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TITANS HOST BROWNS WITH CHANCE TO CLINCH AFC SOUTH
Tennessee Titans (11-1) vs. Cleveland Browns (4-8) Sunday, Dec. 7, 2008 Noon CST LP Field Nashville, Tenn.
2008 TITANS SCHEDULE
REGULAR SEASON DATE Sun., Sept. 7 Sun., Sept. 14 Sun., Sept. 21 Sun., Sept. 28 Sun., Oct. 5 Sun., Oct. 12 Sun., Oct. 19 Mon., Oct. 27 Sun., Nov. 2 Sun., Nov. 9 Sun., Nov. 16 Sun., Nov. 23 Thu., Nov. 27 Sun., Dec. 7 Sun., Dec. 14 Sun., Dec. 21 Sun., Dec. 28 OPPONENT JACKSONVILLE at Cincinnati HOUSTON MINNESOTA at Baltimore BYE at Kansas City INDIANAPOLIS GREEN BAY at Chicago at Jacksonville N.Y. JETS at Detroit CLEVELAND at Houston PITTSBURGH at Indianapolis TIME / TV / RESULT W, 17-10 W, 24-7 W, 31-12 W, 30-17 W, 13-10 W, 34-10 W, 31-21 W, 19-16 (OT) W, 21-14 W, 24-14 L, 13-34 W, 47-10 Noon / CBS Noon / CBS Noon / CBS* Noon / CBS*

THIS WEEK’S GAME
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Titans take an 11-1 record and a chance to clinch a division title into this week’s game against the Cleveland Browns (4-8). This is the 60th regular season meeting between the former AFC Central rivals. Kickoff at LP Field (capacity 69,143) is scheduled for noon CST on Sunday, Dec. 7. THE BROADCAST The game will be televised in high definition on CBS, including Nashville affiliate WTVF News Channel 5. Don Criqui will handle play-by-play duties, while Dan Fouts will provide color commentary. Additionally, every Titans game is available on the Titans Radio Network, including flagship 103.3-WKDF and more than 70 Titans Radio affiliates across the Mid-South. The Titans Radio broadcast team includes the “Voice of the Titans” Mike Keith, color commentator Frank Wycheck, sideline reporter Cody Allison and gameday host Larry Stone. DIVISION TITLE ON THE LINE Off to their best 12-game start in franchise history, the Titans can clinch the AFC South with a win this week. The Indianapolis Colts are in second place in the division at 8-4. A victory by the Titans would secure the division title despite the outcome of the final three weeks of the season after applying the NFL’s tiebreaking procedures (record versus common opponents would fall in favor of the Titans). The Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans already have been eliminated from contention for the division crown. The Titans are in first place in the conference standings as well. Trailing closely behind them in the AFC are the 9-3 Pittsburgh Steelers and the Colts, New York Jets and Baltimore Ravens at 8-4. LAST WEEK The Titans got back in the win column last week with a 47-10 win at Detroit. Their 47 points over the Lions were the most by the Titans since 2004 (48 at G.B., 10/11/04), and the 37-point margin of victory was the club’s highest since 1990 (44 vs. Cle., 12/9/90). The Titans rushed 46 times for 292 yards, the third-highest rushing total in team annals. Chris Johnson led the team with 125 yards, while LenDale White contributed 106 yards on the ground. It was the seventh game in team history in which two players topped 100 rushing yards. Johnson and White each scored a pair of touchdowns in the first half. The Titans defense limited the Lions to 154 total yards, the lowest output by a Titans opponent since the Dallas Cowboys totaled 95 yards on Dec. 25, 2000. The Lions did not convert a third down in 11 attempts and were forced into three turnovers. Meanwhile, the Browns, currently in third place in the AFC North, hosted the Indianapolis Colts last week. They limited the Colts to just 215 total yards and forced three turnovers, but the Colts were able to escape with a 10-6 victory. Two weeks ago they hosted another AFC South team, the Houston Texans. The Texans took an early lead and hung on for a 16-6 victory. Derek Anderson returned to the starting lineup at quarterback for the Browns after Brady Quinn was placed on injured reserve last week. Anderson, who started the first eight games of the season, completed 16 of 26 passes for 110 yards before leaving the game in the fourth quarter with an injury.
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AFC SOUTH STANDINGS
Team Tennessee Indianapolis Jacksonville* Houston* W 11 8 4 4 L 1 4 7 7 T 0 0 0 0 Pct 0.917 0.667 0.364 0.364

LAST WEEK’S GAMES: Ten 47 at Det 10, Ind 10 at Cle 6, Jax at Hou (Mon 7:30 pm) THIS WEEK’S GAMES: Cle at Ten (Sun 12 pm), Jax at Chi (Sun 12 pm), Hou at GB (Sun 12 pm), Cin at Ind (Sun 12 pm) NEXT WEEK’S GAMES: Ten at Hou (Sun 12 pm), Det at Ind (Sun 12 pm), GB at Jax (Sun 12 pm) * Does not include Monday night game on Dec. 1

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FINGERTIP INFORMATION
Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sunday, Dec. 7, 2008 Kickoff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Noon CST Venue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LP Field Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69,143 Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Natural Grass Home Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tennessee Titans (11-1) Division . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .AFC South Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TitansOnline.com Owner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .K.S. “Bud” Adams, Jr. Sr. Exec. VP . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Steve Underwood General Manager . . . . . . . . .Mike Reinfeldt Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jeff Fisher Offensive Coordinator . . . . .Mike Heimerdinger Defensive Coordinator . . . . .Jim Schwartz Visiting Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cleveland Browns (4-8) Division . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .AFC North Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .clevelandbrowns.com Owner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Randy Lerner Vice Chairman . . . . . . . . . . .Bob Kain General Manager . . . . . . . . .Phil Savage Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Romeo Crennel Offensive Coordinator . . . . .Rob Chudzinski Defensive Coordinator . . . . .Mel Tucker Television . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CBS HD Nashville Affiliate . . . . . . . . .WTVF NewsChannel 5 HD DirecTV Sunday Ticket . . . .707 Play-by-Play . . . . . . . . . . . . .Don Criqui Color Commentary . . . . . . . .Dan Fouts Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Titans Radio Network Flagship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103.3 FM-WKDF Play-by-Play . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike Keith Color Commentary . . . . . . . .Frank Wycheck Sideline Reporter . . . . . . . . .Cody Allison Producer/Gameday Host . . .Larry Stone Referee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ron Winter Umpire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ruben Fowler Head Linesman . . . . . . . . . .Jim Mello Line Judge . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tom Stephan Field Judge . . . . . . . . . . . . .Duke Carroll Side Judge . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tom Hill Back Judge . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Richard Reels Scheduled Gameday Promotions (subject to change) Charitable Drive . . . . . . . . . .U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots Drive National Anthem . . . . . . . . . .Trace Adkins with children from the League for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Honorary Captain . . . . . . . . .Marcus Robertson Halftime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bridgestone Challenge finals for a Toyota Tundra Giveaway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cortland Finnegan poster sponsored by Shoe Carnival

TITANS-BROWNS SERIES AT A GLANCE
Overall series (regular & postseason): Browns lead 33-27 Regular Season Series: Browns lead series 33-26 Postseason Series: Titans lead series 1-0 Current streak: Three wins by Browns Titans at home vs. Browns: 12-18 Titans on the road vs. Browns: 15-15 (including 1-0 in playoffs) Last Time: Titans 14 at Browns 20 (11/6/05) Last Time at LP Field: Browns 31 at Titans 28 in OT (9/22/02) First Time: Oilers 14 at Browns 28 (11/22/70) Jeff Fisher’s Record vs. Browns: 6-5 Romeo Crennel’s Record vs. Titans: 1-0 Jeff Fisher’s Record vs. Romeo Crennel: 0-1

A TITANS VICTORY WOULD ...
Clinch Tennessee’s first AFC South title since 2002. Be the 15th win by the Titans in their past 16 regular season games. Give the Titans an 12-1 record for the first time in franchise history. Assure the Titans of winning at least 12 games for the fourth time under Jeff Fisher. Give the Titans their first win over the Browns since 2001. Give the Titans a regular season record of 27-33 against the Browns. Improve Jeff Fisher’s career record as head coach (1995-08) to 132-105. Improve Kerry Collins’ regular season record as a starting quarterback to 78-83.

WHAT TO LOOK FOR THIS WEEK
The Titans can record their 13th consecutive game with an even or positive turnover ratio. RB Chris Johnson (958 rushing yards) needs 42 rushing yards to become the 11th different player in franchise history to record 1,000 rushing yards in a season and to give the Titans 11 individual 1,000yard rushing seasons in the last 13 seasons. RB LenDale White (13 rushing touchdowns) needs one rushing touchdown to tie Eddie George (14 rushing touchdowns in 2000) for the second-highest single-season total in team history. RB LenDale White (1,929 career rushing yards) needs 71 rushing yards to reach 2,000 for his career. LB Keith Bulluck can start his 110th consecutive game, the longest active streak of any Titans player. LB Keith Bulluck needs five tackles to reach 100 tackles for the seventh consecutive season. K Rob Bironas (434 career points) needs four points to tie Earl Campbell (438) for fifth place on the team’s all-time scoring list.

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TITANS-BROWNS SERIES HISTORY
This week’s game marks the 60th all-time meeting in the regular season between the Titans and Browns. In the previous 59 outings, the Browns own a 33-26 advantage, including three consecutive wins over the Titans. Additionally, the clubs have played one playoff game, a 24-23 Wild Card win by the Oilers in 1988. The two teams met for the first time in 1970, when as a part of the AFL-NFL merger, the Browns moved from the NFL Century Division to the AFC Central, where they would compete with the Oilers/Titans as divisional foes for 32 seasons. The series was interrupted after the 1995 season as a result of the former Browns moving to Baltimore to begin play as the Ravens. A new team was granted to Cleveland to begin play once again in 1999. The new version of the Browns kept the old team’s name, records and logos and was once again a member of the AFC Central until divisional realignment in 2002 sent them to the AFC North and the Titans to the AFC South. The Browns’ current three-game winning streak against the Titans most recently includes a victory in Week 9 of the 2005 season. Browns running back Reuben Droughns accounted for 189 yards of offense, and in a game affected by heavy wind gusts, the Browns held on for a 20-14 win. The last time the Browns visited LP Field in the regular season (they came to Nashville during the 2003 and 2004 preseasons), they left with a 31-28 overtime victory in 2002. It was the second game of a four-game losing skid for the Titans before they began their march to the AFC Championship Game later that season. Prior to the Browns’ three-game winning streak, the Titans won six consecutive meetings dating back to 1995.

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS
TITANS vs. BROWNS Regular Season and Playoff Games Score Date Site Result Titans Browns 11/22/70 Cle L 14 28 12/07/70 Hou L 10 21 09/19/71 Cle L 0 31 11/28/71 Hou L 24 37 10/22/72 Hou L 17 23 11/05/72 Cle L 0 20 10/21/73 Cle L 13 42 11/11/73 Hou L 13 23 09/22/74 Cle L 7 20 12/15/74 Hou W 28 24 10/12/75 Cle W 40 10 12/21/75 Hou W 21 10 11/07/76 Hou L 7 21 12/05/76 Cle L 10 13 10/16/77 Hou L 23 24 12/11/77 Cle W 19 15 10/01/78 Cle W 16 13 11/05/78 Hou W 14 10 09/30/79 Hou W 31 10 12/02/79 Cle L 7 14 09/15/80 Cle W 16 7 11/30/80 Hou L 14 17 09/13/81 Cle W 9 3 12/03/81 Hou W 17 13 12/26/82 Hou L 14 20 10/30/83 Cle L (OT) 19 25 12/11/83 Hou W 34 27 11/25/84 Cle L 10 27 12/16/84 Hou L 20 27 10/13/85 Hou L 6 21 12/15/85 Cle L 21 28 09/14/86 Hou L 20 23 11/30/86 Cle L (OT) 10 13 10/11/87 Cle W 15 10 11/22/87 Hou L 7 40 11/07/88 Hou W 24 17 12/18/88 Cle L 23 28 12/24/88* Cle W 24 23 10/29/89 Cle L 17 28 12/23/89 Hou L 20 24 11/18/90 Cle W 35 23 12/09/90 Hou W 58 14 11/17/91 Hou W 28 24 12/15/91 Cle W 17 14 11/08/92 Hou L 14 24 12/20/92 Cle W 17 14 11/21/93 Cle W 27 20 12/12/93 Hou W 19 17 10/13/94 Hou L 8 11 11/27/94 Cle L 10 34 09/17/95 Hou L 7 14 11/05/95 Cle W 37 10 09/19/99 Ten W 26 9 11/28/99 Cle W 33 21 11/19/00 Ten W 24 10 12/17/00 Cle W 24 0 12/02/01 Cle W 31 15 12/30/01 Ten L 38 41 09/22/02 Ten L (OT) 28 31 11/06/05 Cle L 14 20 * Wild Card Game Regular Season Series: Browns lead 33-27 Postseason Series: Titans lead 1-0 Total Points: Titans 1,149, Browns 1,196 Longest Winning Streak by Titans: 6 (1995-01) Longest Losing Streak by Titans: 9 (1970-74) Titans vs. Browns at LP Field: 2-2 Titans vs. Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium: 3-1

TITANS-BROWNS: THE LAST MEETING
Tennessee Titans 14 at Cleveland Browns 20 Sunday, Nov. 6, 2005 Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio 1 0 7 2 7 0 3 0 10 4 7 3 Final 14 20

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In Week 9 of the 2005 regular season, the Titans fell to 2-7 with a 20-14 loss against the Browns in a game affected by winds ranging from 18-40 miles per hour. With the wind at their backs, the Titans had two drives in the fourth quarter to attempt to take the lead, but the Browns defense would not yield. A last-second desperation pass to the goal line by Titans quarterback Steve McNair was intercepted by Browns safety Brodney Pool, ending Tennessee’s comeback hopes. In the first quarter, the Browns took advantage of the wind and scored on a 58-yard pass play from Trent Dilfer to Dennis Northcutt. Dilfer went on to pass for 272 yards, completing 18 of 34 passes with one touchdown and one interception. It was running back Reuben Droughns, however, who would influence the game as much as any other offensive player. In the second quarter, safety Lamont Thompson returned his first career punt 31 yards for the Titans. McNair promptly completed passes of 19 yards to rookie tight end Bo Scaife, 11 yards to rookie wide receiver Roydell Williams and finally a 24-yard touchdown to tight end Erron Kinney to knot the score at seven. Linebacker Keith Bulluck intercepted a Dilfer pass as time expired in the first half. Cleveland struck quickly in the second half, driving with the wind to set up a 37-yard field goal by Phil Dawson on the first drive of the third quarter. On Cleveland’s following drive, Droughns took a screen pass 51 yards to set up a six-yard touchdown run by Jason Wright. Droughns later had consecutive carries of 17 and 24 yards to set up another Dawson field goal from 19 yards. On the day, Droughns carried 20 times for 116 yards and also caught four passes for 73 yards. He left the game in the fourth quarter with muscle cramps. After struggling to move the ball against the wind in the third quarter, the Titans narrowed the deficit in the fourth quarter. They went 73 yards on eight plays and scored on a 15-yard run by Chris Brown. Brown rushed for 95 yards on 22 carries in the game. However, Tennessee’s remaining attempts were thwarted by a Cleveland defense that limited opportunities downfield for the Titans. Kinney and Scaife each had five receptions, as did Williams. McNair was 18-of-41 for 235 yards and one touchdown. The Titans attempted fake punts in both the second and third quarters. On the first try, a first down run by Jarrett Payton was called back due to a holding penalty, and later an attempted pass from punter Craig Hentrich to Donnie Nickey fell incomplete.

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TITANS-BROWNS BY THE NUMBERS
2008 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
OFFENSE GAMES (Won-Lost) FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty YDS GAINED (tot) Avg per Game RUSHING (net) Avg per Game Rushes Yards per Rush PASSING (net) Avg per Game Passes Att. Completed Pct Completed Yards Gained Sacked Yards Lost Had intercepted Yards Opp Ret Opp TDs on Int PUNTS Avg Yards PUNT RETURNS Avg Return Returned for TD KICKOFF RETURNS Avg Return Returned for TD PENALTIES Yards Penalized FUMBLES BY Fumbles Lost Opp Fumbles Opp Fum Lost POSS. TIME (avg) TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing Returns EXTRA-PT KICKS 2-PT CONVERSIONS FIELD GOALS/FGA POINTS SCORED DEFENSE POINTS ALLOWED OPP FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty OPP YARDS GAINED Avg per Game OPP RUSHING(net) Avg per Game Rushes Yards per Rush OPP PASSING(net) Avg per Game Passes Att. Completed Pct Completed Sacked Yards Lost INTERCEPTED BY Yards Returned Returned for TD OPP PUNT RETURNS Avg return OPP KICKOFF RET Avg return OPP TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing Returns Clev. 4-8 189 65 106 18 3303 275.3 1266 105.5 312 4.1 2037 169.8 375 187 49.9 2133 15 96 11 141 2 53 44.8 24 8.9 0 44 23.8 1 74 469 13 6 14 6 28:08 19 6 11 2 17/17 2/2 26/30 213 Clev. 247 241 93 137 11 4281 356.8 1695 141.3 384 4.4 2586 215.5 349 224 64.2 15 84 17 268 1 23 7.5 45 23.0 29 11 14 4 Tenn. 11-1 209 82 116 11 3900 325.0 1664 138.7 392 4.2 2236 186.3 351 205 58.4 2289 8 53 6 52 0 65 43.3 28 8.8 0 39 25.1 0 81 585 13 6 19 8 29:50 33 20 10 3 32/32 1/1 24/27 304 Tenn. 175 198 63 114 21 3381 281.8 1166 97.2 303 3.8 2215 184.6 416 243 58.4 34 207 17 200 2 25 9.7 50 25.4 20 12 8 0 NFL/Avg --219.3 74.7 128.9 15.8 3891.8 326.0 1357.2 113.7 327.7 4.1 2534.6 212.3 386.8 235.9 61.0 2691.9 24.9 157.3 11.0 174.9 1.3 54.3 43.8 26.3 9.5 0.4 49.9 22.8 0.3 69.5 550.8 16.1 7.7 16.1 7.7 30:00 29.2 11.1 15.1 2.9 100% 40% 21/24 266.8 NFL/Avg 266.8 219.3 74.7 128.9 15.8 3891.8 326.0 1357.2 113.7 327.7 4.1 2534.6 212.3 386.8 235.9 61.0 24.9 157.3 11.0 174.9 1.3 26.3 9.5 49.9 22.8 29.2 11.1 15.1 2.9

2008 SCHEDULES & RESULTS

Date 09/07 09/14 09/21 09/28 10/05 10/19 10/27 11/02 11/09 11/16 11/23 11/27 12/07 12/14 12/21 12/28

Opponent Jacksonville at Cincinnati Houston Minnesota at Baltimore at Kansas City Indianapolis Green Bay at Chicago at Jacksonville New York Jets at Detroit Cleveland at Houston Pittsburgh at Indianapolis

Res W W W W W W W W (OT) W W L W

Score 17-10 24- 7 31-12 30-17 13-10 34-10 31-21 19-16 21-14 24-14 13-34 47-10

Date 09/07 09/14 09/21 09/28 10/13 10/19 10/26 11/02 11/06 11/17 11/23 11/30 12/07 12/15 12/21 12/28

Opponent Dallas Pittsburgh at Baltimore at Cincinnati New York Giants at Washington at Jacksonville Baltimore Denver at Buffalo Houston Indianapolis at Tennessee at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Pittsburgh

Res L L L W W L W L L W L L

Score 10-28 6-10 10-28 20-12 35-14 11-14 23-17 27-37 30-34 29-27 6-16 6-10

2008 REGULAR SEASON INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
PASSING Att Cmp Yds Titans K. Collins 328 192 2,125 Browns D. Anderson 283 142 1,615 RUSHING No. Titans C. Johnson 203 Browns J. Lewis 219 RECEIVING Titans B. Scaife Browns K. Winslow No. 48 43 Yds 958 793 Yds 498 428 Yds 100 131 45 24 Pct Y/Att 58.5 6.5 50.2 5.7 TD 7 4 TD 2 3 TD 1 1 0 0 TB 8 6 Lg 34 32 TD 0 1 In 22 17 TD 0 0 Lg 75 65 B 0 0 TD 9 9 Int 4 8 Lg Sack Lost Rtg 56t 7/ 50 81.9 70 14/ 87 66.5

Avg Long 4.7 66t 3.6 29 Avg Long 10.4 44 10.0 30 Avg Long 20.0 99t 43.7 94t 15.0 24 8.0 21 Avg 43.3 45.1 Yds 239 190 Avg 28.0 26.2 Net 37.1 39.4 Avg 9.2 8.6 Lg 52 92t Pts 104 95

INTERCEPTIONS No. Titans C. Finnegan 5 Browns E. Wright 3 B. Pool 3 B. McDonald 3 PUNTING Titans C. Hentrich Browns D. Zastudil PUNT RETURNS Titans C. Carr Browns J. Cribbs KICKOFF RETURNS Titans C. Carr Browns J. Cribbs SCORING/KICKERS Titans R. Bironas Browns P. Dawson
SACKS

No Yds 65 2,812 52 2,343 No. 26 22 No. 28 33 FC 16 5 Yds 785 865

PAT FG 32/32 24/27 17/17 26/30
Tot

Titans A. Haynesworth Browns S. Rogers
TACKLES

8.5 4.5
Tot Solo Asst

Titans K. Bulluck Browns D. Jackson

95 136

63 81

32 53

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WHERE THEY RANK IN 2008
2008 OFFENSIVE STATISTICS AND RANKING TITANS BROWNS STAT RANK STAT RANK Yards / Game . . . . . . . . . . . . 325.0 18 275.3 27 Yards / Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2 19 4.7 27 Rushing Yards / Game. . . . . 138.7 6 105.5 23 Rushing Yards / Play . . . . . . . 4.2 14 4.1 18 Passing Yards / Game . . . . . 186.3 24 169.8 29 Passing Yards / Play . . . . . . . 6.4 20 5.4 29 Interception Rate. . . . . . . . . 1.71% 3 2.93% 20 Sacks / Pass Attempt . . . . . 2.28% 3 4.00% 8 First Downs / Game . . . . . . . 17.4 22 15.8 28 Punt Return Avg. . . . . . . . . . . 8.8 21 8.9 19 Kickoff Return Avg . . . . . . . . 25.1 2 23.8 10 Field Goals Made . . . . . . . . 88.89% 9t 86.67% 16 3rd Down Pct . . . . . . . . . . . 37.95% 19 36.48% 23 4th Down Pct . . . . . . . . . . . 33.33% 30 44.44% 23 Red Zone Pct . . . . . . . . . . . 65.79% 3 37.84% 29 Goal to Go%. . . . . . . . . . . . 85.00% 3 71.43% 15t Avg Time of Possession. . . . 29:50 19 28:08 24 Points / Game . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.3 7 17.8 27 2008 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS AND RANKING TITANS BROWNS STAT RANK STAT RANK Yards / Game . . . . . . . . . . . . 281.8 5 356.8 26 Yards / Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5 2 5.7 27 Rushing Yards / Game . . . . . 97.2 12 141.3 26 Rushing Yards / Play . . . . . . . 3.9 11 4.4 24 Passing Yards / Game . . . . . 184.6 4 215.5 17t Passing Yards / Play . . . . . . . 5.3 2 7.4 28 Interception Rate. . . . . . . . . 4.09% 5 4.87% 2 Sacks / Pass Attempt . . . . . 8.17% 6 4.30% 30 First Downs / Game . . . . . . . 16.5 8 20.1 25 Punt Return Avg. . . . . . . . . . . 9.7 19 7.5 7 Kickoff Return Avg . . . . . . . . 25.4 30 23.0 17 3rd Down Pct . . . . . . . . . . . 32.53% 2 41.72% 23 4th Down Pct . . . . . . . . . . . 37.50% 5t 66.67% 24t Red Zone Pct . . . . . . . . . . . 52.94% 20 51.28% 14 Goal to Go%. . . . . . . . . . . . 73.68% 20 70.00% 16t Points / Game . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.6 2 20.6 9 Point Differential / Game. . . . 10.8 2 -2.8 24 Yard Differential / Game . . . . 43.3 10 -81.5 26

