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  • Tue., Jul. 29, 2014 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM CDT Live Ken Whisenhunt Press Conference WATCH LIVE as Tennessee Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt addresses reporters following the Titans' Training Camp practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

    Time: approx 5:00 pm CT
  • Thu., Jul. 31, 2014 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM CDT Live Ken Whisenhunt Press Conference WATCH LIVE as Tennessee Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt addresses reporters following the Titans' Training Camp practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

    Time: approx 11:30 am CT
  • Fri., Aug. 01, 2014 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM CDT Live Titans Live: Training Camp Titans Online is committing more resources to training camp than ever before.

    The site will go live from training camp for the first 30 minutes of every “public” practice from Saint Thomas Sports Park, giving viewers an up-close look at the action on the field with insight from the “Voice of the Titans” Mike Keith, general manager Ruston Webster and former Titans linebacker Keith Bulluck.

    Additional guests will provide color during the course of camp.

    Time - 3:00 - 3:30 p.m.
  • Sun., Aug. 03, 2014 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM CDT Live Titans Live: Training Camp Titans Online is committing more resources to training camp than ever before.

    The site will go live from training camp for the first 30 minutes of every “public” practice from Saint Thomas Sports Park, giving viewers an up-close look at the action on the field with insight from the “Voice of the Titans” Mike Keith, general manager Ruston Webster and former Titans linebacker Keith Bulluck.

    Additional guests will provide color during the course of camp.

    Time - 2:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Wed., Aug. 06, 2014 9:30 AM - 10:00 AM CDT Live Titans Live: Training Camp Titans Online is committing more resources to training camp than ever before.

    The site will go live from training camp for the first 30 minutes of every “public” practice from Saint Thomas Sports Park, giving viewers an up-close look at the action on the field with insight from the “Voice of the Titans” Mike Keith, general manager Ruston Webster and former Titans linebacker Keith Bulluck.

    Additional guests will provide color during the course of camp.

    Time - 9:30 - 10:00 a.m.
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  • Mon., Aug. 11, 2014 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM CDT Live Titans Live: Training Camp Titans Online is committing more resources to training camp than ever before.

    The site will go live from training camp for the first 30 minutes of every “public” practice from Saint Thomas Sports Park, giving viewers an up-close look at the action on the field with insight from the “Voice of the Titans” Mike Keith, general manager Ruston Webster and former Titans linebacker Keith Bulluck.

    Additional guests will provide color during the course of camp.

    Time - 3:00 - 3:30 p.m.
  • Tue., Aug. 12, 2014 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM CDT Live Titans Live: Training Camp Titans Online is committing more resources to training camp than ever before.

    The site will go live from training camp for the first 30 minutes of every “public” practice from Saint Thomas Sports Park, giving viewers an up-close look at the action on the field with insight from the “Voice of the Titans” Mike Keith, general manager Ruston Webster and former Titans linebacker Keith Bulluck.

    Additional guests will provide color during the course of camp.

    Time - 3:00 - 3:30 p.m.
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5 Things About: Titans Fourth-Round Pick DaQuan Jones

Posted by Craig Peters on May 15, 2014 – 12:36 pm

The Titans drafted Penn State defensive lineman DaQuan Jones in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft with the 112th overall pick. Jones agreed to terms of his contract with the Titans Wednesday.

Here are five things to know about one of the newest Titans:

The Titans selected DaQuan Jones out of Penn State with the first of their two picks in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

The Titans selected DaQuan Jones out of Penn State with the first of their two picks in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

1) Jones will add size (6-foot-4, 322 pounds) and versatility to the Titans defensive line. He has experience in 4-3 and 3-4 defenses, which will be helpful as Tennessee implements a “hybrid” system with elements of both under new coordinator Ray Horton.

2) Jones was a highly-rated offensive lineman in high school who switched to defense at Penn State. He started 23 of 46 games he played, progressing each season. Jones had 56 tackles (33 solos), three sacks and a team-best 11.5 tackles for loss in 2013 when teammates selected him as the team’s Most Valuable Player.

3) Jones became the fourth Nittany Lions defensive tackle to be selected as the outstanding senior player since the award was created in 1978, joining Lou Benfatti (1993), Brandon Noble (1996) and Devon Still (2011), a second-round pick by Cincinnati in 2012.

4) The person Jones said inspires him the most is his father, Steve Jones, a single parent who “treasures the small things in life and keeps things in perspective.” Steve Jones works as a chef at Cornell University, and Jones said his father’s chicken parmesan is his favorite food.

