Givens to visit Tennessee

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  1. NYTitansFan

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    Mike Reiss, of the Boston Globe, reports the Tennessee Titans will meet with free agent WR David Givens (Patriots) Monday, March 13. Agent Brad Blank confirmed the visit.
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  2. Fry

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    wouldnt be a bad signing
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  3. theprizdfighter

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    Good stuff. He's the best move at WR for us.
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  4. ammotroop

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  5. NYTitansFan

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    yeah i wouldnt mind having him
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  6. goTitans.com

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    WR Givens to Make Visit to Titans

    SUMMARY: Patriots WR David Givens is supposedly on his way to Nashville after leaving Houston without a contract after a visit there today. Givens, one of the prime free-agent prospects, wants $25 million over five years. Late Saturday night, the Texans said Boston-based agent Brad Blank informed them that Givens was going to re-sign with New England but he made the trip to Houston as scheduled Sunday morning.

    What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.
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  7. Gunny

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    would we pay him 25 over 5?
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  8. bulluck4dMVP

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    thats a very good question gunny...
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  9. theprizdfighter

    theprizdfighter Newb to the 19.5°

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    I think it's possible that we would pay him that. He is only 26 I believe, so it's not like he's on the decline.
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  10. Gunny

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    considering we got Drew, T-Cal, Jones, Roby and Williams. Do we need Givens, although it is possible that T-Cal could be gone after this year.
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