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Hometown friends like Bennett, love Raiders

My best friend in Ohio called me the other day and said,

Gruden has bad grass habit

With the Buccaneers headed to Philadelphia to play the Eagles in the Monday night opener, coach Jon Gruden was reflecting on memories of Veterans Stadium, which is no longer the Eagles

Titans need pressure in AFC title rematch

Perhaps it is appropriate that the Tennessee Titans open the 2003 season facing the same obstacle that they could never quite clear in 2002

Titans waive Marsh, acquire rookie LB

The roster tinkering continued for the Tennessee Titans Monday afternoon, as the team acquired rookie linebacker Ray Wells off waivers from the San Francisco 49ers, released safety Stephen Marsh and also formed their initial five-man practice squad. More

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Sportscaster Bill King moves to WWTN

Posted: August 10, 8:10 a.m. CT The dominoes in the Nashville radio market continue to fall this weekend as veteran sportscaster Bill King is leaving WNSR-AM 560 and his show

Daunic, McFarland leave WTN

Posted: August 1, 2:15 p.m. CT Popular night time sports talk show hosts Willy Daunic and Darren McFarland resigned Friday from WTN-FM 99.7 and their show More

Lipscomb to open season against Sports Reach

Posted: July 22, 12:19 p.m. CTLipscomb University has released its men More

Belmont University to play Vanderbilt in inaugural game

Posted: July 16, 2:53 p.m. CTBelmont University has released its 2003-2004 men�s basketball schedule, and the Bruins will entertain Vanderbilt in the inaugural game at the new Curb Event Center. More

Predators to host Ducks in opening game

Posted: July 17, 3:02 p.m. CTThe National Hockey League released the 2003-04 regular-season schedule today and the Nashville Predators will open their sixth NHL season by hosting the defending Western Conference Champion Mighty Ducks of Anaheim on Thursday, Oct. 9 at the Gaylord Entertainment Center. More

Time draws short for Fiddler, Haydar

Forwards Vernon Fiddler and Darren Haydar are the elder statesmen at the Predators’ conditioning camp this week, and they know that their window of opportunity to make the big club narrows More

Titans release Godfrey

Posted: June 18, 1:08 p.m. CTThe Tennessee Titans cleared approximately $2 million worth of cap space Wednesday by releasing starting middle linebacker Randall Godfrey. More

Titans QB Steve McNair arrested on drunken driving charges

Posted: May 22, 1:28 p.m. CTTennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair did not practice Thursday after his arrest on drunken driving charges shortly after midnight. More

Belmont to Host 2004 A-Sun Basketball Championships

Posted: May 1, 2:52 p.m. CSTBelmont University will be hosting the 2004 Atlantic Sun Conference Men�s Basketball Championships Thursday-Sunday, March 4-6 at the new 5,000-seat Curb Event Center. More

Titans agree on contract with Sirmon

Posted: April 17, 9:35 a.m. CSTThe Tennessee Titans agreed to terms late Wednesday night on a new contract with linebacker Peter Sirmon. More

Gardner no longer Preds' assistant

Posted: April 15, 2:43 p.m. CSTNashville Predators Executive Vice President/General Manager David Poile announced today that Paul Gardner will not return as an assistant coach for the 2003-04 season. More

Anglin named hoops coach at MBA

Posted: April 14, 9:40 a.m. CSTMontgomery Bell Academy has announced the hiring of former Vanderbilt basketball standout Kevin Anglin as its new basketball coach. More

Brown in LA intensive care

Posted: April 14, 12:48 p.m. CSTUniversal South Senior Partner and Record Producer Tony Brown was involved in a serious accident on Friday while in Los Angeles. More

Titans 2003 Schedule Released

Posted: 2:00 p.m. CSTThe National Football League has released the schedules for the upcoming season, and the Tennessee Titans will make three appearances on national television. More