2:53 PM EDT, Wed September 02, 2015
Bleeding Green Nation Aug 29, 2015

Eagles shouldn't trade for Andy Levitre, but should hope the Titans release him

Here's a potential opportunity for the Eagles. While the Philadelphia Eagles won't officially commit to Andrew Gardner as the team's starting right guard, all signs point to him being the guy. Gardner has taken the majority of first team right guard reps in training camp. He's also made two starts at the position so far this preseason. Gardner has been a major liability, but the Eagles could certainly upgrade at the position. The only problem is the Eagles don't really have many upgrades available to them right now. But perhaps that could soon change. It sounds like Titans' left guard Andy...
Music City Miracles Aug 24, 2015

Titans Make Strides With New Offensive Line

We finally saw some progress in the trenches last night against the Rams. It was time for a change.  Something radical needed to happen to jump start the Titans struggling offensive line and Ken Whisenhunt may have turned the right key last night.  Byron Bell was kicked inside, replacing Andy Levitre while Jeremiah Poutasi filled the void at right tackle.  It all seemed to work.  It wasn't perfect by any means, but you could see improvement there. We saw improvements in both the run game and pass protection.  Byron Bell seemed to give the rushing attack a bit of a spark with his...
Music City Miracles Aug 24, 2015

Titans Move Mountains By Demoting Andy Levitre

The Titans changed things up along the Offensive Line against the Rams, and the results were tremendous. What's worse than putting the second highest paid offensive guard in the NFL - who just happens to have four years left on his contract - on the bench? Watching the second highest paid OG fail to protect your rookie QB or open holes for your young RB group knowing that there's a better option on the roster. It's been 3 seasons since the Titans signed Andy Levitre to a $46.89 million contract, and the results have been absolutely disastrous. Despite being a nearly universally approved...
Music City Miracles Aug 22, 2015

Tennessee Titans player on the chopping block this week: Offense

Which player needs a big performance Sunday? It is the preseason and whether it is a big name or someone you don't even realize is on the roster, the Tennessee Titans have teams of people watching all the players on this roster thoroughly. With that in mind, this week's player to watch on offense is Andy Levitre. Let's face it, no one on this site has been happy with Andy Levitre's play since he got here. He has been movable in the running game and seems flat footed and week in the passing game. That is something that this team can't afford to have with a talented rookie quarterback behind...
Music City Miracles Aug 19, 2015

Revisiting Three Titans' Position Battles

Things are already changing after just one preseason game. Last week's game against the Falcons was an eye opener.  We saw some good, but we also saw plenty of bad. There are several positions still up for grabs and some veterans could be on the way out.  Here's an updated look at some battles on the roster. Offensive line To be blunt, the offensive line is a mess right now.  The coaching staff is looking at every option, including lineups that don't involve Andy Levitre.  Byron Bell was less than impressive in his Titans' debut at right tackle, so the staff has decided to give him a...
Music City Miracles Aug 18, 2015

Could the Titans cut Andy Levitre?

Three years ago the interior of the Titans line was abysmal.  To their credit, they recognized the problem and threw a ton of resources at it.  They signed Andy Levitre, the consensus best guard available in free agency, to a 6-year $46.8 million dollar contract, drafted Chance Warmack in the first round and Brian Schwenke in the 4th round. The jury is still out on Schwenke.  Warmack improved steadily during the 2014 season, but Levitre has been a disaster.  He has been so bad, in fact, that he has been removed from the starting lineup for the last 2 practices.  This team has plenty of...
Music City Miracles Aug 16, 2015

Tennessee Titans final open practice report

Including a weird offensive line shift. The Tennessee Titans had their final open training camp practice this week, and with that came one of the weirder reports in recent memory. Seemingly with no real reason, the Titans started mixing up their offensive line in some pretty interesting ways. Here are some tweets that went out throughout practice. Byron Bell inside and Jamon Meredith not Jeremiah Poutasi at right tackle: #Titans have put Byron Bell at LG and Jamon Meredith at RT a couple times today in run-heavy drills. Odd man out? Andy Levitre. (Fix typo)— Teresa Walker...

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