Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by DJB, Nov 26, 2013.
Before someone else does
Wylie had 2 bobbles in the return game again. Luckily we got them both back. What do we have to do to get a returner that just catches the damn ball? It shouldn't be that hard.
He's hurt, what good is he to us hurt?
The Titans plan to sign veteran running back/return man Leon Washington today, per colleague Jim Wyatt.
Tennessee worked Washington and Mike Thomas out earlier today, after return man Devon Wylie fumbled twice in two games for the Titans.
An eight-year veteran, Washington was released earlier this week by New England after playing just two games for the Patriots.
In his career, Washington has returned 245 kicks for a 25.9-yard average and eight touchdowns. He returned three kicks for touchdowns in both 2007 and 2010. Washington has returned 168 punts for a 9.9-yard average and zero touchdowns.
Washington spent 2012 in Seattle, returning 27 kicks for a 29-yard average and one touchdown, and returning 41 punts for an 8.7-yard average and zero touchdowns.
Wylie had replaced injured wide receiver Damian Williams (hip), who is expected to return to practice this week.
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Source: Titans Insider
Hell yeah. I still say we should have signed Cribbs earlier.
Everytime a recognizable name becomes a free agent everyone thinks we should sign them regardless of anything other that the name. Makes no sense.
Awesome, picking up someone that wasn't good enough to play for any other team.
LOL, who made the thread asking about this guy?
we've got a team fulla those anyways, what's one more gonna hurt?
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