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The Tennessee Titans are continuing to build their roster in creative ways. First, there was the signing of an All-American wrestling standout Adam Coon. College Basketball Player Gets Tryout at Tight End. The Tennessee Titans will give a shot to a player who spent the past four years knocking down...
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Decorated Wrestler Adam Coon Aims to Pin Down Job With Titans

NASHVILLE – Adam Coon has the traits. Now, the Titans want to see if the decorated wrestler has what it takes to pin down a job in the NFL. He wouldn't be the first. "Wrestlers," Titans coach Mike Vrabel said, "especially at that elite level, have unbelievable balance, core strength, things that I think would translate well to an offensive lineman."
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Can Titans OL Adam Coon be the next Stephen Neal?

Julio Jones has been the talk of the Tennessee Titans as of late. However, the reigning AFC South champions have brought in another addition recently with a decorated past in Adam Coon. Tennessee recently signed the former University of Michigan All-American and Team U.S.A. champion wrestler with Titans head coach...
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Former Michigan wrestler Adam Coon signs with Tennessee Titans

It’s been almost nine years since Adam Coon last donned a football helmet and pads. Now, he’ll look to do so in the National Football League. The Tennessee Titans announced Friday afternoon they had agreed to terms with Coon, a former All-American wrestler at Michigan. The 6-foot-5, 300-pounder is expected to compete for a spot as an interior offensive lineman, per The Tennessean.
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Tennessee Titans sign All-American wrestler Adam Coon to play on offensive line

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans have signed three-time All-American wrestler Adam Coon to play on the offensive line. Coon compiled a 116-15 record in college while wrestling at Michigan but never played football for the Wolverines. A four-time high school state champion in wrestling, Coon was named the Detroit Athletic Club High School Athlete of the Year as a senior in high school.
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Tennessee Titans sign former NCAA wrestler Adam Coon to play OL

June 4 (UPI) -- The Tennessee Titans have signed Adam Coon, a three-time NCAA All-American wrestler who will play on the offensive line. Coon compiled a 116-15 record while wrestling at the University of Michigan, but he never played football for the Wolverines. The 6-foot-5, 300-pound Coon was a four-time...
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Titans sign former All-American wrestler Adam Coon as OL

NFL teams are getting more and more creative when it comes to finding players to give chances to. What the Tennessee Titans did Friday is evidence of that. The Titans announced the signing of offensive lineman Adam Coon to their 90-man roster, as first reported by NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. Coon was a three-time All-American wrestler at Michigan and is coming off an unsuccessful attempt to qualify for the U.S. Olympic team.
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Titans Sign Wrestler Adam Coon To Play OL, Waive/Injured OT Anthony McKinney

The Tennessee Titans announced Friday that they’ve signed decorated wrestler Adam Coon to a contract with the intention of having him play offensive line in the NFL. The Titans also waived OT Anthony McKinney with an injury designation. Should he clear waivers on Monday, he would revert to the Titans’ injured reserve list.
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Titans Agree to Terms With Decorated Wrestler Adam Coon

NASHVILLE – The Titans have agreed to terms with Adam Coon, a decorated wrestler who will compete on the offensive line in the NFL. Coon was a three-time NCAA All-American wrestler at Michigan, where he compiled a 116-15 record during college career. Earlier this year, Coon earned a spot on...
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Titans sign All-American wrestler Adam Coon as offensive lineman

The Tennessee Titans have built an impressive offensive line and system that has helped All-Pro running back Derrick Henry win back-to-back rushing titles. No wonder some within the club think they may be able to turn a novice into a contributor up front. According to ESPN's Turron Davenport and NFL...