5) Jones said criminal justice classes were his favorite. He spent part of his 2013 summer as an intern with the Spring Township (Pa.) Police Department.


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5 Things About: Titans Second-Round Pick Bishop Sankey

Posted by Craig Peters on May 14, 2014 – 12:03 pm

The Titans drafted Washington running back Bishop Sankey in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft with the 54th overall pick.

Here are five things to know about one of the newest Titans:

The Titans selected Bishop Sankey out of Washington in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

The Titans selected Bishop Sankey out of Washington in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

1) Sankey was third on Washington’s depth chart before injuries created an opportunity for him in the second game of the 2012 season. He made the most of his playing time, with 1,439 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns on 289 carries and 249 yards on 33 receptions as a sophomore. Sankey followed with a school-record 1,870 rushing yards and second-highest season total of 20 rushing TDs.

2) Sankey was watching the NFL Draft with family and friends at Fort McArthur Air Force Base in San Pedro, Calif., when he was selected by the Titans. (Sankey’s father is in the Air Force and works with ROTC at UCLA).

3) NFL Media fantasy football editor Michael Fabiano recently predicted that Sankey has an opportunity to make one of the biggest impacts of any rookie. The Titans love Sankey’s versatility, and his ability to catch passes out of the backfield could enhance his offensive numbers (in fantasy and reality).

4) Sankey said his “favorite athlete as a child” was running back Javon Ringer, a fifth-round pick by Tennessee out of Michigan State in 2009. Ringer played in 37 games in four seasons with the Titans but was limited by injuries.

5) Sankey, whose middle name is Shaquille, said his pre-game playlist has “gospel at first, then some hip hop and some more upbeat stuff.”


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5 Things About: Titans First-Round Pick Taylor Lewan

Posted by Craig Peters on May 14, 2014 – 11:54 am

The Titans drafted Michigan tackle Taylor Lewan in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft with the 11th overall pick.

Here are five things to know about one of the newest Titans:

The Titans drafted tackle Taylor Lewan out of Michigan in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

The Titans drafted tackle Taylor Lewan out of Michigan in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

1) Lewan played defensive line his first three years in high school in Arizona before switching to offensive line for his senior season. He became the ninth offensive lineman to start four seasons at Michigan and was twice named Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year.

2) He wore No. 77 with Michigan and will do the same with the Titans. The number is significant to him because it was also worn by former Wolverines offensive lineman Jon Jansen (a second-round pick by the Washington Redskins in 1999) and Jake Long (a first-round pick by the Miami Dolphins in 2008 who is now with the St. Louis Rams).

3) In February, before the NFL Combine and 13 weeks to the day before Tennessee drafted Lewan, ESPN Draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. projected that outcome in a version of his mock draft. Kiper also correctly projected Greg Robinson would go to St. Louis at No. 2, but was slightly off on the destination for Jake Matthews, who was drafted by Atlanta at No. 6. Click here for a recap of Kiper’s comments from February about the depth at tackle.

4) Hands are important to an offensive lineman, and Lewan’s right hand has personality that may be concealed by gloves during games. He has a mustache tattoo on his index finger and a stick figure tattoo that he calls his “right-hand man.”

5) Lewan said he loves country music and motorcycles and listed Eric Church as his favorite music artist.


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Mike Mayock: Titans Took “Best Available Player” in Taylor Lewan

Posted by Gary Glenn on May 9, 2014 – 12:09 pm

Taylor LewanAnalysis from NFL Network’s Mike Mayock on the Titans’ selection of OT Taylor Lewan with the 11th overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft:

“They signed Michael Oher in free agency to play right tackle. Michael Roos, their starting left tackle, will turn 32 years old this season. I guess they trusted their board here. Lewan was the best available and the Titans took the best available player. He was the best athlete among offensive tackles testing at the NFL Scouting Combine. He has to get a little better in power. He has a nasty streak and occasionally you can see the power. Lewan is an immediate starter and will help the Tennessee Titans.”

 


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Titans CB Jason McCourty’s Fumble Return for TD in NFL’s Top 100

Posted by Craig Peters on May 6, 2014 – 4:44 pm

Jason McCourty’s forced fumble, recovery and 77-yard return for a touchdown was voted as the No. 89 play in NFL Network’s Top 100 Plays of 2013.

