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Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — but highlights at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: the Tennessee Titans.
Tennessee Titans single-game tickets went on sale this morning. One man, David Kline, was brave enough to camp out to be first in line when the box office opened.
This Story Of A Former Titans Cheerleader Accused Of Sexual Battery Against A 12-Year-Old Boy Has Left Us Pretty Much Speechless
A former Tennessee Titans cheerleader was indicted by a grand jury on multiple charges stemming from an alleged incident with a 12-year-old boy. We don’t have a whole lot to add on this one, but whatever we do is after the jump.
Roger Goodell Has Reinstated Gregg Williams, Titans Officially Hire Him As A Senior Assistant For Defense
Gregg Williams to the Tennessee Titans has been in the works for a while now, pending league reinstatement of Enemy No. 1. Williams, who was suspended indefinitely for his involvement in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, sat out all of last season while technically an employee of the St. Louis Rams. As of today he’s been reinstated, and he’s back coaching in the NFL.
Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams turns 90 on Thursday, January 3rd. He doesn’t have too many years left wielding executive power over his football franchise, so he wants to see championships like now. Last offseason, Peyton Manning was a free agent. Even though the Titans had promising young quarterback Jake Locker and wily vet Matt Hasselbeck under contract, Adams wanted Manning.
What Happened Last Night: The Jets Lost In Depressing Fashion (Again), And The Rockets Triumphed In Jeremy Lin’s Return To MSG
Welcome to another edition of “What Happened Last Night,” in which we will talk about (ugh) the Jets. And also other things, so as to cleanse your palate of the Jets once we’re through with the necessary evil of discussing them. Let’s get this over with, shall we?
On the whole, the sports world has been incredibly classy and tasteful in its assorted tributes to the victims of the tragedy in Newtown, Conn. Adding his own personal memorial tonight on Monday Night Football was Titans running back Chris Johnson, who wrote the name of each victim on his cleats.
Perhaps you’ve heard President Obama is in Chicago tonight, awaiting election results in his (kind of) native Illinois. Here’s another thing about Chicago, besides it being the former home of our president/guy-who-used-to-be-our-president-but-might-not-be-next-January: its citizens like to drink.
There was a lot to choose from on TV last night. Maybe you watched playoff baseball all night and missed the Steelers and Titans. Maybe you watched the debate and missed out on sports entirely for a couple hours. 30 Rock and Always Sunny, those non-sports comedic temptresses, were on too. Point is, you probably missed something, so SportsGrid’s here to help.