Senior Bowl Gives Titans Insight for Draft

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  1. goTitans.com

    goTitans.com A living legend. Staff

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    SUMMARY: Titans Coach Jeff Fisher sees coaching in the Senior Bowl a huge benefit for Tennessee. "I think one can assume that because of the relationship that we have now with the players that we're going to have a better feel for them," Fisher said. The Titans not only get the closest look at each player during drills, they get a better insight into the players' personality. Fisher said the staff gets to see how they react to a bad play, and how they interact with teammates. And sometimes, little things like that can make the difference between getting drafted and getting passed over.

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    I mentioned the name Robinson, QB Penn St earlier this year. His name came up again in a statement from Chow. Remember that name come draft day!!!!!!!
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  3. Puck

    Puck Pro Bowler

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    Michael Robinson is being worked in 3 different positions
    (in order of emphasis)
    WR / QB / RB

    currently being coined as a "Slash"
    and drawing comparisons to Antwan Randle El and Arnaz Battle

    i think he looks good at WR, he's quick and has nice footwork


    he'll probably project better at WR like Matt Jones.
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  4. GLinks

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    Just not in the first round, and maybe not until day two.
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