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Eagles, Kearse agree to terms

Posted: March 3, 2004, 3:23 p.m. CSTThe Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to terms on a contract with Tennessee Titans free agent defensive end Jevon Kearse pending a physical Thursday morning, the team confirmed to The City Paper Wednesday. More

Bennett gets long-term deal

Updated: March 1, 2:47 p.m. CSTThe Tennessee Titans completed a new three-year, $6 million agreement with wide receiver Drew Bennett Monday. More

No franchise tag for Kearse

Posted: February 24, 3:01 p.m. CSTThe Tennessee Titans have elected not to place the franchise tag on defensive end Jevon Kearse and will allow him to test the free-agent market unless a new contract extension can be reached before March 3. More

TSSAA passes multiplier rule

Posted: February 9, 3:46 p.m. CSTThe TSSAA Board of Controls has voted to implement a 1.8 multiplier that will be applied to the enrollment of non-public schools that are in Division I for the purposes of classification. More

BA�s Holbert will be a Vol

Posted: January 28, 3:55 p.m. CSTAfter much speculation, Brentwood Academy fullback/linebacker, David Holbert announced his college gridiron plans at a press conference held at Brentwood Academy today. More

Wycheck to make retirement official

Posted: January 22, 3:56 p.m. CSTTennessee Titans tight end Frank Wycheck will officially announce his retirement at a 1 p.m. press conference Friday at Baptist Sports Park, according to a report Thursday on WGFX-FM 104.5 The Zone. More

Diamond no longer with Titans

Posted January 20, 5:25 p.m.The Tennessee Titans announced Tuesday that team president Jeff Diamond

Ravens' four-fold mission

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Coaches will be scapegoats

As the playoffs get set to start, and the focus is on the field, there will still be numerous headlines made as teams wish their coaches a Happy New Year by firing them. More

Lewis has Titans

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McNair wants to be at practice

There was never any doubt that quarterback Steve McNair was going to be at the controls of the Tennessee Titans offense Saturday. More

Haynesworth will play in Titans playoff game

Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher said the incident that led to defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth being deactivated for Sunday

Bucs: Titans capable of winning Super Bowl

Thumbing through the Tampa Bay Buccaneers media guide, you can

Howard Balzer

Just so none of you faithful readers think the following has anything to do with the fact that this is being written for a Nashville paper, consider that back in May I predicted in Lindy's pro football magazine that the Titans would defeat the Packers in the Super Bowl. More

Titans' four-fold mission

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Banged up Titans to rest up for Bucs

The Tennessee Titans head into Sunday's season finale with plenty of injuries that could benefit from rest, even though Titans coach Jeff Fisher insists the team will play to win against Tampa Bay, given that their playoff seed is not locked in. More

Kinney quietly making most of contract year

If you are the boss of a company, you want Erron Kinney as one of your employees. More

A Giant coaching option

There will be a lot of names bandied about for this year's head coaching vacancies, and the speculation has already started with the knowledge that both the Giants and Falcons are in the market. More

Titans' four-fold mission

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Bucs' four-fold mission

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