Many Titans Vets Won't Return in '06

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  1. Soxcat

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    I agree. Hartwig has had a couple of years to prove himself and I thought he had a terrible year. I was surprised we didn't see a change at center to see what Amano could bring. I see Hartwig as a valuable backup who can play most of the OL positions. He may be better at OG than center. He certainly doesn't deserve a big contract.
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  2. Gunny

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    Amano's been injured hasnt he?
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  3. Pit Bull #53

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    I don't think Amano has...AmaTo has, he was our long snapper
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  4. amano 's benn hurt

    yea he's benn hurt
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  5. The Mrs

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    Why would the Titans draft a safety when there were 2 perfectly good starters on the team and Lamont is definitely returning?! Bah!
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  6. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

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    I think Elf it is a question of need. I know you can't remember game saving plays so I'll assume that you don't remember how badly the team hurts at that position evidenced by, gee, I don't know...the entire 2005 season. Well anyways, apart from a QB pick it is imperative that Reese select an impact safety and a dominating linebacker, preferably a LB that plays in the middle and is very solid in run stoppage.

    ps- nice hooters. :kiss:
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  7. GLinks

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    Maybe they plan to use him at guard once they cut one of Piller/Olson. They may try Amano at center and move Hartwig back to his natural guard position. But I don't really see him being better in the run game, regardless of where positioned.
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