Reading the coverage of the Tennessee Titans...
As the ghost of Paul Kuharsky keeps you entertained with his fun series about various players' best games ever, here I am again with linkage.
We start today with John Glennon of the Tennessean who ponders whether the fact that first-round draft pick Taylor Lewan hasn't signed yet is cause for concern. He concludes it is not. "I don't think there's cause for Titans fans to get alarmed at this stage, though recent precedent does raise some concerns. Negotiations can be sluggish this time of year simply because NFL execs and agents typically take their vacations, and there's still over a month before the Titans are scheduled to report for training camp on July 25, anyway." It is a little weird that about 98 percent of draft picks are signed and he isn't yet. But with training camps a month away right now, what's the rush?
Mike Keith, the voice of the Titans, answers questions about the team on the team's official website. He is asked which Titans offseason acquisition will be the greatest asset on offense. He says if he were including draft picks, he would say Bishop Sankey (as someone who watches way too much Pac-12 football, I loved that pick). But he's not including draft picks, so he chooses Dexter McCluster.
Safety Daimion Stafford banks on his versatility, writes Lauren Moore of the Tennessean.
Our Fantasy Football staff is already doling out advice on who to watch, and two Titans make it as potential sleepers: quarterback Jake Locker and receiver Justin Hunter.