MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – Concussed, Taylor Lewan sat in his locker waiting on the rest of the Titans to get cleaned up and ready to go.

IMG 4583In that state, he’s not allowed to talk to the press, but he didn’t seem to mind listening to a few of his linemates talk about the hit that knocked him out of the game.

As safety Reshad Jones returned the first of his two interceptions, this one for 26 yards, end Alan Branch found an opportunity to bury Taylor Lewan and appeared to knock him out.

“It’s a weird angle, I think it’s a cheap shot, you can’t go back on a player like that, they’ve taught us that,” Dennis Kelly said. “Taylor is

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