|Apr 18 2018 - Marcus Mariota|
QB Marcus Mariota will see his fifth-year option for the 2019 season picked up by the Tennessee Titans, general manager Jon Robinson told Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone on Wednesday. The option is guaranteed against injury only for Mariota, who was the second overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft. The former Heisman Trophy winner is expected to receive $20.922 million for the 2019 season, as opposed to $3.73 million in 2018.
|Apr 12 2018 - Michael Campanaro|
WR/PR Michael Campanaro signed a one-year deal with the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday. Campanaro recorded career highs in receptions (19) and receiving yards (173) to go along with one touchdown in 13 games last season. He also returned a punt 77 yards for a score against the Chicago Bears in 2017 and led the AFC with an average of 10.8 yards per punt return. The 27-year-old Campanaro has 31 catches for 310 yards and two touchdowns in 24 career games since being selected by the Ravens in the seventh round of the 2014 NFL Draft.
|Apr 11 2018 - Michael Campanaro|
WR Michael Campanaro agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the Tennessee Titans, the team announced. Campanaro recorded career highs in receptions (19) and receiving yards (173) to go along with one touchdown in 13 games last season. He also returned a punt 77 yards for a score against the Chicago Bears in 2017 and led the AFC with an average of 10.8 yards per punt return. The 27-year-old Campanaro has 31 catches for 310 yards and two touchdowns in 24 career games since being selected by the Ravens in the seventh round of the 2014 NFL Draft.
|Apr 8 2018 - Bennie Logan|
DT Bennie Logan was signed Sunday by the Tennessee Titans. Terms of the deal were not revealed. Logan played with the Kansas City Chiefs last season after signing a one-year deal worth $8 million. In his lone season with the Chiefs, Logan recorded 1 1/2 sacks and 52 total tackles.He was drafted out of LSU in the third round in 2013 by the Philadelphia Eagles. In 59 games, he compiled 5 1/2 sacks and 167 total tackles.
|Apr 3 2018 - Quinton Spain|
G Quinton Spain signed his one-year tender as a restricted free agent, the team announced Tuesday. Spain started 14 games and both postseason contests at left guard for the Titans in 2017, and he started 13 games in 2016.
|Apr 2 2018 - Will Compton|
LB Will Compton has reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the Tennessee Titans, the team announced Monday. Compton's playing time was limited in 2017 with the Washington Redskins because of injuries. He suffered a separated shoulder early in the season and a Lisfranc (foot) sprain later in the season. Compton, 28, played in nine games, including three starts, for the Redskins last season, when he had one interception, three passes defensed and 19 tackles. He started 15 games during the 2016 season for Washington, and he recorded 106 tackles, five passes defensed, two fumble recoveries and one interception.
|Mar 30 2018 - Malcolm Butler|
CB Malcolm Butler told Sports Illustrated TV that he wanted to confront New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick or then-defensive coordinator Matt Patricia during Super Bowl LII. Butler, who has since signed a five-year, $61 million contract with the Tennessee Titans, was angry that he was effectively benched in the Patriots' 41-33 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Feb. 4. He said he was tempted to ask for an explanation from either Belichick or Patricia for being benched -- except for one special teams play -- against the Eagles after participating in every snap of the AFC Championship Game. "There was times when I was on the sideline and I just wanted to go up and say to Belichick or Matt Patricia and just say, 'Is this how we're gonna end this?'" Butler said. "I grew up in the Patriots system and I'm a man of God. I respect my authority and I just couldn't ask them for something they didn't want to do. I just was doing my job. I was close to going up there and saying what I wanted to say to Matt or Belichick, but I just stayed in my lane and just did my job. And I really wanted to go ask them, but I didn't."
|Mar 27 2018 - Xavier Su'a-Filo|
OG Xavier Su'a-Filo agreed to a contract with the Titans, the team announced Tuesday. Su'a-Filo is the second offensive lineman to sign with Tennessee in the past week, joining former Tampa Bay Buccaneers lineman Kevin Pamphile. The 6-foot-4, 307-pound Su'a-Filo, 27, started 31 of the past 32 games for the Houston Texans the past two seasons. He started all 16 games at left guard last season.
