Titans News: They’re back (maybe)!

The Titans announced that they had another positive COVID test on Sunday, this time a staff member. They still were able to get clearance from the NFL to practice outdoors on Sunday afternoon.

DaQuan Jones and Beau Brinkley were both activated from the COVID list, which is big news for the team.

On Saturday, before the building was shut down, the Titans returned to prepare for the Bills on Tuesday night.

The benefit to the games being postponed thus far is that it has allowed players like Taylor Lewan and A.J. Brown to potentially be available for Tuesday night’s game.

Isaiah Wilson was also activated from the COVID list. Hopefully this will mean he can jumpstart his development.

Adoree Jackson is still on IR, but that does not mean he can’t be activated before Tuesday’s game.

Dak Prescott suffered a horrible leg injury on Sunday afternoon. Thoughts and prayers are with him for a speedy and full recovery.

After an 0-5 start, the Falcons fired both Thomas Dimitroff, their GM and Dan Quinn, their head coach.

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. Maybe a dumb question here, but I’ll be brave & ask….

    We know that Dan Quinn was once an outstanding defensive coordinator. How does his iteration of the Legion of Boom compare with what Vrabel likes to do on defense?

    Could we benefit from swooping in and picking up a guy who was historically good as a DC, kinda sucked as a head coach after blowing the Super Bowl & losing Kyle Shanahan, but who could now really use a job close to “home” that would play to his strengths and really let him catch his breath and hit stride again?

    I would hate to see him go back to Seattle. They are dangerous enough as it is with a bad defense!

    1. Seattle didn’t make a move to get Bradley back after he was fired, so I’d bet they don’t make a play for Quinn.

      His defense is way too different from what we run here for him to be a candidate here. Who knows what will happen in the offseason though, maybe Vrabel would be willing to take a step back on defense if the right coach was available.

      1. Cybersqueak, thanks for sharing your insight with me. It makes sense.

        For what it’s worth, I’m still feeling pretty trusting toward the Vrabel D Experiment. I think we will know within the season whether it is gonna be a long-term success or something that needs to give way to a new chapter this next offseason.

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