Titans host former Jags RB

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  1. Titans Insider

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    In addition to defensive end John Abraham, the Titans played host to a visit from running back Jalen Parmele today.

    The 27 year-old Parmele has spent parts of four seasons in the NFL – three with Baltimore and one with Jacksonville. He had his most productive season in 2012 for the Jaguars, as the 5-11, 225-pounder carried 40 times for 143 yards (3.6 average) and caught seven passes for 60 yards.

    Parmele had eight carries for 45 yards against the Titans in the season finale last year.

    Visitors to Baptist Sports Park this past week have included Parmele, Abraham, defensive end Israel Idonije, defensive tackle Tank Johnson, cornerback Jason Allen and tackle Eric Winston.

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  2. Brew City

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    Don't really see why we would bring in another RB unless just for a camp body. Maybe to replace Harper.
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  3. xpmar9x

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    We should of drafted a late round RB, he could of competed with Harper/ReyRey for a spot. I wanted stinking Kerwynn Williams!
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  4. onetontitan

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    No thanks.
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  5. ImATitan

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    Don't see the point of this with the signing of Greene and Reynaud/Harper already on the roster throughout pre-season.
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    With the O-line looking the way it does, I think even Reynaud or Harper would have no issues gliding through the gaps.
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