CB Herndon Close to 100%

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  1. goTitans.com

    goTitans.com A living legend. Staff

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    SUMMARY: Though the Titans won't get their first real glimpse of Kelly Herndon until training camp next month, the team's newest CB acquisition is already learning the defense. “Pretty much defenses are all the same, so when it comes down to what you do, it’s basically terminology,” Herndon said. Herndon, signed after the Seattle Seahawks released him earlier this month, is still recovering from a broken ankle suffered in the Seahawks’ regular-season finale. “The ankle is coming along. I’m about 95 percent," Herndon said. "It just needs a little bit more strength and we’ve got another month to go before we go into training camp. But everything is progressing just like it’s supposed to, and everything is feeling pretty good.”

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  2. Titan_4Good.

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    Great News For Our Team I Hope He Gets A 100% And Stays That Way We Need Him Bad!! Go Titans..
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  3. TitanJeff

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    He'll be one to watch early.

    I wonder if he'll be anywhere close to where he was before the break until mid-season.
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    MJTitans Chris Whitley look him up Tip Jar Donor

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    Might be another good reason to keep him in the slot instead of the outside. I'm interested to see how they use him.
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  5. Riverman

    Riverman That may be....

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    I'm trying guys- I just can't get excited about signing a guy who broke his leg less than a year ago.
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    MJTitans Chris Whitley look him up Tip Jar Donor

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    yea, but breaks are much easier to come back from than muscle or tendon issues... ankle is probably the worst break, though.
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