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Justin Hunter basically unstoppable on fades
by Larry Hartstein |

Titans receiver Justin Hunter is making the fade pattern "look all too easy," reports the Tennessean. When the team get near the goal line, Jake Locker lofts a pass toward the corner of the end zone and "the 6-4, 203-pound Hunter turns into the Titans' version of a jack-in-the-box, leaping over defenders to haul in a touchdown pass – just as he did in Friday's loss to the Saints," the paper said.

"He's so big and so long, and he has the ability to jump and he has such a big catch radius," Locker told the paper. "You're able to put the ball a lot of places to give him a chance. That puts a lot of pressure on the defense at that point."

Hunter beat the Chargers with a leaping 34-yard touchdown catch in the closing seconds last year. He's looking for a lot more opportunities in the end zone this season.

"They want to use my big frame, so they throw it to me there," Hunter said. "The cornerback has to turn his back at some point to try to defend me. That's when I can use my leaping ability to go over the top of him – before he gets a chance to figure it out."

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Ken Whisenhunt says Bishop Sankey not a fumbler
by Larry Hartstein |

Titans rookie running back Bishop Sankey, who's had ball security issues in the first two preseason games, is not a fumbler, coach Ken Whisenhunt told Whisenhunt attributed Sankey's problems thus far to his footwork and technique.

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Shonn Greene returns from knee injury
by Larry Hartstein |

Titans running back Shonn Greene, who injured his knee in Friday's game against the Saints, returned to practice Monday, reports the Tennessean.

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Bishop Sankey must improve ball security
by Larry Hartstein |

Titans running back Bishop Sankey is having "continued fumbling issues" that could cost him some offensive opportunities, reports the Tennessean. The rookie lost a fumble Friday against the Saints after botching a handoff a week before.

The paper noted Sankey "has had exchange issues with quarterbacks in practice."

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Justin Hunter provides 'a glimpse' of what he can do
by Larry Hartstein |

Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt is seeing growth from second-year receiver Justin Hunter, who caught four passes for 111 yards and two touchdowns against the Saints. reports the 6-4 Hunter "showed off the leaping ability that can make him practically impossible to defend."

"I think you’re seeing just a glimpse of what he can be, but because of what he did last night, let’s not make the mistake and think he’s, by any stretch, close to what he can be," Whisenhunt said. "There are a lot of things, from route depth to discipline on his releases, where even though he made some big plays last night, those have got to become more consistent.

"So he’s still got a lot of work to do. I’m excited for two things: No. 1 because he can make those big plays; and No. 2, because he seems to have the right mindset to work on those two things. Part of being a young player is you’ve got to be able to do that yourself. Right now, he has to be reminded at times to do that. Not from a negative standpoint, just because there is a lot going on.

"I’m seeing growth, we’ve just got to continue to see that."

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