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Injuries not a concern as Titans prep for Jags

The Tennessee Titans escaped Sunday

Parity translates into a party in the NFL

Here we are, 10 weeks into the 2003 regular season and exactly one team, the Tennessee Titans, is in favorable position to repeat its 2002 division championship.


The Bengals are now 4-5, and they could provide the Chiefs with a challenge to their undefeated record Sunday. The game is in Cincinnati, and the team believes it can keep pace with the first-place Ravens who lead them by just one game in the division. More

Titans' four-fold mission

Tennessee Titans Game Plan More

Jaguars' four-fold mission

Jacksonville Jaguars Game Plan More

Additional work suits McCareins just fine

Justin McCareins is simply doing too many things well for the Tennessee Titans at this point in the season. More

Titans weigh in on MVP

Polling the Tennessee Titans locker room on the NFL

Raiders flee sinking ship

How quickly are things deteriorating in Oakland? Quicker than you can say Rick Mirer is in the game. More

Titans' four-fold mission

Tennessee Titans Game Plan More

Dolphins' four-fold mission

Miami Dolphins Game Plan More

Defense Mid-season Report Card

Defensively the Titans numbers are somewhat misleading. More

Nuptials and roller coasters: How the Titans relax on the bye week



Despite their loss to the Giants Sunday, the Vikings remain tied with Carolina for the best record in the NFC. More

Titans gratified, not satisfied

Pleased, but not satisfied, perhaps best describes the way the Tennessee Titans feel about their first half of the 2003 season that wrapped up with Sunday

Ankle injury might end Woolfolk's year

Tennessee Titans nickelback Andre Woolfolk will miss several weeks with a high left ankle sprain and could potentially be lost for the season if the injury requires surgery. More

Offense Mid-season Report Card


LPGA Returns to Middle Tennessee

Posted: October 27, 10:42 a.m. CSTThe Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour will return to Middle Tennessee in May 2004 with a tournament sponsored by Franklin American Mortgage Company, organizers announced today. More

Stopping Jags another chance for defense

The Tennessee Titans are certainly pleased with their accomplishment Sunday in shutting down Stephen Davis and the Carolina Panthers rushing attack. More

Sirmon gets game ball for 12-tackle outing

Linebacker Peter Sirmon admitted Monday that he was still quite sore at the beginning of the week last week when it was first suggested that he might have a chance to play against Carolina. More

The return of football

It is arguably the most exciting play in football, yet any coach will tell you he