The Titans have holes at many positions, including quarterback. Can Ken Whisenhunt find promising players to turn the franchise around? Conor Orr anticipates Tennessee’s offseason moves.
Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday that the free-agent safety Da’Norris Searcy is finalizing a four-year, $24 million deal with the Tennessee Titans with $10.5 million in guarantees.
The Tennessee Titans will add Harry Douglas. The veteran receiver will add depth to a shaky pass-catching corps and should replace free agent Nate Washington in three-receiver sets.
Former Oregon QB Marcus Mariota will reportedly have two pro days of sorts on Thursday — one for all the NFL to witness, then a private one with a club that could be interested in making him an early first-round pick.
Veteran safety Bernard Pollard wants to go out with a winner, and he doesn’t see that team being the Tennessee Titans any time soon. What exactly did Pollard say following the news of his impending release?
Safety Bernard Pollard informed the Tennessee Titans he wanted out a month ago, and it appears as though he got his wish. The team released the veteran on Tuesday.
Tennessee Titans left tackle Michael Roos announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday. The lineman played all 10 of his pro seasons with the franchise.
Zack Mettenberger doesn’t know if the Tennessee Titans will use the No. 2 overall pick on a quarterback. If they do, Mettenberger is confident he’d beat out anyone who enters the mix.
The Tennessee Titans are eager to find their starting quarterback. Coach Ken Whisenhunt and GM Ruston Webster said they will spend time with QB prospects leading up to 2015 NFL Draft.
Tennessee Titans cornerback Jason McCourty is ready to recruit twin brother Devin McCourty to Nashville. Will the New England Patriots allow their top safety to reach the open market?