Player News - Titans

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Titans first-round WR Corey Davis (ankle) believes he could play a game right now if necessary.

Davis required "minor" surgery after injuring his ankle training in January. The Titans are taking it slow with him in OTAs. The No. 5 overall pick should be full bore for training camp.
May 25 - 2:04 PM

Marcus Mariota (leg) is participating at Titans OTAs and appears to be ahead of schedule.

Mariota fractured his fibula and ankle last December. "Four months ago I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to participate in OTAs, and being able to do some of the drills ... I was very happy and very grateful," he said. "It was fun to be out there with the guys." Mariota isn't moving at full speed yet, but he is taking part in walkthroughs, individual drills, and 7-on-7s. He is one of this year's highest-ceiling late-round quarterback picks.
May 25 - 10:34 AM

Titans signed fifth-round LB Jayon Brown to a four-year contract.

Brown succeeded Myles Jack at UCLA and led the Pac-12 in tackles as a senior. Undersized at 6'/230, Brown has plus coverage skills and plays special teams. The latter will be his way to a roster spot as a rookie.
May 24 - 10:39 AM

Titans signed first-round CB Adoree' Jackson to a four-year contract.

Jackson was a weekly highlight reel at USC as a corner, returner, and gadget player. He won the 2016 Thorpe Award as the nation's top defensive back, and used his track-and-field talent to post a 4.42 forty and a 10-foot-2 broad jump at the Combine. He'll contribute immediately on both special teams and defense.
May 23 - 4:07 PM

Titans signed WR Darius Jennings.

Jennings appeared in four games for the Browns as a rookie in 2015 before spending last year on the Bears' and Jets' practice squads. He's just a camp body for the Titans, who are suddenly well-stocked at wide receiver.
May 19 - 3:40 PM

Titans signed third-round TE Jonnu Smith to a four-year contract.

A four-year starter at Florida International, Smith caught 178 career passes. Standing in at 6-foot-3, 248 pounds, Smith tore up the Combine, posting eye-popping numbers across the board. Smith can be a body catcher, but is an all-around prospect in a deceptively-good landing spot. Delanie Walker turns 33 in August. Smith is worth a late-round flier in rookie drafts.
May 16 - 5:54 PM

Titans coach Mike Mularkey is trying to find ways to get Marcus Mariota (leg) on the field for OTAs.

Mariota isn't able to run at full speed yet but Mularkey still wants him to get reps so he can build chemistry with some of the team's newcomers including first-round pick Corey Davis. One way the Titans can accomplish that is by using Mariota in 7-on-7 drills. "That’s one way to be able to do it without a rush in his face and having to move," said Mularkey. "We’re working on other ways to get the work done." Mariota is still on track for Week 1.
May 14 - 11:26 AM

Titans.com’s Jim Wyatt wouldn’t rule out Marcus Mariota (leg) sitting the entire preseason.

This is speculative with Mariota still in the early stages of his recovery, but the Titans have said they aren’t going to rush him. Assuming he’s healthy, it would be surprising if Mariota didn't get live reps with rookie additions Corey Davis, Taywan Taylor, and Jonnu Smith. Mariota’s Week 1 status isn’t in doubt.
May 13 - 6:15 PM

No. 5 overall pick Corey Davis (ankle surgery) is participating in individual work at Titans rookie camp.

Davis suffered a severe ankle injury in January and will be eased into spring drills. On Friday, coach Mike Mularkey said the Titans are "monitoring Corey Davis and being careful." Davis should be full go by the start of or early in training camp. While we are huge fans of Davis' long-term outlook with Marcus Mariota, his early sixth-round ADP is standing out as aggressive.
May 12 - 6:02 PM

Marcus Mariota (leg) still isn't running at full speed.

Mariota is still recovering from a broken leg he suffered late last season. He appears to be making progress but the Titans aren't going to rush things with their franchise quarterback. There's no concern about Mariota's availability for Week 1.
May 12 - 4:34 PM

Titans signed sixth-round OL Corey Levin to a four-year contract.

Tennessee also locked up seventh-rounders LB Josh Carraway, OT Brad Seaton, and RB Khalfani Muhammad to four-year deals. Levin was a standout at Chattanooga, but he could struggle with the big jump in competition to the NFL.
May 12 - 10:32 AM

Titans signed seventh-round OT Brad Seaton to a four-year contract.

Seaton was amongst the final picks of the draft. The small-school prospect (Villanova) is likely headed to the practice squad. Seaton's most notable attribute is his insane height (6-foot-9).
May 11 - 8:17 PM

The man suing Tajae Sharpe claims Sharpe beat him unconscious after the man "made comments about Sharpe getting less playing time" due to the Titans' selection of Corey Davis.

The lawsuit filed by alleged victim Dante Satterfield says "it was understood by all parties that Sharpe was upset by the Titans' selection of Davis." Along with teammate OG Sebastian Tretola, Sharpe allegedly followed Satterfield outside Tin Roof Bar in Nashville, where Satterfield was allegedly "punched in the face to the point of unconsciousness." A passerby saw Satterfield unresponsive on the ground and called 911. To reiterate, no criminal charges have been filed against Sharpe or Tretola, at least not yet.
May 10 - 11:08 PM

In a civil suit, a Nashville man is accusing Tajae Sharpe of beating him while teammate OG Sebastian Tretola "served as a lookout."

It's important to note that no criminal charges have been brought against Sharpe, which makes this look like a money grab by alleged victim Dante R. Satterfield. Satterfield's attorney insists his client is "also working with Nashville police." "The claims are ridiculous," Sharpe's agent unsurprisingly replied. "Tajae unequivocally denies any and all involvement and he looks forward to vindicating his name, clearing his name of any and all wrongdoing here."
May 10 - 8:40 PM

Titans GM Jon Robinson said first-round CB Adoree' Jackson could eventually be "sprinkled" into the offense.

Jackson was a two-way, four-down player at USC, playing corner, receiver, and returning kicks. He scored eight return touchdowns and six as a receiver for the Trojans, while also showing ball skills at corner. For now, Robinson said Jackson will learn outside and inside corner and help in the return game. Down the line, once he picks up the defense, Jackson could be sprinkled in on offense.
May 9 - 8:42 PM


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