TITANS-BROWNS CONNECTIONS
Titans defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz was a scout for the Cleveland Browns from 1993-1995, serving on the same staff with Browns senior vice president and general manager Phil Savage. Phil Savage played football and was a three-time all-conference shortstop in baseball when he attended the University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn. Browns Head Coach Romeo Crennel went to Phil Savage school and began his coaching career at nearby Western Kentucky University (1970-74) in Bowling Green, Ky. Titans cornerback Tyrone Poole played in the New England Patriots defensive backfield (2003-05) during Romeo Crennel’s tenure there as defensive coordinator (2001-04). Browns linebackers coach Mike Haluchak was a graduate assistant at the University of Southern California when Titans head coach Jeff Fisher was a defensive back there in 1977. Fisher was the defensive backs coach and defensive coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles between 1986 and 1990 when Browns senior offensive assistant coach Dave Atkins was the running backs coach there. Titans running backs coach Earnest Byner was a 10th-round draft pick by the Cleveland Browns in 1984 and played a total of seven seasons with the Browns (1984-88, 1994-95). Browns defensive lineman Robaire Smith (injured reserve) played for the Titans for five total seasons (2000-2003, 2006) Browns defensive coordinator Mel Tucker was the co-defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach at Ohio State when Titans safety Donnie Nickey played there between 2001-2003. Nickey went to Ohio State and is from Plain City, Ohio. Browns assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach Rip Scherer was the head coach of the University of Memphis (1995-2000). Browns offensive line coach Steve Marshall coached at the University of Tennessee as assistant offensive line coach (1980-1981) and later the offensive line coach (1993-95). Browns RB Jamal Lewis played at the University of Tennessee (1997-1999) where he finished third on the teams all-time rushing list with 2,677 yards and fourth with 3,161 all-purpose yards despite playing only three seasons. Browns WR Donte Stallworth played at the University of Tennessee (1999-2001) and Browns DB Brandon McDonald played at the University of Memphis (2005-2006). Jamal Lewis Browns assistant strength and conditioning coach Alan DeGennaro was the assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Tennessee between 1998-1999. Browns defensive assistant coach Bob Trott was the defensive coordinator at Duke (1996-2001) when Titans LB Ryan Fowler played at the school (2000-2003). Titans media relations assistant Jared Puffer attended Ohio University. Notable pro teammates: Titans LB Ken Amato and Browns DB Terry Cousins at Carolina … Titans QB Kerry Collins with WR Joe Jurevicius (PUP) and TE Darnell Dinkins at the N.Y. Giants … Titans TE Alge Crumpler and Browns RB Jason Wright at Atlanta … Titans CB Tyrone Poole and Browns LB Willie McGinest at New England. Notable college teammates: Titans QB Kerry Collins and Browns WR Joe Jurevicius at Penn State … Titans WR Chris Davis and Browns LB Kamerion Wimbley at Florida State … Titans DE Albert Haynesworth with Browns WR Donte’ Stallworth and RB Jamal Lewis at Tennessee … Titans DE Jevon Kearse and Browns LB Andra Davis at Florida … Titans RB Chris Henry and Browns WR Syndric Steptoe at Arizona … Titans WR Brandon Jones and Browns DB Brodney Pool at Oklahoma … Titans WR Paul Williams and Browns DL Louis Leonard at Fresno State.

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PROBABLE TITANS LINEUP
OFFENSIVE STARTERS
WR Justin McCareins (6-2, 215, 8th Year, Northern Illinois) - The former 2001 fourth-round draft choice returned to the Titans as a free agent in the offseason. He has 19 receptions for 290 yards in 2008. Michael Roos (6-7, 315, 4th Year, Eastern Washington) - Roos has started every game in his career, including every game at left tackle since the start of 2006. Eugene Amano (6-3, 310, 5th Year, SE Missouri St.) - Amano is in his first full season as a starter after serving as a back-up at all three interior line positions in his first four seasons. Kevin Mawae (6-4, 289, 15th Year, LSU) - The six-time Pro Bowler has started all but two regular season games at center since joining the club in 2006. He has started more games than any other current NFL offensive lineman. Jake Scott (6-5, 295, 5th Year, Idaho) - The unrestricted free agent from Indianapolis started his final 55 games with the Colts before arriving in Tennessee to begin his fifth NFL season. David Stewart (6-7, 318, 4th Year, Mississippi St.) - “Big Country” moved into the lineup at right tackle during the 2006 season and has not missed a start since then. Alge Crumpler (6-2, 262, 8th Year, North Carolina) - The four-time Pro Bowler signed as a free agent from the Falcons in the offseason. He has 20 receptions for 207 yards and one touchdown in 2008. Justin Gage (6-4, 212, 5th Year, Missouri) - In 2007, his first season with the Titans after three years with the Chicago Bears, Gage ranked first on the team and set a career high with 750 receiving yards on 55 receptions. His 2008 statistics include 24 receptions for 453 yards and a team-high four touchdown catches. Kerry Collins (6-5, 245, 14th Year, Penn State) - Collins, ranked 14th in NFL history in passing yards, is in his third season with the Titans. He recorded his 150th career start in Week 2 at Cincinnati. His 2008 stats include 328 attempts, 192 completions, 2,125 yards, nine touchdowns and four interceptions for an 81.9 passer rating. Ahmard Hall (5-10, 242, 3rd Year, Texas) - The former U.S. Marine and undrafted rookie from Texas has been the team’s starter at fullback since 2006. In 2008, he has recorded seven rushes for 18 yards and nine receptions for 94 yards and one touchdown. LenDale White (6-1, 235, 3rd Year, USC) - In 2007, White placed eighth in the AFC with 1,110 rushing yards. In 2008, he has recorded 146 carries for 575 yards and is tied for the NFL lead with 13 touchdowns. LE

DEFENSIVE STARTERS
Jevon Kearse (6-4, 265, 10th Year, Florida) - The team’s seventh all-time leading sacker was re-signed to the Titans in the offseason after playing the last four years in Philadelphia. In 2008, his statistics include 38 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 14 pressures and two forced fumbles. Tony Brown (6-3, 290, 4th Year, Memphis) - Brown, who came to the team as a free agent during the 2006 season, completed his first full season with the Titans in 2007. In 2008, his statistics include 57 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 17 quarterback pressures, eight tackles for loss and one fumble recovery. Albert Haynesworth (6-6, 320, 7th Year, Tennessee) - Haynesworth was a first-time Pro Bowler and All-Pro selection in 2007. In 2008, he has 64 tackles, a team-best 8.5 sacks (career high), 19 quarterback pressures (team high), six tackles for loss and four forced fumbles. Kyle Vanden Bosch (6-4, 278, 8th Year, Nebraska) - The team’s ninth all-time leading sacker was named to his second Pro Bowl in 2007. In 2008, his totals include 41 tackles, 4.5 sacks, 16 quarterback pressures, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. He was limited for six games (inactive three times) with a groin injury. David Thornton (6-2, 225, 7th Year, North Carolina) - In 2007, his second season in Tennessee, Thornton led the team with 140 tackles. In 2008, his totals include 70 tackles (tied for third on squad), five tackles for loss, two passes defensed and one forced fumble. Stephen Tulloch (5-11, 235, 3rd Year, N.C. State) - Tulloch, a former fourth-round draft choice, started his first game of the season in Week 4. His 2008 statistics include 70 tackles (tied for third on squad), two tackles for loss, two passes defensed and two fumble recoveries. Keith Bulluck (6-3, 235, 9th Year, Syracuse) - The team’s third alltime leading tackler is five tackles from posting his seventh consecutive 100-tackle season. He leads the team with 95 tackles in addition to a half sack, four tackles for loss, two quarterback pressures, four passes defensed, one fumble recovery and a blocked punt and recovery for a touchdown. Nick Harper (5-10, 182, 8th Year, Fort Valley St.) - In 2007, Harper joined the Titans as an unrestricted free agent after playing his first six seasons in Indianapolis. In 2008, his totals include 57 tackles, two interceptions, 14 passes defensed and one forced fumble. He was inactive for two games this season with an ankle injury. Cortland Finnegan (5-10, 188, 3rd Year, Samford) - In 2007, the former seventh-round draft choice started every game for the first time in his career. In 2008, he is tied for second in the NFL with five interceptions (one touchdown). He also has recorded 65 tackles, one sack, two tackles for loss and a team-high 18 passes defensed. Chris Hope (6-0, 208, 7th Year, Florida St.) - Now in his third season with the Titans, Hope is back in the lineup after finishing 2007 on injured reserve (neck injury). In 2008, he is tied for fifth in the NFL with four interceptions and also has recorded 75 tackles (second on team), one sack, three tackles for loss and seven passes defensed. Michael Griffin (6-0, 202, 2nd Year, Texas) - The team’s 2007 firstround pick tallied three interceptions and led the club in special teams tackles in his rookie season. In 2008, he is tied for fifth in the NFL with four interceptions and also has registered 64 tackles, one sack, two tackles for loss, seven passes defensed and 14 special teams tackles (tied for team high).

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RB Chris Johnson (5-11, 200, Rookie, East Carolina) - The team’s firstround draft choice in 2008 (24th overall) is second in the AFC with 958 rushing yards (203 carries, 4.7 avg.) and has an additional 227 receiving yards. He was named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month for September. Bo Scaife (6-3, 249, 4th Year, Texas) - The former sixth-round draft choice (2005) leads the Titans in receiving with 48 catches for 498 yards and two touchdowns. Brandon Jones (6-1, 212, 4th Year, Oklahoma) - The former thirdround draft choice (2005) is third on the squad with a career-high 34 receptions for 367 yards and one touchdown. SS

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Rob Bironas (6-0, 215, 4th Year, Georgia Southern) - The 2007 Pro Bowler is tied for fifth in the NFL with 104 points. He has made 24 field goals in 27 attempts and at one point had a streak of 20 consecutive field goals. P Craig Hentrich (6-3, 213, 15th Year, Notre Dame) - The two-time Pro Bowler is in his 15th NFL season and 11th season with the Titans. He is ninth in NFL history in career punts. In 2008, he is averaging 43.3 yards (37.1 net) on 65 punts. RET Chris Carr (5-10, 180, 4th Year, Boise St.) - The defensive back was signed as a restricted free agent from Oakland in 2008 to be the team’s primary punt and kickoff returner. He currently ranks second in the AFC (fourth in NFL) with a 28.0-yard average on kickoff returns and ranks eighth in the AFC with a 9.2-yard punt return average. K DB

KEY DEFENSIVE RESERVES
Vincent Fuller (6-1, 190, 4th Year, Virginia Tech) - A fourth-round pick in 2005, Fuller serves as the team’s nickel defensive back. His 2008 statistics include 32 tackles, four passes defensed and one forced fumble. Ryan Fowler (6-3, 250, 5th Year, Duke) - The team’s fourth linebacker joined the Titans in 2007 as a restricted free agent from the Dallas Cowboys. In 2008, he has recorded 22 tackles and two tackles for loss. Jason Jones (6-5, 275, Rookie, Eastern Michigan) - A second-round pick in 2008 and regular in the defensive line rotation as a rookie, Jones’ totals include 36 tackles, 1.5 sacks and a blocked field goal. Dave Ball (6-5, 277, 4th Year, UCLA) - In his first season with the Titans after receiving previous playing experience with the Jets and Chargers, Ball has 40 tackles, 4.5 sacks, one interception for a touchdown and 10 quarterback pressures in 2008. Jacob Ford (6-4, 256, 2nd Year, Central Arkansas) - A sixth-round pick in his second season, Ford has recorded 25 tackles, four sacks, six quarterback pressures and two forced fumbles in 2008.

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LAST WEEK’S GAME vs. DETROIT LIONS
Tennessee Titans 47 at Detroit Lions 10 Thursday, Nov. 27, 2008 Ford Field, Detroit, Mich. 1 21 3 2 14 7 3 6 0 4 6 0 Final 47 10

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In their first Thanksgiving game since 1997, the Titans wasted little time in getting a lead against the Detroit Lions and pulled away for a 47-10 victory. The Titans’ 47 points were the most since a 48-27 win at Green Bay on Oct. 11, 2004, and the 37-point margin of victory was the club’s highest since 1990 (44 points vs. Cleveland on Dec. 9, 1990). There have been just six games in franchise history in which the Titans won by a larger margin. Relying largely on their ground attack, the Titans rushed 46 times for 292 yards, the third-highest rushing total in team annals. Chris Johnson led the way with 125 yards on 16 carries, while LenDale White provided 106 yards on 23 attempts. It was the seventh time in team history – and the second in 2008 – in which two players topped 100 yards for the club. Johnson and White each scored two touchdowns. On the second play from scrimmage of the game, Titans safety Michael Griffin knocked the ball loose from the grasp of Lions receiver Shaun McDonald, and defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch was there for the recovery. Two plays later, after a 28-yard gain on a reverse by Brandon Jones, Johnson scampered six yards into the end zone. It was the first of eight scoring drives in 12 possessions, not including drives at the end of each half in which they let the clock expire. The Lions responded with a 45-yard drive that ended with a 53-yard field goal by Jason Hanson. Then, on a third-and-five from the Tennessee 42, Johnson took a handoff 58 yards for his second touchdown. With less than seven minutes elapsed in the game, the Titans had a 14-3 lead. After an exchange of punts, the Lions were backed up in their own territory when defensive end Dave Ball intercepted a Daunte Culpepper pass intended for running back Kevin Smith. Ball went 15 yards untouched into the end zone for his first career touchdown. A 13-yard punt by the Lions on their next possession gave the Titans

Chris Johnson scored one of his two touchdowns on this 58-yard run. possession at Detroit’s 31-yard line. A 20-yard pass from Kerry Collins to Justin McCareins on third down set up a six-yard touchdown run by White on the third play of the second quarter. Later in the quarter, the Titans showed they could drive the length of the field, starting on their own nine-yard line and concluding the series with a touchdown. They converted four third downs on a drive that took over eight minutes, and White scored on a two-yard run to give the Titans a 35-3 lead. Overall on third down, the Titans were eight-of-16, while the Lions couldn’t convert a third down in 11 attempts. The Titans outgained the Lions 456 yards to 154 and recorded 19 first downs to only six by the Lions. The Titans defense limited the Lions to 23 rushing yards. The Lions scored their only touchdown with less than a minute remaining in the first half after a fumble recovery gave them a first-and-goal at the two-yard line. Culpepper found tight end Michael Gaines for a two-yard touchdown pass. Titans kicker Rob Bironas capped four drives in the second half with field goals, all of which were more than 40 yards in length.

NOTES FROM LAST WEEK’S GAME
MARGIN OF VICTORY: The Titans won by 37 points, which is the team’s seventh-highest margin of victory of all-time and Detroit’s highest margin of defeat on Thanksgiving. The last time the Titans won by 37 or more points was Dec. 9, 1999, when they defeated the Cleveland Browns 58-14. BALL’S BIG DAY: Defensive end Dave Ball notched his first career interception in the first quarter. He picked off a Daunte Culpepper pass at the Detroit 15-yard line and raced into the end zone for his first career touchdown. With an additional sack and forced fumble against the Lions, Ball has recorded a sack in four of the last five games. 35 POINTS IN FIRST HALF: The Titans scored 35 points in the first half, a total that tied for the second-highest number in franchise history. The club record is 45 points against Cleveland on Dec. 9, 1990. They now have seven games with 35 points in the first half. Their 21 points in the first quarter tied (10/31/99 vs. St. Louis) for the second-highest number in franchise history. TITANS REACH 40 POINTS: The Titans scored 47 points, marking the first time the Titans reached 40 points since a 48-27 victory at Green Bay on Oct. 11, 2004. The 47 points were the most ever allowed by the Lions on Thanksgiving. JOHNSON MOVES UP ROOKIE LIST IN THIRD 100-YARD GAME: Chris Johnson totaled 125 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries. He scored on carries of six yards and 58 yards in the first quarter for his second career multi-touchdown game. The 58-yarder was the second-longest run of his career (66 at K.C., 10/19/08). With a 14-yard carry in the second quarter, he reached the 100-yard mark for the third time in his career. Johnson passed Rodney Thomas (947 rushing yards in 1995) for third place in franchise history among rookie rushers. WHITE JOINS TOP THREE: With a two-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, his second of the game, LenDale White moved into a tie for third place for most rushing touchdowns scored in a season in franchise history. 7 His 13 scores match Earl Campbell’s totals from both 1978 and 1980. White’s total trails only Campbell’s 19 touchdowns in 1979 and Eddie George’s 14 touchdowns in 2000. TWO BACKS OVER 100: For the second time in 2008 (10/19 at K.C.), the Titans had two rushers reach 100 yards. There have been seven-such occasions in team history, and only once before (1967) has the feat been accomplished twice in the same season. LONGEST DRIVE OF THE SEASON: A Titans marched down the field for their longest scoring drive of the season in the second quarter. They went 91 yards on 15 plays, allowing 8:25 to elapse on the game clock. It was their longest drive in terms of plays and time and matched a 91-yard drive at Kansas City on Oct. 19. COLLINS MOVES UP COMPLETIONS CHART: In the second quarter, Kerry Collins completed his seventh pass of the game. In doing so, he recorded his 3,106th career completion to pass Dave Krieg (3,105 completions) for 11th place in NFL history. HENTRICH NINTH IN CAREER PUNTS: With a punt in the first quarter, Craig Hentrich broke a tie with Mark Royals (1,116 career punts) to move into ninth place on the NFL’s all-time punting list. BIRONAS REACHES 100 POINTS: With a 45-yard field goal, his third successful attempt of the game, Rob Bironas reached 100 points for the second consecutive season. He scored 133 points in 2007. BIRONAS MAKES FOUR OVER 40 IN SECOND HALF: Rob Bironas made four field goals in the second half, all of which exceeded 40 yards. It was the fifth time in his career he made four or more field goals and the first time he made four field goals of 40-plus yards in the same game.

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BIG DAYS vs. BROWNS
On Nov.6, 2005, linebacker Keith Bulluck posted 14 tackles and an interception at Cleveland. On Nov. 5, 2000, quarterback Kerry Collins completed 19 of 31 passes for 257 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions (120.0 rating) in leading the New York Giants to a win over the Cleveland Browns. Cornerback Nick Harper tied his career high with two interceptions for 43 total return yards in an Indianapolis Colts victory at Cleveland on Sept. 7, 2003. Defensive end Jevon Kearse has seven sacks in seven career games against the Browns. On Sept. 19, 1999, his second NFL contest, he posted three sacks in a win over the Browns at LP Field. As a member of the Indianapolis Colts, linebacker David Thornton recorded his first career start at Cleveland on Sept. 7, 2003 and tallied nine tackles and a pass defensed.

2008 LINEUP CHANGES
Current starters in 2008 and primary starters in 2007 at each position (lineup change in bold; new roster addition underlined): 2007 Offensive Starters 2008 Roydell Williams WR Justin McCareins Michael Roos LT Michael Roos Jacob Bell LG Eugene Amano Kevin Mawae C Kevin Mawae Benji Olson RG Jake Scott David Stewart RT David Stewart Bo Scaife TE Alge Crumpler Justin Gage WR Justin Gage Vince Young QB Kerry Collins Ahmard Hall FB Ahmard Hall LenDale White RB LenDale White/Chris Johnson 2007 Defensive Starters 2008 Antwan Odom LE Jevon Kearse Tony Brown LT Tony Brown Albert Haynesworth RT Albert Haynesworth Kyle Vanden Bosch RE Kyle Vanden Bosch David Thornton LLB David Thornton Ryan Fowler MLB Stephen Tulloch Keith Bulluck RLB Keith Bulluck Nick Harper LCB Nick Harper Cortland Finnegan RCB Cortland Finnegan Chris Hope SS Chris Hope Michael Griffin FS Michael Griffin

TITANS CELEBRATE 10TH ANNIVERSARY
The 2008 season marks the franchise’s 10th campaign as the Tennessee Titans. A special logo (right) was commissioned to commemorate the season and will be worn as a patch on the front shoulder of all Titans game jerseys during the year. The logo features the Titans’ “fireball” logo with a “1” in front of it, creating the number 10. The numeral rests above an outline of the state of Tennessee, which has the years 1999-2008 imprinted within its borders. The Titans kicked off their 10th anniversary celebration with the annual Titans Caravan in April. Throughout the course of the upcoming season, the theme will be featured prominently in gameday promotions and other special events. In 1999, the third season after leaving Houston, the team changed its name from the Tennessee Oilers to Tennessee Titans and moved into the 69,000-seat LP Field. The season ended with a memorable run to an AFC crown and a Super Bowl XXXIV appearance. Titans 10th Anniversary Quick Facts: Since 1999, the Titans have been to the playoffs five times. They went to the postseason after the 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003 and 2007 seasons. Only five teams (Indianapolis, New England, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay and Seattle) have had more playoff appearances in that time. The Titans have sold out all 103 home contests through the 2008 season since LP Field opened in 1999 (80 regular season, 20 preseason, 3 playoff games). Tied with St. Louis Rams for winningest team in the NFL from 1999-2003 (56-24). Won league-record 13 consecutive home games (including playoffs) to open LP Field from 1999-2000. Since LP Field opened in 1999, the Titans have built a season ticket waiting list of approximately 28,000 names. Since the start of the 1999 season, there have been 83 different head coaches in the NFL other than Jeff Fisher, who has served as Titans head coach since the final six games of the 1994 season (includes six new coaches in 2008). Two current Titans on the roster who were on the roster in 1999: punter Craig Hentrich and defensive end Jevon Kearse. One current player who has been on the Titans roster continuously since 1999: punter Craig Hentrich. From 1999-2007, the Titans ranked fourth in the NFL in rushing defense (102.0 yards per game) and fifth in third-down defense (35.5 percent). From 1999-2007, the Titans were tied with the Denver Broncos for sixth in the NFL in regular season wins (83). Titans statistical leaders since the start of the 1999 season: Regular Season Games Played: Craig Hentrich (155 games) Passing: Steve McNair (19,482 yards) Rushing: Eddie George (5,948 yards) Receiving: Derrick Mason (414 receptions) Scoring: Rob Bironas (434 points) Touchdowns: Eddie George (53 touchdowns) Tackles: Keith Bulluck (1,122 tackles) Interceptions: Samari Rolle (23 interceptions) Sacks: Jevon Kearse (50 sacks)

THIS WEEK IN TITANS HISTORY
Dec. 1, 2002: The Titans earned a 32-29 overtime win over the Giants at the Meadowlands. Steve McNair completed a late touchdown pass to Frank Wycheck and added a two-point conversion to send the game into overtime. Joe Nedney won the game with a 38-yard field goal. Dec. 2, 2001: Steve McNair completed 11 of 17 passes for 244 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions in a 31-15 defeat of the Browns in Cleveland. Derrick Mason was on the receiving end of two of McNair’s touchdown passes. Dec. 3, 2000: The Titans used five field goals by Al Del Greco, including a 50-yarder as time expired, to defeat the Eagles 15-13. Dec. 3, 2006: Rob Bironas booted a 60-yard field goal in the final seconds of a 20-17 victory against the Indianapolis Colts at LP Field.

