Top Titans News

  • Titans' Derrick Henry: Signs franchise tender

    Henry signed his franchise-tag tender Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Henry's decision to sign the tender hints at confidence in working out a multi-year contract before the July 15 deadline, though Titans general manager Jon Robinson suggested Wednesday that the two parties will wait until summer to hammer out details. Any concern about a holdout can probably be put to rest, as there's no advantage to signing the tender if Henry would consider missing games in the absence of a long-term deal. Players that opted for the holdout route in past seasons declined to sign their franchise tenders, thus avoiding any fines for missing practices and other team activities.

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  • Titans' Derrick Henry: Waiting for contract negotiations

    General manager Jon Robinson said Henry and the Titans will wait until summer to discuss a long-term contract, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone Nashville reports.

    A previous report made it sound like negotiations were imminent, but it now appears the Titans will wait until after the draft and possibly longer. The team placed a franchise tag on Henry in mid-March, providing four months to discuss an extension before the July 15 deadline. If no deal is worked out by that time, Henry could decide to leave the tag unsigned and miss part or all of training camp without sacrificing any of his $10.3 million franchise-tag salary. Most players that choose the holdout path rejoin their teams before Week 1, but Le'Veon Bell in 2018 was a notable exception.

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  • Titans' Derrick Henry: Discussing contract extension

    General manager John Robinson said Wednesday that he wants to sign Henry to a long-term contract, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

    The two sides have three and a half months remaining before the July 15 deadline for franchise-tagged players to sign extensions. Henry has made it clear he wants to stay in Tennessee, where his late-season 2018 breakout carried over to a massive campaign in 2019. Big contracts for running backs have mostly turned out disastrous in recent seasons, but Henry has the advantage of starting his pro career with lighter workloads in offenses that also featured DeMarco Murray in the backfield.

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  • Titans' Greg Joseph: Competition on the way

    General manager Jon Robinson suggested Wednesday that the Titans plan to bring in some competition for Joseph, who finished the 2019 campaign as the team's kicker, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports.

    Robinson acknowledged that Joseph did a good job of "steadying the rudder" after he took over kicking duties last December, but the Titans won't hand him the job outright heading into 2020. Specifically, Robinson mentioned that the Titans are still "looking at some guys" in free agency and the upcoming draft. The 25-year-old appeared in five games with Tennessee (including the playoffs) last season, making his only field-goal attempt and converting all 18 of his extra point tries in that span.

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  • Titans' Kamalei Correa: Remains with Tennessee

    Correa re-signed with Tennessee on Wednesday, Terry McCormick of reports. Per Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, Correa's one-year deal is worth up to $3.5 million.

    The 2016 second-round pick is coming off a 2019 campaign in which he logged 37 tackles and a career-high five sacks in 16 games. Now that he's back in the fold, the 25-year-old will continue to provide a pass-rushing element at outside linebacker.

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  • Titans' Jack Crawford: Finds new home

    Crawford agreed to terms on a contract with Tennessee on Tuesday, John Glennon of The Athletic reports.

    The 31-year-old had a quiet 2019 after he racked up six sacks the year before, supplying 24 tackles (six solo) and a half sack across 16 games. Crawford should vie for a rotational role with the Titans.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 138.9
Def. 104.5


Player Injury
M. Butler CB Malcolm Butler CB Wrist
J. Williams LB Jordan Williams LB Undisclosed
D. Walker OLB D'Andre Walker OLB Groin
C. Hollister WR Cody Hollister WR Ankle