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Bill accuses Jaguars of dirty play

Bills wide receiver Eric Moulds wasn

Pearl-Cohn, Stratford move game to Monday

Posted: September 16, 1:09 p.m.Thanks to the expected heavy rains from the fallout of Hurricane Ivan, the game between Pearl-Cohn and Stratford has been postponed until Monday at 4 p.m at Pearl-Cohn, according to Metro Athletics Director Scott Brunette. More

Titans devotion brings Brown to tears

There, on videotape for the whole nation to see, is why marriage counseling is so lucrative in these United States. More

Early schedule not in Colts

Certainly, Titans fans won

Titans defense rides the Bull

When the Miami Dolphins went undefeated in 1972, one of their defensive schemes was called the

Indianapolis tries to avoid 0-2 start

Week 2 of the NFL season is never critical or must-win. After all, there are 14 games left in the regular season and plenty of things can happen over the next three months or so. More

Anderson hangs in limbo

Gary Anderson is expected to be a Tennessee Titan again soon. Just how soon is up for debate. More

Gameplan for Titans and Colts

Titans Four-Fold Mission 1. Find the deep ball. The Titans, without Tyrone Calico, disdained the deep ball against Miami More

Hurricane moves Titans-Dolphins game to Saturday

Updated: September 9, 2:02 p.m. CDTThe Tennessee Titans season-opening game against the Dolphins in Miami has been moved from Sunday to Saturday because of approaching Hurricane Ivan. More

Nedney lost for year with hamstring injury

Posted: September 8, 2:08 p.m. CDTThe Tennessee Titans got bad news Wednesday when it was learned kicker Joe Nedney will be lost for the season with a tear in his left hamstring. More

Titans going batty with Brown

Because Barry Bonds is the only home run hitter in the San Francisco Giants

Stormy offseason has Miami reeling

When it rains, it pours. OK, maybe that

Ena is in, Wells is out

The roster tinkering began for Tennessee Monday as the Titans claimed linebacker Justin Ena off waivers from the Philadelphia Eagles and let go of linebacker Ray Wells to make room. More

NFL: Nashville For Life for former Titans


Answers to the NFL questions

Let's play a game of 31 questions, where we wonder about every team in the NFL, from Arizona to Washington. Why 31 and not 32? Well, I'm sure you Titans fans have asked all the questions that could be possibly be asked about this team as it enters the 2004 season. So what could I possibly add? More

Dyson in Nashville to visit Titans

Posted: September 7, 1:05 p.m. CDTFormer Titans receiver Kevin Dyson is scheduled to be in Nashville this afternoon to take a physical, and if he passes, it looks as though he will re-sign with the team. More

Titans reach 53-man limit; still tweaking roster

The Tennessee Titans reached their 53-man roster limit Sunday by releasing 12 players. But that doesn't mean the roster maneuvering is done by any means. More

Changes, new artists mark nominations for CMA awards

Posted: August 30, 11:20 a.m. CT Several changes including a new night and hosts were announced Monday for the 38th annual Country Music Association Awards show that airs live Tuesday, Nov. 9 from the Grand Ole Opry House. More

Titans release four players

The Tennessee Titans released four players from their roster Saturday morning, waiving quarterback Robert Kent, safety Akil Grant, defensive tackle Louis Gachelin and receiver Jake Roberts. More


Posted: August 26, 4:00 p.m. CDTRobert Garrett II, 21, a senior forward on the Trevecca Nazarene University basketball team, was killed in a two-car accident early Thursday morning in Nashville. More