Tom Moore working with Locker/Titans

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Gunny, Nov 29, 2012.

  1. Gunny

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    John Glennon@glennonsports
    Moore has been NFL asst for over three decades. He'll be here for immediate future and Munchak says he's part of staff.


    Jim Wyatt@jwyattsports
    Moore will work with the team the rest of the season. Munchak said he will just be a "helping hand"

    Jim Wyatt@jwyattsports
    Munchak said it was a "spur of the moment" decision. Said he'll be an offensive assistant

    John Glennon@glennonsports
    No title for Moore at present. He's helping because Loggains moved from QB coach to offensive coordinator.
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  2. Gunny

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  3. Titaneers

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    Moore was a consultant for the Jets most recently

    ....oh crap...
    now we'll have locker running into OL's butts....
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    Tom Moore, this can't be a bad.
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  5. Gunny

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    Probably told him to not do that and they fired him for heathen teachings.
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  6. TorontoTitanFan

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    I definitely see this as a good thing.
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  7. bassplyr

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    Maybe we can get Dick LeBeau as a defensive assistant too!
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  8. Titaneers

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    dont get me wrong.. i saw it as a very good hire... but then i saw from wyatt that he was recently on the jets.... then i was ohhhhh nooo.......
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  9. bmoretitansfan2

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    word is while he was with the jets he was working from home. that doesnt sound to me like he was too influential day in and day out
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  10. Finnegan2win

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    I think Peyton Manning would have made anyone look good at that point in his career..

    ..we'll see if this has any effect but i'm not hyping this.
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