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Jimmy Morris

Titans to debut “Igniting the Fire” on Facebook watch tomorrow night

This should be fun.

It is probably sad how excited I got when I saw this tweet from the Titans official account earlier today:

New coaches. New players. New access. ??

The series premiere of Igniting the Fire debuts tomorrow, June 19th at 7 PM (CT) exclusively on #Titans Facebook Watch.

Watch It Here. Every Tuesday. : https://t.co/7y9Z3jJ794 pic.twitter.com/vEWnXKCjOH

— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) June 18, 2018

The Titans have come a long way in the way they market the team over the last...

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Mike B. Herndon

See where the top Titans rank in the leaked Madden 19 ratings

Apparently EA Sports doesn’t watch offensive line play.

The release (or leak) or Madden ratings — and me getting mad about them — is one of those things that reminds me that football season is quickly approaching each year. Today, Madden-School.com posted all the ratings above 80 for each team except for the Bears, Broncos, Bucs, Bills, and Bengals (not sure why its all the “B” teams, but whatever). They did note that this was from an early build of the game so ratings may change...

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Robert Greenlaw

Titans Links: Vamos!

What a weekend this was in football.... errrrr... futbol. Iceland gets plays to a draw against Argentina, Mexico defeats Germany, and on a much lesser scale Switzerland ties Brazil.

Who is everyone rooting for in the World Cup? And if you don’t watch soccer, why are you the way that you are?

Huddle up! The mailbag is here.

Don’t sell Dion Lewis short, says John Glennon, the little man can play. I think Dion is going to make a huge impact on this team.

With OTAs over, that means...

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Dion Lewis says he and Derrick Henry can be NFL's best RB duo

It's Derrick Henry's turn to be the lead back, but Tennessee didn't sign Dion Lewis to be a change-of-pace reserve. Said Lewis: "We can both eat."

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Former Tennessee wide receiver inks deal with Saints

Another former Vol makes his way onto an NFL roster. Josh Smith may have exited the NFL Draft as a free agent back in April, but the former Tennessee wide receiver didn’t let that stop him from pursuing his dream of playing at the next level.After participating in a tryout during the New Orleans Saints’ minicamp last week, Smith was offered a contract to join the team on Thursday according to NOLA.com. The deal is good for three years, and Smith will officially share the company of...

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Colts claim Zach Pascal off waivers from Tennessee

The Colts claimed receiver Zach Pascal off waivers from Tennessee. They waived receiver Kayaune Ross in a corresponding move. Pascal spent time on the Titans’ active roster and practice squad as a rookie in 2017 but did not see game action. He participated in Washington’s 2017 offseason program and training camp as an undrafted free [more]

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Top 5 takeaways from Titans OTAs and minicamp

Who is generating #buzz and other storylines from the team’s recently completed offseason training period. The Titans wrapped up minicamp on Thursday with a visit to the shooting range to learn gun safety with the Metro Nashville Police Department replacing the final practice session. We won’t see the team on the field again until they kickoff training camp on July 26th, but I wanted to take a quick moment to recap the offseason program and what we learned from it — if anything —...

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Titans visit Nashville Police training academy on last day of minicamp

The Tennessee Titans brought their entire roster and coaching staff to the Nashville Metro Police training academy on Thursday, using the last day of minicamp to get to know the police in their community and learn about firearms safety. Titans General Manager Jon Robinson organized the event at which players went through a shooting simulator [more]

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Robert Greenlaw

Titans Links: Victorious

The Titan Games winner is the one and only John Theus! Congrats to the big guy on besting the rest of the team.

Practice was cancelled yesterday, and in its stead, the Titans went to the Metro Police Training Academy. Pretty cool day for the Titans, and a nice team-bonding experience.

Harold Landry signed his rookie contract with the Titans yesterday, meaning all 4 draft picks are now under contract.

Have a great Father’s Day Weekend, everyone!

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Justin Graver

Titans Sign 2nd-Round Pick Harold Landry To Rookie Contract

The Titans have come to terms with the team’s entire 2018 Draft Class.

