RTC: Arm-wrestling for No. 6 didn't happen

May, 29, 2014
May 29
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Maikon Bonani says he’s gotten far more accurate while maintaining his big leg, says Lauren Moore of The Tennessean. The Titans are hoping Bonani or rookie Travis Coons emerge to replace Rob Bironas. Coons isn't at OTAs as he is finishing school at Washington.

Derrick Morgan talked to The Wake Up Zone in Nashville about OTAs and more. (Audio.)

Titans defensive lineman Jurrell Casey ranked 27th in the NFL, according to Khaled Elsayed of Pro Football Focus.

It was a funny story that Brett Kern held onto his No. 6 when he beat Charlie Whitehurst at arm-wrestling. But it became clear it was a hoax when Kern visited the Midday 180 and I asked him if it was a gag. “We’ll see,” he said. Later Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean told us via Twitter that it was a funny story but didn’t happen.

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