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Podcast: The ripple effect of one Titans' move

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- We see it all around the league. One move can have long-lasting repercussions for a franchise. The Paul Kuharsky Podcast

The worst move the Titans made in 2022 still ripples through the team, in some ways more important than others. I talk through the extent of it in The Paul Kuharsky Podcast.

The new episode awaits you on Apple, Spotify,Β Google Podcasts,Β TuneIn and YouTube, which is below.

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Subjects I dive into:

πŸ’₯ The dire need at wide receiver, the lack of veteran solutions and the indications the Titans are fine with kids as solutions.
πŸ’₯ The latest on Derrick Henry and Kevin Byard.
πŸ’₯ How "earning it on the grass" will be no challenge for Ryan Tannehill.
πŸ’₯ Thought on the Thursday night flex debate.
πŸ’₯ A Matt Hasselbeck phone number mystery.

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Podcast: The Titans’ $140 million in 2024

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- We're told, generally, that money doesn't solve everything and that the rich have issues just like the rest of us. I think that's the same when it comes to NFL teams with more money to spend.

In this week's edition of the podcast, I look at the situation coming for the Titans in a year, when they would currently have $140 million against the expected salary cap. I don't think it will wind up being the miracle solution to all the team's personnel problems that people might imagine.The Paul Kuharsky Podcast

The new episode awaits you on Apple, Spotify,Β Google Podcasts,Β TuneIn and YouTube, which is below.

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Other subjects I dive into:

πŸ’₯ How the best players are increasingly likely to move in trades than free agency.
πŸ’₯ The Falcons with an example of the kind of thing the Titans can do next year.Β 
πŸ’₯ A player who's mastered the guarantee game.
πŸ’₯ The Titans' attitude regarding the backup quarterback spot.
πŸ’₯ How Dennis Daley found another job.
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Podcast: Pick your side on Titans' injuries and David Long

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- When we look back at the Titans free-agent class of 2023, will we see a team that smartly grabbed players who didn't have full opportunity in their first chance that the team got at good prices?

In this week's edition of the podcast, I look at the five guys the team's agreed to terms with and consider just what they are getting.The Paul Kuharsky Podcast

The new episode awaits you on Apple, Spotify,Β Google Podcasts,Β TuneIn and YouTube, which is below.

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Subjects I dive into:

πŸ’₯ My strengthening feeling the team wants Andre Dillard to be its starting left tackle and how that affects what I am thinking about No. 11 in the draft
πŸ’₯ Why Arden Key left the Jaguars
πŸ’₯ Whether Azeez Al-Shazeer and Monty Rice can play next to each other
πŸ’₯ How you need to choose between injury solutions or David Long
πŸ’₯ Aaron Brewer's RFA tender as insurance against another roster hole
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Podcast: Fearing change as part of the Derrick Henry trade idea

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans can look back to a coordinator from near the turn of the century to see the sort of adaptability Tim Kelly needs to show.

In this week's edition of the podcast, I look back to Mike Heimerdinger, hired 23 years ago this week, and what he did with the offense in 2003 as an example of what the franchise can do now to open things up in looking to score more.The Paul Kuharsky Podcast

The new episode awaits you on Apple, Spotify,Β Google Podcasts,Β TuneIn and YouTube, which is below.

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Subjects I dive into:

πŸ’₯ Just how smartly Heimerdinger adapted when he had to
πŸ’₯ The reaction to potentially big changes like a Derrick Henry trade
πŸ’₯ Why year old news about throwback uniforms is being treated as if it's some sort of brand-new revelation
πŸ’₯ Players and social media
πŸ’₯ Faster wide receiver
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Podcast: The Titans' odds of hitting on a trade-up for a QB

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- You've got to go for a quarterback until you get one. But I put some guardrails on that philosophy.

In this week's edition of the podcast, I look at the last 15 trades up for a quarterback in the first round. Is a 27 percent chance at a franchise guy good enough?The Paul Kuharsky Podcast

The new episode awaits you on Apple, Spotify,Β Google Podcasts,Β TuneIn and YouTube, which is below.

And now, you can watch or listen on our new YouTube channel. You can also find that broadcast below.Β I hope you will subscribe to that as well.

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Subjects I dive into:

πŸ’₯ Coaches who skip the combine
πŸ’₯ What Tim Kelly said about last year's offense being predictability
πŸ’₯ The idea of the Titans trading up for a quarterback now versus later
πŸ’₯ Rereading your favorite book
πŸ’₯ A secret promotion
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Podcast: Why the Titans' cuts so far aren't painful and evaluating recent departures

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A new podcast episode  -- "Pain-Free Titans' Cuts" -- is up on Apple, Spotify, Google PodcastsTuneIn and YouTube, which you can see below.

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The YouTube broadcast is below.

Subjects I dive into:


πŸ’₯ What the Titans' cuts mean
πŸ’₯ A history of what recent players have done after they've left Tennessee
πŸ’₯ Free-agent edge rusher options
πŸ’₯ My review of a new city for me, Tulsa
πŸ’₯ A tribute to Taylor Lewan 

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Podcast: Malik Willis' fresh start with the Titans

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A new podcast episode  -- "Malik Willis' Fresh Start" -- is up on Apple, Spotify, Google PodcastsTuneIn and YouTube, which you can see below.

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Subjects I dive into:


πŸ’₯ The noise about QB scenarios
πŸ’₯ How new offensive coaches will be good for Malik Willis
πŸ’₯ The shape of Mike Vrabel's staff has changed, but the numbers are only up a tick
πŸ’₯ A small technical adjustment with immediate results
πŸ’₯ Fans hearing what they want 

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Podcast: Why are Titans following a Cleveland model?

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A new podcast episode  -- "The Cleveland Model?" -- is up on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, TuneIn and YouTube, which you can see below.

The Paul Kuharsky PodcastWhichever platform you prefer, please subscribe, rate and review.

Subjects I dive into:

πŸ’₯ Ran Cathon's front-office structure
πŸ’₯ Mike Vrabel's in-house hires
πŸ’₯ The importance of the spring
πŸ’₯ A notable Vrabel slip of the tongue
πŸ’₯ A shift to analysts on the coaching staff
πŸ’₯ Flex scheduling for Mondays, and eventually Thursdays?
πŸ’₯ Tim Kelly's resume

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