Firecoachfisher.com was launched last week, and has seen nearly 48,000 visitors tour the site, which offers T-shirts and hats for sale. As of Thursday, they had sold 38 Fire Jeff Fisher T-shirts.
Keepcoachfisher.com was launched Sunday after Tennessee's 45-14 loss to Dallas. Only 2,032 people have ventured to the new site -- not exactly an overwhelming show of confidence for the second-longest tenured coach in the NFL with the same team behind Pittsburgh's Bill Cower.
Haynesworth was suspended five games and said he will not appeal.
While there has been national debate on whether five games was enough, I think it is. I also think he will be monitored closely by the NFL and any similar act in the future will result in even more severe punishment. Let's hope Haynesworth doesn't become the NFL equivalent to NBA player Ron Artest.
The Tennessee Titans selected Adam "Pacman" Jones with the sixth pick in the 2005 NFL Draft.
Among the players the Titans passed over to take "Pacman" were Dallas Cowboys linebacker Demarcus Ware (#11), San Diego linebacker Shawne Merriman (#12), Cincinnati linebacker David Pollack (#17), and Dallas defensive end Marcus Spears (#20).
You have to wonder how much any of those players would have helped the Titans' run defense that ranks next-to-last in the NFL in rushing yards allowed.
Last month, Titans owner Bud Adams said Jeff Fisher would stay the head coach of the Titans regardless of how the 2006 season shook down.
After Sunday's 45-14 loss to Dallas, Bud has changed his tune, now saying "We'll see after the season," when asked if Fisher was still his guy.
After seeing how the Titans bid farewell to Javon Kearse, Derrick Mason, Randall Godfrey, Samari Rolle, Steve McNair, and Billy Volek, one gets the idea the departure of Fisher at season's end will be handled in the same bad manner.
Meanwhile, the Titans have brought back defensive tackle Robaire Smith, who spent his first four seasons with Tennessee before signing with Houston as a free agent last year. Despite recording a career-high 102 tackles last year, the Texans released Smith. Probably had to do with selecting Mario Williams with the top pick in last year's draft.
Signing Smith continues the flurry of the Titans raiding the other NFL teams' garbage bins this week, after previously signing defensive lineman DeQuincy Scott, cornerback Eric King off waivers from the Buffalo Bills, defensive end Josh Savage off waivers from the Atlanta Falcons, and linebacker Colby Bockwoldt off waivers from the New Orleans Saints.
The Titans made ten cuts Tuesday, including former Murray State defensive tackle Marcus White, who was a second-year player for the Titans.
Others getting their walking papers were quarterback Cody Hodges, receivers Tramain Hall, O.J. Small and Sloan Thomas, linebackers Jared Newberry and Colin Allred, defensive linemen Adam Roberts and Garrett McIntyre, and guard Derrick Warford.
The Titans play Green Bay in a rare Friday afternoon game in the land of cheese.
Great day for a football game Friday on WKDZ -- Titans first, then Wildcats second.
Titans pre-game starts at 2pm Friday. Later, Wildcat pregame is at 7:03pm.
WKDZ has been named the 2006 Titans Radio Partner of the Year, given to the station that best demonstrates a commitment to the Titans and the community.
"This honor shows the kind of quality work they not only do with the Titans, but I see it in what they do with their high school coverage, their coverage of Kentucky, the Live Afternoon Drive, mornings, and everything else they are involved in," said Titans Radio Executive Producer Larry Stone. "It's for that entire body of work that we wanted to say thank you to WKDZ and say how lucky western Kentucky is to have a community radio station that gets involved the way WKDZ does."
The Titans Radio Network is the largest broadcast network in the NFL, boasting 80 affiliates in six states.
I guess Billy Volek wasn't the man after all. The Titans have signed quarterback Kerry Collins, who make his way into the starting lineup. It's the same Kerry Collins that has a 66-79 record as a starter.
It should be painful for Titans coaches in practice to watch the throwing styles of the flappy-armed Collins and the side-arm delivery of Vince Young.
There is no truth to the rumor that Titans owner Bud Adams tried to talk Dan Pastorini and Warren Moon out of retirement.
Rookie quarterback Vince Young and the Titans got a scare Wednesday when he hit his throwing hand on a helmet during practice Young will test his hand today to see if he can grip a football. The Titans host Atlanta Saturday in their next-to-last preseason scrimmage.
By now, you've heard of the incident in Saturday's NFL preseason game between the Titans and Saints involving T-Rac, the Titan mascot, hitting Saints quarterback Adrian McPherson with his golf cart. It's the same McPherson who was kicked off the Florida State football team for gambling and even enrolled at Murray State before quickly dropping out.
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