Undrafted FA's

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  1. Ai2Ai

    Ai2Ai Starter

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    I know they cannot be signed yet, but here are some guys that I'd like to see get a look.

    Joe Lefeged
    Jeff Maehl
    Will Hill (headcase)
    Mark Herzlich
    Ryan Bartholomew

    I, and a lot of the experts were shocked Lefeged went undrafted. His production went downhill as he went through the motions after Eric LeGrand got injured, and I'm that that factored in.
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  2. Shanvhere

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    I can NOT believe no one got Mark Herzlich, HE IS A WARRIOR and a leader. Titans need to sign him he is a good player imo.
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  3. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    Herzlich, please.
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  4. citizenthom

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    Jake Kirkpatrick, C, TCU -- overlooked, and we need BODIES on O-line.

    Joe Lefeged, S, Rutgers -- best potential may be on Special Teams, but we need that.

    Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware -- we need another QB in camp in case Rusty can't hack it and/or Collins gets hurt. Devlin's stock apparently fell throughout the process, but he's the best-looking guy left.

    Mario Fannan, RB, Auburn -- not like we need RBs, but this guy got WAY overlooked and is a potential contributor with really fresh legs. I'll be surprised if he doesn't ultimately make a roster.

    Will Hill, S, Florida -- Black had more highlights, but Hill was solid and has way better measurables. Another guy who could at least make hay on Special Teams.
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  5. Titanup1982

    Titanup1982 Pro Bowler

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    Not only did I want Mark Herzlich to be a Titan, but I wanted him to get drafted period, even if the Colts got him. How can you not draft a guy like Mark?

    I've never been so happy to not see a player drafted in Will Hill's case. This guy doesn't deserve to play in this league. So glad nobody drafted him haha.
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  6. Eddyc85

    Eddyc85 Go Bucks!

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    I was really surprised to see Dane Sanzenbacher from OSU not get drafted. Brian Hartline was drafted a few years ago and has had a nice career thus far but I've always thought Sanzenbacher was a more polished and faster receiver than Hartline so for him to go undrafted was very surprising, especially with a breakout senior season. Oh well, someone's going to get a good player whenever teams are allowed to talk to free agents.

    On a side note, it's so stupid teams can't talk to free agents who aren't even in the NFL yet. I get it if you're a free agent who's played in the NFL but these guys have never played in the league. This whole lockout is stupid. I'm on neither side, they both piss me off lol.
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  7. Captain Munch

    Captain Munch Camp Fodder

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    Devlin wouldnt be bad.

    Give McDaniel a second chance like we did for Blount.
    Get Herzlich to have a real leader on the field.
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  8. Titan Yapper

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    Jeff Mehl

    Didn't spell right. Receiver out of Oregon. Titans sign him asap
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  9. Titanup1982

    Titanup1982 Pro Bowler

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    Does it matter?
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  10. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    You really want this waste of a human life? Pacman has nothing on this sub-70 IQ douchebag thug.

    Maybe we could call him and say "Hey Will how would you like to be a part of the Tennessee Titans?" Then after he says okay, we say "Just kidding, you suck. Waffle House might be hiring though. Or K-Mart."
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