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This week, rumors have been circulating around Titan Nation that Tennessee Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter was being shopped by other NFL teams. This news did not settle well with Titan fans, as they’ve naturally become on the defensive on thought of losing one of the offense’s key players. Don’t you dare touch our damn merchandise. But, how effective has Hunter been this season? After posting 18 receptions, 354 receiving yards, and 4 TDs last season, his rookie season, Hunter has only been able to muster 9 receptions for 138 receiving yards this season.
Titans beat writer, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean, mentioned this week that the Justin Hunter trade rumor was in fact “just another bogus rumor that gets started this time of year.” However, Wyatt did report that the Titans’ staff were “disappointed” with Hunter’s “inconsistencies”, but they have no intentions of trading the Titans receiver. The detailed rumor was that their was buzz in Cleveland that the Browns were interested in obtaining Hunter for undrafted running back, Isaiah Crowell.
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If you’re not wanting to see Justin Hunter go, don’t panic, not yet.
Cleveland Browns punt returner Travis Benjamin is taking with big headed confidence, and there is not a damn thing we can do about it. “It’s all got to do with me,” Benjamin said of his early struggles. “I’m going to showcase my skills coming into the Tennessee game and put our special teams in the top rank where they’re supposed to be.”
Maybe, if we had some sort of track record to this season that we can stop a team, then and only then, can we talk.
If a Titans’ player says he wouldn’t even root for the team he plays for, then what does that say about the fans? However, he is right. This team does need to “just show up and play.”
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I’d say St. Louis is most likely to happen. If he went to any of three suggested teams, you could expect a morale boost for that fan base.
Maybe. Anywhere Chip Kelly goes there is a path of short success and destruction. Philly be warned.
More drama in the Big Easy.
The Browns’ running back is recovering from a knee injury, but after showing progress in practice, he is likely to start against the Titans. Dammit.
We already knew this from experience. Good luck Baltimore.