Titans happy to have Haynesworth back

Albert Haynesworth was welcomed back to the Tennessee Titans by his teammates on Wednesday, as he practiced with the team for the first time since his five-game suspension after his Oct. 1 stomping incident of Dallas Cowboys center Andre Gurode. More

Titans have had luck plucking players off NFL scrap heap

Tony Brown just wanted another chance to play football. After being out of the NFL last season and going to NFL Europe and then being released by the Carolina Panthers in September, Brown was a street free agent simply hoping another chance would come soon enough. More

Haynesworth back at Titans facility

Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth returned to the Tennessee Titans practice facility this morning as scheduled, after serving his league-mandated five-game suspension. Haynesworth worked out, but now awaits his fate regarding a permanent return. More

Young

The scenario was supposed to have Steve McNair mentor Vince Young and groom him as his eventual replacement for the Tennessee Titans. More

Steve

When the Baltimore Ravens acquired Steve McNair from the Tennessee Titans in June, he was hailed in Baltimore as the missing piece to a potential Super Bowl team. More

Game over for Pacman this weekend

The seventh time was no charm for Adam

Woolfolk getting his chance

With Adam

Reynolds won't play vs. Texans

Rob Reynolds will have his day in court today, as his attorney will answer domestic violence, assault, and criminal damaging charges before an Ohio judge, stemming from an alleged incident with his estranged wife Jennifer on Saturday evening. More

Young ready to take on hometown Texans

Vince Young has admitted in the past that he wants to remind his hometown Houston Texans often that they passed on him in last April

Urban enters treatment

With a CD and surrounding publicity forthcoming, Keith Urban, who has battled chemical dependency in the past, admitted himself to a treatment rehabilitation center Thursday night. More
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