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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Fry, Jul 17, 2006.

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  1. Fry

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    Ravens QB Steve McNair showed consistent improvement throughout his first minicamp in Baltimore. The way we hear it, McNair and WR Derrick Mason picked up right where they left off from their time together in Tennessee, and their exceptional chemistry was apparent.

    Though Titans WR Bobby Wade struggled famously as a punt returner in Chicago with the swirling winds in Soldier Field, he might start the season with that duty. Though the WR position is crowded in Tennessee, expect Wade to make the roster -- the coaches appear to like him a great deal.

    It appears the Titans are slipping out of the Ty Law running, but that doesn't mean they aren't looking for a cornerback. If a veteran comes available before or during training camp, don't be surprised if they make a big push.
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  2. Bulluckfan

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    Glad to hear the Law news. I am not for signing him, though I think he would bring a lot to our team. I just think we are OK with Pacman and Hill. I'd rather sign depth, and Law is not depth...he's an expensive starter.
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  4. Law is expenisive, plus he gave away a lot of penalties last year and thats the one thing we don't need going into this season...more penalties!

    I'd still prefer Pacman at PR, although not so much at KR
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  5. ya, pacman should definately be the pr, he would have ran a kr back to a touchdown last year, if a guy on our team had just stayed on the ground, but he was getting up right as pacman was jumping over him, and he came up between his legs knocking pacman down
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  6. MadAboutMcNair

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    I would love to see him return punts. But I would rather see him shut down the opponents best wr.
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