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By Josh Alper

The Titans had both of their top wide receivers in the lineup for Monday night’s win over the Bills, but neither of them were on the practice field Wednesday. Julio Jones was out with the hamstring injury that he suffered in that game. Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said on Tuesday that the team would [more] Read more…

By Josh Alper

The Titans announced a series of roster moves on Tuesday, including a move to injured reserve for two players who suffered season ending injuries in Monday night’s win. Cornerback Caleb Farley and wide receiver Cameron Batson both tore their ACLs during the victory, so the Titans opened a pair of roster spots by putting them [more] Read more…

By Josh Alper

The Titans saw several players leave Monday night’s win over the Bills with injuries, including wide receiver Julio Jones. Jones had missed the previous two games with a hamstring injury, but returned to the starting lineup on Monday. He had three catches for 59 yards, including a 48-yarder he grabbed after it caromed off the [more] Read more…

By Myles Simmons

Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan was strapped to a backboard was he was carted off the field in the second quarter of Monday night’s game against the Bills. But he appears to be OK on Tuesday. Lewan tweeted, “Thank you for all the thoughts and prayers, I’m alright. #NoBadDays” on Tuesday afternoon. Shortly after, head [more] Read more…

By Myles Simmons

Receiver Josh Gordon was active for his second game with Kansas City on Sunday, but he didn’t get much playing time. After Gordon was on the field for just nine snaps in his Week Five debut, he ended up playing just 11 in the Chiefs’ 31-13 victory over Washington. Gordon didn’t receive a target in [more] Read more…

By Josh Alper

After the first half of Sunday’s game against the Chiefs, it looked like things had a good chance of working out for the Washington Football Team. The Chiefs turned the ball over three times to continue their string of ragged play and help Washington to a 13-10 lead. The second half would go much differently [more] Read more…

By Josh Alper

Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu got heated during the first half of Sunday’s win over Washington and he remained so on Twitter after the game. Mathieu engaged with critics of him and the team on social media and, per Adam Teicher of ESPN.com, said in response to someone tweeting about a missed tackle that he fractured [more] Read more…

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