Former Titans head coach Jeff Fisher said he would not think about returning to coaching until January.
Titans WR Kenny Britt was in a New Jersey courthouse on Thursday where charges against him were reduced one week after another arrest.
Titans WR Kenny Britt is sought by Metro police for two outstanding warrants sworn out by the Tennessee Highway Patrol, according to PFW correspondent Jim Wyatt.
Veteran QB Kerry Collins said he is open to returning to the Titans, where he would be mentoring Jake Locker, if it "makes sense for both sides."
The Titans reportedly will hold on to WR Kenny Britt, who was arrested for the second time in two months this week.
One day after pleading guilty to a careless driving charge, Titans WR Kenny Britt was arrested in Hoboken, N.J., and charged with two counts of resisting arrest by Hoboken narcotics officers, The Jersey Journal reported Thursday.
Titans WR Kenny Britty pleaded guilty to a careless driving charge in New Jersey. He was fined $478, according to PFW correspondent and Tennessean writer Jim Wyatt.
With NFL teams stuck in limbo thanks to the lockout, we are looking at where teams stand as they await the opening of the 2011 league year. Today, we take a look at the Titans.
Titans WR Kenny Britt had felony charges against him downgraded to lesser offenses in New Jersey after a review by the prosecutor's office.
We hear the Titans are likely to be pleased that CB Cortland Finnegan has taken on more of a leadership role by organizing team workouts during the lockout.
The Titans face a difficult decision on veteran SS Chris Hope, who did not play well in 2010 and is owed $6.5 million next season.
Randy Moss had just six catches for 80 yards in his time with the Titans last year, and the team doesn't plan on re-signing him.
The Titans have big plans for second-round LB Akeem Ayers, who possesses the size and athletic ability to be a playmaker in the team's defense.
Here are some potential compelling AFC South story lines that are in jeopardy because of the NFL lockout.
Fantasy owners will need to exercise more caution than they Titans did when considering Jake Locker this year.