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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Dexter Mccluster
The Tennessee Titans no longer have Chris Johnson as a threat in their backfield.
The Tennessee Titans made sure they signed Dexter McCluster as their first big move in free agency. They'll figure out exactly how to use the running back, receiver and Pro Bowl punt returner once they get him on the practice field.
The Tennessee Titans kicked off the first day of NFL free agency by agreeing to terms with Chiefs running back, receiver and kick returner Dexter McCluster, said a person familiar with the situation.
As the first hour of free agency came to a close Tuesday, the flood of players headed out of Arrowhead Stadium for big-money deals had finally slowed to a stop.
Special teams ace Niles Paul called the Redskins' coverage struggles "embarrassing," "heartbreaking" and "unacceptable."
With rumors swirling about coach Mike Shanahan's future with the team, the Redskins put forth their worst effort of the season in a blowout loss to Kansas City.
Kansas City Chiefs players believe the blowout win over the Redskins stemmed from dominant special teams, not from a lack of effort from Washington.
Dexter McCluster figures he watched his shake-and-baking punt return about 500 times, a dynamic touchdown run last Sunday that helped his Kansas City Chiefs beat the New York Giants.
Dexter McCluster faded back as if he was in slow motion, the Chiefs wide receiver settling under a booming ball off the foot of Saints punter Thomas Morstead in the middle of the Superdome.
Matt Cassel took the snap from center, scanned the practice field as he dropped back to pass and just for a moment must have felt like a little boy on Christmas morning.
He starts. He stops. He weaves, twists, dashes and darts.
The Chiefs have signed both of their second-round draft picks, wide receiver Dexter McCluster and defensive back Javier Arenas.
"One thing we talked about is that they really understood the versatility I have," McCluster said. "One thing they said to me is the more I can learn, the more opportunity I will have. Right now, it's all about learning as much as I can and taking advantage of the opportunity. I like them both the same, so that just makes it that much more fun. I know I can go out there and be that guy at the receiver (spot), and I know I can go out there and be that guy as a runner."
McCluster said he was happy to get back in the South and with Whisenhunt after watching what the new Titans coach did with Danny Woodhead as the Chargers' offensive coordinator last season.