Titans News: Stepping up for those in need

Derrick Henry saw that a Nashville firefighter lost his home in a fire, and he made a difference by donating $10,000 to his family. Pretty cool of King Henry to step up for a community member in need.

After being waived a week ago, Breon Borders is back on the Titans. It makes sense for both parties, as he played well when called on this past season.

A fan painted a portrait of A.J. Brown this offseason. When he saw the picture in person, he had to have one made for him.

Free agency opens in just a few weeks. What does this class look like? A lot of good players in areas of need for the Titans. Shaq Barrett and Carl Lawson lead my wishlist on defense. Allen Robinson paired with A.J. Brown would be the nastiest WR duo in the league, so sign me up for that as well.

J.J. Watt did not pick the Titans as his FA destination. He didn’t pick any of the rumored teams. Instead, he picked irrelevancy in the form of the Arizona Cardinals. No disrespect to some of the fine players in Arizona, but their head coach caps their potential in a big way.

Believe it or not, the Titans’ RB situation is as good as it gets. That’s what happens when you employ Derrick Henry.

Author: Robert GreenlawBorn and raised west of the Mighty Mississippi, a 2nd-grade project on the state of Tennessee introduced Robert to Steve McNair and Eddie George, turning him into a Titans fan for life. Robert was best known for being the Music City Miracles "links guy" for the better part of a decade. He loves all things sports and can be found on The Flex fantasy football podcast, part of Broadway Sports Media.


  1. I’ve heard a lot of folks voicing this take – that JJ Watt chose lucrative irrelevance in Arizona. But I’m not so sure it’s accurate.

    Kingsbury and Arizona are generating a lot of yardage out there, and amid all of their disappointments last year, they did produce quality wins against SF (before all the injuries hit) against Seattle (when Russ was cookin’) and against Buffalo (near their end of season peak).

    2020 Arizona isn’t totally unlike 2019 Tampa. Check the records. Compare the quality wins and disappointing losses.

    Could JJ Watt fix a D that flashed at times but just never really put it all together in the same way that Brady did for the O in Tampa? I’m not calling it a certainty, but I could see it happening.

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