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Albert Haynesworth begins dialysis while testing of potential kidney donors proceeds

Former NFL defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth is moving closer to getting the kidney he needs. Via Jim Wyatt of the Titans’ official website, Haynesworth has provided an update regarding his health situation on Facebook. “First and foremost I want to thank each and everyone that prayed and supported me during this new ordeal, you guys [more]

NFL, NFLPA: We had “productive, constructive and beneficial” CBA talks

The NFL and NFLPA gathered for their fourth set of talks about a new Collective Bargaining Agreement on Wednesday and the schedule called for the meetings to last for three days. There was a change in plans, however, and the two sides wrapped things up after several hours of conversations. A joint statement from the [more]

Plenty of carries expected for Derrick Henry

No running back ended last year stronger than Tennessee’s Derrick Henry. Look for him to start this year strong as well. Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith intends to ride Henry this season, according to the Titans’ website. In December, Henry had 97 carries for 625 yards and eight touchdowns. That was the single most productive [more]

Todd Gurley should be very happy with his Madden rating

We’ve spent plenty of time the past couple of days talking about players being upset with their ratings in the new Madden game, and the motivation they have drawn from it. One player who shouldn’t be upset (and in turn has no basis for extra motiviation) is Rams running back Todd Gurley. Gurley is the [more]

Mike Vrabel on Marcus Mariota decision: We’re looking at next 7-10 years

Titans head coach Mike Vrabel has made it clear on multiple occasions that Marcus Mariota is his team’s starting quarterback for the 2019 season, but there are no guarantees for the second overall pick of the 2015 draft beyond that point. Mariota is in the fifth and final year of his rookie deal and there’s [more]

Aaron Rodgers’ Madden rating plummets

The full Madden ratings have been released, and a certain player with a reputation for being a tad sensitive may not be happy with the number he received. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who last year was one of seven players to get a game-high 99, has fallen all the way to 90. Still the No. [more]

Longtime Titans linebacker Derrick Morgan retires

Former Titans linebacker Derrick Morgan is calling it a career. Morgan, who was a free agent this offseason, says he wants to do new things with his life. “My purpose in life is bigger than the game,” Morgan told ESPN. “What football taught me was the power of influence. My goal is to create better [more]

Zach Mettenberger, Jonas Gray took part in this weekend’s XFL workouts

The XFL held its eighth and final showcase for players interested in jobs with team’s during the league’s reboot in 2020 in St. Louis this weekend. The first seven combine-style workouts were attended by handfuls of former NFL players and that remained the case this weekend. Former Browns first-round pick Trent Richardson and former Raiders [more]

Marcus Mariota, Titans receivers working out in L.A.

Russell Wilson isn’t the only quarterback working with his wideouts in Los Angeles this week. Jim Wyatt of the Titans website reports that Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota has gathered a group of receivers for workouts ahead of training camp. The Titans report to camp in two weeks. Tajae Sharpe, Taywan Taylor, Cameron Batson and A.J. [more]

“Hundreds of calls and offers” received after Albert Haynesworth asks for a kidney

Former NFL standout Albert Haynesworth has asked the fans for a kidney, and the fans are responding. Via the Knoxville News Sentinel, Vanderbilt University Medical Center chief communications officer John Howser said in a statement that the facility has received “hundreds of calls and offers for organ donation from well-wishers and individuals expressing interest.” That’s [more]

Would Mike Vrabel cut his genitals off to win Super Bowl? “Probably”

Titans head coach Mike Vrabel won three Super Bowls with the Patriots during his playing days, but it doesn’t look like those victories have diminished his desire to win another one in Tennessee. Vrabel was a guest on a podcast hosted by Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan and former Titans linebacker Will Compton recently and [more]

Albert Haynesworth needs kidney transplant

Albert Haynesworth retired after the 2011 season. He has had a couple of serious medical issues since. The two-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle announced on social media this week that he needs a kidney transplant and is seeking a donor. “Well, this is hard for me to say, but my doctors said I should reach [more]

Todd Gurley: I’m gonna miss Rodger Saffold, John Sullivan

Rams running back Todd Gurley doesn’t feel like he has to prove he’s still highly productive despite the knee injury that impacted the final stretch of his 2018 season, but there are plenty of people who feel otherwise given what we know about his condition. Gurley’s ability to put together another big year will be [more]

Titans to hold nine open training camp practices, including a pair with Patriots

Titans fans won’t be able to watch their side take on the Patriots during the regular season this year, but they will be able to see the two teams on the practice field this summer. The Titans will face the Patriots at Nissan Stadium in Nashville in an August 17 preseason game and they announced [more]

Kamalei Correa excited for second season with Titans

Titans outside linebacker Kamalei Correa had less than two weeks to get used to a new team before regular season games got underway last September after being traded to Tennessee by the Baltimore Ravens. Now with a full year under his belt, Correa is excited for his second season with the Titans. “I love it [more]

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