NASHVILLE, Tenn. – So Mike Vrabel did clever work to fend it off.

During his appearance on “Bussin’ with the Boys,” the fun podcast hosted by Taylor Lewan and Will Compton he said lazy reporters were bound to pick up something from it and make it a story.VrabelTalk

Then on the episode, where a generally unguarded guy was even more unguarded, he said something that he was absolutely worthy of being picked up and written about. [Unlocked]

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Where Tajae Sharpe and Darius Jennings fit into WR group as Titans head toward camp

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans’ upgrades at wide receiver bump some guys down to more suitable spots in the rotation.

Corey Davis should be the guy with the most snaps, and Adam Humphries may be right behind him depending on how the Titans deploy him outside of three-wide sets when he’s automatically the slot guy.

The hope would be that A.J. Brown will quickly establish himself as a top-three guy, which would then rank Taywan Taylor fourth, Tajae Sharpe fifth and Darius Jennings and Cameron Batson vying for sixth and seventh -- spots that 


The Titans started last season with six wide receivers on the roster: Davis, Rishard Matthews, Taylor, Sharpe, Batson and Jennings. They finished the year with five: That group minus Matthews, who asked for and got his release early in the season.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Dennis Kelly is locked in as a tackle for the Titans, but there was a time Chip Kelly thought he was purely a guard.

TakeALap 2Dennis Kelly and I covered that and a lot more when we took a lap.

Once again, I struggled to frame myself with a guy a foot taller than me -- see the Brent Urban episode.

But I think that made the conversation that much better as we discussed Disney princesses, how Kelly learned of his trade from the Eagles to the Titans, his best friends, bads drivers and super-athletic dogs.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- When it comes to analysts, or  “analysts,” not thinking much of the Titans, I consistently tell you to pay them no heed.

TitansChipI have a hard time understanding why so many Titans' fans get so worked up when a no-name fantasy analyst they’ve never heard of before who’s a league employee says the Titans will win three games. (I mentioned in my recent mailbag.)

Even if you’re an overly optimistic homer, you know more about the team than he does, unless you consider having a great degree of fantasy-ranking knowledge counting as in-depth knowledge of a team.

But I do wonder why Vegas, which typically knows what is what, is down on the Titans.

According to Sascha Paruk from SBD, oddsmakers consider the AFC South one of the most wide-open divisions in the NFL.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Happy Fourth of July weekend.

Please, may we set aside this thing where we've got to be red or blue and we can't even think about liking someone on the other side and instead all be red, white and blue while we enjoy our barbeques, fireworks and beers.


Onward to some mail!

Kenny Gore Do you agree Henry is in much the same contract situation as Marcus?? Team should consider the Franchise Tag if Henry has a good season. Many fans already love him, but I think he has not been consistent enough to extend; even if he has a good season this yr. He hasn't been consistent in any season. He always comes on strong to end the yr; while


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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As we move on with prediction week, we shift to tight end.

The Titans seemed more satisfied with Luke Stocker in that blocking tight end role than most of us on the outside were in 2018, and then he got a free agent deal to catch up to the coach who brought him to Tennessee.SmithWattHouston

Stocker is with Mike Mularkey and the Atlanta Falcons now.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- I'd like to introduce you to the newest element of my work, a 104.5 The Zone-produced podcast called "Elsewhere."elsewhere logo square

In it, I'll head places I don't have the time or the room to go here, where The Paul Kuharsky Podcast continues, or on The Midday 180.

Episode 1 is about how recent discoveries about two guys I absolutely love, Howard Stern and Bruce Springsteen, left me wondering if I know them as well as I think and contemplating my general default setting as a fierce loyalist. [Unlocked]

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