Crumpler expected to choose Monday; Titans still in hunt

The Tennessee Titans will know sometime Monday if they have made their first successful foray into the 2008 free agent market. Tight end Alge Crumpler will decide between the Titans, the Seattle Seahawks, and a third unnamed team, reported to be the Buffalo Bills, as to where he will sign. More

Hartsock signs with Falcons

Free agent tight end Ben Hartsock has signed a four-year, $9 million deal with the Atlanta Falcons, leaving the Tennessee Titans after one-and-a-half seasons. More

Troupe to visit Saints; Titans still waiting

Free agent tight end Ben Troupe continues to make the rounds, adding the New Orleans Saints to his list of potential suitors, while the Tennessee Titans continue to take the patient path in free agency. More

Ensworth girls win state title

The Ensworth Lady Tigers beat Knoxville Webb 50-48 on Saturday to win the Division II-AA state championship. More

Titans play waiting game with Crumpler; Starks to Dolphins

The Tennessee Titans are still very much in the mix to land tight end Alge Crumpler, as they have competition from the Seattle Seahawks and one other team. More

Titans’ DE Odom will test open market

Tennessee Titans defensive end Antwan Odom will test the free agent market when his contract expires at midnight tonight. More

NASCAR should remember: Personality built sport

Some 40 years ago my old sports editor John Bibb called me into his office and informed me that I was the new racing writer. More

LaBoy to visit Browns, Saints on Friday

Tennessee Titans free agent defensive end Travis LaBoy will make free agent visits with the Cleveland Browns and New Orleans Saints on Friday, the first day of unrestricted free agency. More

Odom will test free agent market; Titans still in mix

Tennessee Titans defensive end Antwan Odom will test the free agent market when his contract expires at midnight tonight, according to his agent. More

Titans give Pacman OK to seek trade

Suspended cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones has been given permission by the Tennessee Titans to pursue a trade, The City Paper has learned. More
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