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Titans get four starters back at practice

The bye week was good for the Titans on the injury front. They played without four starters in their Week 10 win over the Chiefs and the time off has agreed with all of them. Wide receiver Corey Davis, defensive tackle Jurrell Casey, tight end Delanie Walker and linebacker Jayon Brown were all practicing with [more]

Doug Marrone: “Big mistake” not to run Leonard Fournette more often

The Jaguars got quarterback Nick Foles back in the lineup against the Colts last Sunday and he threw the ball 47 times in hs return to action. In hindsight, head coach Doug Marrone thinks that might have been too much work for the quarterback in a 33-13 loss to the Colts. The Jaguars set a [more]

AFC playoff picture: A change atop the AFC South

The Colts were on the outside looking in at the playoffs at this time last week, but their positioning looks a lot better after Week 11. They beat the Jaguars on Sunday while the Texans lost to the Ravens, which led to Indianapolis leapfrogging Houston into first place in the AFC South. They’ll get a [more]

Seven teams attended Colin Kaepernick’s workout

Most teams in the league were expected to attend Colin Kaepernick’s workout Saturday. When the workout was moved from the Falcons’ training facility to a high school field an hour away amid sniping between the league and Kaepernick’s representatives, most teams opted out. Seven teams ended up attending the workout, according to Adam Schefter of [more]

NFL fines Taylor Lewan $10,527

Titans offensive tackle Taylor Lewan said after Sunday’s victory over the Chiefs that he was disappointed in his penalties. He had three, including one for unnecessary roughness. The NFL was disappointed in Lewan, too. It fined him $10,527 for his personal foul. Lewan has nine penalties in six games, putting him on pace to break [more]

Which teams are attending Colin Kaepernick’s workout?

Colin Kaepernick will workout for scouts Saturday in Atlanta. As PFT reported earlier Thursday, the league has not provided and does not plan to provide Kaepernick’s representatives with the names of those attending. The only certainty Kaepernick has received came from General Managers who informed Kaepernick’s camp that they will not attend. We have compiled [more]

Titans sign FB/RB Khari Blasingame from Vikings practice squad

Fullback/running back Khari Blasingame played his college football in Nashville and he’s headed back to the city to play for their NFL team. The Titans announced on Wednesday that they have signed Blasingame to their 53-man roster. Blasingame was on the Vikings’ practice squad before Wednesday’s move. Blasingame ran 96 times for 401 yards and [more]

Titans waive Rod Smith

The Titans waived running back Rod Smith on Tuesday, the team announced. Smith, 27, played three games for Tennessee after signing Oct. 8. He saw action on 39 special teams snaps and none on offense this season. He began the season on the Giants’ injured reserve list before being waived off IR. Smith has played [more]

Bucs claim Aaron Stinnie off waivers from Titans

The Buccaneers announced Monday they were awarded offensive guard Aaron Stinnie off waivers from the Titans. They waived center Nate Trewyn in a corresponding move. Stinnie entered the league as an undrafted free agent out of James Madison, signing with the Titans in 2018. He has played four career games. Stinnie has played 14 offensive [more]

Taylor Lewan feels he’s killing the Titans with penalties

The Titans rallied to beat the Chiefs on Sunday afternoon, but left tackle Taylor Lewan wasn’t focused solely on coming back to get a win when the game came to an end. Lewan committed three penalties during the game, including a personal foul for unnecessary roughness, and has had an issue with penalties since returning [more]

AFC playoff picture: Steelers would be in

When the Steelers lost their first two games, and lost Ben Roethlisberger for the season, it appeared hopeless. It wasn’t. In fact, if the playoffs started today, the Steelers would be in. Here’s how the AFC playoff race looks through Week 10: LEADERS 1. Patriots (8-1) The clear favorites for home-field advantage, although the Ravens [more]

LeSean McCoy a healthy scratch because he’s “not getting any younger”

The Chiefs made running back LeSean McCoy a healthy scratch against the Titans on Sunday, and coach Andy Reid explained why after the game. Reid called Sunday a “load management” day for McCoy. “LeSean’s not getting any younger, so it’s important I manage him the right way as we go,” Reid told reporters, via Adam [more]

Patrick Mahomes’s knee is “doing fine”

The Chiefs got quarterback Patrick Mahomes back in the lineup on Sunday and he certainly didn’t look like he was having any issues with his knee during the game. Mahomes missed two games after dislocating his kneecap in Week Seven and returned to action by completing 36-of-50 passes for 446 yards and three touchdowns. One [more]

Emmanuel Ogbah tore his pectoral Sunday

The Chiefs lost to the Titans on Sunday and they also lost a key piece of their defensive front. Head coach Andy Reid said after the game that defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah tore his pectoral muscle during the 35-32 loss. Ogbah will likely miss the rest of the season as a result of the injury. [more]

Titans say they timed Chiefs’ cadence to block last-second field goal

The Titans clinched their upset of the Chiefs today by blocking a field goal on the last play, and they timed that block perfectly. The man who blocked the kick, defensive back Joshua Kalu, said after the game that he was figuring out the Chiefs’ cadence on field goals throughout the game. By the Chiefs’ [more]

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