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Stadium: LP Field | Coach: Ken Whisenhunt
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense29th90.4 (26th)213.2 (22nd)
Defense27th137.2 (31st)235.8 (15th)


Sun Sep 7
W 26 - 10at KC
Sun Sep 14
L 26 - 10DAL
Sun Sep 21
L 33 - 7at CIN
Sun Sep 28
L 41 - 17at IND
Sun Oct 5
L 29 - 28CLE
Sun Oct 12
W 16 - 14JAC
Sun Oct 19
L 19 - 17at WAS
Sun Oct 26
L 30 - 16HOU
Sun Nov 9
L 21 - 7at BAL
Mon Nov 17
L 27 - 24PIT
Sun Nov 23
L 43 - 24at PHI
Sun Nov 30
L 45 - 21at HOU
Sun Dec 7
L 36 - 7NYG
Sun Dec 14
L 16 - 11NYJ
Thu Dec 18
L 21 - 13at JAC
Sun Dec 28
L 27 - 10IND


Titans OL Roos announces retirement after 10 seasons
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Titans offensive lineman Michael Roos announced his retirement via social media Thursday. Roos spent his entire 10-year career with the Titans. He played in only five games in 2014 because of a knee injury.

Roos released a statement on Instagram and talked about life after football: "Although I don't know what adventure the future holds, I know there will be family, friends, travel, whiskey, cigars and beer. All a man can ask for, and more."

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CB Ike Taylor compares Dick LeBeau to Duke's Coach K
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

With cornerback Ike Taylor hitting the free agent market this offseason, the Titans could be a landing spot if they're interested in him. 

Taylor has spent his entire career with the Steelers since 2003, when he was selected in the fourth round of the draft. But with former Steelers defensive coordinator joining the Titans coaching staff, moving to Tennessee is an attractive option for Taylor. 

"Coach LeBeau recruits himself. He is like Coach K [Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski]; you know what you are getting yourself into,’’ Taylor told The Tennessean. “You don’t have to ask the veteran guys who have played under him. Just say Coach LeBeau wants you to come, and they’d say: “What time? That’s the way people feel about him.”

Taylor only played five games in 2014 due to injuries. He totaled 16 tackles and two pass deflections. The Steelers are not expected to re-sign Taylor. 

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Titans' Zach Mettenberger: I can hold off Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Titans quarterback Zach Mettenberger remains hopeful he's the quarterback of the future, even with Tennessee holding the No. 2 pick in this year's draft.

The 2014 sixth-round pick showed some confidence in his role with the team while speaking to reporters at an event in Nashville, noting that he could hold off the top two quarterback prospects, Florida State's Jameis Winston or Oregon's Marcus Mariota, if the Titans used their No. 2 pick on a quarterback, per ESPN.

"They are obviously very talented guys," Mettenberger said. " … If they were here I think they would say the same thing: If we had to compete out there, I think I'd beat them out."

General manager Ruston Webster said Wednesday at the combine that the Titans haven't given up on Mettenberger at quarterback, despite their low draft pick. Mettenberger admitted that the GM has been completely straight with him, with "no smoke and mirrors."

Tennessee installed Mettenberger under center as the starter in late October. He went without a win in six starts before missing the final three games of his rookie campaign with a shoulder injury. He threw for 1,412 yards with eight touchdowns and seven interceptions in 2014.

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Titans' Michael Griffin, Blidi Wreh-Wilson still rehabbing injuries
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Titans safety Michael Griffin and cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson are still recovering and rehabbing from shoulder injuries, coach Ken Whisenhunt told the Tennessean Friday.

"I think both of them will be able to do stuff later in the offseason," Whisenhunt said, "but probably won't get full clearance until late in the offseason, or until training camp."

Griffin suffered a torn labrum during the season, but managed to play all 16 games for Tennessee, totaling 112 tackles with three sacks and two interceptions.

Wreh-Wilson suffered a dislocated shoulder in 2014, allowing him to play just 11 games. He totaled 48 tackles with one interception and 10 passes defended.

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Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter progressing well from spleen injury
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter has had no setbacks in the recovery process from the lacerated spleen he suffered last season, according to coach Ken Whisenhunt.

"He is fine," Whisenhunt said to the Tennessean. "He is in there rehabbing and everything is good. He is doing a nice job."

Hunter suffered the injury last in the regular season and was hospitalized for a few days before being place on season-ending injured reserve.

He finished the year with 28 catches for 498 yards and three touchdowns in 12 games.

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