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First-round pick Johnson agrees to $12 million package

Chris Johnson and the Tennessee Titans agreed to a five-year contract Saturday morning worth $12 million and including approximately $7 million in guaranteed money. More

Florida pegged by media to win SEC football championship

HOOVER, Ala. -- Florida has been predicted to win the 2008 Southeastern Conference football championship in a voting of league media who attended this week’s SEC Media Days. The Gators were pegged as Eastern Division champions while Auburn was selected to represent the Western Division. More

Rookie Johnson's deal could be finished by Saturday

Day one of training camp passed without rookie first-round pick Chris Johnson on the field for the Tennessee Titans. However, Johnson’s holdout might not last a whole lot longer. More

City Paper Daily Camp Confidential

PLAY OF THE DAY: Reynaldo Hill made two nice plays on the first day of camp. He knocked a pass out of the grasp of Mike Williams during seven-on-seven drills, then made the day’s top play when he stepped in front of tight end Craig Stevens and intercepted a Kerry Collins pass in the flat. More

Preds agree to terms with Peverley

The Nashville Predators announced today that the club has agreed to terms on a two-year contract with restricted free agent Rich Peverley and has signed goaltender Pekka Rinne to a one-year contract extension that begins in 2009-10. More

Haynesworth signs incentive-filled tender, ready to move forward

The Tennessee Titans and Albert Haynesworth both professed relief that the defensive tackle had signed his $7.25 million tender offer on Friday that will allow him to attend training camp beginning Saturday. More

That’s Racing: Fairgrounds racing fights for survival

She’s held up remarkably well, considering everything she’s been through, but now she’s starting to show her age. She’s sagging here and drooping there, and after years of wild Saturday nights her bloom is fading. More

Swim clubs reaching out to children's hospital

Last year, Amy Caulkins had an idea. More

SEC Media Days Notebook: Ole Miss’s Nutt knows what awaits

HOOVER, Ala. – Houston Nutt knows what he’s getting into but isn’t interested in getting any advice. More

Foster delays NFL for pursuit of Tennessee immortality

HOOVER, Ala. -- Culture shock smacked Arian Foster across the face when he arrived in Knoxville from San Diego as a University of Tennessee freshman in 2004. More

Subpoena was served, Fulmer's attorney admits

HOOVER, Ala. -- After initially denying he was served, University of Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer admitted to receiving a subpoena Thursday as he arrived for his appearance at Southeastern Conference Football Media Days. More

Titans still have unfinished business

Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher said he is hopeful that franchised defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth will be on the practice field when training camp opens at 3:30 p.m. today. More

Fulmer denies being served a subpoena Thursday

HOOVER, Ala. -- Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer denied a report Thursday by The Tuscaloosa News that he was served with a subpoena upon his arrival Thursday morning at Southeastern Conference Football Media Days. More

Vanderbilt football notebook: Young linebackers on the rise

HOOVER, Ala. -- A pair of young linebackers from Memphis might be primed to offer sizable contributions to Vanderbilt’s defense this fall. More

VU still has a battle for QB job

HOOVER, Ala. – Vanderbilt coach Bobby Johnson offered few hints Wednesday as to who will start at quarterback for the Commodores in 2008. More

SEC Media Days Notebook: Tebow living a new reality

HOOVER, Ala. – Tim Tebow was strolling through an airport in Germany this summer when a man who didn’t speak English recognized the Florida star quarterback. More

Decision on Doster's future expected within a week

HOOVER, Ala. – Vanderbilt football coach Bobby Johnson said Wednesday that a decision is expected within the next week on the future of VU running back Jermaine Doster, who was arrested last week in Tampa, Fla., and faces three misdemeanor charges. More

Decision on Doster's future expected within a week

HOOVER, Ala. – Vanderbilt football coach Bobby Johnson said Wednesday that a decision is expected within the next week on the future of VU running back Jermaine Doster, who was arrested last week in Tampa, Fla., and faces three misdemeanor charges. More

Titans sign second-round pick

The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on a multi-year contract with second-round pick defensive lineman Jason Jones. More

Former Vandy star Williams signs with Bears

Former Vanderbilt offensive tackle Chris Williams agreed to a five-year contract Wednesday with the Chicago Bears, who drafted him in the 14th round of this year's NFL Draft. More