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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Ken Whisenhunt
Jake Locker is back on the field with the Tennessee Titans - a couple of weeks ahead of the schedule doctors estimated for his return from an injured right foot.
Quarterback Zach Mettenberger knows how to make an impression.
Bishop Sankey has three days to learn as much as he can before Tennessee's newest running back returns to college.
The Tennessee Titans insist oft-injured Jake Locker remains their starting quarterback. They also protected themselves by drafting Zach Mettenberger of LSU, though they certainly took their time.
The Tennessee Titans finally ended the record wait for the first running back selected in the NFL draft grabbing Bishop Sankey of Washington with the 54th pick overall.
The Titans signed so many players in free agency they have no glaring need that must be filled in the NFL draft. Holding the 11th selection overall has Tennessee in position to make a deal.
New Tennessee Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt looks forward to discovering just how many holes the team filled through free agency.
First-year coach Ken Whisenhunt and the Tennessee Titans open the 2014 season on the road at Kansas City on Sept. 7 in a schedule that features two prime-time games.
Jake Locker is ahead of schedule in his rehab from surgery on his right foot, and the Tennessee quarterback expects to be taking part in the Titans' on-field work in May.
The CJ2K era is over in Tennessee, just the latest step by the Titans in their franchise makeover.
Tennessee has signed quarterback Charlie Whitehurst to a multi-year contract in a deal that reunites him with Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt.
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.
Rhonda and Kevin Lawrence have had season tickets for the Titans since their start in Tennessee and couldn't help but notice all the empty seats around them in the upper deck at LP Field.
After playing for Ken Whisenhunt with the Arizona Cardinals, Nick Eason will get a chance to work alongside him as a Tennessee Titans assistant defensive line coach.
The Tennessee Titans' new coaches are busy getting to know all their new players.
Lewan is expected to back up both new right tackle Michael Oher and veteran left tackle Michael Roos, but coach Ken Whisenhunt has said Lewan can earn a starting spot.
"That's what this league's all about," Whisenhunt said. "It's about competition. So they've been very good pros. They've worked hard, done everything we've asked of them and I'm excited about both those guys."