The two franchises have stable front offices and coaches that know what they are doing and recent records prove it.
The wide receiver, formerly of the Broncos and Jets, is officially now a Titan as of Sunday.
The Titans report to training camp at the end of July.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Just a day after being officially released by the New York Jets, wide receiver Eric Decker is wasting no time tryi…
The move was made since both Tennessee Titans players, as well as they man suing them, reside in Nashville.
The two-time All-Conference USA team member owns every major receiving record at Western Kentucky for a season and career totals.
With the first session of OTAs over the past three days, the team has added some play-making rookies.
The Titans and Nissan Stadium hosted their annual 5K event Saturday morning.
The team signed wide receiver Darius Jennings and fullback Joe Bacci to their 90-man roster.
The Titans have been regulars in Smashville the past two seasons, including head coach Mike Mularkey.
A week after letting go College Scouting Director Blake Beddingfield, the Titans are shuffling rolls in the department.
The practices will take place the mornings of August 16 and 17th at Saint Thomas Sports Park.
The nine rookie draft picks will take the field for the first time, and they will be joined by 12 undrafted free agents.
Dante Satterfield filed the suit in federal court Wednesday against wide receiver Tajae Sharpe and lineman Sebastian Tretola.
Kevin Byard has a unique perspective on a Titans class that had three of its top four picks play at the mid-major level.
Many have started to point to the Titans as the “favorite” in the AFC South, and I have to agree it would be easy to do.
Metro police told News 2 the incident with Michael Oher happened on April 14 near Eighth Avenue South and Wedgewood.
Derrick Henry missed the first two weeks of the team’s volunteer workouts while he finished a class at Alabama.
Just when Aiden thought he missed seeing the players on the Titans’ caravan, Jon Robinson saw the tears in the boy’s eyes.
Tennessee’s first three offensive selections played at the only college that wanted them coming out of high school, including wide receiver …