The Titans camp at their regular practice facility in Nashville, and the town certainly hasn't lacked for extreme weather over the past four months. In May, about 14 inches of rain fell on the region within a three-day period, sending the Cumberland River flooding into neighborhoods and resulting in the deaths of 23 people. The flooding also heavily damaged the Opryland Hotel and LP Field, which was under about six feet of water. Now, it's the heat that's taking a toll. The past two days have seen temperatures touch the 100-degree mark. Relief isn't expected to come until Friday, when the temperature's expected to dip down to a cool 93 degrees. None of this has deterred fan turnout, however. Supporters ran two deep along a length of one practice field on Tuesday.
I won't lie: I was kinda surprised to see
Once again, Witherspoon finds himself having to fill another set of big shoes -- this time they belong to departed outside linebacker
When Florida State safety
Chocked with the usual mess of football detritus,
1. Hard to believe that the Titans are in the market for a change-of-pace back, especially after the season that Johnson had last year. One of the players they are auditioning for the job is rookie
2. There's a reason why
4. No trip to Nashville would be complete if I didn't get a Mizzou Tigers prediction from fellow alum Tiger