Senior Bowl Gives Titans Insight for Draft

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  1. A living legend. Staff

    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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  2. fitantitans

    fitantitans This space For Rent

    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!!!!!!!
  3. Puck

    Puck Pro Bowler

    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.
  4. GLinks

    GLinks Second Gear

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