Viktor Arvidsson couldn’t have planned a better birthday present for himself.
When the Tennessee Titans signed linebacker Bud Dupree and defensive end Denico Autry at the start of free agency, it was presumed the organization had made what it deemed to be the necessary upgrades to bolster its pass rush.
After starting his NFL career on the Bay, Battle Ground Academy alum and quarterback C.J. Beathard will be heading to sunny Florida for his next stop.
It took the Miami Dolphins significantly less time than the Tennessee Titans to decide that offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson wasn’t a worthwhile investment.
Three of the Tennessee Titans top defensive players last season were defensive backs. Of those three, two have been cut in the last two days in cost-saving moves for the 2021 season.
Depending on who you ask, anyone on the Nashville Predators roster without a no-movement clause could be available for the right price as the team falls lower in the Central Division standings.
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.