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29 May 2023

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  • Titans agree to terms with Tyjae Spears
    The Titans have gotten another draft pick under contract. Tennessee announced on Thursday that the club has agreed to terms with third-round pick Tyjae Spears on his rookie deal. Spears, a running back, was the third of six draft picks the Titans made last month. He rushed for 1,581 yards with 19 touchdowns in his [more]
  • Jeffery Simmons: I’m not trying to prove myself anymore
    The Titans and defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons came to agreement on a contract extension earlier this year and the deal has shifted Simmons’ mindset for the coming season. Simmons shed light on how that’s changed during a Wednesday press conference from the team’s facility. He said that he spent the last four years working to [more]
  • Malik Willis says he isn’t changing his approach entering 2023
    While the Titans drafted Malik Willis in the third round last year, the quarterback’s future with the team is very much in question. Willis started three games for Tennessee last year, but it was clear toward the end of the season that he wasn’t yet ready to play. So, the Titans brought in Joshua Dobbs [more]
  • DeMeco Ryans is noncommittal about Jadeveon Clowney
    Defensive lineman Jadeveon Clowney, the first overall pick in the 2014 draft, recently said he’d like to return to the Texans. On Tuesday, Texans coach DeMeco Ryans was asked about the possibility of bringing Clowney back to Houston. “We always look at any players that can help us win,” Ryans told reporters. “We’ll explore all [more]
  • Adrian Peterson: Mentally, I haven’t officially hung it up
    Adrian Peterson is retired, even if he isn’t ready to acknowledge it. He is 38, hasn’t played a game since 2021 and hasn’t played a full season since 2020. No one is calling the former running back. Peterson, though, still hasn’t closed the door on his 15-year career. “Mentally, I haven’t officially hung it up. [more]
  • Kevin Byard not attending Titans’ OTAs
    Titans head coach Mike Vrabel ran into safety Kevin Byard at the golf course Sunday. Vrabel, though, hasn’t seen Byard this week. Byard and cornerback Kristian Fulton are not participating in the team’s organized team activities. Vrabel said he expects Byard will show up “at some point” and is unconcerned about his absence. “There’s been [more]
  • 20 teams start OTAs today
    The offseason program is a three-phase process. And Phase Three is the most important of all of them. That’s when Organized Team Activities happen, a fancy, verbose phrase for “practice.” They’re now commonly known as OTAs, still one syllable more than just saying “practice.” Twenty teams start OTAs on Monday, based on the calendar the [more]
  • Giants set to hire Ryan Cowden as executive advisor to the G.M.
    The Giants are expected to hire Ryan Cowden for a role in their front office, Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post reports. A source tells PFT that Cowden’s title will be executive advisor to the General Manager. Cowden began his career in the NFL in 2000 with the Panthers, and Giants General Manager Joe [more]
  • Top quarterbacks pause NFLPA rookie premiere to hang out with Tom Brady, Michael Rubin
    At first, it seemed to be just another strategically curious tweet from a firehose account that often posts items of little or no relevance to the audience — but that potentially count as favors that could have scoop-related (or other) benefits down the line. The broader dynamics are sufficiently compelling to merit a closer examination. [more]
  • Titans agree to terms with Alize Mack
    Tight end Alize Mack is back in the NFL. The Titans announced that they have agreed to terms on a deal with Mack for the 2023 season. The terms of that deal have not been disclosed. Mack was drafted out of Notre Dame in the seventh round by the Saints in 2019. He spent time [more]

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