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GENERAL MANAGER MIKE REINFELDT
Mike Reinfeldt is in his 28th season in the NFL, second as Titans Executive Vice President/General Manager and 10th with the Oilers/Titans franchise. Reinfeldt’s first tenure with the team was from 1976-83 as an All-Pro safety. He re-joined the franchise in 2007, after spending seven years with the Seattle Seahawks. Reinfeldt has 22 years of experience as a front office executive and another nine as an NFL player. In his 16 years as an NFL executive with Tennessee, Seattle and Green Bay, his teams have won a combined six division titles, made 11 playoff appearances, four NFC Championship game appearances, three Super Bowl appearances, captured one world title (1996) and amassed 13 winning seasons. In Reinfeldt’s first two years of free agency with the Titans, key players added to the roster include cornerback Nick Harper, linebacker Ryan Fowler, wide receivers Justin Gage and Justin McCareins, guard Jake Scott and defensive end Jevon Kearse. Reinfeldt also has led the team in selecting 17 players in the past two NFL drafts. Safety Michael Griffin, the Titans’ 2007 first-round selection and Reinfeldt’s first-ever draft pick as a general manager, had a solid rookie campaign. This year’s first-round pick, running back Chris Johnson, brings high expectations to diversify the offense. Reinfeldt also has worked to retain several key players through contract extensions. Over the last year, seven starters have signed new deals: Gage, fullback Ahmard Hall, defensive tackle Tony Brown, guard Eugene Amano, cornerback Cortland Finnegan and bookend tackles Michael Roos and David Stewart. Additionally, Reinfeldt helped bring aboard new members of the team’s administration, including Senior Director of Football Administration Vincent Marino and Director of Pro Personnel Lake Dawson. Each has made significant contributions to the team since arriving in 2007. In Seattle, Reinfeldt last held the title of Vice President of Football Administration and was responsible for player contract negotiations, salary cap management, player evaluations and numerous aspects of the day-to-day football operations. In eight seasons with the Packers, he served a number of roles, including Chief Financial Officer for three years (1991-93) and adding the title of VP of Administration from 1994-98. Reinfeldt was instrumental in bringing general manager Ron Wolf to the Packers in 1991. When Mike Holmgren left the Packers for Seattle, he handpicked Reinfeldt to join him with the Seahawks. A former safety for the Oilers franchise from 1976-83, Reinfeldt earned Pro Bowl and AllPro honors in 1979. He ranks seventh on the club’s career interception list with 26 and matched the team record for interceptions in a season with 12 in 1979. He entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, originally signing with the Oakland Raiders and playing in two games before being cut and signed by the Oilers. Before joining the Packers in 1991, Reinfeldt spent three years (1988-90) at the University of Southern California as the associate athletic director and spent another three years (1985-88) with the L.A. Raiders as the Chief Financial Officer. He earned an MBA in management and finance at Houston Baptist University.

RECENT FREE AGENT HISTORY
Recent Titans unrestricted and restricted free agency additions and losses: 2008* Players Signed (4): DB Chris Carr (RFA), TE Dwayne Blakley, G Jake Scott, LB Josh Stamer Players Lost (8): G Jacob Bell, RB Chris Brown, LB Gilbert Gardner, TE Ben Hartsock, DE Travis LaBoy, DE Antwan Odom, DT Randy Starks, TE Ben Troupe * Signed additional veterans as free agents in 2008 (TE Alge Crumpler, DE Jevon Kearse, WR Justin McCareins, P Josh Miller, G Isaac Snell) 2007 Players Signed (5): LB Ryan Fowler (RFA), WR Justin Gage, CB Nick Harper, S Bryan Scott Players Lost (3): WR Drew Bennett, WR Bobby Wade, DT Robaire Smith 2006 Players Signed (4): LB David Thornton, WR David Givens, C Kevin Mawae, S Chris Hope Players Lost (4): LB Rocky Boiman, C Justin Hartwig, LB Brad Kassell, S Tank Williams 2005 Players Signed (1): DE Kyle Vanden Bosch Players Lost (4): RB Antowain Smith, WR Eddie Berlin, CB Andre Dyson and TE Shad Meier 2004 Players Signed (0) Players Lost (2): DE Jevon Kearse, DT Robaire Smith

KEY 2008 TRANSACTIONS
Jan. 17 Feb. 20 March 3 Hired MIKE HEIMERDINGER as offensive coordinator Designated DT ALBERT HAYNESWORTH as the Franchise Player Re-signed unrestricted free agent WR JUSTIN GAGE; signed free agent TE ALGE CRUMPLER Signed free agent DE JEVON KEARSE; hired EARNEST BYNER as running backs coach Signed unrestricted free agent G JAKE SCOTT Signed free agent WR JUSTIN McCAREINS Re-signed exclusive rights free agent FB AHMARD HALL; G BENJI OLSON announced his retirement Executed offer sheet with Raiders restricted free agent DB/KR CHRIS CARR Agreed to contract extension with T MICHAEL ROOS Drafted RB CHRIS JOHNSON (first round) and DL JASON JONES (second round); traded CB PACMAN JONES to Dallas Cowboys Extended contract of T DAVID STEWART Signed DT ALBERT HAYNESWORTH as franchise player Extended contract of CB CORTLAND FINNEGAN Signed free agent QB CHRIS SIMMS

2008 DRAFT REPORT
The Titans selected seven players in the 2008 NFL Draft. Their top pick was Chris Johnson, a running back from East Carolina. Johnson, who was chosen with the 24th overall pick, rushed for 2,982 yards during his college career and recorded an additional 1,296 receiving yards. At the NFL Scouting Combine in February, he posted the fastest 40-yard dash of any prospect with a time of 4.24 seconds. Additionally, the Titans drafted defensive lineman Jason Jones (second round), tight end Craig Stevens (third), defensive end William Hayes (fourth), wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins (fourth), linebacker Stanford Keglar (fourth) and cornerback Cary Williams (seventh). TENNESSEE TITANS 2008 DRAFT CLASS: RB CHRIS JOHNSON (1st Round, 24th Overall, East Carolina): Johnson is second in the AFC (sixth in NFL) with 958 rushing yards. He has an additional 227 receiving yards to give him 1,185 yards from scrimmage (second in AFC). He has scored eight touchdowns (seven rushing, one receiving) and was named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month for September. DL JASON JONES (2nd Round, 54th Overall, Eastern Michigan): In nine regular season games (one start), Jones has registered 36 tackles, 1.5 sacks, one tackle for loss, seven quarterback pressures, two passes defensed and a blocked field goal. TE CRAIG STEVENS (3rd Round, 85th Overall, California): Stevens has played on special teams and at tight end in 12 games. DE WILLIAM HAYES (4th Round, 103rd Overall, Winston-Salem St.): Hayes has played in five games and recorded 10 tackles, two quarterback pressures and one pass defensed. WR LAVELLE HAWKINS (4th Round, 126th Overall, California): Hawkins has played in seven contests and recorded seven receptions for 68 yards and seven kickoff returns for an 18.6-yard average. LB STANFORD KEGLAR (4th Round, 134th Overall, Purdue): Keglar has been inactive for three games and played in nine contests on special teams. Draft picks currently on the practice squad: Cary Williams (7th Round, 229th, Washburn) 9
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TITANS HEAD COACH JEFF FISHER
Jeff Fisher is in his 14th full season as Head Coach of the Tennessee Titans and his ninth as Executive Vice President. Fisher holds the franchise record for wins by a head coach and is the NFL leader in tenure with one team among active coaches. He was named interim head coach for the last six games of the 1994 season and has been in his current post ever since, leading the team through the transition from its final years in Houston to some of the club’s greatest successes in Tennessee. Over the previous nine seasons (1999-07), Fisher guided the franchise to five playoff appearances (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007) – only five teams (Indianapolis, New England, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay and Seatte) had more appearances during that time. During his tenure, his accomplishments also include two Division titles (2000 & 2002), two AFC Championship Games (1999, 2002) and one Super Bowl berth (XXXIV). He presided over the most victorious (56 regular season wins and five postseason wins) and successful five-year period in the franchise’s history from 1999 to 2003. Fisher’s clubs have found ways to win games, even in the most trying times. In 2007, he took a team that on average had the youngest starters in the league (25.81 years) at the beginning of the season and led the squad to a 10-win season and a playoff berth. It was the fifth time in Fisher’s tenure he coached the team to 10 or more wins in a playoff season. The team followed the path of previously successful Jeff Fisher teams, ranking fifth in the NFL in rushing offense, fifth in the NFL in yards allowed on defense and recording a 5-3 mark on the road. Also in 2007, Fisher became the 27th head coach in NFL history and the sixth active coach to reach 120 career wins. He surpassed the career win totals of John Madden (112 career wins), Don Coryell (114) and George Allen (118) to rank 27th in league annals. No current NFL head coach has more tenure with his team than Fisher (14-plus seasons), and only the NBA’s Jerry Sloan (1988-89) and Major League Baseball’s Bobby Cox (1990) have more tenure among head coaches/managers in the four major U.S. professional team sports. A native of Woodland Hills, Calif., the former USC and Chicago Bears defensive back became the Titans’ 15th head coach on Jan. 5, 1995 following his interim role to conclude the 1994 season. His previous coaching jobs included the defensive backs coach for the Philadelphia Eagles (1986-88) and San Francisco 49ers (1992-93) and the defensive coordinator for the Eagles (1988-90), Los Angeles Rams (1991) and Oilers (1994). Fisher facts: At USC, played in the same defensive backfield as future NFL stars Ronnie Lott, Dennis Smith and Joey Browner. Was a seventh-round draft pick by the Chicago Bears in 1981. In 1985, served in an “unofficial assistant coach” capacity while on injured reserve during the Bears run to Super Bowl XX.

JEFF FISHER AT A GLANCE
Regular season record: 126-100 (.558) Postseason record: 5-5 (.500) Overall record: 131-105 (.555) At home: 67-50 (.573) On the road: 64-54 (.542) At neutral site: 0-1 vs. Browns: 6-5 at home vs. Browns: 2-3 on road vs. Browns: 4-2 vs. Romeo Crennel: 0-1 Years as Titans head coach: 14* (1995-08) Years as NFL head coach: 14* (1995-08) Fisher’s Coaching Ledger: Years 1994-08 1994 1992-93 1991 1988-90 1986-88 1981-85 Team Hou. Oilers/Tenn. Titans Houston Oilers San Francisco 49ers L.A. Rams Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Bears Position Head Coach* Defensive Coordinator* Defensive Backs Coach Defensive Coordinator Defensive Coordinator Defensive Backs Coach Player (Defensive Back)

* Coached an additional six games as interim head coach in 1994.

In 2006, Fisher’s Chicago Bears record of 509 punt return yards in a season (1981) was broken by Devin Hester (600). Fisher still holds the team record for most punt returns in a season with 58 in 1984. In 1988, at the age of 30, became the NFL’s youngest defensive coordinator under Buddy Ryan. Serves as Co-Chairman of the NFL Competition Committee. Ran the Country Music Marathon in 2002. Fisher is an avid golfer and fisherman.

BROWNS HEAD COACH ROMEO CRENNEL
Romeo Crennel is in his fourth season as head coach of the Cleveland Browns. He was named to his current post on Feb. 8, 2005, the 11th full-time head coach in franchise history. His resume includes 39 years of coaching experience, including 28 years in the NFL. In 2007, he led the Browns to a 10-6 record, including a franchise-best seven consecutive home wins, and coached six Browns that were selected to the Pro Bowl. Crennel previously led the Browns to a 6-10 record in his first year as a head coach and added a 4-12 mark in 2006. As a defensive coordinator in New England prior to his hiring in Cleveland, his units played key roles in their three Super Bowl Championships during the last four seasons (2001, 2003-2004). In 2004, his defense tied for third in the league in sacks (45) and second in points allowed (260). The Pro Football Writers of America awarded him the NFL Assistant Coach of the Year award in 2003, when his defense ranked as one of the best in league history. That year, the Patriots led the league in points allowed per game (14.9) and interceptions (29), while ending the season with 15 consecutive wins. Crennel previously served the Browns as defensive coordinator (2000), after coaching the defensive line with the New York Jets (1997-1999) and in his first stint with the Patriots (1993-1996). Crennel was a member of two Super Bowl Champions (XXI and XXV) when he coached with the New York Giants (1981-1992).

ROMEO CRENNEL AT A GLANCE
Regular season record: 24-36 (.400) Postseason record: 0-0 Overall record: 24-36 (.400) vs. Titans: 1-0 on the road vs. Titans: 0-0 at home vs. Titans: 1-0 vs. Jeff Fisher: 1-0 Year as Browns head coach: 4 Year as NFL head coach: 4

Before coaching in the NFL, Crennel coached the defensive line at Georgia Tech (1980) and the defensive ends at the University of Mississippi (1978-1979) after a stop as an assistant at Texas Tech (1975-1977). He began his coaching career at Western Kentucky (1970-1974) after starting there four years there as a defensive lineman (1966-1969).

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MOST WINS IN FRANCHISE HISTORY
Jeff Fisher has more than doubled the win total of any previous head coach in franchise history. He passed the second head coach on the list, Bum Phillips (59 wins), in 2000. Most wins by head coaches in Oilers/Titans history (includes postseason): Coach 1. Jeff Fisher 2. Bum Phillips 3. Jack Pardee 4. Wally Lemm 5. Jerry Glanville Years W 1995-08 131 1975-80 59 1990-94 44 1961, 66-70 38 1985-89 35 L 105 38 35 40 35 T 0 0 0 4 0 Pct. .555 .608 .556 .487 .500

FISHER LEADS IN COACHING TENURE
Jeff Fisher’s current tenure as head coach has lasted longer than that of any other active head coach in the NFL. Fisher edges Denver’s Mike Shanahan (14 seasons) due to the six games he served as the interim head coach at the close of the 1994 season. Most consecutive seasons in a current head coaching position (as of the start of the 2008 regular season): Coach 1. Jeff Fisher* 2. Mike Shanahan 3. Mike Holmgren Andy Reid 5. Bill Belichick 6. Tony Dungy Jon Gruden John Fox Team Current Full Season Tennessee 14 Denver 14 Seattle 10 Philadelphia 10 New England 9 Indianapolis 7 Tampa Bay 7 Carolina 7

CAREER WINS, ACTIVE COACHES
Titans Head Coach Jeff Fisher ranks among the NFL leaders among active coaches in number of wins. He is currently fifth in the league behind Mike Holmgren, Mike Shanahan, Bill Belichick and Tony Dungy. The most total wins (regular and postseason) by active NFL head coaches: Coach 1. Mike Holmgren 2. Mike Shanahan 3. Bill Belichick 4. Tony Dungy 5. Jeff Fisher 6. Tom Coughlin 7. Andy Reid 8. Jon Gruden Seasons 17 16 14 13 14 13 10 11 Wins 172 153 149 144 131 122 102 100

* Fisher coached an additional six games as interim head coach in 1994.

TENURE IN FOUR MAJOR U.S. SPORTS
Not only is Jeff Fisher the most-tenured current NFL head coach, he is among the leaders in all of professional U.S. team sports. Fisher’s regime goes back to 1994, trailing only the tenures of two other head coaches/managers in the NFL, the National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball or the National Hockey League. The NBA’s Jerry Sloan (Utah Jazz) leads the group, followed by MLB’s Bobby Cox (Atlanta Braves) and Fisher. The longest tenured coach in the NHL is Lindy Ruff of the Buffalo Sabres (1998). Most current consecutive seasons as head coach/manager in the NFL, NBA, MLB or NHL: Coach/Manager Jerry Sloan Bobby Cox Jeff Fisher League NBA MLB NFL Team Utah Jazz Atlanta Braves Tennessee Titans First Season 1988-89 1990 1994 (interim)

GAMES COACHED WITH ONE TEAM
Jeff Fisher also is the active leader and ranks 10th on the list of total games coached with one team in NFL history. On Oct. 7, 2007, he passed Hank Stram for 10th place all-time. Stram coached 210 games with the Kansas City Chiefs from 1960-74. Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher is ninth on the all-time list with 261 games. Most games coached by a head coach with one team in NFL history (active coaches in italic): Coach 1. George Halas 2. Tom Landry 3. Don Shula 4. Chuck Noll 5. Curly Lambeau 6. Bud Grant 7. Joe Gibbs 8. Steve Owen 9. Bill Cowher 10. Jeff Fisher 11. Mike Shanahan 12. Hank Stram 13. Marv Levy Years Team Games 1920-67* Chicago 506 1960-88 Dallas 454 1970-95 Miami 423 1969-91 Pittsburgh 366 1921-49 Green Bay 339 1967-83, 85 Minnesota 281 1981-92, 04-07 Washington 272 1930-53 NY Giants 270 1992-06 Pittsburgh 261 1995-08 Tennessee 236 1995-08 Denver 233 1960-74 Kansas City 210 1986-97 Buffalo 201

NFL HEAD COACHES SINCE 1995
Jeff Fisher is the longest-tenured coach in the NFL. He and Denver’s Mike Shanahan are in their 14th full season has head coach of their clubs. No other teams have had just one head coach since the start of the 1995 season. In total, there have been 99 different NFL head coaches other than Fisher since the start of the 1995 season, including coaching changes during the 2008 season. Number of Titans head coaches since 1995 . . . . . . .1 Number of head coaches for 31 other NFL clubs since 1995 * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99 * The current number includes changes (Oakland, St. Louis, San Francisco) in 2008. The number counts each head coach one time since the start of the 1995 season. Coaches who have been named to multiple head posts are counted only once in the list.

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BEST STARTS IN FRANCHISE HISTORY
With a Nov. 23 loss to the New York Jets as the only blemish on their 2008 record, the Titans’ 11-1 mark is the best in franchise history through 12 games. The Titans are two games better at this point in the season than at any other time in their 49-year history. There have been six prior seasons in which the team went 9-3, one season when they were 8-3-1 and six seasons at 8-4. Tennessee’s current record is the club’s best 12-game mark since going 9-3 in 2003. Best record through 12 games in franchise history: 12-Game Record 11-1 9-3 9-3 9-3 9-3 9-3 9-3 8-3-1 8-4 8-4 8-4 8-4 8-4 8-4 Season Record 11-1 12-4 13-3 13-3 11-5 11-5 11-3 10-3-1 12-4 10-6 11-5 10-6 10-4 10-4

WINNING IN DECEMBER
The Titans have been among the upper echelon teams in December and January games since Jeff Fisher took over the team. They rank fifth in the NFL in December winning percentage since the start of the 1995 season, Fisher’s first full season as head coach. NFL’s best regular season records in December-January games since the start of the 1995 season: Team 1. Green Bay Packers 2. New England Patriots 3. Pittsburgh Steelers Indianapolis Colts 5. Tennessee Titans 6. Philadelphia Eagles 7. Washington Redskins 8. Seattle Seahawks Jacksonville Jaguars* 10.Baltimore Ravens W 45 40 36 36 36 33 32 33 33 29 L 14 17 23 23 24 23 25 26 26 23 Pct .763 .702 .610 .610 .600 .589 .561 .559 .559 .558

Year 2008 2003 2000 1999 1991 1979 1962 1961 1993 1988 1980 1978 1975 1960

Season Finish Currently first place in AFC South AFC Wild Card AFC Central Champions AFC Champions; Lost in SB XXXIV AFC Central Champions AFC Wild Card; Lost in Conf. Champ. AFL East Champs; Lost AFL Champ. AFL East Champs; Won AFL Champ. AFC Central Champions AFC Wild Card AFC Wild Card AFC Wild Card; Lost in Conf. Champ. Third Place AFC Central AFL East Champs; Won AFL Champ.

* Does not include Monday night game on Dec. 1 In 2006 and 2007, the Titans returned to their winning ways in the final month of the season. They tallied a 4-1 record in December in each of the last two seasons, two of their best finishes ever under Fisher. The Titans went 1-4 in December-January regular season games in both 2004 and 2005. Prior to that, they had just one season since 1995 in which they had a losing record in the final month of the season (1997). Titans’ win-loss records in December-January regular season games since 1995: Dec.-Jan. Season Record (W-L) 1995 2-2 1996 2-2 1997 1-2 1998 2-2 1999 4-1 2000 4-0 2001 3-3 2002 5-0 2003 3-2 2004 1-4 2005 1-4 2006 4-1 2007 4-1 2008 0-0 Totals 36-24 (.600)

With victories in their first 10 games, the Titans went 10-0 to begin the season for the first time in the franchise’s 49-year history. There have only been two prior occasions in franchise history in which they won their first three games -- 1991 and 1999. They made the playoffs in each of those two seasons and went to Super Bowl XXXIV following the 1999 season. Most consecutive wins to begin a season, franchise history: Undefeated Year Start 2008 10-0 1999 3-0 1991 3-0 (eight times) 2-0 Season Record 11-1 13-3 11-5

Season Finish Currently first place in AFC South AFC Champions; Lost in SB XXXIV AFC Central Champions

TITANS JOIN 10-0 TEAMS
With their win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Nov. 16, the Titans became the 11th team to go 10-0 since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger. The Titans were the third team in the last four years to open with 10 consecutive wins, joining the 2005 Indianapolis Colts and the 2007 New England Patriots. There were eight NFL or AFL teams to go 10-0 prior to 1970. Teams that started 10-0 since 1970: Undefeated Start 10-0 16-0 13-0 13-0 11-0 10-0 10-0 12-0 11-0 10-0 14-0 Final Regular Season Record* 16-0 14-2 14-2 14-2 14-2 13-3 15-1 14-2 12-2 14-0

FRANCHISE WINNING STREAKS
A win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Nov. 16 gave the Titans 13 consecutive regular season victories. They won every contest in the regular season starting with a win at Kansas City on Dec. 16, 2007 until losing to the New York Jets on Nov. 23, 2008. The 13-game winning streak became the longest in team history. The franchise won 11 consecutive regular season games on one prior occasion, 1993. The only other time in which they won 10 consecutive games was from 1961 to 1962. Longest regular season winning streaks in franchise history: Year(s) 1. 2007-08 2. 1993 3. 1961-62 4. 2000 5. 1962 Consecutive Wins 13 11 10 8 7

Year 2008 2007 2005 1998 1991 1990 1990 1985 1984 1975 1972

Team Tennessee Titans New England Patriots Indianapolis Colts Denver Broncos Washington Redskins San Francisco 49ers New York Giants Chicago Bears Miami Dolphins Minnesota Vikings Miami Dolphins

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TITANS SET ROAD WIN RECORD
With a Week 7 win at Kansas City (10/19), the Titans tied a franchise record with their fifth consecutive regular season road victory. Three weeks later at Chicago (11/9), they broke the record with their sixth straight road win. They followed that with wins at Jacksonville (11/16) and Detroit (11/27), giving them a current streak of eight regular season road wins. With their win over the Lions, it has been a full calendar year since the Titans suffered their last regular season road loss. They have not lost on the road in the regular season since dropping a game at Cincinnati on Nov. 25, 2007. The Titans also for the first time in 2008 won their first five road games in a season (now at six games to start the season). The previous team record for consecutive road victories was set during a five-game span from 1961-62 and then matched in 1993 and 2006-07.

