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Shoulder healed, Jerry Tillery makes the rounds before the draft

Notre Dame defensive tackle Jerry Tillery had shoulder surgery last month, and he’s now healed and ready for the draft. Per a league source, Tillery’s recent return to Indianapolis for a medical recheck went well. He had played eight games last year with a torn labrum. His pre-draft visits include the Saints, Bucs, Eagles, Colts, [more]

BYU LB Sione Takitaki visiting Dolphins, Titans

BYU linebacker Sione Takitaki is finishing a visit with the Dolphins and then headed to the Titans, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports. The Titans worked him out last week. Takitaki has had seven workouts and several other visits. Takitaki played 41 games at BYU and made 241 tackles, 33.5 tackles for loss, 15.5 sacks [more]

Nate Davis makes the pre-draft rounds

UNC Charlotte offensive lineman Nate Davis is generating plenty of attention in the days preceding the 2019 draft. Per a league source, Davis will rack up a total of 10 pre-draft visits. He either has visited or will visit the Rams, Vikings, Panthers, Titans, Bills, Bears, Washington, Falcons, Jaguars, and Patriots. The six-three, 311-pound Davis, [more]

Get your Stanley Cup playoffs highlights right here

If you’re familiar with PFT Live, you’re aware that shows broadcast during the Stanley Cup playoffs include highlights from Stanley Cup playoffs games. Thursday’s show covered in less than three minutes the five games played on the opening night of the 2018-19 postseason. So from Penguins-Islanders to Blue Jackets-Lightning to Blues-Jets to Stars-Predators to Golden [more]

Which team(s) should call the Seahawks about Russell Wilson?

With former Jaguars and Raiders coach Jack Del Rio throwing a foreign object into the punch receptacle regarding Russell Wilson‘s tenure with the Seahawks, an obvious question arises: If Seattle would consider trading Wilson, who should be calling? Although a trade would make more sense in 2020, when Wilson’s salary spikes from $17 million under [more]

Titans, Patriots talking about joint practices this summer

The NFL released the preseason schedule on Tuesday and it includes a matchup between the Patriots and Titans in Nashville during the second week of exhibition action. It looks like the two teams will also be practicing together in the days leading up to the game. Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said that he and [more]

Jaylon Ferguson visiting Bills, with Giants and others to follow

Louisiana Tech pass rusher Jaylon Ferguson is collecting the frequent-flier miles this month. He will visit more than half of the teams in the NFL before draft day. Ferguson is in Buffalo today, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports, with the Giants up next, followed by the Colts and Eagles later in the week. The [more]

Titans owner hopes Bud Adams has chance in expanded Hall of Fame

Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk, a member of the NFL’s Hall of Fame committee, hinted at an expanded class of Hall of Famers for the 100th anniversary of the league. It’s unclear whether the class would include only seniors candidates, or contributors and modern-era candidates as well. But Strunk hopes her father, Bud Adams, [more]

Titans sign Logan Woodside, Keith Towbridge

Quarterback Logan Woodside was able to parley starting experience with the San Antonio Commanders of the Alliance of American Football into a spot on the Titans’ roster. The Titans announced Woodside’s signing on Monday. They also signed tight end Keith Towbridge, who played for Atlanta in the AAF before it shut down last week. Woodside [more]

NFL more comfortable with Titans’ ownership structure

Almost a year has passed since we last heard about Susie Adams Smith trying to sell her one-third stake in the Titans. The league appears to be getting more comfortable with the franchise’s ownership structure, with Amy Adams Strunk in control. “I can’t speak for Commissioner [Roger] Goodell, but I think it’s a dead issue,” [more]

Delanie Walker using injury as motivation

Some players shy away from evidence of past injuries. Titans tight end Delanie Walker watched his badly broken right ankle repeatedly, without looking away. “This is going to be my motivation year,” Walker said, via Jim Wyatt of the team’s official website “I always say that I am motivated every year, but coming off an [more]

Which teams will fail to make it to their projected win totals?

The folks in Las Vegas have issued projected win totals for all 32 teams. On Monday, Simms and I drafted the teams most likely to exceed the projections. On Tuesday, we flipped it around. Which teams are most likely to fail to make it to their projected victory count? The segment from today’s PFT Live [more]

Washington not signing Kenny Britt “at this time”

Kenny Britt visited Washington on Monday, but the team will not be signing the free agent receiver “at this time,” John Keim of ESPN reports. Britt had his best season with Case Keenum as his quarterback in 2016 with the Rams. Britt caught 68 passes for 1,002 yards and five touchdowns that season as Keenum [more]

Nashville chopping down trees to make room for NFL draft

Some in Nashville are crying foul over a decision to cut down 21 cherry trees to make room for the NFL draft. The Tennessean reports that the trees will be cut down on Monday morning, a decision that Nashville Tree Foundation Board President Noni Nielsen called “incredibly short-sighted,” for an event that will last only [more]

Titans plan to ride Derrick Henry from the start this season

Titans running back Derrick Henry ran for 585 of his 1,059 yards in the final four weeks of the 2018 regular season and the hope in Tennessee is that they’ll be able to see that kind of production from the jump this year. General Manager Jon Robinson and head coach Mike Vrabel both said this [more]

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