Brown Says He Wants to Remain in Tennessee

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  1. A living legend. Staff

    SUMMARY: RB Chris Brown attempted to distance himself yesterday from trade talks. "I have my agents try to do what's best for me," he said. "They're taking care of business. I have to come out here because I have a job to do. I have to help this team try to win. I'm going to go out, work hard in training camp and try to help us win. I want to be in Tennessee. I want to be in Nashville and I want to stay here." Brown didn't appear intimidated with the competition the Titans have at running back. "I went to Colorado and it was like Running Back U when I first went there," he said. "Everybody told me not to go there and I was fifth on the depth chart (when I started). It's nothing to me. I have to go out there, compete and let the better man win. I'm going to go out there and give you everything I've got."

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  2. Bollocks, I mean, what are we led to think.
  3. Titansfan10

    Titansfan10 Camp Fodder

    CB wants to be a titans just wants a long term deal, kinda what i had in mind throughout this whole thing... yah and damien nash is probably going to be cut from the team...
  4. GLinks

    GLinks Second Gear

    Nash is a goner. He had to know he was coming in overweight. Ridiculous. What'd he say? "It's a confusion thing?" I bet he thought something stupid like, "I can come in weighing more and compete with Brown and White for playing time." Stupid.
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