• Shonn Greene visiting Titans

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Mar 13, 2013
    Indications are the #Titans plan to sign former #Jets RB Shonn Greene during his visit. Cast in a lesser role, maybe Shonn Greene will be a more impressive running back. Well if this happens then I wish all the luck to Shonn. Greene was a 1,000 yard rusher for the Jets the last two seasons, but it was rarely dominant and last year Greene was only at 3.9 YPC in getting to over 1,000 yards. Greene, 28, has exceeded 1,000 yards rushing in each of the last two seasons for the Jets, getting more than 250 carries in each of those campaigns. If just one of those guys was able to function in a capable complementary role, the Titans wouldn’t have had running back on their list of needs. Keller Going Through Medical Exams in Miami It stings that Dustin Keller is meeting with the Dolphins in Miami, but the Jets drafted Keller, the first overall pass catcher in the 2008 Draft and he would now be the last link to that draft class leaving the team.
    • More work for Hill, less for Greene

      Cast in a lesser role, maybe Shonn Greene will be more a more impressive running back. Cast in a bigger role, perhaps Sammie Lee Hill will be a more impactful defensive lineman. The Tennessee Titans boosted their free agent haul to four, adding Greene a…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Landry, Greene and Bell all Jet away via free agency

      The Jets' free agent defections continued on Wednesday when leading rusher Shonn Greene agreed to a three-year, $10 million deal with the Tennessee Titans, according to a source.
    • Free Agency Watch: The Reality of What We Already Knew

      While players were expected to sign elsewhere, the Jets have been quiet in terms of signing new players.  Today WR Brandon Gibson left without a contract, so see if Gibson finds a better fit elsewhere, but don’t rule him out either.  In the meantime,
    • Running back Greene leaves Jets to join Titans

      The New York Jets suffered another free-agent loss, as leading rusher Shonn Greene finalized a three-year, $10 million contract Wednesday with the Tennessee Titans, a source told ESPN Insider Adam Schefter.
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Workloads change for newest Titans

    Cast in a lesser role, maybe Shonn Greene will be more a more impressive running back. Cast in a bigger role, perhaps Sammie Lee Hill will be a more impactful defensive lineman. The Tennessee Titans boosted their free agent haul to four, adding Greene a…
    Source: ESPN.com

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