>>Vrabel Hints At Cornerback Change
(Nashville, TN) — The Titans could be looking at a cornerback change. Head coach Mike Vrabel spoke to the media yesterday and said they wanted to try somebody new at the position during the team’s win over the Raiders. Newly signed Terrance Mitchell played most of the snaps on defense and the head coach said they caught some balls on him. 2021 first-rounder Caleb Farley played just one snap at corner in Sunday’s victory.
>>Titans Sign Veteran Pass Rusher
(Nashville, TN) — Tennessee is adding a veteran edge rusher. The Titans announced yesterday that Mario Edwards was signed from Jacksonville’s practice squad. The 2015 second-round draft pick played in 12 games last year for the Bears as situational pass rusher. The veteran has 16-and-a-half career sacks. The team waived linebacker Derrek Tuszka to make room for Edwards.
>>Bengals Release Injury Report For Thursday Night Game
(Cincinnati, OH) — The Bengals are releasing an injury report ahead of their Thursday night game against the Dolphins in Cincy. If the team practiced yesterday, La’el Collins, D-J Reader and Drew Sample would have been non participants. Joe Mixon suffered a minor ankle injury during the team’s win against the Jets and is expected to play against Miami. Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is dealing with back and ankle injuries.
>>NFL Announces 2023 Pro Bowl Games
(New York, NY) — The NFL is announcing the Pro Bowl game will be no more. The league will replace the annual celebration of its best players with the Pro Bowl Games, a week-long celebration of player skills. It’ll be a multi-day AFC vs. NFC competition that ends with an “action packed” flag football game with Pro Bowl players. The event will also include “new challenges” where players will showcase their football and non-football skills in different ways. The Pro Bowl Games take place from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas this Feburary.