The Titans wrapped up their three-day minicamp on Thursday, June 14th, with a team-bonding trip to the MNPD Training Academy for a bit of gun safety instruction and community relations development.

Coach Vrabel canceled practice and surprised #Titans players with a training day with @MNPDNashville pic.twitter.com/RCTmXGtUwC

— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) June 14, 2018

But that’s not the only thing the team...

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Titans sign rookie DE Harold Landry

The Titans have signed second-round defensive end Harold Landry, a source tells Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (on Twitter). The former Boston College standout will earn roughly $6.7MM over the course of his four-year deal in accordance with his slot at No. 41 overall. The deal includes a signing bonus worth nearly $3MM.Landry, a 6-3, 250-pound athlete, was an absolute monster at Boston College. He broke out in his junior season as he tallied 22 tackles for a loss and 16.5 sacks in 2016. Last year,...

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Titans attend Nashville Police academy to learn about firearms safety

NFL teams have made an effort in recent years to improve the relationship between local police departments and their communities, and the Tennessee Titans took a step toward accomplishing that goal on Thursday.The Metro Nashville Police Department shared some photos that showed Titans players and coaches attending an class to learn how officers are trained in firearms safety. While many have lost sight of the cause, Colin Kaepernick’s initial decision to kneel during the national anthem...

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Marcus Mariota “more than willing” to continue growing with current receivers

Titans tight end Delanie Walker said recently that he’d welcome Dez Bryant to Tennessee to round out the team’s wide receiver group, but there hasn’t been a sign that the team is plotting a move to bring the veteran to Nashville. If they do, it won’t be because of any public pushing from quarterback Marcus [more]

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Robert Greenlaw

Titans Links: Perfection?

Gregg Rosenthal wrote about every AFC team’s weakness going into 2018. Surprisingly enough, he said the Titans do not have a weak spot. First off, I can hardly believe that anyone wrote that, but it should be a very good sign of what JRob has done in just a few years after taking over arguably the worst roster in the NFL. I would argue the Titans’ weak spot is WR. We do not have anyone that has proven to be a #1, and even though I think Corey Davis has the potential to be that, we need...

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Jimmy Morris

Marcus Mariota and the wider throwing base

No doubt he has put some time in on this one.

Marcus Mariota had a lot of issues last season. One of those issues was his fundamentals. It seemed like he threw off his back foot more last year than he had in the 3 years prior. Some of that was probably because of the leg injury he suffered at the end of the 2016 season, but some of that was probably because he did some back sliding in the fundamentals department.

One of the things he has talked about this offseason is throwing with a wider...

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John R. Kinsley

Where is Deshaun Watson at through one season?

A look inside the star sophomore quarterback’s highs, lows, and what the Titans can expect from the play calling around him.

Few quarterbacks had a rookie season as beloved as the one Deshaun Watson had in 2017.

Drafted by the Texans with the 12th pick of that year’s draft, Watson had a record setting rookie year, captivating audiences and Houston sports fans in the process. He’s the first player in NFL history with 400+ passing yards, 4+ TD passes, and 50+ rushing yards in a single...

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Jim Wyatt

Observations from Wednesday’s Titans Minicamp

TitansOnline.com Senior Writer and Editor Jim Wyatt gives his observations from Wednesday's minicamp at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

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Jim Wyatt

Updates from Titans Minicamp at Saint Thomas Sports Park

TitansOnline.com Senior Writer and Editor Jim Wyatt offers live updates from Wednesday's minicamp at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

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Jim Wyatt

Titans Safety Kevin Byard Ready to Lead Way in 2018

Titans safety Kevin Byard led the NFL in takeaways in 2017, and he was named All-Pro, and a Pro Bowler. He’s ready to make a big impact again in 2018 – as a playmaker, and “a better leader.”

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John Glennon

Titans Rookie Dane Cruikshank Ready to Make His Move

A fifth-round pick last April, defensive back Dane Cruikshank is already one of the best athletes on the team. His transition to the NFL will hinge as much on his mental abilities as his physical skill set.

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