TITANS FIRST IN TURNOVER MARGIN
The Titans are first in the NFL after Week 13 in turnover differential. With at least two opponent turnovers in all but three games, they have 17 interceptions and eight fumble recoveries to give them 25 takeaways. Meanwhile, they have committed 12 turnovers to give them a ratio of plus-13, which is three ahead of the second-place New York Giants and Miami Dolphins. The Titans have not finished with a negative turnover differential in any game this season. NFL leaders in turnover margin: Takeaways Team Int Fum Tot 1. Tennessee 17 8 25 2. Miami 11 9 20 N.Y. Giants 16 5 21 4. Baltimore 20 3 23 5. Cleveland 17 6 23 Chicago 18 8 26 7. Indianapolis 11 8 19 Kansas City 10 13 23 Carolina 10 11 21 10. Oakland 13 7 20 Pittsburgh 13 7 20 Green Bay 17 3 20

Most Consecutive Road Games Won, Franchise History: Consecutive Road Games Won 8 5 5 5

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TITANS SECOND IN SCORING DEFENSE
The Titans currently rank second in the NFL in scoring defense. They are allowing opponents an average of 14.6 points per game and have kept opponents to 17 points or less in 10 of 12 contests in 2008. The only teams to score more than 17 points on the Titans this season were the Indianapolis Colts (21) on Oct. 27 and the New York Jets (34) on Nov. 23. Tennessee’s all-time record for fewest points allowed per game in a season is 11.9, set in 2000. 2008 NFL leaders in scoring defense: Scoring Allowed ... Total Team TD XP FG 2pt Safe Pts 1. Pittsburgh Steelers 16 16 18 0 2 170 2. Tennessee Titans 20 19 12 0 0 175 3. Baltimore Ravens 20 19 17 0 0 190 4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19 18 22 1 0 200 5. New York Giants 23 21 15 1 0 206 6. Washington Redskins 24 22 18 1 0 222 7. Carolina Panthers 25 22 19 1 0 231 8. Atlanta Falcons 29 27 13 1 0 242 9. Cleveland Browns 29 28 15 0 0 247 10. Philadelphia Eagles 27 25 20 0 1 249 Per Game 14.2 14.6 15.8 16.7 17.2 18.5 19.3 20.2 20.6 20.8

Int 6 6 8 9 11 9 12 12 9 6 12 10

Giveaways Fum Tot 6 12 4 10 3 11 7 16 6 17 11 20 2 14 6 18 7 16 10 16 4 16 6 16

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TOP TEN DEFENSES
Through 12 games, the Titans are allowing their opponents an average of 281.8 net yards per game. That average is good enough to rank fifth in the NFL. The Titans are fourth in pass defense (184.6 per game) and 12th in rushing defense (97.2 per game). In 2007, the Titans had the NFL’s fifth-ranked defense, allowing their opponents an average of 291.6 yards per contest (92.4 rushing, 199.2 passing). Top ranked defenses in 2008: Total Yards Date Per Game 1. Pittsburgh 238.0 2. Baltimore 253.3 3. New York Giants 279.1 4. Tampa Bay 279.5 5. Tennessee 281.8 6. Washington 283.0 7. Philadelphia 286.2 8. Minnesota 293.0 9. Dallas 296.8 10. Arizona 313.0

Rush Yards Per Game 71.2 78.3 85.4 95.4 97.2 90.8 93.4 73.1 96.8 97.5

Pass Yards Per Game 166.8 175.1 193.7 184.1 184.6 192.2 192.8 219.9 200.0 215.5

OPPONENT SINGLE-GAME RUSHING
This season the Titans have recorded two of their top 10 games in the last 10 seasons in terms of opponent rushing totals. In their Week 1 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars (9/7), the Titans defense allowed only 33 rushing yards, the lowest rushing total allowed in the NFL on Kickoff Weekend. Also representing the fifth-fewest rushing yards by the Jaguars offense in team history, it was at the time the ninth-lowest total allowed in a game by the franchise in the Titans era (1999-present). Then, in Week 13 at Detroit (11/27), the Titans limited the Lions to 14 carries for 23 yards, which tied (9/21/03 vs. N.O.) for the second-lowest opponent total in the last 10 years. Since 1970, the Titans have allowed fewer than 23 rushing yards on only four occasions. Fewest rushing yards allowed in a game by the Titans, 1999-08: Date Opp Att Yds Avg Lg 1. 09/18/05 Bal 13 14 1.1 13 2. 11/27/08 Det 14 23 1.6 21 09/21/03 NO 15 23 1.5 11 4. 10/14/01 TB 17 24 1.4 9 10/01/00 NYG 12 24 2.0 13 6. 11/23/03 Atl 20 25 1.3 11 7. 12/29/02 Hou 22 28 1.3 7 8. 10/14/07 TB 15 30 2.0 10 9. 12/16/01 GB 15 31 2.1 14 10. 09/07/08 Jax 17 33 1.9 11

POINT DIFFERENTIAL
In building an 11-1 record in 2008, the Titans have outscored their opponents by 129 points, or 10.8 points per game. They have accumulated 304 points while allowing 175. Their point differential ranks second in the NFL behind the New York Giants. The Titans are tied for seventh in the NFL in scoring (25.3 points per game) and second in the league in opponent scoring (14.6). 2008 NFL leaders in point differential: Points Points Team Scored Allowed 1. New York Giants 352 206 2. Tennessee Titans 304 175 3. Baltimore Ravens 292 190 4. Pittsburgh Steelers 269 170 5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 280 200 6. New York Jets 340 268 7. Philadelphia Eagles 319 249 8. Atlanta Falcons 298 242 9. Carolina Panthers 285 231 10. Green Bay Packers 334 295 Dallas Cowboys 299 260 13

Point Differential 146 129 102 99 80 72 70 56 54 39 39

Per Game 12.2 10.8 8.5 8.3 6.7 6.0 5.8 4.7 4.5 3.3 3.3

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ALLOWING 17 OR FEWER POINTS
In 10 out of 12 games this season, the Titans have kept opponents to 17 points or less. Against the Indianapolis Colts on Oct. 27, the Titans’ ninegame streak in which they allowed 17 or fewer points was ended despite a 31-21 win. The Colts became the first team to score more than 17 points on the Titans since the Chargers tallied 23 points on Dec. 9, 2007. The Titans’ nine-game streak set a franchise record. Only once before in franchise history did such a streak reached seven games – 1961. There have been two additional occasions in which they did not allow more than 17 points in six consecutive games (1993 and 2000). Additionally, the 2008 Titans set another defensive benchmark. They became the first squad in team history to hold their opponents under 20 points in each of their first four games of the season. The streak likewise ended on Oct. 27 against the Colts at six games. Most consecutive regular season games allowing 17 or fewer points, franchise history: Game by Opponents with Season(s) 17 or Fewer Points 1. 2007-08 9 2. 1961 7 3. 2000 6 1993 6 5. 2003 5 The last team to allow 17 or fewer points in 9-plus consecutive games was the Cleveland Browns, spanning the 1994-95 seasons. Since the 1980 season, the Titans tied for the second-longest streak allowing 17 or fewer points, one game behind the 1990-91 San Francisco 49ers. Longest NFL streaks allowing 17 or fewer points since the start of the 1980 season: Team 1. San Francisco 49ers 2. Tennessee Titans Cleveland Browns New England Patriots Chicago Bears Year(s) 1990-91 2007-2008 1994-95 1993 1991 Games 10 9 9 9 9

3RD DOWN DEFENSE IN FISHER ERA
A defensive trademark of Jeff Fisher’s clubs has been success on third down. Since the start of the 1995 season, his first full season as head coach, his defense is second in the NFL in opponents’ third down success rate at 35.6 percent. In 2008, the Titans are allowing a 32.5 percent conversion rate on third down, ranking second in the league. Best defenses on third down, 1995-08: Team Opponents’ 3rd Down Pct. 1. Philadelphia Eagles 35.4 2. Tennessee Titans 35.6 3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 35.7 4. Baltimore Ravens 35.8 5. Green Bay Packers 35.8

TIME OF POSSESSION
Winning the time-of-possession battle is a staple of Jeff Fisher clubs. Since the start of the 1999 season, the Titans have successfully controlled the ball for longer than their opponents in 101 of 156 regular season games (64.7 percent). When they do so, they win more than two-thirds of their games. They are 69-32 (.683) in regular season games when they win time of possession versus 26-29 (.473) when they do not during that time span. From the start of the 1995 season through the end of the 2007 season, the Titans ranked third in the NFL in average time of possession at 31:39. They trailed only the Pittsburgh Steelers (31:57) and Denver Broncos (31:41). In 2008, the Titans rank 19th in the NFL with a 29:50 average time of possession. Tennessee’s average time of possession and NFL rank, 1995-08: Season 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 Avg. TOP (Rank) 32:12 (2) 33:02 (3) 31:27 (7) 31:41 (9) 31:30 (8) 33:47 (1) 31:29 (5) Season 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Avg. TOP (Rank) 32:47 (1t) 32:52 (2t) 31:40 (5) 31:13 (9) 27:17 (32) 31:38 (4) 29:50 (19)

SACK PROTECTION
The Titans offensive line -- tackles Michael Roos and David Stewart, guards Eugene Amano and Jake Scott, and center Kevin Mawae -- has largely kept opposing defensive players out of the backfield in 2008. Through 11 games of their 2008 schedule, the Titans have allowed their opponents a total of eight sacks, which is tied with the Denver Broncos’ total for first in the NFL. At one point this season they went five games without allowing a single sack (9/21 vs. Houston through 10/27 vs. Indianapolis). The Titans rank third in the league in sacks per pass play (2.3 percent). Sacks became an official NFL statistic in 1982. Since that time, the lowest sack total the Titans have enjoyed was 21 in 2002. Prior to 1982, the lowest total given up by the Titans in a 16-game season (since 1978) was 17 sacks in 1978. Fewest sacks allowed in the NFL in 2008: Sacks Team Allowed Yards 1. Denver Broncos 8 52 Tennessee Titans 8 53 3. New Orleans Saints 10 67 4. Indianapolis Colts 12 79 5. Atlanta Falcons 13 80 6. Cleveland Browns 15 96 New York Giants 15 101 8. Carolina Panthers 18 116 Dallas Cowboys 18 121 Philadelphia Eagles 18 117

STOPPING THE RUN
The Titans have been the fourth best team in the NFL in defending the run since the start of the 1995 season, Jeff Fisher’s first full year as a head coach. Their opponents have averaged just 99.8 rushing yards per game in that period of time. Fewest rushing yards per game by opponents, 1995-08: Team Opponents’ rush yards/game 1. Pittsburgh Steelers 91.1 2. Baltimore Ravens 92.7 3. San Diego Chargers 98.9 4. Tennessee Titans 99.8 5. San Francisco 49ers 103.7 When the Titans do not allow an individual 100-yard rusher, their chances of success increase dramatically. Since the start of the 1995 season, the Titans have allowed 38 100-yard rushing performances by an opponent. In those games, they are 9-29 (.237). In games they do not allow a 100-yard rusher, they are 116-66 (.637). The Titans have had the most success stopping the run at home. The Titans have only allowed 10 100-yard rushers (Edgerrin James, Larry Johnson, Fred Taylor, Domanick Davis, Shaun Alexander, Julius Jones, Wali Lundy, Maurice Jones-Drew, LaDainian Tomlinson and Steve Slaton) in 78 regular season games at LP Field (1999-08).

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RUSHING SINCE 1995
Running the football has long been a staple of Jeff Fisher clubs. Since the start of the 1995 season, his first full season as head coach, the Titans have ranked consistently in the NFL’s Top 10 in rushing yards per game. Most rushing yards per game from 1995-08: Team 1. Denver Broncos 2. Pittsburgh Steelers 3. Kansas City Chiefs 4. Jacksonville Jaguars 5. Minnesota Vikings 6. Tennessee Titans 7. Atlanta Falcons 8. San Francisco 49ers 9. New York Giants 10. Washington Redskins Att 6,762 7,135 6,423 6,367 6,048 6,648 6,144 6,145 6,400 6,394 Yds 30,462 29,412 27,288 27,015 27,087 26,645 26,572 26,472 26,280 26,151 Avg 4.5 4.1 4.2 4.2 4.5 4.0 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.1 TD 230 212 249 223 191 197 176 195 183 192 Yds/ Gm 138.5 133.7 124.0 123.4 123.1 121.1 120.8 120.3 119.5 118.9

MAINTAINING A ROAD LEAD
The Titans own a 50-2 road record in the Fisher era when the team has the lead going into the fourth quarter, which puts Fisher behind only Vince Lombardi for the best record of all-time. All-time head coaches with the best ROAD records with a lead going into the fourth quarter (minimum 25 road games with lead going into fourth quarter): Head Coach 1. Vince Lombardi 2. Jeff Fisher 3. John Madden W-L-T 38-1-1 50-2-0 34-1-4 Pct. .974 .962 .958

Note: Tie games were not computed in winning percentage from 1920-1971. Since 1972, tie games have been computed in winning percentage counting as a half-win and half-loss.

TITANS ROAD RUSHING
One of the keys to Tennessee’s consistency in the running game is the team’s ability to perform on the road. The team has proven under Jeff Fisher it has the ability to do so even in the most hostile environments. Since Fisher took over as the team’s head coach in 1995, the Titans are third in the NFL in rushing yards per road contest, averaging 125.0 rushing yards per game. Six of Tennessee’s top 10 road rushing games in the Fisher era have occured since the start of the 2006 season. Average rushing yards per road game, 1995-08: Avg. per road game 133.8 126.7 125.0 121.9 119.2 118.9 118.6 118.6 118.6 115.6

FRANCHISE RUSHING RECORD
In Week 7 at Kansas City, the Titans set a new franchise single-game rushing record with 332 rushing yards. They tallied 40 carries as a unit and scored four touchdowns on the ground. Running back Chris Johnson led the squad with 168 yards and one touchdown on 18 carries, followed by LenDale White’s 149 yards and three touchdowns on 17 carries. Adding to the total were running back Quinton Ganther (11 yards), fullback Ahmard Hall (six yards) and quarterback Kerry Collins (minus-two yards). White capped his day with an 80-yard touchdown run, tying for the thirdlongest run in franchise history. He was the first Titans rusher to score three touchdowns in a game since Eddie George at Cleveland on Dec. 17, 2000. The club’s rushing output eclipsed the team’s previous record of 296 rushing yards, also set against the Chiefs on Nov. 27, 1977. The total also was the most rushing yards put up by a road team since the L.A. Raiders rushed for 356 yards at Seattle on Nov. 30, 1987. Later in 2008, the Titans rushed for 292 yards in a game at Detroit, giving the team two of its top three all-time rushing performances in one season and three of the top four totals since the start of 2007. Below is a list of the top team rushing efforts in franchise history: Date 1. 10/19/08 2. 11/27/77 3. 11/27/08 4. 9/9/07 5. 12/3/67 6. 9/23/62 7. 9/18/60 12/10/61 9. 11/20/78 Opp at KC KC at Det at Jax Mia at SD LA at NY Mia W/L W W W W W W W W W Att 40 40 46 49 49 42 50 35 42 Yds 332 296 292 282 279 277 266 266 265 Avg 8.3 7.4 6.3 5.8 5.7 6.6 5.3 7.6 6.3 TD 4 2 4 1 2 3 5 3 4

Team 1. Denver Broncos 2. Pittsburgh Steelers 3. Tennessee Titans 4. Jacksonville Jaguars 5. New York Giants 6. Atlanta Falcons 7. Dallas Cowboys 8. Minnesota Vikings 9. San Francisco 49ers 10. Kansas City Chiefs

SUCCESS ON THE ROAD
The Titans currently own an eight-game winning streak in regular season road games. They finished the 2007 season with road wins at Kansas City and Indianapolis and have started their 2008 road schedule with wins at Cincinnati, Baltimore, Kansas City, Chicago, Jacksonville and Detroit. The Titans also won road games in 2007 at Jacksonville, New Orleans and Houston to earn a 5-3 record on the road during the season. It was their highest win total on the road since accruing a 5-3 record as visitors in 2003. In 11 of the last 14 full seasons, including 2008, the Titans have recorded a .500 or better record on the road. The Titans own the second-best road record in the NFL since the start of the 1995 season, the first full season under Fisher. Since that time, the franchise has gone on to win 61 out of their 110 games on the road (.555). NFL’s best records in road games since 1995, Jeff Fisher’s first full season as head coach: Team New England Patriots Tennessee Titans Indianapolis Colts Pittsburgh Steelers Green Bay Packers W 64 61 61 60 58 L 45 49 50 50 52 T 0 0 0 0 0 Pct. .587 .555 .550 .545 .527

RED ZONE EFFICIENCY
The Titans are ranked third in the NFL in red zone efficiency. They have scored 25 touchdowns in 38 trips inside their opponents’ 20-yard line. However, they are the NFL’s top team in overall scoring percentage inside the 20, capitalizing on 36 of 38 chances (94.7 percent). Running back LenDale White has led the way. He has scored 12 of his 13 touchdowns this season on carries of six or fewer yards. NFL red zone efficiency leaders in 2008 (ranked by touchdown pct.): Team 1. Indianapolis 2. Detroit 3. Tennessee 4. Dallas 5. Miami 6. Pittsburgh 7. Carolina 8. Green Bay 9. Arizona 10. Denver Poss 34 21 38 34 34 37 36 36 55 41 Pts 186 108 209 166 178 195 188 192 266 202 TD 23 14 25 22 22 23 22 22 33 24 TD% 67.6 66.7 65.8 64.7 64.7 62.2 61.1 61.1 60.0 58.5 FG 8 4 11 4 8 12 11 12 13 11 Score 31 18 36 26 30 35 33 34 46 35 Score% 91.2 85.7 94.7 76.5 88.2 94.6 91.7 94.4 83.6 85.4

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TITANS & TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL
In 2008, the Titans rank first in the NFL with a plus-13 turnover ratio, having recorded 25 takeaways and 12 turnovers. Since 1995, the Titans have had an even turnover ratio or better in nine of 13 full seasons. In that time, the Titans have not finished below .500 in any of the five seasons with a positive turnover differential. Titans turnovers and takeaways since 1995: Season Takeaways 1995 (7-9) 38 1996 (8-8) 26 1997 (8-8) 32 1998 (8-8) 19 1999 (13-3) 40 2000 (13-3) 30 2001 (7-9) 24 2002 (11-5) 29 2003 (12-4) 34 2004 (5-11) 30 2005 (4-12) 20 2006 (8-8) 28 2007 (10-6) 34 2008 (11-1) 25 Turnovers 38 30 26 19 21 30 28 25 21 31 26 26 34 12 Differential 0 -4 +6 0 +19 0 -4 +4 +13 -1 -6 +2 0 +13

TITANS AND THE AFC SOUTH
The Titans enter this week’s game with a three-game lead in the AFC South and a chance to clinch the division crown. They are 4-0 within the division thus far in 2008, having defeated every team in the division at least once. The Titans began the season with an opening-day win over the division rival Jacksonville Jaguars. In Week 3, they defeated the Houston Texans, and in Week 8, they outlasted the Indianapolis Colts. Their first road game within the division came in Week 11, and they defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars. Since the start of the 2006 season, the Titans now have a division-best record of 12-4 against teams from the AFC South. They were 4-2 in both 2006 and 2007. 2008 Regular Season AFC South Standings:

Team Tennessee Indianapolis Jacksonville* Houston*

W 11 8 4 4

L 1 4 7 7

Pct 0.917 0.667 0.364 0.364

vs. Div. 4-0 2-2 2-2 0-4

Last 3 Years (’06-08) vs. Division 12-4 10-6 6-10 4-12

* Does not include Monday night results from Dec. 1

Within individual games, the Titans’ forturnes have turned dramatically upon forcing turnovers. In the last five seasons (2004-08), the Titans have not lost a game in which they had a plus-two or greater turnover margin. Record by turnover differential in Titans games since 2004: Turnover Record In Last Five Seasons Differential 2004 2005 2006 2007 -4 or more . . . .0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 -3 . . . . . . . .0-0 0-1 0-2 1-0 -2 . . . . . . . .0-3 0-1 1-3 1-3 -1 . . . . . . . .0-3 0-4 0-1 2-2 0 . . . . . . . .1-3 1-3 2-0 1-0 +1 . . . . . . . .1-1 2-2 0-2 1-1 +2 . . . . . . . .2-0 0-0 3-0 1-0 +3 . . . . . . . .0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 +4 or more . . . .1-0 0-0 2-0 2-0 Five-Year Totals 0-2 1-3 2-10 2-10 9-6 7-7 9-0 3-0 5-0

2008 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-0 3-1 3-0 1-0 0-0

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JEFF FISHER’S DIVISIONAL RECORD
In nine of his first 14 full seasons as Titans head coach, including 2008, Jeff Fisher has led the team to a winning record within the division. The 2006 season marked a return to the team’s divisional success after a pair of down years in 2004 and 2005. The Titans matched their 2006 divisional record with a 4-2 record in 2007. From 1998-2003, the Titans were above .500 in the division for five of six seasons. Below is a year-by-year list of Jeff Fisher’s divisional records. The team played in the AFC Central during his tenure from 1994-01 and in the newlycreated AFC South from 2002-present.

