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MICHAEL ROOS RUMORS & GOSSIP

I love…Taylor Lewan being ready for any situation

When the Tennessee Titans selected Taylor Lewan at No. 11, it turned some heads with Michael Roos and Michael Oher already on the roster. While Roos is likely gone next summer, the Titans are preparing for the worst, which means they want him to be able to play both left and right tackle, according to the Tennessean: “I know this for sure, Taylor has to be able to play both sides...
Via cover32 - Titans
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Facebook Friday: Titans gaining confidence, Sankey is quick and finding kicker competition

The team’s official account threw up a post on the Tennessee team gaining confidence throughout OTAs. Here are some quotes of interest from the piece: On confidence: “I feel a thousand percent more comfortable after this practice than after practice one,” Michael Roos said. “We installed everything, had a break and then came in for the minicamp without any on-field work so...
Via cover32 - Titans
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Titans LT Michael Roos Expects To Be In Tennessee For One More Year

  Titans veteran LT Michael Roos told reporters on Tuesday that he’s “here for one more year” and plans on playing left tackle this season. Roos is an interesting player given that he has played at a high level for Tennessee for a number of years now. However, the Titans spent a good amount of money on Michael Oher in free agency and then used their first-round pick on Taylor...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans Could Release LT Michael Roos?

  According to Terry McCormick of TitansInsider.com, there is “talk” that the Titans could release veteran LT Michael Roos. McCormick mentions that this is just speculation right now, but adds that it wouldn’t cost them anything in regards to their cap to move on. This comes just a few hours after the Titans surprisingly took Michigan OT Taylor Lewan with the No. 11 overall...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans Draft Michigan Tackle Taylor Lewan

The Tennessee Titans welcomed another Taylor to Music City on Thursday night; however this one is known for his nastiness and mean streak instead of his signing agility or glamour. Michigan tackle Taylor Lewan wants to deliver big hits on Sundays as the 11th overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. “How I would describe myself as a player is I want to be a person who plays as hard and...
Via isportsweb.com
May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

No Progress Between The Titans & LT Michael Roos Regarding An Extension

  Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports that there has been no progress between the Titans and LT Michael Roos regarding a long-term contract. Roos, 31, has a $6.625 million base salary for the 2014 season and is currently finishing out the final year of his six-year, $43 million contract. Wyatt previously mentioned that Roos could be in line for an extension given that there are...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
April 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Veteran tackle Roos optimistic on Titans' changes

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Heading into his 10th season at offensive left tackle, no member of the Titans was hit harder than Michael Roos by the team's flurry of changes this offseason. Fired after three seasons as head coach was Mike Munchak, Roos' position coach his first six years in the NFL. It was Munchak who made an on-campus visit at Eastern Washington that eventually turned...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
April 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans LT Michael Roos Could Be An Extension Candidate

Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean writes that the Titans should consider an extension for LT Michael Roos who will be a free agent after the season. According to Wyatt, the fact that there are “no significant questions” about Roos and his ability should be reason enough for the Titans to consider a signing him to a new contract. In fact, Roos has missed only one game in his entire...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
February 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Michael Roos apologizes to Titans fans for ‘crappy’ game

The Tennessee Titans were hammered by the Green Bay Packers 55-7 on Sunday. There isn’t much to say after a game like that, and about the only thing a player can do is apologize. That’s exactly what Pro Bowl offensive lineman Michael Roos did. Disgusted. Embarrassed. Pissed. Not enough adjectives to describe how crappy that was. Apologies to Titans fans — Michael Roos (@MichaelRoos...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Roos hopes to play, bolster Titans' banged-up line

Left tackle Michael Roos is practicing again and definitely wants back on the field Sunday. The shape the Tennessee offensive line is in, the Titans certainly need him Sunday with the Chicago Bears visiting. Four of the five starting offensive linemen are on the injury report as the Titans (3-5) prepare to host Chicago (6-1). Left guard Steve Hutchinson is the only lineman not listed...
Via AP on Fox
October 31, 2012  |  Discuss
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