Taking a look at the Tennessee Titans 2014 offseason plans.
The additions of free agent Andy Levitre and former Alabama star Chance Warmack were the splashier moves but fourth-round pick Brian Schwenke could emerge as the glue behind a revamped and suddenly powerful offensive line for the Titans.
Most were surprised when Buffalo traded down and selected quarterback EJ Manuel at No. 16. Clark Judge says it was all part of the plan.
The Tennessee Titans added free agents Kevin Walter and Chris Spencer on Monday. Walter started 13 games at wide receiver for the Texans last season, while Spencer started five games on the offensive line for the Bears.
New coaches usually have to rebuild both sides of the ball, but Marc Trestman was brought in with this mandate: Fix Jay Cutler and score more points. Revamping the Bears' offensive line is a good place to start.
This game decides Bears playoff hopes and possibly coach Lovie Smith's future, although no reputable source has gone on record saying GM Phil Emery is definitely replacing the Bears coach if they fail to get into the playoffs.
The Bears look to keep dwindling playoff hopes alive with a win in Arizona, where they have not played since the infamous Monday Night Meltdown in 2006 where then-Cardinals coach Dennis Green made history with his post-game tirade.
LB Brian Urlacher was unable to practice Wednesday, but WR Earl Bennett, CB Tim Jennings and DT Henry Melton returned.
The Green Bay Packers clinched the NFC North title with a 21-13 victory in Chicago over the slumping Bears.
The list of Bears players who would have been out with injuries on Wednesday was so long that the team decided to cancel practice.

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