Titans around the web
Here is a look at some Titans info around the world wide web.
Paul Kuharsky had Elvin Bethea on 1045 and he said this about ending a holdout:
“Biggest mistake I ever made in my life.” Accepting no more than 100 cattle from Bud Adams to end a holdout. — Elvin Bethea on @Midday180
— Paul Kuharsky (@PaulKuharskyNFL) August 7, 2017
John Glennon took a gorgeous picture which is sure to become the screen saver of many Titans fans
Titans ready to butt heads in a run drill under a setting sun pic.twitter.com/JC4UL6PVxV
— John Glennon (@glennonsports) August 8, 2017
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Glennon also wrote about Taywan Taylor here. He quoted Mularkey as saying, ““He’s quick and he’s fast,” coach Mike Mularkey said. “I’ve been around guys who’ve had quickness, but he’s got both. He’s got some skills. We’re definitely going to take advantage of them.”
Logan Ryan told Glennon, “You’ve got to respect his speed, he’s one of the fastest guys on the field anytime he’s on the field. They can use him that way. You can go vertical with him, use him for a lot of gadget plays. He’s definitely a game-changer on the offensive side.”
It’s been wonderful to read about Taywan Taylor. Titans fans are certainly anxious to finally see him in a Titans uniform against the Jets.
Terry McCormick wrote a piece that hasn’t received enough love on the web. Did you know Davis may not be ready by the season opener?
“Davis is optimistic that he will be back for the Titans’ season opener against the Oakland Raiders, saying, “I believe so,” when asked about being able to play in that Sept. 10 game.
“It’s not as serious as I thought. We took a look at the MRI an it actually wasn’t as bad (as I thought),” Davis said
Davis, the Titans first-round pick and the fifth choice overall in the draft, spoke about the injury as he walked off the field at Centennial High School Friday night where his Tennessee Titans teammates practiced before 6,800 fans who packed the stadium.
“Honestly, it isn’t that bad. We’re taking it week by week at this point,” Davis said. “Obviously I’m bummed that I can’t practice these next few days. I’m a competitor and I want to be out there and practice and play, but we’re just taking it slow at this point.”
Titans coach Mike Mularkey didn’t seem worried about Davis’ injury being too serious.
“There’s nothing in my control. He’s just going to try to get better every day,” Mularkey said. “I’ll know more in a week.”