|Mar 27 2018 - Blaine Gabbert|
QB Blaine Gabbert agreed to terms on a contract with the Tennessee Titans, the team announced. The Titans were in the market for a backup to starter Marcus Mariota after releasing Matt Cassel on March 9. Injuries to Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton allowed Gabbert to make five starts last season with the Arizona Cardinals. The 28-year-old Gabbert finished 95 of 171 for 1,086 yards with six touchdowns and six interceptions during that span, posting a 2-3 mark with one of the wins -- 12-7 on Dec. 10 -- coming at the expense of Tennessee.
|Mar 20 2018 - Blaine Gabbert|
QB Blaine Gabbert visited with the Tennessee Titans, multiple media outlets reported Tuesday. The Titans are in the market for a backup to starter Marcus Mariota after releasing Matt Cassel on March 9.
|Mar 15 2018 - Malcolm Butler|
CB Malcolm Butler is now one of the newest members of the Tennessee Titans, but that doesn't mean the cornerback hasn't reflected on his last game with the New England Patriots. Butler effectively was benched -- save for one special teams snap -- for Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4, and the reasoning remains a mystery. "I never got a reason," Butler told the Boston Herald. "I feel like this was the reason: I got kind of sick. I went to the hospital. They probably thought I was kind of late on the game plan; I wasn't as locked in as I should be and could have been a matchup deal. It could have been anything. But Bill Belichick has been doing this for a very long time. He took a veteran out of Super Bowl XLIX (against the Seattle Seahawks) and put in a first-year rookie, and that turned out right, so you could never question his decision. It didn't work out right (against the Philadelphia Eagles). It didn't work out the best for me or him or the New England Patriots. But I can say he won more than he lost, so it is what it is. I always have love for New England, Bill Belichick, Mr. Kraft, all those guys. Life just goes on."
|Mar 14 2018 - Josh Kline|
RG Josh Kline signed with the Tennessee Titans. ESPN reported that it is a four-year deal worth $26 million -- with $12 million guaranteed.
|Mar 14 2018 - Quinton Spain|
OG Quinton Spain was tendered a contract Wednesday. Spain, a restricted free agent, has appeared in 35 games over the past three seasons with Tennessee, making 33 starts. The undrafted free agent out of West Virginia started all 14 games in which he played in 2017.
|Mar 14 2018 - David King|
DL David King was signed to a one-year contract. King, 28, who was scheduled to become an exclusive rights free agent, had four tackles and a sack in seven games with the Titans last season.
|Feb 20 2018 - Ryan Succop|
K Ryan Succop signed a multi-year contract extension with the Titans, the team announced Tuesday. While the team did not disclose terms of the deal, multiple media outlets reported that Succop's contract is for five years and worth $20 million, including $7.5 million guaranteed.
|Feb 7 2018 - Malcolm Butler|
CB Malcolm Butler was essentially a spectator in Super Bowl LII after a "perfect storm" of events, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Butler was relegated to just one snap on a special teams play in Sunday's 41-33 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. While the 27-year-old said he "could have changed that game" if given the chance, coach Bill Belichick said after the end of the contest and again on Monday that he had to make decisions that were best for the team.
Belichick did not go into detail on those decisions, but Rapoport reported that Butler violated a team rule related to curfew. He also said that the cornerback had a bad week of practice as he battled flu-like symptoms.
Butler denied the curfew report via social media.
"During my four-year career with (the) Patriots I have always given everything I have to play at a high level, and would never do anything to hurt my teams' chances of winning a game, including this year's Super Bowl where I visited with my family every night," Butler wrote on his Twitter and Instagram accounts. "During Super Bowl week I never attended any concert, missed curfew, or participated (in) any of the ridiculous activities being reported. They are not only false, but hurtful, to me and my family."
|Feb 6 2018 - Malcolm Butler|
CB Malcolm Butler's complaints about his lack of playing time in Super Bowl LII was addressed by head coach Bill Belichick Monday.
Butler told reporters after the Philadelphia Eagles' 41-33 win over the Patriots that he felt he "could have changed that game" if given the chance to play.
"I respect Malcolm's competitiveness and I am sure that he felt like he could have helped," Belichick said on a conference call. "I am sure other players felt the same way, but in the end, we have to make the decisions that we feel are best for the football team and that is what we did, that is what I did. That's really all I can say about it."
