Given 2020 first-round pick Isaiah Wilson going off the rails recently, there’s more pressure on Tennessee Titans General Manager Jon Robinson to hit a home run on the team’s 2021 first-round pick than ever before.
The Tennessee Titans pursuit of free agent pass rusher J.J. Watt seemingly intensified on Wednesday night after NFL writer John Clayton reported on Pittsburgh radio station 93.7 The Fan that the Titans, Green Bay Packers and Buffalo Bills were the three frontrunners for Watt’s services.
The narrative for the Nashville Predators has drastically shifted the last few years from talking about the franchise’s Stanley Cup window to discussing if they would be best suited to clean house with a full-scale rebuild.
The writing was on the wall when Tennessee Titans General Manager Jon Robinson told reporters last week that he had not talked to 2020 first-round pick Isaiah Wilson since placing the tackle on the reserve/non-football illness list on Dec. 9.
Despite their 4-2 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday, the reality for the Nashville Predators is the playoffs are more than likely not in the cards this season.
The Tennessee Titans have several roster spots that need addressing heading into free agency and the NFL draft, but their top priorities should lie in re-signing some of their own free agents.
Sixteen games into the 2021 season and the Nashville Predators are giving the Detroit Red Wings, Ottawa Senators and Buffalo Sabres a run for their money for the best odds to land No. 1 overall pick in the NHL draft.
With the 2021 NFL draft approaching, Tennessee Titans General Manager Jon Robinson is presumably optimistic that his first-round pick this year pans out better than last year’s.
With the Nashville Predators (6-9-0, 12 points) dwelling near the bottom of the Central Division standings, time may be running out for them to salvage their dwindling Stanley Cup Playoff hopes.
When the Tennessee Titans officially announced the promotions of tight ends coach Todd Downing to offensive coordinator and outside linebackers coach Shane Bowen to defensive coordinator, the moves were viewed as somewhat puzzling.
While the debate over whether Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill belongs in the discussion of the NFL’s top signal callers endures, the 32-year-old was recently ranked as the league’s No. 8 QB by a panelist of NFL.com writers.
You may not be able to teach an old dog new tricks, but the old dog — more often than not — still remembers most of his old tricks.
If the Tennessee Titans want to avoid another first-round playoff exit in 2021, General Manager Jon Robinson needs to address the team’s lack of a pass rush this offseason.
When Nashville Mayor John Cooper announced in late December that he was in talks with Speedway Motorsports Inc. officials to bring a NASCAR Cup Series race to the Fairgrounds Nashville, one of the biggest hurdles outlined to the endeavor was the necessary upgrades the track needs to meet top…
Although Derrick Henry’s 2,000-yard season didn’t earn him any votes in the Associated Press’ NFL Most Valuable Award voting, the 26-year-old running back did win the NFL Offensive Player of the Year and the FedEx Ground Player of the Year awards.
The Tennessee Titans named new offensive and defensive coordinators on Friday, and it’s fair to ask whether the team is really better for it.
The way Wednesday night’s game between the Nashville Predators and Chicago Blackhawks was trending, it felt like just a matter of time before Matt Duchene found the back of the net.
The first thing Scott Wells remembers about that Super Bowl 10 years ago is how cold it was the week before the game.
Nashville Predators defenseman Ryan Ellis perfectly summed up the sentiment in the Nashville locker room after four of the team’s five games this season.
If the last 11 months of the COVID-19 pandemic has taught professional athletes anything, it’s that they have to be comfortable being uncomfortable.