Titans SLB Akeem Ayers played middle linebacker in nickel packages during the team's regular season finale.
The Titans used SLB Akeem Ayers almost exclusively as a defensive end in passing situations in their Week 8 loss to the Colts.
Titans SLB Akeem Ayers is expected to line up as a pass rusher with regularity this season.
Titans SLB Akeem Ayers is concentrating on improving his pass-rushing skills this offseason.
New Titans defensive assistant/pass-rush specialist Keith Millard specifically mentioned SLB Akeem Ayers as a player it will be "fun to work with."
Rookies Akeem Ayers and Colin McCarthy have picked up snaps while staying on the field in nickel packages.
Second-round rookie Akeem Ayers is the Titans' projected starter at strong-side linebacker.
Second-round pick Akeem Ayers is already running as a starter in Titans camp, displacing Gerald McRath at strong-side linebacker.
Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray plans to use second-round OLB Akeem Ayers at multiple positions as a "jack-of-all-trades" playmaker.
Titans selected UCLA LB Akeem Ayers with the No. 39 overall pick in the 2011 NFL draft.
ESPN New York's Rich Cimini has UCLA OLB Akeem Ayers going to the Jets at No. 30 overall in his final mock draft.
NFL Films guru Greg Cosell believes UCLA LB Akeem Ayers has "competitive red flags."
Beat writer D. Orlando Ledbetter thinks the Falcons' most likely target at No. 27 is UCLA LB Akeem Ayers.
ESPN New York's Rich Cimini is "hearing" three names connected to the Jets at No. 30 overall: Akeem Ayers, Phil Taylor, and Brooks Reed.