TITANS PLAY IT CLOSE
Playing in tightly-contested games is not a recent phenomenon to the Titans. Fisher’s clubs have played a minimum of five games decided by seven points or less in each of his 13 full seasons as head coach, including 2007, when the club was 6-3 in games decided by seven points or less and 2-2 in games decided by three points or less. In 2008, the Titans are 4-0 in games decided by seven points or less and 2-0 in games decided by three points or less. Win-loss records by the Titans in close games since 1995 (regular season): Final Score is by . . . Year 1 pt 3 or fewer 7 or fewer 2008 0-0 2-0 4-0 2007 0-0 2-2 6-3 2006 1-2 4-3 7-4 2005 0-0 1-1 1-4 2004 0-0 1-2 2-3 2003 0-0 2-1 4-1 2002 0-1 2-2 4-2 2001 0-0 3-2 5-4 2000 0-1 2-1 4-3 1999 2-0 5-1 7-1 1998 0-0 2-2 3-4 1997 0-0 1-3 2-4 1996 0-2 2-3 3-5 1995 0-1 0-2 1-7 Totals 3-7 29-25 53-45 16

Titans year-by-year record within their division under Head Coach Jeff Fisher (AFC Central, 1994-01; AFC South, 2002-08): Season 1994* 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Totals Divisional Record 0-1 3-5 5-3 2-6 7-1 9-1 8-2 3-7 6-0 4-2 1-5 2-4 4-2 4-2 4-0 62-41 (.602)

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SACKS AT LP FIELD
The Titans have been one of the league’s most successful home teams in getting to opposing quarterbacks since LP Field opened in 1999. That season also was the first season the Titans defensive line was coached by Jim Washburn. In that time, they rank second in the NFL behind only the Baltimore Ravens (227) with 218 sacks in home contests. The Titans have totaled 20 sacks in their six games at LP Field this season. They tallied seven sacks in the opener against Jacksonville, three in Week 3 against Houston, four in Week 4 against Minnesota, four in Week 9 against Green Bay and two in Week 12 against the New York Jets. Most sacks in homes games since LP Field opened in 1999: Sacks in Team Home Games 1. Baltimore Ravens 227 2. Tennessee Titans 218 3. Miami Dolphins 215 4. Philadelphia Eagles 207 5. Seattle Seahawks 205 6. New York Giants 201 7. Indianapolis Colts 199 8. St. Louis Rams 198 9. Atlanta Falcons 197 Minnesota Vikings 197 Pittsburgh Steelers 197

FEWEST ROAD MILES IN 2008
While the 2008 Titans schedule ranks among the 10 most difficult in the NFL in terms of opponents’ 2007 winning percentage, the Titans are scheduled to have the third-lightest travel schedule in the NFL this year. Including the preseason and regular season, the Titans will travel a total of 8,508 miles to road games in 2008. That trails only the Cleveland Browns (6,416 miles) and Pittsburgh Steelers (7,288) for the least amont of travel among the 32 NFL clubs. By comparison, Seattle travels the most in 2008, trekking 34,766 miles. Miles traveled by NFL teams in 2008 (air, rail and ground miles during preseason and regular season): Team (Top 5) 1. Seattle Seahawks 2. Oakland Raiders 3. San Diego 4. San Francisco 5. New England Miles 34,766 34,218 33,403 31,530 29,024 Team (Bottom 5) 28. Chicago Bears 29. Cincinnati Bengals 30. Tennessee Titans 31. Pittsburgh Steelers 32. Cleveland Browns Miles 10,476 8,564 8,508 7,288 6,416

PRO BOWL BALLOTING UNDERWAY
Fans can now vote to select players for the 2009 NFL Pro Bowl presented by State Farm. Voting is available on NFL.com/probowl and on web-enabled mobile phones by going to NFL.com. Balloting for the Pro Bowl will conclude on Tuesday, Dec. 9. The teams will be announced Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 3 p.m. CT on NFL Network. The 2009 NFL Pro Bowl will be televised on NBC from Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Sunday, Feb. 8. The AFC and NFC All-Star squads are based on the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group’s vote counts one-third towards determining the 43-man rosters that represent the American Football Conference and National Football Conference in the Pro Bowl. NFL players and coaches will cast their votes on Dec. 11-12. The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its all-star teams. It was the first professional sports league to offer online all-star voting in 1995. There are 10 members of the Titans that have been selected to one or more Pro Bowls in previous seasons. They are listed below. Current Titans with previous Pro Bowl selections: Player Rob Bironas Keith Bulluck Kerry Collins Alge Crumpler Albert Haynesworth Craig Hentrich Jevon Kearse Kevin Mawae Kyle Vanden Bosch Vince Young Pos K LB QB TE DT P DE C DE QB Seasons 2007 2003 1996 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 2007 1998, 2003 1999, 2000, 2001 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 2005, 2007 2006

100 SELLOUTS AND COUNTING
The Nov. 2 game against the Green Bay Packers marked the Titans’ 100th consecutive sellout at LP Field. Since the stadium opened in 1999, the Titans have played 20 preseason games, 78 regular season games and three playoff contests at LP Field, all of which were sold out. In the regular season, the Titans are 50-28 (.641) at LP Field. They are 2-1 (.667) in the postseason and 13-7 (.650) in the preseason. The Titans at LP Field (1999-present): Games Preseason Regular Season Postseason Total 20 78 3 Record 13-7 50-28 2-1 Pct. .650 .641 .667

PLAYING THE NFC
With their win at Detroit on Nov. 27, the Titans completed a season sweep of the NFC North. On Sept. 28, they won 30-17 at home against the Minnesota Vikings, and on Nov. 2 they defeated the Green Bay Packers 1916 in overtime. They traveled to Chicago on Nov. 9 and earned a 21-14 victory and concluded their games against the NFC North with a 47-10 victory over the Lions. Since the NFL realigned its divisions in 2002, the Titans have a 19-9 record against the NFC. With one exception, they have gone .500 against the NFC in every campaign since 2002 (1-3 in 2005). Jeff Fisher’s all-time regular season record against the NFC is 37-25, including a 19-12 mark at home and 18-13 record on the road. Tennessee’s results vs. current NFC divisions since 2002 realignment: Year 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 Total 17 vs. Division NFC North NFC South NFC East NFC West NFC North NFC South NFC East Record 4-0 3-1 3-1 1-3 2-2 4-0 2-2 19-9

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TITANS NAME FIVE CAPTAINS
Prior to their Week 1 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Titans voted on five captains for the 2008 season. The five players to receive the honor were quarterback Vince Young, center Kevin Mawae, defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch, linebacker Keith Bulluck and punter Craig Hentrich. It was the second consecutive season for each of the players to be named captain. This is the second year of the NFL’s renewed emphasis on seasonlong team captains on offense, defense and special teams through the team captain leadership program, which was created in 2007 by the league and the NFL’s Player Advisory Council. Elected captains wear a “C” on the upper right chest of their jerseys. Their role is to serve as a link between players, coaches and management to help foster cohesion within teams. 2008 Titans Team Captains: QB Vince Young (second year as offensive captain, third NFL season) C Kevin Mawae (second year as offensive captain, 15th NFL season) LB Keith Bulluck (second year as defensive captain, ninth NFL season) DE Kyle Vanden Bosch (second year as defensive captain, eighth NFL season) P Craig Hentrich (second year as special teams captain, 15th NFL season)

TITANS BY THE NUMBERS

5
Tackles needed by linebacker Keith Bulluck to give him seven consecutive seasons with 100 or more tackles

47
Points scored last week at Detroit, the most by the Titans since scoring 48 at Green Bay on Oct. 11, 2004

8
Current streak of consecutive regular season road games won by the Titans, which is a franchise record

13
Franchise record winning streak by the Titans broken Nov. 23 with a loss to the Jets

11
Teams since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger, including the 2008 Titans, that have started a season with a 10-0 record

129
More points the Titans have scored in 2008 than their opponents, which ranks second in the NFL

TITANS HONOR ROLL
Honors received by the Titans in 2008: HEAD COACH JEFF FISHER Motorola NFL Coach of the Week - Week 8 (vs. Indianapolis) Midseason Coach of the Year (Pro Football Weekly; Chicago Tribune - Pompei; Sportsline.com - Judge; Sporting News - Breer and Iyer; ESPN.com/Scouts Inc.; NBC.com - Curran; Foxsports.com - Schrager; Scripps/Rocky Mountain News - Legwold) LB KEITH BULLUCK AFC Special Teams Player of the Week - Week 2 (at Cincinnati) CB CORTLAND FINNEGAN AFC Defensive Player of the Week - Week 1 (vs. Jacksonville) Midseason All-Pro Team (Pro Football Weekly) DT ALBERT HAYNESWORTH AFC Defensive Player of the Month - September Midseason Defensive MVP/Player of the Year (SI.com - Banks; Sportsline.com - Judge; Sporting News - Breer, Dillon, Greenberg and Iyer; ESPN.com/Scouts Inc.; Scripps/Rocky Mountain News - Legwold) Midseason All-Pro Team (Pro Football Weekly) P CRAIG HENTRICH AFC Special Teams Player of the Week - Week 10 (at Chicago) S CHRIS HOPE AFC Defensive Player of the Week - Week 8 (vs. Indianapolis) RB CHRIS JOHNSON Diet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week - Week 7 (at Kansas City); Week 9 (vs. Green Bay) NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month - September Midseason Rookie of the Year (Chicago Tribune - Pompei; Sporting News - Dillon and Iyer; Scripps/Rocky Mountain News - Legwold) Midseason All-Rookie Team (USA Today - Zucker; NFL.com - Brandt) T MICHAEL ROOS Midseason All-Pro Team (Pro Football Weekly) LB DAVID THORNTON Titans Walter Payton Man of the Year

131
Career wins by Jeff Fisher, who earlier this season surpassed Mike Ditka for 22nd place in NFL history among head coaches

10
Seasons, including 2008, in which Jeff Fisher’s clubs have compiled a .500 or better record

14.6
Points allowed by the Titans per game in 2008, ranked second in the NFL

+13
Titans turnover ratio in 2008, which is the highest margin in the NFL

1,185
Yards from scrimmage in 2008 by rookie running back Chris Johnson, who ranks second in the AFC

36,842
Career passing yards by Kerry Collins, who became the 15th player in NFL history to reach 35,000 in Week 3

8
Sacks allowed by the Titans in 2008, which is tied for the lowest total in the NFL

8.5
Career-high sacks recorded in 2008 by Albert Haynesworth, who leads the team and is tied for first in the NFL among defensive tackles

13
Touchdowns in 2008 by Titans running back LenDale White, who is tied for first in the NFL

5
Interceptions in 2008 by Cortland Finnegan, who is tied for second in the NFL

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TITANS OFFENSIVE LINE PRODUCTION
Hall of Fame offensive lineman Mike Munchak began coaching the team’s offensive line in 1997. Since that time, the unit has consistently been ranked in the top 10 in fewest sacks allowed, net rushing yards and average rushing yards. In only one season (2001) since Munchak took over as offensive line coach have the Titans not finished the season ranked in the top 10 in any of the three categories. This year’s starters on the offensive line are left LT Michael Roos LG Eugene Amano C Kevin Mawae RG Jake Scott RT David Stewart tackle Michael Roos, left guard Eugene Amano, NFL's fourth all-time leading rusher. center Kevin Mawae, right guard Jake Scott and right tackle David StewThe Titans turned to free agency to fill their right guard spot in 2008, art. Among the starters, only Scott is new to the group in 2008. signing Jake Scott from the Indianapolis Colts. Scott started 55 consecutive In 2007, the same offensive linemen that started the majority of the games from 2005-07 to end his career with the Colts. games were the primary starters the previous season in 2006 (Roos, Jacob Amano has been an important contributor since his rookie year in 2004, Bell, Mawae, Benji Olson and Stewart). It was the first time in Munchak’s backing up all three interior line positions. The former seventh-round pick retenure that the same offensive line carried over from one season to the next. ceived a contract extension in 2007 and is now in his first season as a fullThe line helped the team generate the fifth best rushing offense in the time starter. NFL at 131.8 yards per game during 2007. They helped running back The starters on the outside are Roos and Stewart, bookend tackles LenDale White register his first career 1,000-yard season (1,110) in his secwho both were drafted in 2005 and received contract extensions during the ond NFL season. The Titans also finished 14th in the league with 30 allowed 2008 offseason. Roos, a former second-round pick from Eastern Washingsacks. ton, started 15 games as a rookie at right tackle and every game since then During the 2006 offseason, the Titans signed Mawae, a six-time Pro on the left side. Stewart, a former fourth-rounder, has not missed a start since Bowler, as an unrestricted free agent. Mawae spent the previous eight seaentering the lineup in 2006. sons with the New York Jets after playing his first four seasons with the SeatThe chart below details the team’s regular starters on the offensive line tle Seahawks. With White reaching the 1,000-yard mark in 2007, Mawae since 1997, the year Munchak took the reigns as the team’s offensive line now has blocked for a 1,000-yard rusher in 11 of his 14 NFL seasons. Durcoach, and the results the line helped produce. ing his Jets career, the 6-foot-4, 289-pound center helped Jets running backs to 44 100-yard games and paved the way for Curtis Martin to become the Offensive line starters and production since 1997, Mike Munchak’s first season as offensive line coach: Sacked (Rank) 8 (T-1) 30 (14) 29 (T-10) 31 (T-10) 44 (T-23) 25 (T-6) 21 (2) 43 (21) 27 (4) 25 (3) 35 (T-10) 32 (T-5) Rush Yds (Rank) 138.7/gm (6) 2,109 (5) 2,214 (5) 1,525 (23) 1,871 (14) 1,623 (26) 1,952 (11) 1,794 (12) 2,084 (7) 1,811 (13) 1,970 (9) 2,414 (3) Rush Avg (Rank) 4.2 (14) 3.9 (21) 4.7 (7) 3.8 (20) 4.5 (7) 3.3 (31) 3.8 (26) 3.8 (23) 3.8 (24) 3.9 (17) 2,414 (3) 4.5 (4)

Year 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

LT M. Roos M. Roos M. Roos B. Hopkins B. Hopkins B. Hopkins B. Hopkins B. Hopkins B. Hopkins B. Hopkins B. Hopkins B. Hopkins

LG E. Amano J. Bell J. Bell Z. Piller J. Bell Z. Piller Z. Piller Z. Piller B. Matthews B. Matthews B. Matthews B. Matthews

C K. Mawae K. Mawae K. Mawae J. Hartwig J. Hartwig J. Hartwig G. DiNapoli B. Matthews K. Long K. Long M. Stepnoski M. Stepnoski

RG J. Scott B. Olson B. Olson B. Olson B. Olson B. Olson B. Olson B. Olson B. Olson B. Olson J. Layman K. Donnalley

RT D. Stewart D. Stewart D. Stewart M. Roos F. Miller F. Miller F. Miller F. Miller F. Miller J. Runyan J. Runyan J. Runyan

MAWAE LEADS O-LINEMEN
Six-time Pro Bowl center Kevin Mawae is in his 15th NFL season and third campaign with the Titans. He joined the Titans as an unrestricted free agent in 2006 after four seasons to begin his career with the Seattle Seahawks (1994-97) and then eight seasons with New York Jets (1998-05). Mawae is highly ranked among current NFL players in games played. Among current Tennessee Titans, he trails only punter Craig Hentrich for most NFL games played. Among all current NFL offensive linemen, Mawae ranks first in total number of regular season games played. Most career regular season games by active NFL offensive linemen: Current Career Pos./Name Team Games 1. C Kevin Mawae Tennessee 221 2. T Wayne Gandy Atlanta 217 3. G Chris Gray* Seattle 208 4. T Jon Runyan Philadelphia 198 5. C Andy McCollum Detroit 195 6. C Tom Nalen* Denver 194 7. T Fred Miller* Chicago 192 8. T Willie Anderson Baltimore 190 * Currently on team’s injured reserve list 19
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QB KERRY COLLINS
Fourteen-year veteran quarterback Kerry Collins is in his third season with the Titans. During the 2007 regular season, Collins appeared in six games with one start. He totaled 82 passing attempts, 50 completions for 531 yards and did not pass for a touchdown or an interception. Prior to joining the Titans, Collins played 11 previous seasons with the Carolina Panthers (1995-98), New Orleans Saints (1998), New York Giants (1999-03) and Oakland Raiders (2004-05). He has led his teams to the playoffs three times as a starter, including an appearance in the NFC Championship Game following the 1996 season with the Panthers and a Super Bowl appearance following the 2000 season with the Giants. In his 2000 campaign with the Giants, he reached 3,000 passing yards for the first time in his career and the first of six consecutive seasons reaching the mark. In 2002, while still with the Giants, he enjoyed the most prolific season by a quarterback in franchise history. He set a team record, was first in the NFC and was fourth in the NFL with 4,073 passing yards, surpassing Phil Simms’ 1984 team record of 4,044 yards. Collins was originally selected by the Panthers out of Penn State with the fifth overall pick in the 1995 NFL Draft. He was named to his first Pro Bowl following the 1996 season. At Cincinnati (9/14), recorded his 150th career start and his first since Oct. 21, 2007. He led the team to a 24-7 victory in a game with wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour. He completed 14 of 21 passes for 128 yards and one touchdown (98.9 rating), delivering an 11-yard touchdown pass to Justin Gage. In the game, he surpassed Jim Everett (34,837 yards) for 15th place on the NFL’s all-time passing yards list. Against Jacksonville (9/7), Collins came off the bench for an injured Vince Young (knee) and completed each of two pass attempts for 65 yards, including a 44-yard pass to Bo Scaife. His passing attempts came on what would be the game-winning drive in the fourth quarter.

COLLINS CRACKS TOP 15
In Week 2 at Cincinnati, Titans quarterback Kerry Collins moved past Jim Everett (34,837 yards) for 15th place on the NFL’s all-time passing yards list. In Week 7 at Kansas City, he surpassed Jim Kelly (35,467) for 14th place on the list. Additionally, Collins now ranks 10th in NFL history in career attempts and 11th in completions. NFL’s all-time passing yards leaders: Career Pass Player Yds 1. Brett Favre 64,363 2. Dan Marino 61,361 3. John Elway 51,475 4. Warren Moon 49,325 5. Fran Tarkenton 47,003 6. Vinny Testaverde 46,233 7. Drew Bledsoe 44,611 8. Peyton Manning 44,574 9. Dan Fouts 43,040 10. Joe Montana 40,551 Career Pass Yds 40,239 38,147 37,920 36,842 35,467 34,837 34,665 34,241 33,503 33,462

Collins’ 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), he completed 11 of 18 passes for 127 yards. In the second quarter, he recorded his 3,106th career completion to pass Dave Krieg (3,105 completions) for 11th place in NFL history. Against the New York Jets (11/23), he completed 21 of 39 passes for 243 yards and one touchdown. He threw a six-yard strike to fullback Ahmard Hall for Hall’s first career touchdown. At Jacksonville (11/16), he completed three touchdown passes for the 21st time in his NFL career and his first since playing for the Oakland Raiders on Dec. 31, 2005 against the New York Giants. His game totals inCOLLINS 3RD IN ACTIVE PASSING YDS cluded 23 attempts, 13 completions, 230 yards, three touchdowns and one Among active NFL quarterbacks, Titans quarterback Kerry Collins interception for a passer rating of 112.3. In the second half, he helped erase ranks third in career passing yards behind only Brett Favre and Peyton a 14-3 deficit with touchdown passes of 13 yards to Brandon Jones, 56 Manning. yards to Justin Gage and 38 yards to Gage. At Chicago (11/9), he attempted 41 passes and set personal highs in Passing yards leaders among active NFL quarterbacks: a Titans uniform in completions (30), yards (289), touchdowns (two) and passer rating (108.7). At one point, he completed 12 consecutive passes Player Att Cmp Pct. Yds TD Int from the second quarter to the third quarter. His touchdown passes were 1. Brett Favre 9,148 5,645 61.7 64,363 462 302 10 yards to Bo Scaife and 12 yards to Justin Gage. He won his ninth con2. Peyton Manning 5,850 3,749 64.1 44,574 325 165 secutive game as a starter for the Titans. 3. Kerry Collins 5,582 3,110 55.7 36,842 183 176 Against Green Bay (11/2), he helped lead the Titans to a 19-16 over4. Mark Brunell 4,594 2,738 59.6 31,826 182 106 time win. The team’s drive in overtime was the 29th time in his career he 5. Brad Johnson 4,326 2,668 61.7 29,054 166 122 led his team to a game-winning score in the fourth quarter or overtime. He 6. Trent Green 3,740 2,266 60.6 28,475 162 114 completed 18 of 37 passes for 180 yards and also rushed for eight yards and 7. Donovan McNabb 4,171 2,451 58.8 28,434 189 89 a first down. Against Indianapolis (10/27), he completed 24 of 37 passes for 193 yards and no interceptions. He did not take a sack for the fifth consecutive game. Trailing 14-6 in the second half, he led the team COLLINS’ CAREER RECORD WHEN ... on four consecutive scoring drives to pull away with a 31-21 victory. At Kansas City (10/19), he completed 11 of 18 passes for 123 Career Career Overall yards and no interceptions. In the first quarter, he passed Jim Kelly When Collins ... 2008 Reg Season Playoffs Career th (35,467 career passing yards) for 14 place on the NFL’s all-time Starts at quarterback 10-1 77-83 3-3 80-86 passing yards list with a 10-yard pass to tight end Alge Crumpler. Starts vs. division opponents 3-0 34-37 1-0 35-37 At Baltimore (10/5), he rallied the Titans from a 10-3 deficit in Passes for 300 or more yards 0-0 13-17 1-1 14-18 the fourth quarter for a 13-10 victory. He completed 17 of 32 passes Completes one or more TD passes 5-1 56-51 2-2 59-52 for 163 yards and one touchdown. With 1:56 on the clock, he found Alge Crumpler for the game-winning 11-yard touchdown strike, capCompletes two or more TD passes 2-0 28-21 2-1 30-22 ping an 80-yard drive in which he was six-of-10 for 62 yards. Completes three or more TD passes 1-0 12-9 1-1 13-10 Against Minnesota (9/28), he completed 18 of 35 attempts for Starts and passes for no interceptions 7-1 41-19 1-0 42-19 199 yards with no interceptions in a 30-17 victory. Has a passer rating of 80.0 or greater 5-1 45-21 2-1 47-22 Against Houston (9/21), became the 15th player in NFL history Has a passer rating of 90.0 or greater 3-0 33-11 1-1 34-12 to reach 35,000 passing yards in a 31-12 victory. He completed 13 Has a passer rating of 100.0 or greater 2-0 23-5 1-1 24-6 of 25 passes for one touchdown, a nine-yard pass to Bo Scaife. He also rushed for 30 yards on three attempts, tying for the third-highest rushing total of his career and his most since Nov. 29, 1998 (at Miami).

Player 11. Johnny Unitas 12. Dave Krieg 13. Boomer Esiason 14. Kerry Collins 15. Jim Kelly 16. Jim Everett 17. Jim Hart 18. Steve DeBerg 19. John Hadl 20. Phil Simms

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Collins’ Career Regular Season Statistics: Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Totals Team Car Car Car Car/NO NYG NYG NYG NYG NYG Oak Oak Ten Ten Ten GP 15 13 13 11 10 16 16 16 13 14 15 4 6 12 174 GS 13 12 13 11 7 16 16 16 13 13 15 3 1 11 160 Att 433 364 381 353 331 529 568 545 500 513 565 90 82 328 5,582 Cmp 214 204 200 170 190 311 327 335 284 289 302 42 50 192 3,110 Pct 49.4 56.0 52.5 48.2 57.4 58.8 57.6 61.5 56.8 56.3 53.5 46.7 61.0 58.5 55.7 Passing Yds Yd/Att 2,717 6.3 2,454 6.7 2,124 5.6 2,213 6.3 2,318 7.0 3,610 6.8 3,764 6.6 4,073 7.5 3,110 6.2 3,495 6.8 3,759 6.7 549 6.1 531 6.5 2,125 6.5 36,842 6.6 TD 14 14 11 12 8 22 19 19 13 21 20 1 0 9 183 TD% 3.2 3.8 2.9 3.4 2.4 4.2 3.3 3.5 2.6 4.1 3.5 1.1 0.0 2.7 3.3 Int 19 9 21 15 11 13 16 14 16 20 12 6 0 4 176 Int% 4.4 2.5 5.5 4.2 3.3 2.5 2.8 2.6 3.2 3.9 2.1 6.7 0.0 1.2 3.2 Lg 89t 55 59t 89t 80t 59 74 82t 77t 63 79 36 46 56t 89t Sack Lost 24 150 18 114 27 200 31 191 16 112 28 243 36 206 24 152 28 164 25 144 39 261 4 23 5 42 7 50 312 2,052 Rate 61.9 79.4 55.7 62.0 73.3 83.1 77.1 85.4 70.7 74.8 77.3 42.3 79.9 81.9 73.8

Collins’ Game-by-Game Statistics vs. Cleveland Browns: Date Opp Res Att Cmp Pct Yds 11/05/00 @Cle W 31 19 61.3 257 12/18/05 Cle L 30 14 46.7 132 Totals 2/2 1-1 61 33 54.1 389

