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  1. Interesting. I actually think he comes off worse to future employers by not saying anything.
  2. Has anyone heard anything at all from Mularkey since his final presser? I know some were saying they didn't expect him to say anything, but that's actually the exact opposite of the norm. Even fired coaches almost always put out a statement thanking a combination of ownership, fans, and/or players. From this past season alone, John Fox, Jim Caldwell, Ben McAdoo, Chuck Pagano, and Jack Del Rio all had some sort of statement. Arians is the other and of course, he retired and issued a statement as part of that. Of all the coaching changes, Mularkey is the only one who went completely silent. Fox: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/01/01/john-fox-says-thank-you-and-farewell/ Caldwell: http://www.detroitlions.com/news/news-short/article-1/Statement-from-Jim-Caldwell/f034ef7f-b6c6-4f10-8d0e-6208bc7ff41a McAdoo: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/ben-mcadoo-thanks-giants-fans-opportunity-head-coach-article-1.3681457 Pagano: http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/22096806/former-indianapolis-colts-coach-chuck-pagano-thanks-fans-newspaper-ad Del Rio: http://www.raiders.com/media-vault/videos/Jack-Del-Rio-Announces-He-Will-Not-Return-As-Head-Coach/91156353-2118-4c28-a10e-35c87a637140 I don't personally care either way, but I'm a little surprised more in the media haven't mentioned this. This seems yet another indication to me that things were much worse with Mularkey/Strunk/Robinson behind closed doors than we first believed.
  3. Wife and I were going through some old boxes the other day and I found an autographed picture I had of Locker. Had completely forgotten about it. She said something like "Might as well throw that away." I couldn't disagree.
  4. Vita Vea

    I could see us making a move if he doesn’t go top 10.
  5. Dan Orlovsky draws McFleur plays

    Depends on the year. Was better in shotgun for 2016. Better under center for 2017.
  6. Mike Keith has already confirmed the logo isn't changing.
  7. Believe he stayed in school for another year to try and be a 1st round pick.
  8. Josey Jewell, ILB from Iowa This guy sounds like a JRob pick through and through. - Not considered an elite athlete, but has produced at every level - In high school, earned all-state honors in football and baseball - Team MVP in 2015 bowl game and was voted 2nd team all conference, starting every game - Finalist for Butkus Award his junior year, voted team MVP, and 2nd-team all conference - Topped it all his senior season and was named 1st team AP All-American and 1st team All-Big Ten (134 tackles, 13.5 for loss, 4.5 sacks, two interceptions, 11 pass break-ups, one forced fumble). - Known as a film-junkie who really understands schemes and can diagnose plays quickly Breakdown of strengths and weaknesses here: http://www.nfl.com/draft/2018/profiles/josey-jewell?id=2559819
  9. Interesting to see Harold Landry as a guy who keeps getting mocked to us... Mel Kiper, ESPN: DE/OLB Harold Landry, Boston College. Todd McShay, ESPN: TE Dallas Goedert, South Dakota State. Nate Davis, USA Today: LB Rashaan Evans, Alabama. Daniel Jeremiah, NFL.com: C James Daniels, Iowa. (He also picked South Carolina TE Hayden Hurst in a video mock). Bucky Brooks, NFL.com: DE/OLB Harold Landry, Boston College. Steve Palazzolo, Pro Football Focus: LB Rashaan Evans, Alabama. Lance Zierlein, NFL.com: DE/OLB Harold Landry, Boston College. Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com: G Will Hernandez, Texas El-Paso. Chad Reuter, NFL.com: DE/OLB Harold Landry, Boston College. Jared Dubin, CBS Sports: LB Malik Jefferson, Texas. Matt Miller, Bleacher Report: DE/OLB Harold Landry, Boston College. Chris Trapasso, CBS Sports: DE Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, Oklahoma. Dane Brugler, The Sports Xchange: DE Sam Hubbard, Ohio State. RJ White, CBS Sports: DT Taven Bryan, Florida. WalterFootball.com: S Ronnie Harrison, Alabama. Bryan Fischer, Athlon Sports: TE Hayden Hurst, South Carolina. Dan Kadar, SB Nation: DE/OLB Harold Landry, Boston College. http://www.titansonline.com/news/article-4/Who-Will-Titans-Pick-A-Tour-of-the-Mock-Drafts/00dd3f5a-ac38-4f05-8d43-401a66556935
  10. Titans Needs Prioritized - Offense

    I'm pretty sure I saw @Justafan say he isn't impressed with Succop and would move on. I'd love to see Sony Michel as a Titan, but I think Alvin Kamara's huge season is going to help him get drafted a lot earlier than he probably should be. Not sure he's as talented as Kamara. Want to watch a lot of film on him in the coming weeks.
  11. Titans Needs Prioritized - Offense

    You're leaving out maybe the most important factor in contract negotiations: the agent. Marcus' contract will be heavily influenced by what his agent tells him to take. Now that being said, I can definitely see him being like Brady in that he'll help structure the deal (and restructure, when necessary) to help the team sign other guys.
  12. NFLs Neediest Teams - Andy Benoit

    And it's still not our #1 need, imo.