Jason McCourty's 77-yard TD return of a fumble he recovered at Seattle ranked at No. 89 in NFL Network's Top 100 Plays of 2013.

Jason McCourty’s 77-yard TD return of a fumble he recovered at Seattle ranked at No. 89 in NFL Network’s Top 100 Plays of 2013.

McCourty showed hustle, determination and speed on the final play of the first half during the Titans’ visit to Seattle last October.

The Seahawks lined up to attempt a short field goal with two seconds remaining, but backup holder Chris Maragos mishandled the hold, picked up the ball and tried to scramble.

As Titans safety Michael Griffin began tackling Maragos, McCourty attacked the ball, knocked it free and scooped it. He returned it 77 yards for a touchdown (the second score of his career) and a 10-7 halftime lead.

“When I saw (Michael Griffin) making the tackle, it was already fourth down, so the ball was going to be ours at the end of the half,” McCourty said after the game. “So I was just trying to get the ball out. Once the ball was on the ground, you try to get seven points out of it.”


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Trimmer Chance Warmack Focusing on Technique

Posted by Craig Peters on April 30, 2014 – 3:17 pm

A trimmer version of Chance Warmack returned to Saint Thomas Sports Park in April, and the guard said in addition to better fitness, he’s focusing on technique to prepare for his second pro season.

Chance Warmack said he wants to refine his technique for his second NFL season.

Chance Warmack said he wants to refine his technique for his second NFL season.

“That’s something that I still have to work on,” Warmack said. “The technique is the biggest thing you have to work on in the NFL because everybody is good and you can’t win off athleticism the majority of the time, so I think technique was the biggest thing I have to work on, especially in pass protection.”

It’s been a little more than a year since the Titans selected Warmack with the 10th overall pick of the 2013 NFL Draft, and the former Alabama player that didn’t miss a snap in his first season in the pros said he felt somewhat comfortable Tuesday when the Titans opened a three-day minicamp in which the offense and defense can compete against each other in helmets but not pads.

“I just felt calm, even when I was making mistakes I wasn’t riled up or anything,” Warmack said. “I asked questions and kept a level head, talked to my teammates and just kept playing through the play. If I messed up, I clapped it off and went to the next play.”

Warmack is likely to play between new right tackle Michael Oher and center Brian Schwenke (also drafted in 2013) this season.

“He’s a real cool guy. He was helping me out,” Warmack said. “He’s a really good guy in the times I’m working with him on the field, in the weight room or in the locker room. He talks to me, and we talk about a lot of stuff. We’re going to grow together throughout the season.”

Schwenke and left guard Andy Levitre are not physically participating in the minicamp because they are recovering from offseason surgeries, but Warmack said they’ve been “very much involved.”

“They’re constantly watching and asking questions and helping us,” Warmack said. “I asked Andy to help me with my pass protection with my hands and he gave me feedback immediately, so they’re very much involved and they’re involved in the walk-throughs. They’re in it, and I think that’s a positive. They’ll be ready by the season.”


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Jurrell Casey Sheds Pounds to Sack More Passers

Posted by Craig Peters on April 30, 2014 – 1:51 pm

Jurrell Casey thinks dropping pounds this offseason will help him drop more passers in 2014.

The 2011 third-round pick said he went from about 305 pounds to 290 and is “in great shape.” Casey missed the final game of the 2013 season with a knee injury but led Tennessee with a career-high 10.5 sacks, which ranked 16th in the NFL and tied for second among defensive tackles. He also set career highs with 90 tackles (49 solo) and 10 quarterback pressures.

Casey said the weight loss resulted mostly from eating healthier as he is prepping for his fourth pro season.

“I ended last year with a little injury so my biggest thing was to come back and make sure I’m still comfortable moving around out there,” Casey said Tuesday after the Titans opened a three-day voluntary minicamp. “That’s been the biggest thing, getting back in the rhythm, with all my bang-ups at the end of the year, so everything is feeling good at the moment. I just want to stay healthy and keep on pushing and get better this season.”

When asked how he wants to follow last season, Casey said, “I’ve got to top it, so I’ve got to push through.”

“My goal is still the same: 18-plus (sacks), so that’s what I’m aiming for this year and I’m going to keep on going until I get it and when I get it, I’ve got to keep going and get more.”

Eighteen sacks is the NFL single-season record for sacks by a defensive tackle (former Titans assistant coach Keith Millard in 1989).