Yd/Att 8.29 4.40 6.38

TD 3 1 4

TD% 9.7 3.3 6.6

Int 0 1 1

Int% 0.0 3.3 1.6

Lg 32t 28t 32t

Sack 2 3 5

Lost Rate 36 120.0 19 56.5 55 88.8

KERRY COLLINS’ GAME-WINNING PERFORMANCES
In his 14-year NFL career, quarterback Kerry Collins has engineered 29 career game-winning performances in the fourth quarter or overtime. Of those performances, 16 have occured with the winning score happening in overtime or with less than two minutes to play in the fourth quarter. As a member of the Titans, Collins has engineered game-winning drives on five occasions: at Houston (10/21/07), at Indianapolis (12/30/07),at Baltimore (10/5/08), against Indianapolis (10/27/08) and against Green Bay (11/2/08). Nine of Collins’ last 11 game-winning performances have come on the road. Games in which Collins has led his team to victory after a fourth-quarter deficit or tie:
Date/Opp. 11/2/08 vs. Green Bay 10/27/08 vs. Indianapolis 10/5/08 at Baltimore 12/30/07 at Indianapolis 10/21/07 at Houston 11/20/05 at Washington 11/28/04 at Denver 11/7/04 at Carolina 11/2/03 at N.Y. Jets 10/26/03 at Minnesota 9/21/03 at Washington 12/28/02 vs. Philadelphia 11/17/02 vs. Washington 11/10/02 at Minnesota 10/6/02 at Dallas 9/22/02 vs. Seattle 12/23/01 vs. Seattle 12/15/01 vs. Arizona 11/4/01 vs. Dallas 10/7/01 vs. Washington 12/23/00 vs. Jacksonville 12/17/00 at Dallas 10/15/00 vs. Dallas 12/12/99 at Buffalo 10/3/99 vs. Philadelphia 9/8/96 at New Orleans 12/17/95 vs. Atlanta 12/3/95 vs. Indianapolis 10/29/95 at New England Score with Time Remaining In Regulation 16-16 5:30 14-14 15:00 3-10 15:00 10-10 15:00 35-36 0:57 10-13 15:00 13-17 14:26 24-24 2:25 28-28 0:29 16-17 15:00 21-21 0:13 0-7 15:00 16-17 15:00 19-20 8:36 14-17 10:52 3-6 15:00 17-24 15:00 10-13 4:04 14-24 15:00 9-9 15:00 7-10 15:00 7-13 15:00 13-14 15:00 16-17 9:34 13-15 12:37 16-17 15:00 14-17 15:00 10-10 15:00 17-17 0:52 Att 6 6 12 9 4 12 18 2 10 9 4 10 4 7 7 7 17 9 9 5 8 2 5 14 10 5 4 11 9 Collins’ Statistics* Cmp Yds TD 10 67 0 10 55 0 7 72 1 7 74 0 2 63 0 9 128 0 12 190 2 2 31 0 6 85 0 4 92 1 3 50 0 8 75 1 2 17 0 6 72 0 5 57 1 6 88 0 11 104 1 6 56 1 8 92 1 3 31 1 5 148 2 0 0 0 4 23 0 6 60 0 5 85 0 5 61 0 1 89 1 2 30 0 5 71 0 INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rating 80.0 75.0 103.5 100.9 95.8 109.0 99.1 118.8 87.5 118.8 116.7 131.3 61.5 109.5 135.1 118.8 101.1 120.6 146.3 77.9 145.8 39.6 85.8 55.7 79.2 117.5 118.8 39.6 81.3 Go-Ahead Scoring Play 41-yard FG by Rob Bironas 48-yard FG by Rob Bironas 11-yard TD pass from Kerry Collins to Alge Crumpler 54-yard FG by Rob Bironas 29-yard FG by Rob Bironas 19-yard FG by Sebastian Janikowski 5-yard TD pass from Kerry Collins to Jerry Porter 19-yard FG by Sebastian Janikowski 29-yard FG by Brett Conway 2-yard TD run by Tiki Barber 29-yard FG by Matt Bryant 39-yard FG by Matt Bryant 19-yard FG by Matt Bryant 8-yard TD run by Tiki Barber 17-yard TD pass from Kerry Collins to Marcellus Rivers 47-yard FG by Matt Bryant 7-yard TD pass from Kerry Collins to Ike Hilliard 4-yard TD pass from Kerry Collins to Amani Toomer 42-yard FG by Morten Anderson 1-yard TDpass from Kerry Collins to Daniel Campbell 5-yard TD pass from Kerry Collins to Ike Hilliard 13-yard TD run by Tiki Barber 3-yard TD run by Ron Dayne 48-yard FG by Cary Blanchard 23-yard FG by Brad Daluiso 23-yard FG by John Kasay 89-yard TD pass from Kerry Collins to Willie Green 38-yard FG by John Kasay 29-yard FG by John Kasay Final Score 19-16 OT 31-21 13-10 16-10 38-36 16-13 25-24 27-24 31-28 OT 29-17 24-21 OT 10-7 OT 19-17 27-20 21-17 9-6 27-24 17-13 27-24 OT 23-9 28-25 17-13 19-14 19-17 16-15 22-20 21-17 13-10 20-17 OT

* - Statistics are from the time noted until the end of the game.

Underline - Game-winning score came in overtime or with less than two minutes to play in the fourth quarter.

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KERRY COLLINS’ TOUCHDOWN TARGETS
Against the New York Jets (11/23), Ahmard Hall became the 42nd different player on the receiving end of a Kerry Collins touchdown pass. Collins has completed touchdown passes this season to Hall, Bo Scaife, Alge Crumpler, Brandon Jones and Justin Gage. In a 14-year career with the Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders and Titans, Collins has passed for 36,715 yards and 183 touchdowns in the regular season. The player with the most touchdown receptions from Collins is Giants wide receiver Amani Toomer, who caught 28 touchdown passes from Collins in the regular season and four in the postseason. Gage has connected with Collins four times for touchdowns, the highest number among current Titans. Recipients of Kerry Collins’ regular season touchdown passes: Player Amani Toomer Ike Hilliard Jerry Porter Wesley Walls Mark Carrier Randy Moss Willie Green Dan Campbell Ronald Curry Courtney Anderson Ron Dixon Doug Gabriel Joe Jurevicius Muhsin Muhammad Jeremy Shockey Justin Gage TDs 28 23 13 12 9 8 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Player Tiki Barber Rae Carruth Raghib Ismail Marcellus Rivers Bo Scaife Charles Stackhouse Cam Cleeland Scott Greene Howard Griffith Teyo Johnson Doug Jolley LaMont Jordan Pete Metzelaars Pete Mitchell Brian Alford Don Beebe TDs 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 Player Bob Christian Greg Comella Aaron Craver Alge Crumpler Eric Guliford Ahmard Hall Andre Hastings Anthony Johnson Brandon Jones Alvis Whitted Regular Season Total TDs 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 183 Collins’ playoff touchdowns: Player TDs Amani Toomer 4 Ike Hilliard 2 Greg Comella 1 Willie Green 1 Howard Griffith 1 Joe Jurevicius 1 Jeremy Shockey 1 Wesley Walls 1 Playoff Total 12

QUARTERBACK VINCE YOUNG
Titans quarterback Vince Young is in his third searookie quarterback since the merger. At the conclusion of the season, he son since being drafted by the Titans with the third overwas named the Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and beall selection in the 2006 NFL Draft. The former Texas came the first rookie quarterback since Marino (1983) to make a Pro Bowl Longhorn has 29 NFL regular season starts under his roster. belt and has a record of 18-11 in those games. His career totals include 761 pass attempts, 434 completions, Young’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), completed his only pass for 54 yards. 4,855 yards and 22 touchdowns. Additionally, he has Did not play at Baltimore (10/5), at Kansas City (10/19), against Inrecorded 951 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns on the dianapolis (10/27), against Green Bay (11/2), at Chicago (11/9), at Jackground during his career. sonville (11/16) and against the New York Jets (11/23). As a team captain in 2007, he totaled 238 completions on 382 attempts, Inactive with a left knee injury at Cincinnati (9/14), against Houston 2,546 passing yards and nine touchdown passes. He improved his comple(9/21), and against Minnesota (9/28). tion percentage from 51.5 as a rookie to 62.3 in 2007. Additionally, he Against Jacksonville (9/7), he completed 12 of 22 passes for 110 rushed 93 times for 395 yards and three touchdowns. His rushing yardage yards and one touchdown before leaving the game in the fourth quarter with total ranked first in the NFL among quarterbacks. a left knee injury. He passed for a seven-yard touchdown to Chris Johnson Young’s 9-6 record as a starter in 2007 helped the team garner its first in the second quarter. playoff berth since 2003. In becoming a first-time playoff quarterback, he achieved a few historic benchmarks. As the ninth different franchise quarterback to start a playoff game, he became the youngest of the group at 24 years and 233 days old. Of the 53 NFL quarterbacks YOUNG’S CAREER RECORD WHEN ... drafted in the first round between 1983 and 2006, Young became 2007 just the 11th from the group to direct his team to the playoffs in his When Young ... 2006 2007 Post 2008 Career first or second season. He joined Dan Marino, John Elway, Jim Starts at quarterback 8-5 9-6 0-1 1-0 18-12 Everett, Drew Bledsoe, Peyton Manning, Daunte Culpepper, Starts vs. division opponents 4-2 3-2 0-0 1-0 8-4 Donovan McNabb, Michael Vick, Ben Roethlisbeger and Eli Passes for 300 or more yards 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 Manning. Out of a group of eight first-round quarterbacks selected since 2005, Young and Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell beCompletes one or more TD passes 6-3 3-3 0-0 1-0 10-6 came the first to lead their teams to the playoffs. Completes two or more TD passes 3-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 6-0 In 2006, the 6-foot-5, 233-pound signal caller set virtually every Completes three or more TD passes 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 rookie passing record for the franchise, including passing totals of Passes for one TD and runs for another 3-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-1 2,199 yards and 12 touchdowns. Additionally, he gained 552 yards Passes for two TDs and runs for another 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 on the ground, becoming the first quarterback in the Super Bowl era Runs for at least one TD 4-3 2-1 0-0 0-0 6-4 (1966-present) to rush for 500 yards as a rookie. He scored seven Runs for at least two TDs 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 rushing touchdowns, also a first for a rookie quarterback in the Super Starts and passes for no interceptions 6-0 3-1 0-0 0-0 9-1 Bowl era. His eight wins as a starter marked the fifth-highest total by a rookie quarterback since 1970 NFL-AFL merger, and he diHas a passer rating of 90.0 or greater 2-0 4-1 0-0 0-0 6-1 rected a six-game winning streak that was the third-longest by a Has a passer rating of 100.0 or greater 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 4-0

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Young’s Career Regular Season Statistics: Passing Year GP GS Att Cmp Pct Yds Yd/Att 2006 15 13 357 184 51.5 2,199 6.2 2007 15 15 382 238 62.3 2,546 6.7 2008 2 1 23 13 56.5 164 7.1 Totals 32 29 762 435 57.1 4,909 6.4 Young’s Game-by-Game Statistics vs. Cleveland Browns: Passing Date Opp Res Att Cmp Pct Yds Yd/Att (none) Totals 0/0 0-0 0 0 0 Rushing Yds Avg 552 6.7 395 4.2 2 0.7 949 5.3

TD TD% 12 3.4 9 2.4 1 4.3 22 2.9

Int Int% 13 3.6 17 4.5 2 8.7 32 4.2

Lg Sack Lost Rate 53 25 129 66.7 73 25 157 71.1 54 1 3 57.2 73 51 289 68.6

Att 83 93 3 179

Lg 39t 21 4 39t

TD 7 3 0 10

TD TD% 0 -

Int Int% 0 -

Lg Sack Lost Rate 0 0 -

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RB LENDALE WHITE
Running back LenDale White is in his third pro season. In 2007, he started every game and led the Titans with 1,110 yards and seven touchdowns on 303 rushing attempts. He added 20 receptions for 114 yards. In reaching the 1,000-yard rushing mark, he became the 10th different player in team history to accomplish the feat. Those 10 players have produced a total of 20 1,000-yard seasons, including a 1,000-yard rusher in 10 of the team’s 13 full seasons under Head Coach Jeff Fisher. The former second-round draft pick from USC ranked eighth in the AFC in rushing yards and fourth in the conference with 303 carries in 2007. White’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), gained 106 yards on 23 carries and scored two touchdowns. With six- and two-yard touchdown runs, he moved into a tie for third place for most rushing touchdowns scored in a season in franchise history, matching Earl Campbell’s 13 touchdown runs in both 1978 and 1980. With his seventh 100-yard game, he and Chris Johnson (125) each topped 100 yards for the second time in 2008 (10/19 at K.C.) and the seventh time in team history. At Jacksonville (11/16), rushed for 52 yards on 14 carries. At Chicago (11/9), scored his 11th touchdown of the season, giving the Titans a 21-7 lead in the fourth quarter with a two-yard scoring run. He totaled 14 yards on 10 carries and one reception for six yards in the game. Against Green Bay (11/2), rushed for 77 yards on eight carries, including a long of 54 yards that helped set up a Titans touchdown in the second quarter. It was the second-longest carry of his career. Against Indianapolis (10/27), recorded his third multiple-touchdown game of the season, scoring on a pair of one-yard touchdown runs in the second half. He totaled 13 yards on 10 carries in the game. At Kansas City (10/19), had a career rushing day, setting career highs with 149 yards and three touchdowns on 17 carries. In his sixth career game with 100 or more rushing yards, he helped the team set its all-time singlegame rushing record with 332 total yards on the ground. He scored on carries of six yards in the first quarter and two yards in the second quarter. In the fourth quarter, he rumbled 80 yards for a touchdown, tying for the third-

longest run in franchise history and the longest since Larry Moriarty’s 80yarder on Sept. 11, 1983. It is the longest touchdown run in the NFL through seven weeks of the 2008 season. White became the first Titans running back since Eddie George in 2000 (12/17) to record three rushing touchdowns in the same game. Against Minnesota (9/28), scored his fifth touchdown of the season on a one-yard carry in the second quarter. With a touchdown run in his fourth consecutive game, he tied four other players (Earl Campbell, Alonzo Highsmith, Gary Brown and Eddie George) for the second longest streak in franchise history. White’s totals in the game included 11 carries for 13 yards. Against Houston (9/21), recorded a career high with two rushing touchdowns, scoring on two-yard and one-yard carries. He totaled 16 attempts in the game for 49 yards. At Cincinnati (9/14), totaled 59 yards on 18 rushing attempts, including a one-yard touchdown run. It was his ninth career touchdown and second touchdown in as many games. Against Jacksonville (9/7), scored his eighth career touchdown on a one-yard run in the fourth quarter. The touchdown was the game-clinching score in a 17-10 win. He totaled 40 yards on 15 carries. White’s Career Regular Season Statistics: GP GS Att Yds Avg Lg TD 2006 13 0 61 244 4.0 26 0 2007 16 16 303 1,110 3.7 28 7 2008 12 1 146 575 3.9 80t 13 Totals 41 17 510 1929 3.8 80t 20

Rec Yds Avg 14 60 4.3 20 114 5.7 4 14 3.5 38 188 4.9

Lg TD 13 0 15 0 7 0 15 0

White’s Career Game-by-Game Statistics vs. Cleveland Browns: Date Res Att Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TD (none) Totals 0/0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LenDale White’s career 100-yard games: Date 10/19/08 10/28/07 12/9/07 11/27/08 10/21/07 12/23/07 11/4/07 Opp at Kansas City Oakland San Diego at Detroit at Houston N.Y. Jets Carolina Att. 17 25 30 23 27 23 31 Yds. 149 133 113 106 104 103 100 Avg. 8.8 5.3 3.8 4.6 3.9 4.5 3.2 Lg 80t 27 25 25 28 14 12 TD 3 0 1 2 1 0 1

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NFL SCORING LEADERS
Titans running back LenDale White has scored 13 rushing touchdowns this season, giving him 78 total points. Among non-kickers, White’s scoring total is tied for second in the NFL with two other players. He is tied for first place in total touchdowns. 2008 NFL leading scorers among non-kickers: Player, Team TD 1. Williams, Car. (RB) 13 2. Jones, NY-J (RB) 13 Turner, Atl. (RB) 13 White, Ten. (RB) 13 5. Jacobs, NY-G (RB) 12 Westbrook, Phi. (RB) 12 7. Boldin, Ariz (WR) 11 Jones-Drew, Jac. (RB) 11 9. Brown, Mia. (RB) 10 Forte, Chi. (RB) 10 Rush 11 11 13 13 12 8 0 11 10 6 Rec 2 2 0 0 0 4 11 0 0 4 Ret 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-pt 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pts 80 78 78 78 72 72 66 66 60 60

CONSEC. GAMES WITH RUSHING TD
Titans running back LenDale White scored at least one touchdown in the team’s first four games this season. He tied for the second-longest rushing touchdown streak in team history. Earl Campbell (1981), Alonzo Highsmith (1989), Gary Brown (1993) and Eddie George (2000) all previously rushed for a touchdown in four consecutive games. Campbell holds the team record with five consecutive games in 1979. Most consecutive games with a rushing touchdown, franchise history: Consec. Games With Rush TD 5 4 4 4 4 4

Player 1. Earl Campbell 2. Earl Campbell Alonzo Highsmith Gary Brown Eddie George LenDale White

Year(s) 1979 1981 1989 1993 2000 2008

GAMES WITH TWO 100-YARD RUSHERS
When the Titans set a team rushing record with 332 yards at Kansas City on Oct. 19, they had two players record 100-yard games for the first time since 1977 and only the sixth time in franchise history. Chris Johnson led the way with 168 yards on 18 carries, while LenDale White carried 17 times for 149 yards. Then, on Nov. 27 at Detroit, they duplicated the feat when Johnson gained 125 yards on 16 carries and White posted 106 yards on 23 attempts. Only once before (Woody Campbell and Hoyle Granger in 1967) had two franchise players recorded dual 100-yard games on two separate occasions. The last duo to accomplish the feat once during a season was Rob Carpenter (149 yards) and Ronnie Coleman (101) against the Chiefs on Nov. 27, 1977. Games with more than one 100-yard rusher, franchise history:

FRANCHISE 1,000-YARD BACKS
In 2007, running back LenDale White eclipsed 1,000 rushing yards for the first time in his career. In doing so, he became the 10th different player in team history to accomplish the feat. Those 10 players have produced a total of 20 1,000-yard seasons. The Titans now have had a 1,000-yard rusher in 10 of the team’s 13 full seasons under Head Coach Jeff Fisher. Only Earl Campbell and Eddie George have recorded multiple 1,000yard seasons for the franchise. In the last five full seasons, the Titans have had four different running backs record 1,000-yard seasons: George (2003), Chris Brown (2004), Travis Henry (2006) and White (2007). All-time Titans/Oilers 1,000-yard running backs: Player Charles Tolar Hoyle Granger Earl Campbell Mike Rozier Lorenzo White Gary Brown Eddie George Chris Brown Travis Henry LenDale White Season(s) 1962 1967 1978-81, 83 1988 1992 1993 1996-00, 02-03 2004 2006 2007

Date/Opp. 11/27/08 at Det. 10/19/08 at K.C. 11/27/77 vs. K.C. 9/28/75 vs. S.D. 12/3/67 vs. Mia. 11/12/67 at Den. 12/15/62 at NY

Players (att-yds) Chris Johnson (16-125) and LenDale White (23-106) Chris Johnson (18-168) and LenDale White (17-149) Rob Carpenter (14-149) and Ronnie Coleman (15-101) Ronnie Coleman (16-112) and Don Hardeman (27-107) Woody Campbell (18-141) and Hoyle Granger (25-111) Woody Campbell (16-101) and Hoyle Granger (22-142) Billy Cannon (9-103) and Charlie Tolar (29-107)

ROOKIE RB CHRIS JOHNSON
Running back Chris Johnson was chosen with the 24th overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft. In his career at East Carolina University, he rushed for 2,982 yards and recorded an additional 1,296 receiving yards. At the NFL Scouting Combine in February 2008, he posted the fastest 40-yard dash of any prospect with a time of 4.24 seconds. Chris Johnson’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), totaled 125 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries. He scored on carries of six yards and 58 yards in the first quarter for his second career multi-touchdown game. The 58yarder was the second-longest run of his career (66 at K.C., 10/19/08). With a 14-yard carry in the second quarter, he reached the 100-yard mark for the third time in his career. Johnson passed Rodney Thomas (947 rushing yards in 1995) for third place in franchise history among rookie rushers. Against the New York Jets (11/23), he led the team with 46 rushing yards on 10 carries and added 15 yards on three receptions. With a 24-yard carry in the second quarter, he became the seventh player in franchise history to reach 1,000 scrimmage yards in his rookie season and the first since Eddie George (1,550) in 1996. The other rookies to previously accomplish the feat were Earl Campbell (1,498), Bill Groman (1,473), Sid Blanks (1,253), Ernest Givins (1,210) and Rodney Thomas (1,151).

LONGEST RUNS IN TEAM HISTORY
LenDale White rumbled 80 yards for a touchdown on Oct. 19 at Kansas City. The touchdown -- his third of the game -- qualified for the thirdlongest touchdown run in franchise history. Among long runs overall, he tied with Larry Moriary (9/11/83 at L.A. Raiders) with the third-longest run in club history behind only Sid Blanks (91 yard-touchdown run vs. N.Y. Jets on 12/13/64) and Earl Campbell (81-yard touchdown run vs. Miami on 11/20/78). Longest rushing attempts in franchise history: Player 1. Sid Blanks 2. Earl Campbell 3. LenDale White Larry Moriarty 5. Rob Carpenter Date 12/13/64 11/20/78 10/19/08 9/11/83 11/27/77 Opp N.Y. Jets Miami at Kansas City at L.A. Raiders Kansas City Rush 91t 81t 80t 80 77

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At Jacksonville (11/16), led the team with 64 yards on 17 rushing attempts and added 24 yards on four receptions. At Chicago (11/9), totaled eight yards on 14 carries and 15 yards on two receptions. Against Green Bay (11/2), led the team with 89 yards on 24 carries, including a three-yard touchdown run in the second quarter of the team’s overtime victory. He also led the club with six receptions for 72 yards, giving him 161 yards from scrimmage in the game. Johnson was named Diet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week. Against Indianapolis (10/27), led the team with 77 yards on 19 carries, including a 16-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter that sealed a 31-21 victory. At Kansas City (10/19), led the team with 168 yards on 18 carries and scored on a 66-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. In his second career game with 100 or more rushing yards, he helped the team set its all-time single-game rushing record with 332 total yards on the ground. His 168 yards accounted for the 20th-highest total in team history and the secondhighest rushing total by a franchise rookie, trailing only Earl Campbell’s 199 yards against Miami on Nov. 20, 1978. Johnson was named Diet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week. At Baltimore (10/5), led the team with 44 yards on 18 carries and added two receptions for four yards. Named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month for September 2008. In the first four games of his career, he totaled 402 yards from scrimmage and 337 rushing yards. He crossed the goal line three times in September, including two rushing touchdowns and one receiving touchdown. Against Minnesota (9/28), recorded the first and second rushing touchdown of his career. He led the team with 61 yards on 17 rushing attempts (long of nine) and added three receptions for 14 yards. He scored on a one-yard run in the first quarter and added a six-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Against Houston (9/21), led the team with 74 yards on 16 rushing attempts (long of 14) and added two receptions for five yards. At Cincinnati (9/14), recorded his first career 100-yard rushing effort in his second NFL game, totaling 109 yards on 19 carries (5.7 avg.). His 51yard run late in the second quarter led to a touchdown and tied for the team’s third-longest run since 1999. He additionally had two receptions for 12 yards. Against Jacksonville (9/7), started in NFL debut and totaled 15 carries for a game-high 93 yards. He added 34 yards and a touchdown on three receptions. His 93 rushing yards were the most by a Titans rookie on opening day since Earl Campbell’s 137 yards in the 1978 opener (9/3/78 at Atlanta). He scored his first NFL touchdown on a seven-yard pass from Vince Young. Johnson’s 2008/Career Regular Season Statistics: GP GS Att Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg 2008 12 11 203 958 4.7 66t 7 35 227 6.5

JOHNSON SECOND IN AFC IN RUSHING
Titans rookie running back Chris Johnson currently ranks second in the AFC to Thomas Jones and sixth in the NFL with 958 rushing yards. Johnson ranks second in the NFL among all NFL rookies (Matt Forte). LenDale White ranks 10th in the AFC with 575 rushing yards. 2008 AFC rushing leaders: Player, Team 1. Jones, NY-J 2. *C. Johnson, Ten. 3. Lynch, Buf. 4. Tomlinson, S.D. 5. Lewis, Cle. 6. *Slaton, Hou. 7. Brown, Mia. 8. L. Johnson, K.C. 9. Fargas, Oak. 10. White, Ten. * Rookie Att 233 203 205 217 219 159 169 143 163 146 Yds 1088 958 844 794 793 774 690 657 629 575 Avg 4.7 4.7 4.1 3.7 3.6 4.9 4.1 4.6 3.9 3.9 Lg 59t 66t 50 41t 29 71t 62t 65 42 80t TD 11 7 7 6 4 6 10 4 1 13

