Tennessee Titans

Malik Willis will immediately add wrinkles to Tennessee Titans offense

The Tennessee Titans’ selection of Malik Willis opens up possibilities for the offense even in his rookie year. While Willis will not be challenging for the starting role for the foreseeable future, the parts of his game that are NFL ready can add immediate value to the Titan’s offense that, at times last year, looked one-dimensional.
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AJ Brown blames angry Titans fans for canceled public appearance

AJ Brown canceled a scheduled appearance at a football camp in Nashville after being traded by the Tennessee Titans. Now he is defending himself for doing so. Brown had been scheduled to host a youth football camp in Nashville on June 18. That was before he was traded from the Titans to the Philadelphia Eagles. After the trade, Brown decided not to appear at the camp. In a since-deleted tweet, he hinted that Titans running back Derrick Henry was being lined up to replace him, though that has not been announced.

AFC Notes: Colts, Texans, Titans

Colts assistant GM Ed Dodds has been one of the most in-demand candidates during the annual front office hiring cycle for a few seasons now. He’s had six interview requests since 2020. Yet he’s still in Indianapolis, in part because he turned or down or withdrew from half of those. He’s determined to be picky and only leave for the right situation.

Facing $1.8B in Repairs, Titans Push for New $2.2B Stadium

A new study says it hardly makes fiscal sense to renovate the Tennessee Titans’ home stadium instead of building a new one. Team officials announced that the estimated cost of upgrading Nissan Stadium would be a whopping $1.8 billion. Team president and CEO Burke Nihill described its current state as one of the “worst” in the NFL — and is calling for an entirely new venue.

Weekend Mailbag: Jim Wyatt Answers Questions From Titans Fans

NASHVILLE – It's almost time for Phase 3 of the offseason program. What that means is OTAs begin in just a few days for the Titans. Let's help pass the time by tackling more questions in the mailbag. Here's the link to ask questions: CLICK HERE. John Kemp from...
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Titans' Robert Woods: Making steady progress

Woods has been patient in his recovery from a torn ACL but is feeling "really good," Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Woods has been present at the team's voluntary program this offseason, though he has not physically participated. Instead, both Woods and the team have noted that the focus is on his ability to take part in training camp and maintain his health for the entirety of the 2022 season. Woods was acquired by Tennessee in mid-March, and he could be in line to lead the receiver corps after A.J. Brown was traded during the NFL Draft.
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Titans honor iconic Black businesses on Historic Jefferson Street during 2022 season

The Tennessee Titans will celebrate a historic Nashville neighborhood during its 2022 campaign. Eight iconic businesses on Jefferson Street in North Nashville, the historic corridor of Nashville’s African-American community, will be spotlighted at each regular-season home game. A short film highlighting the initiative debuted during the 2022 schedule release event and can be viewed on the team website.
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Titans agree to deal with third-round pick Petit-Frere

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with third-round pick Nicholas Petit-Frere on Thursday. Petit-Frere, an offensive tackle, played 35 games, including 20 starts for Ohio State. He started 12 games at left tackle in 2021 and seven games at right tackle in 2020 for the...

Robert Woods feeling 'really, really good' in injury recovery, excited to get going with Titans

Robert Woods watched his Rams teammates win a Super Bowl without him. Then the Rams signed his replacement and shipped him to Tennessee. It would be understandable if the veteran wide receiver was a little bitter or slow to adjust to his new environment. Instead, Woods -- who was afforded the opportunity to help choose his new destination -- is feeling slightly impatient in his return from season-ending knee surgery.

Titans' Woods: Goal for 2022 return is to be in 'tip-top shape'

Tennessee Titans wideout Robert Woods is eager to make his return after suffering a season-ending knee injury in 2021. Woods, who tore his ACL with the Los Angeles Rams during a November practice, is feeling good with where his rehab is ahead of the next campaign. "I actually feel like...
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Titans agree to terms with rookie OL Nicholas Petit-Frere

The Tennessee Titans have officially agreed to terms with third-round rookie offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere, the team announced on Thursday afternoon. Petit-Frere is the second rookie to agree to terms this week after first-round pick Treylon Burks signed his fully-guaranteed four-year contract on Tuesday. Prior to these deals, the Titans had already agreed to terms with rookies Hassan Haskins, Chance Campbell, Theo Jackson, and Kyle Philips.

AFC Notes: Colts, Jaguars, Titans, Derrick Henry

The Colts traded up in the third round to make sure they landed S Nick Cross, who will have the chance to start as a rookie if injuries continue to sideline Julian Blackmon and Khari Willis. What drew Indianapolis to Cross is his rabid appetite for film work and his potential as someone relatively new to the position.

Titans say it would cost $1.8 billion to renovate Nissan Stadium

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Tennessee Titans team leaders say an analysis of Nissan Stadium shows it would cost $1.8 billion to fix and renovate the stadium. Team president and CEO Burke Nihill says prefab construction and band-aid repairs over the years has resulted in major disrepair. “It's a basic...