Casey is expected to play a significant role in new Titans defensive coordinator Ray Horton’s hybrid scheme. Horton plans to implement elements of 3-4 and 4-3 defensive fronts.

“I came in a little lighter and I’m ready to move around and get to this 18-plus sacks. With the things we’ve got going in, you want to be able to move around, so you’ve got to be light on your feet, able to move around and that’s what I’ve been working on.”

 


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Titans TE Delanie Walker Joins ESPN’s Carolyn Peck for Nashville Tour

Posted by Craig Peters on April 6, 2014 – 12:28 pm

Titans TE Delanie Walker visits a boot store with ESPN basketball analyst Carolyn Peck during their tour of Nashville.

Titans TE Delanie Walker visits a boot store with ESPN basketball analyst Carolyn Peck during their tour of Nashville.

Titans tight end Delanie Walker joined ESPN basketball analyst Carolyn Peck for a recent tour of Nashville, which is hosting its first NCAA Women’s Final Four.

The semifinals are April 6, with the championship game scheduled for April 8 (Update: Notre Dame (37-0) and Connecticut (39-0) advanced to the championship game).

Walker and Peck visited the Country Music Hall of Fame, where they caught up with country star Bucky Covington while looking at a car that belonged to Elvis, and the Parthenon in Centennial Park. They also made time to hit up honkytonk staple Tootsie’s. Peck tried on some boots, and Walker bought a cowboy hat at a nearby shop (click here to watch the video).

Peck is a native of Jefferson City, Tenn. She played collegiately at Vanderbilt before working as an assistant coach at Tennessee, Kentucky and Purdue. Peck head coached the Lady Boilermakers to a national championship and later was head coach at Florida before joining ESPN’s broadcast team.

Walker had 60 receptions (second-most on the Titans) for 571 yards and led the team with six TD catches in his first season in Tennessee.


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GM: Titans Have Added ‘Key Players in Key Spots’

Posted by Craig Peters on April 6, 2014 – 11:45 am

Titans general manager Ruston Webster told “Voice of the Titans” Mike Keith in a recent interview that he’s pleased with the players that Tennessee has acquired through free agency and the way in which the personnel department has worked with new coach Ken Whisenhunt’s staff (click here to see the video).

“We’ve been able to add some key players in key spots,” Webster said. “Anytime you lose a David Stewart and are able to replace him with Michael Oher, that gives us a ton of flexibility and I feel great about it.”

Oher is expected to play right tackle opposite left tackle Michael Roos. The Titans also added running back/receiver/return specialist Dexter McCluster, defensive lineman Al Woods, quarterback Charlie Whitehurst, linebackers Wesley Woodyard and Shaun Phillips and offensive lineman Eric Olsen from other teams.

Webster has balanced his focus between free agency and preparations for next month’s NFL Draft, but will be shifting more of his attention to the draft. Players who are under contract with the team can begin voluntary workouts Monday at St. Thomas Sports Park during the first of the three-phase offseason program.

“A lot has gone on, but I’m really pleased with the communication we’ve had with Coach Whisenhunt in making decisions on players and any other issues that we have to deal with,” Webster said. “That’s been very positive, and I’m looking forward to seeing our players on the field and I’m looking forward to diving into the draft.”


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Titans TE Delanie Walker Shares Fatherly Advice on YouTube Series

Posted by Craig Peters on March 28, 2014 – 4:14 pm

Delanie Walker's work with MADD helped him earn Titans Community Man of the Year honors for 2013.

Delanie Walker’s work with MADD helped him earn Titans Community Man of the Year honors for 2013.

Titans tight end Delanie Walker recently participated in a series of “My Life As A Dad” videos on YouTube.
Walker joins Robert Nickell for three separate videos in the series that interviews celebrity and athlete fathers. In the first, he describes what he’s learned through parenting and how important it was to him to be actively involved in the life of his son, Delanie Walker, Jr. (click here for the first video).
Walker describes how much he enjoys spending time with his son during shopping trips and while playing Madden NFL video games during the second video (click here to watch the second video).
In the third video, Walker talks about the tragedy of losing his aunt and uncle, Alice and Bryan Young, in a car crash caused by a drunk driver after Super Bowl XLVII. Walker explains helping his son through that difficult time and his work with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) to prevent future tragedies by raising money for the organization and awareness to the problems caused by drunk driving, along with helping lobby for stricter laws to prevent drunk driving and increasing options for transportation (click here to watch the third episode).


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