When pushed for a further response as to why he felt it was the best approach, Belichick offered the following:
"I appreciate the question, but it would be a much longer discussion," Belichick said. "There are a lot of things that go into that. In the end, the final decision is what I said it was."
|Feb 4 2018 - Malcolm Butler|
CB Malcolm Butler had zero plays in the Super Bowl this year, signaling that Butler's time in New England has come to an end.
Butler was the hero of Super Bowl XLIX in Arizona, when he intercepted Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson on the goal line in the closing seconds, preserving the Pats' 28-24 win over the Seahawks. On Sunday against the Eagles, Butler did not play a single defensive snap, but did see some action on special teams. He had played all 74 snaps in the AFC Championship Game win over Jacksonville.
"They gave up on me," an emotional Butler told espn.com as he walked to the team bus after the game. "F--. It is what it is."
Butler, who will be an unrestricted free agent, is a former Pro Bowler. A former Eagle, Eric Rowe, played most of the game in Butler's place and struggled, as did most defensive players in this offensive extravaganza. Rowe was a second-round pick of the Eagles in 2015, and was traded to New England a year later.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick would not talk specifically about Butler and the decision to effectively bench him.
"We put the best players out there and the game plan out there that we thought would be the best tonight like we always do to give us the best chance to win," said Belichick, who said "no" when asked if Butler was being disciplined.
|Feb 1 2018 - Malcolm Butler|
CB Malcolm Butler (illness) was a full participant in practice.
|Jan 31 2018 - Malcolm Butler|
CB Malcolm Butler, who had an illness earlier in the week, practiced on a limited basis. "Feeling really good," Butler said later Wednesday.
|Jan 30 2018 - Malcolm Butler|
CB Malcolm Butler didn't participate in Monday's "Opening Night" media circus because of an illness. The team announced early in the day that Butler would be out. The team didn't have any further announcement of Butler's status.
|Jan 28 2018 - Delanie Walker|
TE Delanie Walker caught a TD from Derek Carr with 1:31 left in the game to give the AFC a 24-23 victory over the NFC in the Pro Bowl Sunday at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla.
Carr's touchdown pass culminated a seven-play, 47-yard drive that gave the AFC its first lead of the game. Walker, the Pro Bowl Offensive Most Valuable Player, caught another touchdown pass earlier.
|Jan 16 2018 - Ryan Succop|
K Ryan Succop is one of the Titans' free agents that the team needs to re-sign. Succop has been a consistent weapon for Tennessee since joining the team in 2014.
|Jan 16 2018 - Derrick Henry|
RB Derrick Henry had just 28 yards on 12 carries, after dominating the Chiefs in the wild-card game with a career-high 156 yards.
|Jan 16 2018 - Corey Davis|
WR Corey Davis, who did not score a touchdown in the regular season, got his first two touchdowns Saturday night, including a one-handed 15-yard catch that gave the Titans a 7-0 lead.
|Jan 16 2018 - Jonnu Smith|
TE Jonnu Smith tore his MCL in the game, but should be able to return by the start of OTAs.
|Jan 16 2018 - Jack Conklin|
RT Jack Conklin suffered a torn ACL in the first quarter and will require surgery. Conklin may have to start training camp on physically unable to perform.
|Jan 16 2018 - Marcus Mariota|
QB Marcus Mariota was 22 of 37 for 254 yards and two touchdowns. He was limited in his mobility after suffering a quad injury in the first quarter.
|Jan 14 2018 - Jack Conklin|
Tennessee Titans RT Jack Conklin suffered a torn ACL in Saturday's loss to the New England Patriots in an AFC divisional-round game, head coach Mike Mularkey announced Sunday. Mularkey said Conklin will have surgery in the next two weeks. Conklin's length of recovery could extend to the start of the 2018 regular season, the coach added. Conklin, a 2016 first team All-Pro, has started every game with the Titans since the team selected him in the first round of the 2016 draft.
|Jan 13 2018 - Corey Davis|
WR Corey Davis recorded the first two touchdown catches of his career in Saturday's 35-14 loss at New England. Davis made a one-handed catch of a 15-yard pass in the first quarter and added an 11-yard TD in the fourth.
|Jan 13 2018 - Marcus Mariota|
QB Marcus Mariota was 22 of 37 for 254 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's 35-14 loss at New England. Mariota, who suffered a strained quad in the first quarter but played the entire game, was sacked eight times. He ran for 37 yards on four attempts.