AFC SCRIMMAGE YARDS LEADERS
Titans rookie running back Chris Johnson currently ranks second in the AFC (eighth in NFL) with 1,185 total yards from scrimmage. He has 958 rushing yards and an additional 227 receiving yards. 2008 AFC Leaders in Yards From Scrimmage: Total Yds 1249 1185 1165 1127 1071 972 954 938 912 896 Touches (Att+Rec) 260 238 261 248 81 191 237 74 50 158 Rush Yards 1088 958 794 844 0 774 793 -4 22 503 Rec Yards 161 227 371 283 1071 198 161 942 890 393

Player 1. Jones, NY-J (RB) 2. *C. Johnson, Ten. (RB) 3. Tomlinson, S.D. (RB) 4. Lynch, Buf. (RB) 5. A. Johnson, Hou. (WR) 6. *Slaton, Hou. (RB) 7. Lewis, Cle. (RB) 8. Marshall, Den. (WR) 9. Evans, Buf. (WR) 10. Jones-Drew, Jac. (RB) * Rookie

Lg TD 25 1

1,000 SCRIMMAGE YARDS
On Nov. 23 against the New York Jets, Titans running back Chris Johnson became the seventh rookie in the franchise’s 49-year history to reach 1,000 scrimmage yards and the first since Eddie George in 1996. George, who was named the Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year, became the team’s all-time rookie record holder with 1,550 scrimmage yards, which included 1,368 rushing yards and 182 receiving yards. Franchise rookies to reach 1,000 yards from scrimmage: Rookie Player (Pos) Season 1. Eddie George (RB) 1996 2. Earl Campbell (RB) 1978 3. Bill Groman (WR) 1960 4. Sid Blanks (RB) 1964 5. Ernest Givins (WR) 1986 6. Chris Johnson (RB) 2008 7. Rodney Thomas (RB) 1995 Rush Yds 1,368 1,450 0 756 148 958 947 Rec Yds 182 48 1,473 497 1,062 227 204 Yds From Scrimmage 1,550 1,498 1,473 1,253 1,210 1,185 1,151

ROOKIE RUSHING GAMES
With 168 rushing yards at Kansas City on Oct. 19, running back Chris Johnson recorded the second-highest rushing total by a rookie in franchise history. His single-game total trails only Earl Campbell’s 199 yards in a Monday night game against Miami on Nov. 20, 1978. Most rushing yards in a single game by a Titans/Oilers rookie: Date Opponent Rookie Yards 1. 11/20/78 vs. Miami Earl Campbell 199 2. 10/19/08 at Kansas City Chris Johnson 168 3. 12/23/67 at Miami Hoyle Granger 160 4. 10/6/96 at Cincinnati Eddie George 152 5. 11/27/77 vs. Kansas City Rob Carpenter 149

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FRANCHISE ROOKIE RUSHING
Running back Chris Johnson leads the Titans and ranks second in the AFC with 958 rushing yards this season. He ranks second among all rookie rushers in the NFL. Johnson now has cracked the franchise’s top five list in rushing yards by a rookie with four games remaining. He currently is ranked third in team annals behind Earl Campbell, who set the team rookie rushing record with 1,450 yards in 1978, and Eddie George, who accumulated 1,368 rushing yards in 1996. Most rushing yards by a Titans/Oilers rookie: Player 1. Earl Campbell 2. Eddie George 3. Chris Johnson 4. Rodney Thomas 5. Sid Blanks 6. Rob Carpenter 7. Don Hardeman 8. Billy Cannon 9. Dave Smith 10. Vince Young Season* 1978 1996 2008 1995 1964 1977 1975 1960 1960 2006 Yards 1,450 1,368 958 947 756 652 648 644 643 552 with 1:56 remaining in the contest. For the game, he totaled two receptions for 15 yards, both on the clinching drive. Against Houston (9/21), recorded two receptions for 26 yards. At Cincinnati (9/14), caught two passes for 16 yards. Against Jacksonville (9/7), made his Titans debut and recorded one reception for four yards. Crumpler’s Career Regular Season Statistics: Team GP GS Rec Yds Avg 2001 Atl 16 12 25 330 13.2 2002 Atl 16 9 36 455 12.6 2003 Atl 16 16 44 552 12.5 2004 Atl 14 14 48 774 16.1 2005 Atl 16 16 65 877 13.5 2006 Atl 16 16 56 780 13.9 2007 Atl 14 10 42 444 10.6 2008 Ten 12 12 20 207 10.4 Career 120 105 336 4,419 13.2

Lg 57t 33 63 49t 48 46 55t 28 63

TD 3 5 3 6 5 8 5 1 36

Crumpler’s Career Game-by-Game Statistics vs. Cleveland Browns: Date Opp Res Rec Yds Avg Lg TD 12/29/02 @Cle L 2 34 17.0 18 0 11/12/06 Cle L 4 37 9.3 14 0 Totals 2/2 0-2 6 71 11.8 18 0

* 14-game seasons from 1960-77; 16 games in all other seasons listed

CRUMPLER FIRST IN AVG. PER REC.
Among active NFL tight ends, Titans tight end Alge Crumpler ranks first in average yards per reception (minimum 200 receptions). He has a 13.2-yard average, leading names such as Antonio Gates, Dallas Clark and Tony Gonzalez. Highest Average Yards Per Reception Among Active Tight Ends (minimum 200 career receptions): Player 1. Alge Crumpler 2. Antonio Gates 3. Marcus Pollard 4. Dallas Clark 5. Tony Gonzalez 6. Jason Witten 7. Desmond Clark 8. Todd Heap 9. Kellen Winslow 10. Jeremy Shockey Rec 336 386 349 226 893 406 293 366 219 410 Yds 4,419 4,896 4,280 2,747 10,688 4,692 3,371 4,173 2,459 4,599 Avg 13.2 12.7 12.3 12.2 12.0 11.6 11.5 11.4 11.2 11.2 Lg 63 72t 86t 80t 73t 53 52 48 49 59 TD 36 49 40 28 72 24 24 30 11 27

FIRST DOWN LEADERS
Titans rookie running back Chris Johnson is seventh in the AFC and tied for 15th in the NFL with 50 total first downs. 2008 AFC leaders in first downs: Rush Pass Total 1st Downs 1st Downs 1st Downs 53 9 62 44 13 57 0 55 55 38 17 55 33 18 51 0 50 50 41 9 50 0 49 49 38 9 47 0 47 47

Player 1. Jones, NY-J (RB) 2. Lynch, Buf. (RB) 3. A. Johnson, Hou. (WR) Tomlinson, S.D. (RB) 5. Jones-Drew, Jac. (RB) 6. Gonzalez, K.C. (TE) *C. Johnson, Ten. (RB) 8. D. Mason, Bal. (WR) 9. Brown, Mia. (RB) Wayne, Ind. (WR) * Rookie

TE BO SCAIFE
Tight end Bo Scaife is in his fourth season with the Titans. The former sixth-round draft choice from the University of Texas led the team’s tight ends in receiving in each of the past two seasons. In 2007, he set a career high with 46 receptions for 421 yards, ranking eighth in the AFC (14th in NFL) in receptions among tight ends. Scaife’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), recorded one reception for eight yards as a member of an offense that posted 456 total yards. Against the New York Jets (11/23), totaled three receptions for 40 yards. His 15-yard reception in the fourth quarter gave him 47 receptions in 2008, exceeding his previous career high of 46 receptions in 2007. At Jacksonville (11/16), recorded two receptions for 28 yards. At Chicago (11/9), set a new career high with 10 receptions in a 21-14 victory. His totals included 78 yards and a 10-yard touchdown catch to tie the game at 7-7 in the second quarter. He recorded seven receptions for 53 yards and a score in the first half. His final reception for 10 yards gave the Titans a first down at the two-minute warning and allowed them to kneel to end the game. Against Green Bay (11/2), posted four receptions for 26 yards. Against Indianapolis (10/27), led the team with five receptions for 44 yards, including a long of 16 yards.

TE ALGE CRUMPLER
Tight end Alge Crumpler is in his first season with the Titans and eighth NFL campaign. The four-time Pro Bowler signed with the Titans as a free agent during the 2008 offseason after spending his first seven years with the Atlanta Falcons. In Atlanta, he became the franchise’s all-time leader among tight ends in career receptions (316) and career touchdown receptions (35). Crumpler’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), recorded two receptions for 22 yards as a member of an offense that posted 456 total yards. At Chicago (11/9), totaled three receptions for 35 yards, including a long of 20. Against Indianapolis (10/27), recorded his 100th career start and totaled four receptions for 35 yards. At Kansas City (10/19), posted two receptions for 38 yards, including a 28-yard catch that was his longest in six games with the team. At Baltimore (10/5), scored his first touchdown in a Titans uniform with an 11-yard reception from Kerry Collins that was the game-winning score 26

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WR JUSTIN GAGE
Wide receiver Justin Gage is in his second season with the Titans and sixth season in the NFL. He was added to the roster as an unrestricted free agent in 2007 and responded with career-best production. Gage, who was a fifth-round draft choice in 2003 and spent the first four seasons of his career with the Chicago Bears, led the Titans in 2007 with a careerhigh 750 receiving yards. His 55 receptions also set a career high and tied for the team lead. Of Gage’s 55 catches in 2007, 45 of them -- 81.8 percent -- resulted in first downs. That gave him for the third best percentage in the NFL among qualifying players (minimum two receptions per team game). He ranked just behind Terrell Owens (85.2 percent) and Brandon Stokley (85.0) and just ahead of Santonio Holmes (80.8) and Chad Johnson (79.6). Gage’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), registered two catches for 40 yards as a member of an offense that accumulated 456 yards. Against the New York Jets (11/23), posted one reception for 37 yards. At Jacksonville (11/16), had a career day, recording four receptions for 147 yards and two touchdowns. His yardage and touchdown totals both set career highs. On the first play from scrimmage, he caught a 47-yard pass from Kerry Collins. In the third quarter, he gave the Titans a 17-14 lead with a 56-yard touchdown reception. In the fourth quarter, he provided the final score of the game with a 38-yard touchdown catch. The 56- and 47-yard receptions rank third and fourth in his career. His 147 yards were the most by a Titans player since Drew Bennett’s 160 yards at Oakland on Dec. 19, 2004. At Chicago (11/9), totaled four receptions for 47 yards and a touchdown in his first game at Soldier Field since leaving the Bears as a free agent after the 2006 season. He hauled in a 12-yard touchdown pass from Kerry Collins to give the Titans a 14-7 lead in the third quarter. Against Indianapolis (10/27), returned from a knee injury to post one reception for six yards. At Baltimore (10/5) and at Kansas City (10/19), he was inactive with a knee injury. Against Minnesota (9/28), he led the team with five receptions for 92 yards, including catches of 28 and 25 yards. His yardage total was the fourth highest of his career. Against Houston (9/21), he was inactive with a groin injury. At Cincinnati (9/14), led the team with five receptions for 59 yards, including an 11-yard touchdown reception from Kerry Collins with 38 seconds remaining in the first half. It was his seventh career touchdown reception. Against Jacksonville (9/7), posted two receptions for 25 yards. Gage’s Career Regular Season Statistics: Team GP GS Rec Yds Avg 2003 Chi 10 3 17 338 19.9 2004 Chi 16 2 12 156 13.0 2005 Chi 15 11 31 346 11.2 2006 Chi 8 0 4 68 17.0 2007 Ten 16 8 55 750 13.6 2008 Ten 9 8 24 453 18.9 Totals 74 32 143 2,111 14.8

At Kansas City (10/19), led the team with three receptions for 48 yards, including a long of 26 yards. At Baltimore (10/5), led the team and tied his career high in receptions with seven catches for 72 yards. On the game-winning drive in the fourth quarter, caught three passes for 37 yards, including a 15-yarder on thirdand-five that set up a touchdown on the next play. Against Minnesota (9/28), posted three receptions for 17 yards. Against Houston (9/21), recorded his first touchdown of the season, a nine-yard reception from Kerry Collins. He totaled three receptions for 26 yards. Against Jacksonville (9/7), recorded his first career 100-yard game, leading the team with 105 yards on six receptions. His career-long 44-yard reception helped set up the game-winning touchdown in the fourth quarter. Scaife’s Career Regular Season Statistics: GP GS Rec Yds Avg 2005 16 5 37 273 7.4 2006 14 12 29 370 12.8 2007 16 15 46 421 9.2 2008 12 6 48 498 10.4 Career 58 38 160 1,562 9.8

Lg 19 34 26 44 44

TD 2 2 1 2 7

Scaife’s Career Game-by-Game Statistics vs. Cleveland Browns: Date Res Rec Yds Avg Lg TD 11/06/05* @Cle L 5 59 11.8 19 0 Totals 0/1 0-1 5 59 11.8 19 0 * Did not start

RECEPTIONS BY TIGHT ENDS
Among NFL tight ends, Bo Scaife is tied for fourth in the NFL and second in the AFC with a career-high 48 receptions in 2008. Most receptions by NFL tight ends in 2008: Player 1. Tony Gonzalez 2. Chris Cooley 3. Jason Witten 4. Owen Daniels* Bo Scaife 6. Dallas Clark 7. Antonio Gates 8. Kellen Winslow 9. Dustin Keller 10. Jeremy Shockey Team Rec KC 73 Was 66 Dal 58 Hou 48 Ten 48 Ind 47 SD 46 Cle 43 NYJ 40 NO 39 Yds 806 701 709 583 498 513 534 428 460 371 Avg 11.0 10.6 12.2 12.1 10.4 10.9 11.6 10.0 11.5 9.5 Lg 35 28 42 34 44 29 30 30 54 26 TD 6 1 3 2 2 3 6 3 3 0

Lg 57 32 25 34 73 56t 73

TD 2 0 2 0 2 4 10

Gage’s Career Game-by-Game Statistics vs. Cleveland Browns: Date Res Rec Yds Avg Lg TD 10/09/05* at Cle L 0 0 0 Totals 1/0 0-1 0 0 0 * Played but did not start

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PCT. RECEPTIONS FOR FIRST DOWNS
Since joining the Titans in 2007 as an unrestricted free agent from the Chicago Bears, wide receiver Justin Gage is among the NFL leaders in percentage of receptions for first downs. Highest percentage of receptions for first downs since the start of the 2007 season (qualifiers -- 32 receptions): First First Player Rec. Downs Pct. 1. Justin Gage 79 65 82.3 2. Sidney Rice 42 34 81.0 3. Devery Henderson 45 36 80.0 4. Vincent Jackson 80 63 78.8 5. Ernest Wilford 46 36 78.3 6. Santonio Holmes 93 72 77.4 7. Brandon Stokley 78 60 76.9 8. Justin McCareins 38 29 76.3 9. Derek Hagan 32 24 75.0 10. Nate Burleson 55 41 74.5

DT ALBERT HAYNESWORTH
Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth returns to the Titans in his seventh NFL season after achieving new heights in 2007. He was selected to the Pro Bowl and named Associated Press All-Pro for the first time in his career after recording a career high with six sacks and adding 69 tackles, 23 quarterback pressures, six tackles for loss and three passes defensed in 13 games. Haynesworth was a key cog in the middle of the lineup in helping the Titans defense finish fifth overall and fifth against the run in 2007. In six full seasons, Haynesworth has helped the Titans defense finish in the league’s top five against the run three times (2002, 2003, 2007). The 6-6, 320-pound player was drafted in the first round (15th overall) of the 2002 NFL Draft. Haynesworth’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), posted four tackles and two quarterback pressures as a member of a defense that allowed 23 rushing yards and 154 total yards. Against the New York Jets (11/23), totaled six tackles, 1.5 sacks, two quarterback pressures and one forced fumble. He split a sack of Brett Favre with Kyle Vanden Bosch and forced a fumble on the same play. He later took Favre down for a solo sack. At Jacksonville (11/16), registered eight tackles, one sack, one tackle for loss and one quarterback pressure as a member of a defense that allowed three first downs and no points in the second half. With an eight-yard takedown of David Garrard, he tallied his seventh sack of the season to set a new career high. In the fourth quarter, he hit Garrard attempting to pass, and the ball was subsequently intercepted by Chris Carr. At Chicago (11/9), posted five tackles, one tackle for loss and one quarterback pressure. Against Green Bay (11/2), posted five tackles, one tackle for loss and one quarterback pressure. Against Indianapolis (10/27), tallied five tackles and a team-high three quarterback pressures in a 31-21 victory. At Kansas City (10/19), registered four tackles, one sack and three quarterback pressures. He posted his sixth sack of the season, taking down Damon Huard for an eight-yard loss to match his career high of six sacks in a season, set in 2007. At Baltimore (10/5), recorded six tackles and one quarterback pressure as a member of a defense that held the Ravens to 10 points. Named AFC Defensive Player of the Month for September 2008. Through four games he ranked third in the NFL and first among defensive tackles with five sacks. He also notched 21 tackles, five quarterback pressures, three tackles for loss, a pass defensed and a forced fumble for the NFL’s fifth-ranked defensive unit in September. Against Minnesota (9/28), tallied two sacks for the second time in 2008. He sacked Gus Frerotte on a third down in the second quarter to force a Vikings punt and added a six-yard sack of Tarvaris Jackson late in the fourth quarter. His totals also included seven tackles, one tackle for loss, one pass defensed and one quarterback pressure. Against Houston (9/21), posted seven tackles, one sack, two tackles for loss and one quarterback pressure. He sacked Matt Schaub for a fiveyard loss in the first quarter. At Cincinnati (9/14), tallied three tackles and a forced fumble. Against Jacksonville (9/7), recorded two of the team’s seven sacks and helped limit the Jaguars to 33 rushing yards. His statistics also included four tackles and three quarterback pressures. Haynesworth’s Career Regular Season Statistics:
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Career G/S Tackles Sack 16/3 55 1.0 12/11 49 2.5 10/10 62 1.0 14/14 85 3.0 11/10 59 2.0 13/12 69 6.0 12/12 64 8.5 88/72 443 24.0 TFL 7 4 11 9 3 6 6 46 QBP 23 15 13 11 13 23 19 117 Int 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PD 3 3 1 1 0 3 1 12 FF 0 0 2 1 0 0 4 7 FR 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

WR JUSTIN McCAREINS
Wide receiver Justin McCareins was rejoined with his original NFL club after signing with the Titans as a free agent during the 2008 offseason. McCareins, who is in his eighth NFL season, was selected by the Titans in the fourth round of the 2001 NFL Draft. In 2004, he was traded to the New York Jets, where he spent the next four years. In 2003, the final season of his first tour with the Titans, McCareins achieved career highs in yards (813) and touchdowns (seven) on 47 receptions. In 2007, McCareins totaled 19 receptions for 232 yards in his final campaign with the Jets. McCareins’ 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), recorded two receptions for 43 yards, helping the offense accumulate 456 yards in a 47-10 win. Against the New York Jets (11/23), tied for the team high with four receptions for a team-best 43 yards. At Jacksonville (11/16), was inactive with a concussion. Against Green Bay (11/2), contributed 42 yards on three receptions in an overtime win. Against Indianapolis (10/27), returned from a hamstring injury and recorded two receptions for 30 yards. At Kansas City (10/19), was inactive with a hamstring injury. Against Minnesota (9/21), recorded three receptions for 37 yards. Against Houston (9/21), posted the fourth-best yardage total of his career, catching three passes for a team-high 86 yards. He hauled in passes of 17, 37 and 32 yards. At Cincinnati (9/14), recorded two receptions for nine yards. Against Jacksonville (9/7), started in his first game back with the Titans since the end of the 2003 season. McCareins’ Career Regular Season Statistics: Team GP GS Rec Yds Avg 2001 Ten 4 1 3 88 29.3 2002 Ten 16 1 19 301 15.8 2003 Ten 16 10 47 813 17.3 2004 NYJ 16 16 56 770 13.8 2005 NYJ 16 16 43 713 16.6 2006 NYJ 16 7 23 347 15.1 2007 NYJ 16 6 19 232 12.2 2008 Ten 10 7 19 290 15.3 Totals 110 64 229 3,554 15.5

Lg 36 55 73 43 45 50 51 37 73

TD 0 2 7 4 2 1 0 0 16

McCareins’ Career Game-by-Game Statistics vs. Cleveland Browns: Date Res Rec Yds Avg Lg TD 09/22/02* Cle L 0 0 0 11/21/04 @Cle W 6 71 11.8 14 1 10/29/06 @Cle L 0 0 0 12/09/07 Cle L 0 0 0 Totals 4/3 1-3 6 71 11.8 14 1 28

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Haynesworth’s Career Game-by-Game Stats vs. Cleveland Browns: Date
09/22/02* 11/06/05

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L L 3 5 0.0 0.0 0 0

PD FF
1 0 0 0

FR
0 0

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2/1

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0.0

0

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0

0

2008 SACK LEADERS
In 2008, Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth has recorded a career-high 8.5 sacks. In addition to leading the team, his total is tied for sixth in the AFC and tied for 11th in the NFL. Among NFL defensive tackles, Haynesworth is tied with Minnesota’s Kevin Williams for the league lead in sacks. 2008 AFC sack leaders: Player, Team (Pos) 1. Porter, Mia. (LB) 2. J. Harrison, Pit. (LB) 3. Woodley, Pit. (LB) 4. Mathis, Ind. (DE) 5. Haynesworth, Ten. (DT) 6. Freeney, Ind. (DE) M. Williams, Hou. (DE) 8. Seymour, N.E. (DE) 9. Ellis, NY-J (DE) 10. Suggs, Bal. (LB) Sacks 14.5 14.0 11.5 9.0 8.5 8.0 8.0 7.5 7.0 5.5 Against Houston (9/21), recorded eight tackles, one sack, two quarterback pressures and one forced fumble. On consecutive plays in the final two minutes of the fourth quarter, sacked Matt Schaub for a five-yard loss with a forced fumble (Texans recovered) and then hit Schaub as he was attempting a pass. The hit forced an interception that was returned by Cortland Finnegan for a franchise-record 99-yard touchdown. The game was Vanden Bosch’s third consecutive contest to start the season with at least a half sack. At Cincinnati (9/14), totaled six tackles, a half sack and three quarterback pressures. He split a sack of Carson Palmer with Jevon Kearse in the fourth quarter. Against Jacksonville (9/7), made game-changing play with sack (David Garrard), forced fumble and fumble recovery on the same play deep in Titans territory in the second quarter. His statistics also included five tackles and two quarterback pressures. Vanden Bosch’s Career Regular Season Statistics (2001-04 with Arizona):
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Career G/S Tackles Sack TFL QBP 3/3 12 1.0 0 1 16/16 66 4.0 8 9 Injured Reserve 16/1 15 0.0 0 1 16/16 100 12.5 8 15 16/16 118 6.5 4 30 16/16 115 12.0 6 22 9/9 41 4.5 0 16 92/77 466 40.5 26 96 Int 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PD 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 FF 0 0 0 4 1 4 3 12 FR 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 5

DE KYLE VANDEN BOSCH
Defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch is in his fourth season with the Titans and eighth overall NFL season. He has started every game since arriving in Tennessee in 2005. Voted to his second Pro Bowl in 2007, he ranked sixth in the AFC with a team-high 12 sacks and added 115 tackles, which ranked second on the team. It was his third consecutive season with 100 or more tackles. His statistics also included 24 quarterback pressures, six tackles for loss and four forced fumbles. The 2007 season was Vanden Bosch’s third consecutive campaign with 100 or more tackles. His season totals make up three of the team’s top 10 single-season tallies by defensive linemen since 1980. His 2006 total of 118 tackles ranks fourth among franchise defensive linemen since 1980, followed by his 2007 total of 115 tackles (fifth) and 2005 total of 100 tackles (seventh). Vanden Bosch’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), registered five tackles, one sack, two quarterback pressures and one fumble recovery as a member of a defense that allowed 23 rushing yards and 154 total yards. He recovered a Shaun McDonald fumble on the first possession of the game and later sacked Daunte Culpepper. Against the New York Jets (11/23), returned from his groin injury to start and tally seven tackles, a half sack and two quarterback pressures. He combined with Albert Haynesworth for a takedown of Brett Favre. At Chicago (11/9) and at Jacksonville (11/16), was inactive due to a groin injury. Against Green Bay (11/2), played the first two series and recorded one tackle before exiting with a groin injury. Against Indianapolis (10/27), was inactive with a groin injury. It was the first game in Vanden Bosch’s four-year stint with the Titans in which he did not play or start, ending a streak of 54 consecutive starts. At Kansas City (10/19), exited the contest after the first series due to a groin injury suffered in the previous game. At Baltimore (10/5), posted four tackles before leaving the game in the second quarter with a groin injury. Against Minnesota (9/28), recorded five tackles, a half sack, five quarterback pressures and a forced fumble. In the second quarter, he knocked the ball loose from the grasp of Adrian Peterson. The Titans recovered the fumble and scored five plays later. He split a sack of Tarvaris Jackson with Tony Brown in the fourth quarter to give him four consecutive games with at least a half sack.

