Wyatt, Jim
January 2006
Sporting News;1/13/2006, Vol. 230 Issue 2, p44
The article focuses on the football team Tennessee Titans. QB Steve McNair likely will return with a reworked deal, but the offense still needs more speed and help at receiver. With some rare spending money, the team will try to add free-agent playmakers. The offensive line also could take on a new look. LT Brad Hopkins' and RG Benji Olson's contracts need to be adjusted, and if free-agent C Justin Hartwig isn't retained, Eugene Amano will become a starter. On defense, the top priority is to re-sign LE Kyle Vanden Bosch, but upgrades also are needed at safety and linebacker.


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