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Topic - Derrick Morgan
This is all new to Paul Johnson.
The Tennessee Titans' approach to sacking quarterbacks really hasn't changed in about 12 years. Just the results are much better this season.
The Tennessee Titans have placed top draft pick Derrick Morgan on injured reserve and replaced the defensive end with defensive tackle Amon Gordon.
Safety Chris Hope sees an aggressive defense. Tackle Tony Brown thinks Tennessee is ready for a track meet this season thanks to all the fast, athletic guys around him. Linebacker Stephen Tulloch believes the Titans are group of unknowns ready to make their reputations.
The Tennessee Titans drafted defensive end Derrick Morgan with the 16th pick overall thinking he could help revive their pass rush.
It's time for Jeff Fisher to open his 16th straight training camp with the Tennessee Titans, and that first practice Saturday will be a welcome return to football after a busy offseason.
"Many of the supposed requirements, such as border fencing and thousands of new Border Patrol agents, wouldn't be implemented for years, if at all," James Carafano and Derrick Morgan of the Heritage Foundation wrote in a recent op-ed. "As with current immigration laws, some provisions could be ignored or waived by the Department of Homeland Security."
"It's really frustrating, because I've never had to deal with injuries my whole career, games or practices or anything," Morgan said. "This is kind of something new I've had to deal with. The biggest thing with me is just trying to stay positive and work hard at getting back and understanding the whole playbook."