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Jun 17, 2014; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans wide receiver Julian Horton (18) takes a water break during mini camp at Saint Thomas Sports Park. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

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The Tennessean

Shonn Greene is still reportedly feeling some rough effects from his recent surgery. Check out the report from John Glennon of The Tennessean.

Shonn Greene still feeling some effects from surgery

Running back Shonn Greene is still feeling the effects of offseason knee surgery as Titans training camp begins.

Greene is expected on the practice field Saturday for the first practice, but coach Ken Whisenhunt said the veteran would be monitored.

Titans Online

Joe Fann of Titans Online believes that the Tennessee Titans aren’t really interested in rebuilding, but are ready to win now! What one wants, and the reality of the situation, are often two different things, but check out Joe’s article to see what he thinks.

Titans Not Interested in Rebuilding; Ready to Win Now

Bernard Pollard mentioned it last week. Everyone who stepped to the podium on Friday affirmed it. No one in the Titans locker room has any intentions of going through a rebuilding process in 2014.

Despite where they rank in the minds of national critics, Titans players have their own set of expectations heading into training camp.


Paul Kuharsky of ESPN is doing a series on players’ best games ever, and he takes a look at receiver Nate Washington. Take a read.

Best game ever: Nate Washington

“It might have been last year against San Diego, just off the top of my head. I think I had like six for 117 that and we ended up pulling it out, that’s the game Justin Hunter caught the game-winner, the long ball up the right side of the field. It was just the ability to help the guys throughout the game. I made a lot of big plays. I was so much in zone, just trying to stay prepared in my mind, and I was just locked in. 

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