|Jan 13 2018 - Derrick Henry|
RB Derrick Henry was held to 28 yards on 12 carries in Saturday's 35-14 loss at New England. "We'll be back," Henry yelled as he left the locker room.
|Jan 13 2018 - Jonnu Smith|
TE Jonnu Smith was carted off the field in the third quarter Saturday with a knee injury.
|Jan 13 2018 - Jack Conklin|
RT Jack Conklin left in the first half Saturday with a knee injury and did not return.
|Jan 10 2018 - Logan Ryan|
CB Logan Ryan was out of Tuesday's practice and limited on Wednesday with the ankle injury that slowed him last week in practice.
|Jan 10 2018 - Marcus Mariota|
QB Marcus Mariota's pass to himself for a touchdown was not the play that garnered the most attention from his teammates. Instead, it was his lead block to help spring Derrick Henry for a first down that iced the win over the Chiefs.
|Jan 10 2018 - Derrick Henry|
RB Derrick Henry, who had 156 yards in the win over the Chiefs, is now the Titans' starting running back for the foreseeable future. Henry has gotten all the running back carries since DeMarco Murray went down with an injury.
|Jan 10 2018 - Tye Smith|
CB Tye Smith has moved up in the ranks of late, since the loss of LeShaun Sims to a hamstring injury. Smith is now the Titans' third cornerback, coming on in nickel situations to play outside while Logan Ryan goes to the slot.
|Jan 10 2018 - Quinton Spain|
G Quinton Spain missed his second straight practice to rest his lower back. He missed practice last Friday, but played in the win over Kansas City. He should practice Thursday.
|Jan 10 2018 - Brian Orakpo|
LB Brian Orakpo was given a day off to rest on Wednesday. It was not injury related.
|Jan 9 2018 - Quinton Spain|
G Quinton Spain (back) missed practice as the Titans began preparations for Saturday's visit to the top-seeded New England Patriots in the AFC divisional round.
|Jan 9 2018 - Logan Ryan|
CB Logan Ryan was among three players who sat out practice Tuesday for the Tennessee Titans. Ryan missed practice because of an ankle injury, and his absence was noteworthy for reasons beyond his health issue -- he spent the previous four seasons with the Patriots before joining Tennessee as a free agent in March 2017.
|Jan 6 2018 - Marcus Mariota|
QB Marcus Mariota completed a touchdown pass to himself in Saturday's 22-21 victory at Kansas City. Mariota passed for 205 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. "Guys didn't blink an eye," Mariota said about the rally from a 21-3 deficit. "I think through this entire season, the ups, the downs, the energy, it doesn't change." Mariota rolled to his left and fired toward the end zone, with CB Darrelle Revis deflecting the pass back toward the quarterback. Mariota snagged the loose ball in the air and dived into the end zone, completing a 6-yard TD pass.
|Jan 6 2018 - Derrick Henry|
RB Derrick Henry rushed for 156 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries in Saturday's 22-21 victory at Kansas City. Henry's 35-yard TD run got Tennessee to within 21-16 in the fourth quarter. Henry's big day comes on the heels of rushing 28 times for only 51 yards last week against Jacksonville.
|Jan 6 2018 - Ryan Succop|
K Ryan Succop, a former Chief, kicked a 49-yard field goal in Saturday's 22-21 victory at Kansas City.
|Jan 6 2018 - Eric Decker|
WR Eric Decker caught a 22-yard touchdown pass with 6:06 left in Saturday's 22-21 victory at Kansas City. It was the final score of the game.
|Jan 3 2018 - Kevin Byard|
S Kevin Byard continues to be a bright spot for the Titans in his second season, finishing the year with eight interceptions (including the playoff-clinching pick with 10 seconds left).
Byard also had two fumble recoveries this season as he was the NFL's top ball magnet with 10 takeaways in 2017.
|Jan 3 2018 - Marcus Mariota|
QB Mariota has 312 yards rushing on the same 60 carries and five touchdowns.
|Jan 3 2018 - Jonnu Smith|
TE Jonnu Smith has practiced this week and is expected to be cleared from concussion protocol.
|Jan 3 2018 - Kalan Reed|
CB Kalan Reed has practiced this week and is expected to be cleared from concussion protocol.