

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 13, 2018

    Pat O’Hara crossed paths with Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota at the NFL Combine several years ago, and more recently he’s admired him from afar. Now O’Hara, hired last month at new quarterbacks coach for the Titans, is on a crash course studying his prized pupil.

  • Titans Finalize Coaching Staff with Additional Hires

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 13, 2018

    New Titans head coach Mike Vrabel has made the final additions to his first coaching staff.

  • Titans WRs Coach Rob Moore Talks Expectations, Corey Davis

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 12, 2018

    New Titans receivers coach Rob Moore played the game at a high level. During his coaching career, he’s also tutored some top NFL receivers. Now he’s set to take over a group in Tennessee that’s young, and talented.

  • Who Will Titans Pick? A Tour of the Mock Drafts

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 12, 2018

    Who will the Titans pick in the first round of the NFL Draft? Check out the first tour of the mock drafts. The Titans are scheduled to pick 25th overall.

  • Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins Praises Titans Coach Mike Vrabel

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 9, 2018

    Texans receiver DeAndre Hopkins spent the past four years with new Titans head coach Mike Vrabel in Houston. Hopkins had some nice things to say about Vrabel over the weekend at NFL Honors from Super Bowl LII.

  • Titans Secondary Coach Kerry Coombs Fired Up, Ready to Go

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 8, 2018

    New Titans secondary coach Kerry Coombs became known for his fiery approach while coaching in high school, and it continued at Ohio State. Now in the NFL, Coombs said he has no plans to change his style.

  • Titans OC Matt LaFleur Shares Vision for Offense, Mariota

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 7, 2018

    New Titans offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur has a vision, and if all goes well, it will produce winning results for the offense, and quarterback Marcus Mariota. On Wednesday, LaFleur provided some insight.

  • New Titans DC Dean Pees Discusses His Plan on Defense

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 7, 2018

    New Titans defensive coordinator Dean Pees found out in a hurry retirement wasn’t for him. On Wednesday, the veteran coach discussed his plans for Tennessee, and why he’s thrilled to coach the Titans.

  • Titans Add Three More Assistant Coaches

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 6, 2018

    Titans head coach Mike Vrabel has made another round of hires for his coaching staff, including his coaches on the offensive line and defensive line.

  • John Clayton Ponders: Can Titans Take the Next Step?

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 6, 2018

    From Super Bowl LII Radio Row, long-time NFL writer John Clayton discussed the offseason moves in Tennessee, and what could be ahead in 2018.

  • Ravens HOF Ray Lewis: Titans RB Eddie George Motivated Me

    By Jim Wyatt - Posted Feb 5, 2018

    Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame over the weekend, said Titans running back Eddie George pushed him to get better during his playing career.