Vanden Bosch’s Career Game-by-Game stats vs. Detroit Lions: Date
11/06/05 Totals

Opp.
@Cle 1/1

W-L Tackle Sack INT
L 0-1 9 9 0.0 0.0 0 0

PD FF
0 0 0 0

FR
0 0

* Played but did not start

SACK LEADERS SINCE 1999
Kyle Vanden Bosch and Jevon Kearse have accounted for the team lead in sacks in seven of the past nine seasons. Since 1999, Kearse’s rookie season, the only other player besides Kearse and Vanden Bosch to lead the club in sacks was Kevin Carter, who was first for the team in sacks in 2002 and 2004. Kearse finished with the team lead in 1999 through 2001 and in 2003. Vanden Bosch has led the Titans in sacks in each of his three full seasons since arriving as an unrestricted free agent from the Arizona Cardinals in 2005. Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth leads the team in 2008 with 8.5 sacks. Season sack leaders for the Titans since 1999: Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 Player Jevon Kearse Jevon Kearse Jevon Kearse Kevin Carter Jevon Kearse Sacks 14.5 11.5 10.0 10.0 9.5 Year 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Player Sacks Kevin Carter 6.0 Kyle Vanden Bosch 12.5 Kyle Vanden Bosch 6.5 Kyle Vanden Bosch 12.0 Albert Haynesworth 8.5

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FRANCHISE SACK LEADERS
With defensive ends Jevon Kearse and Kyle Vanden Bosch, Tennessee’s roster includes two players the team’s all-time Top 10 in quarterback sacks. Kearse moved into sixth place on the list in Week 3 against Houston (9/21) by notching his 49th career sack with the Titans. He was resigned during the 2008 offseason after spending the previous four years with the Philadelphia Eagles. Vanden Bosch, who has 35.5 sacks in his first four seasons with the Titans, is ninth on the list. Franchise all-time sack leaders: Player 1. Elvin Bethea 2. Ray Childress 3. Jesse Baker 4. William Fuller 5. Sean Jones 6. Jevon Kearse 7. Robert Brazile 8. Ted Washington 9. Kyle Vanden Bosch 10. Curley Culp Years 1968-83 1985-95 1979-87 1986-93 1988-93 1999-03, 2008 1975-84 1973-82 2005-08 1966-72 Career Sacks* 105.0 74.5 66.0 59.0 57.5 50.0 48.0 45.0 35.5 31.0 Against Houston (9/21), moved into sole possession of sixth place on the team’s all-time sack list (Robert Brazile, 48) with a six-yard sack of Matt Schaub, his 49th sack as a Titan and his first full sack since rejoining the club in 2008. His totals also included five tackles and three quarterback pressures. At Cincinnati (9/14), posted three tackles, a half sack and a forced fumble, the 30th forced fumble of his career. Shared a sack of Carson Palmer with Kyle Vanden Bosch in the fourth quarter, Kearse’s first half-sack since returning to the Titans. Against Jacksonville (9/7), started in his return to Tennessee and registered two tackles. Kearse’s Career Regular Season Statistics (2004-07 with Philadelphia):
1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Career G/S Tackles Sack 16/16 85 14.5 16/16 84 11.5 16/16 64 10.0 4/1 11 2.0 14/14 67 9.5 14/14 43 7.5 15/15 60 7.5 2/2 5 3.5 14/8 25 3.5 12/12 38 2.5 123/114 482 72.0 TFL 9 6 5 0 3 NA NA NA NA 5 NA QBP 18 19 27 4 19 21 18 3 2 14 145 Int 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 PD 6 6 3 0 1 6 6 0 1 2 31 FF 10 4 5 0 4 2 3 1 0 2 31 FR 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3

* Sacks did not become an official NFL statistic until 1982. Vanden Bosch is ranked higher (sixth) on the official list from the Elias Sports Bureau.

DE JEVON KEARSE
Defensive end Jevon Kearse was re-signed by the Titans in March 2008, re-uniting the three-time Pro Bowler with the club that drafted him in 1999. A veteran of nine previous NFL seasons, the former first-round draft choice spent the past four years in Philadelphia after beginning his career with the Titans. Kearse, who earned the nickname “The Freak” at the University of Florida, led his team in sacks in six of his first seven NFL seasons. In Kearse’s original tenure with the Titans (1999-03), he registered a total of 47.5 sacks, a figure that ranks seventh in team history. He won the Associated Press NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Award in 1999 after setting a rookie record with 14.5 sacks. Kearse signed in Philadelphia as an unrestricted free agent in 2004. In 45 regular season games with the Eagles, he totaled 133 tackles and 22 sacks. In his first season there, his arrival helped solidify the Eagles defense, and the team advanced to Super Bowl XXXIX. Jevon Kearse’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), totaled three tackles, one tackle for loss and a pass defensed as a member of a unit that allowed 23 rushing yards and 154 total yards. Against the New York Jets (11/23), posted three tackles and forced a fumble against Leon Washington that was recovered by defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson. At Jacksonville (11/16), recorded the 72nd sack of his career and his 50th in a Titans uniform with a two-yard takedown of David Garrard in the third quarter. His totals also included four tackles and a team-high three quarterback pressures. Against Green Bay (11/2), posted five tackles, one tackle for loss and one quarterback pressure. Against Indianapolis (10/27), totaled three tackles, one tackle for loss and one quarterback pressure on Monday Night Football. At Kansas City (10/19), registered three tackles, three quarterback pressures and one pass defensed. At Baltimore (10/5), registered three tackles and one quarterback pressure as a member of a unit that limited the Ravens to 10 points. Against Minnesota (9/28), tallied four tackles, one tackle for loss and two quarterback pressures. He dropped Adrian Peterson for a three-yard loss in the fourth quarter.

Kearse’s Career Game-by-Game Stats vs. Cleveland Browns: Date Opp. W-L Tackle Sack INT PD FF FR
09/19/99 11/28/99 11/19/00 12/17/00 12/02/01 12/30/01 09/22/02 10/24/04 Totals Cle @Cle Cle @Cle @Cle Cle Cle @Cle 7/7 W W W W W L L W 6-1 5 6 5 4 3 1 5 29 3.0 0 1 1.0 0 0 1.0 0 0 1.0 0 1 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 Inactive (foot) 1.0 0 0 7.0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LB KEITH BULLUCK
Linebacker Keith Bulluck, the franchise’s third alltime leading tackler, is in his ninth NFL season. He has started every game for six consecutive seasons and has surpassed 100 tackles in each of those seasons, including 2007. Originally a first-round choice in the 2000 NFL Draft, he is the third player in team history to reach 1,000 career tackles. Bulluck’s 2007 statistics included 109 tackles and a team-high five interceptions, which represented a new career high and set a record for franchise linebackers. His five interceptions also tied for ninth in the NFL and tied for sixth in the AFC. Among linebackers, he was tied with Chicago’s Brian Urlacher for second in the NFL, trailing only Oakland’s Thomas Howard (six) for the league lead. Bulluck’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), tallied five tackles, two tackles for loss and one quarterback pressure as the Titans defense held the Lions to 23 rushing yards and 154 total yards. Against the New York Jets (11/23), tied for the team lead with 11 tackles and added one pass defensed. On third-and-one from the two-yard line in the second quarter, he knocked away a Brett Favre pass in the end zone intended for Dustin Keller. At Jacksonville (11/16), posted seven tackles and one pass defensed as a member of a defense that allowed three first downs and no points in the second half of a 24-14 win. His tally put him over 1,100 career tackles. At Chicago (11/9), led the squad with 12 tackles in a 21-14 win. He helped limit the Bears to 243 total yards, including 72 rushing yards on 20 carries (3.6 avg.) by running back Matt Forte. Against Green Bay (11/2), tallied five tackles and one pass defensed. Against Indianapolis (10/27), registered nine tackles on Monday Night Football. Late in the fourth quarter, he hit Dallas Clark as a pass arrived, allowing Chris Hope to intercept the tipped ball.

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At Kansas City (10/19), led the team with nine tackles and added a half sack and two tackles for loss. He split a seven-yard sack of Damon Huard with Dave Ball to give Bulluck 18 career sacks. At Baltimore (10/5), led the team with 13 tackles and added one quarterback pressure as a member of a unit that limited the Ravens to 10 points. Against Minnesota (9/28), registered six tackles, one pass defensed and one fumble recovery. He picked up a Gus Frerotte fumble in the third quarter, his first takeaway of the season and 25th of his career (16 interceptions, nine fumble recoveries). Against Houston (9/21), started his 100th consecutive regular season game, becoming the third linebacker in franchise history to accomplish the feat. He registered seven tackles in the game. At Cincinnati (9/14), registered four tackles and provided one of the game’s key plays, blocking a Kyle Larson punt in the end zone and recovering the ball for a touchdown. It was his first career blocked punt and sixth career touchdown. He was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week. Against Jacksonville (9/7), posted seven tackles and helped limit the Jaguars to 33 rushing yards. Bulluck’s Career Regular Season Statistics:
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Career G/S Tackles Sack 16/1 21 0.0 15/3 64 1.0 16/16 180 1.0 16/16 171 3.0 16/16 171 5.0 16/16 150 5.0 16/16 161 2.5 16/16 109 0.0 12/12 95 0.5 139/112 1,122 18.0 TFL 0 2 10 8 8 10 3 4 4 49 QBP 1 7 15 9 2 5 4 1 2 46 Int 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 5 0 16 PD 1 5 3 5 12 8 9 6 4 53 FF 0 0 3 5 1 1 2 1 0 13 FR 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

CONSECUTIVE STARTS BY LBs
Keith Bulluck recorded his 100th consecutive start at linebacker on Sept. 21 against the Houston Texans. He became the third linebacker in team history to accomplish the feat, joining Robert Brazile (147) and Gregg Bingham (134). Most consecutive games started by franchise linebackers: Player 1. Robert Brazile 2. Gregg Bingham 3. Keith Bulluck Seasons 1975-84 1973-81 2001-08 Consecutive Starts 147 134 109

Additionally, Bulluck carries the fourth-longest starting streak among active NFL linebackers, trailing only Tampa Bay’s Derrick Brooks, Washington’s London Fletcher and Atlanta’s Keith Brooking. Longest active consecutive start streaks among NFL linebackers: Player 1. Derrick Brooks 2. London Fletcher 3. Keith Brooking 4. Keith Bulluck Team Tampa Bay Washington Atlanta Tennessee Consecutive Starts 204 131 124 109

BULLUCK’S NOSE FOR THE END ZONE
In Week 2 at Cincinnati (9/14), linebacker Keith Bulluck provided one of the game’s pivotal plays when he blocked Kyle Larson’s punt in the end zone and recovered the ball for a touchdown, which provided Tennessee its final 24-7 winning margin. The touchdown was the sixth in Bulluck’s nine-year career. He previously scored one touchdown on an interception return and four touchdowns on fumble returns. The Titans are a perfect 6-0 in games Bulluck scores a touchdown. Bulluck’s career regular season touchdowns: Date Opp W/L Scoring Play 12/25/00 Dal W 8-yard interception return 11/03/02 at Ind W 61-yard fumble return 10/19/03 at Car W 32-yard fumble return 01/02/05 Det W 39-yard fumble return 11/19/06 at Phi W 16-yard fumble return 09/14/08 at Cin W Blocked punt and recovery in end zone

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BULLUCK THIRD IN FRANCHISE TACKLES
Outside linebacker Keith Bulluck ranks third in team annals behind Gregg Bingham (1,970) and Robert Brazile (1,281) for most tackles in franchise history. Most tackles by a member of the franchise (since 1974): Player (Position) 1. Gregg Bingham (LB) 2. Robert Brazile (LB) 3. Keith Bulluck (LB) 4. Ted Washington (LB) 5. Al Smith (LB) 6. John Grimsley (LB) 7. Blaine Bishop (S) 8. Ray Childress (DL) 9. Steve Kiner (LB) 10. Marcus Robertson (S) Seasons 1973-84 1975-84 2000-08 1973-82 1987-96 1984-90 1993-01 1985-95 1974-78 1991-00 Tackles 1,970 1,281 1,122 907 877 836 788 784 738 700

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LB DAVID THORNTON
Left outside linebacker David Thornton is in his seventh NFL season and third season with the Titans. In 2007, he started all 16 games and led the club with 140 tackles. The tackle total was the second highest of his career. He added a team-high nine tackles for loss, one sack, one quarterback pressure, seven passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. The former fourth-round draft choice out of North Carolina played four seasons in Indianapolis before joining the Titans as an unrestricted free agent in 2006. Thornton’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), posted four tackles and helped limit the Lions to 23 rushing yards and 154 total yards. Against the New York Jets (11/23), notched seven tackles. At Jacksonville (11/16), registered eight tackles as a member of a defense that allowed three first downs and no points in the second half of a 2414 win. At Chicago (11/9), registered eight tackles, one tackle for loss and one pass defensed. Against Green Bay (11/2), posted six tackles and one tackle for loss. Against Indianapolis (10/27), led the squad with 10 tackles on Monday Night Football. At Kansas City (10/19), registered two tackles. At Baltimore (10/5), in his 100th career game, totaled five tackles and one pass defensed in helping limit the Ravens to 10 points. Against Minnesota (9/28), recorded six tackles and one forced fumble. On Minnesota’s opening possession, he knocked the ball loose from Naufahu Tahi, and it was recovered by the Titans. Against Houston (9/21), posted six tackles, including one tackle for loss. Against Jacksonville (9/7), recorded five tackles, including one tackle for loss, and helped limit the Jaguars to 33 rushing yards. Thornton’s Career Regular Season Statistics (2002-05 with Indianapolis):
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Career G/S Tackles 15/0 42 16/16 158 16/15 98 16/16 96 16/13 122 16/16 140 12/12 70 107/88 726 Sack 0.0 1.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 4.0 TFL 0 9 5 QBP 1 4 1 1 0 Int 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 5 PD 0 2 0 3 6 6 2 19 FF 0 0 2 2 2 1 1 8 FR 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

S CHRIS HOPE
Strong safety Chris Hope is in his seventh NFL season and third season with the Titans. He returns in 2008 after finishing the 2007 season on injured reserve with a neck injury. A former third-round draft choice with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Hope has been widely considered the leader of the Titans secondary since signing as an unrestricted free agent in 2006. Prior to his season-ending injury in 2007, he recorded 60 tackles and added two quarterback pressures, one tackle for loss, two interceptions, four passes defensed and one fumble recovery. In his first season with the Titans in 2006, he arguably had one of the best seasons in franchise history by a strong safety and one of the best seasons among all NFL strong safeties in his first season in Tennessee. His 128 tackles ranked first among the league’s starting strong safeties, and his five interceptions tied three other players for first place among strong safeties. His tackle total was the most by a Titans safety since Bo Eason recorded 131 stops in 1985, and Hope’s five interceptions were the most by a Titans safety since Lance Schulters’ six in 2002. Hope’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), posted one tackle and helped the defense limit the Lions to 154 total yards. Against the New York Jets (11/23), registered eight tackles in his 100th NFL game. At Jacksonville (11/16), posted seven tackles and one pass defensed as a member of a defense that allowed three first downs and no points in the second half of a 24-14 win. At Chicago (11/9), notched his fourth interception in three games and the 15th interception of his career, picking off Rex Grossman and returning the ball 13 yards in the first quarter. He added five tackles in the game. Against Green Bay (11/2), posted his first career sack and recorded his third interception in two games in a 19-16 overtime win. In the first quarter, he dropped quarterback Aaron Rodgers for no gain to notch the first sack of his seven-year career. In the third quarter, he intercepted a deep ball intended for Greg Jennings in the end zone, giving him three interceptions in six days. He also recorded four tackles and two passes defensed in the contest. Against Indianapolis (10/27), led the team and set a career high with two interceptions in a 31-21 victory on Monday Night Football. In the second quarter, he intercepted a Peyton Manning pass that was first tipped by Vincent Fuller. Then, in the fourth quarter, he picked off another pass on a ball intended for Dallas Clark. Hope sprinted 39 yards on the return, setting up a touchdown on the next play. The interceptions were his first of the season and the 12th and 13th interceptions of his career. He was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week. At Kansas City (10/19), posted five tackles and one tackle for loss. At Baltimore (10/5), registered 11 tackles and one tackle for loss as he helped limit the Ravens to 10 points. Against Minnesota (9/28), posted six tackles. Against Houston (9/21), recorded a team-high 10 tackles for the second consecutive week. At Cincinnati (9/14), led the team with 10 tackles, his highest total since Dec. 17, 2006. He also registered one tackle for loss and one pass defensed. Against Jacksonville (9/7), returned for first regular season game since suffering a neck injury in 2007 and tallied four tackles. Hope’s Career Regular Season Statistics (2002-05 with Pittsburgh): G/S Tackles Sack TFL QBP Int PD FF FR 2002 14/0 11 0.0 0 0 1 0 2003 16/0 11 0.0 0 1 1 1 2004 16/16 97 0.0 1 9 1 0 2005 16/16 97 0.0 3 7 1 1 2006 16/16 128 0.0 0 0 5 15 0 1 2007 11/11 60 0.0 0 2 2 4 0 1 2008 12/12 75 1.0 3 0 4 7 0 0 Career 101/71 479 1.0 15 43 4 4

Thornton’s Career Game-by-Game Stats vs. Cleveland Browns: Date Opp. W/L Tackle Sack INT PD FF FR
12/15/02* 09/07/03 09/25/05 Totals @Cle @Cle Cle 3/2 W W W 3-0 0 9 8 17 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Hope’s Career Game-by-Game Stats vs. Cleveland Browns:
Date 09/29/02* 11/03/02* 01/05/03* 10/05/03* 11/23/03* 10/10/04 11/14/04 11/13/05 12/24/05 Totals Opp. Cle @Cle Cle** Cle @Cle Cle @Cle Cle @Cle 9/4 W/L Tackle Sack W 0 0.0 W 0 0.0 W 0 0.0 L 0 0.0 W 1 0.0 W 6 0.0 W 5 0.0 W 4 0.0 W 3 0.0 8-1 19 0.0 INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PD FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 3 1 FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A FIRST SINCE 1993
When safety Chris Hope recorded an interception at Chicago, his fourth in three games, he joined cornerback Cortland Finnegan and safety Michael Griffin as members of the Titans secondary who have snared at least four interceptions in 2008. They became the first franchise trio in 15 seasons to each record four or more interceptions. The feat was accomplished 16 times in the team’s first 34 seasons of existence but not since Marcus Robertson (seven interceptions), Cris Dishman (six) and Steve Jackson (five) all hit the four-interception mark in 1993. The most players to reach four interceptions in a season for the Titans is four. That has happened on four occasions -- 1961, 1969, 1980 and 1989. The other starter in the secondary, cornerback Nick Harper, has notched two interceptions. Chris Carr and Dave Ball also have one interception, giving the team a total of 17.

* Played but did not start ** Wild Card game

S MICHAEL GRIFFIN
Free safety Michael Griffin, the team’s 2007 firstround pick (19th overall) from the University of Texas, stepped into the starting lineup midway through his rookie season. He totaled 49 tackles, three interceptions, eight passes defensed, one forced fumble, a team-high 16 stops on special teams and 18 kickoff returns for 422 yards. Griffin’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), posted one tackle, one quarterback pressure, one pass defensed and one forced fumble while helping the defense limit the Lions to 154 total yards. On the second play of the game, forced a fumble by Shaun McDonald that was recovered by Kyle Vanden Bosch. Against the New York Jets (11/23), notched seven tackles and one quarterback pressure. At Jacksonville (11/16), totaled seven tackles as a member of a defense that allowed three first downs and no points in the second half of a 2414 win. At Chicago (11/9), registered seven tackles and added two stops on special teams, including a takedown of Devin Hester for no gain on a punt at the 10-yard line. Against Green Bay (11/2), posted seven tackles. Against Indianapolis (10/27), registered six tackles on Monday Night Football. At Kansas City (10/19), posted seven tackles and one tackle for loss. At Baltimore (10/4), collected his fourth interception of the season, picking off a Joe Flacco pass in the second quarter to help set up a Titans field goal. The interception was the seventh of his career, and he surpassed in five games in 2008 his rookie total of three interceptions in 2007. He also tallied two tackles and one kickoff return for 28 yards. Against Minnesota (9/28), totaled three tackles and one pass defensed. Against Houston (9/21), set a career high with two interceptions, accounting for two of the team’s three interceptions off Matt Schaub. In the first quarter, he made a juggling interception along the sideline while on his back. In the fourth quarter, he hauled in a pass intended for Andre Johnson on a fourth-and-10 play in Titans territory. His totals also included three tackles, one tackle for loss, three passes defensed and one special teams stop. At Cincinnati (9/14), registered six tackles and his first interception of the season. He picked off a Carson Palmer pass in the fourth quarter for his fourth career interception. Against Jacksonville (9/7), recorded his first career sack (David Garrard) -- one of seven sacks by the Titans -- and tied for the team lead with eight tackles. Griffin’s Career Regular Season Statistics: G/S Tackles Sack TFL QBP 2007 16/10 49 0.0 1 0 2008 12/12 64 1.0 2 2 Career 28/22 113 1.0 3 2

CB CORTLAND FINNEGAN
Cornerback Cortland Finnegan, a former seventh-round draft choice from Samford, is in his third year and second as a starter. He received a multi-year contract extension earlier in 2008. In 2007, he started every game and tied for third on the squad with 109 tackles. He added one interception, one sack, three tackles for loss and a team-high 16 passes defensed. Finnegan’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), notched five tackles while he helped the Titans allow just 154 total yards against the Lions. Against the New York Jets (11/23), posted six tackles, one interception and two passes defensed. He notched his fifth interception of the season and sixth of his career in the second quarter, picking off a pass from Brett Favre intended for Laveranues Coles. At Jacksonville (11/16), totaled two tackles and one pass defensed as a member of a defense that held the Jaguars to three first downs and no points in the second half of a 24-14 win. At Chicago (11/9), recorded his fourth career sack and a team-high three passes defensed in a 21-14 win. He dropped Rex Grossman for a two-yard sack in the fourth quarter. In the first quarter, he tipped a pass into the air that was then intercepted by Chris Hope. His fourth-down pass breakup on Chicago’s final drive allowed the Titans to take possession and seal the victory. He added six tackles. Against Green Bay (11/2), registered five tackles and a team-high three passes defensed. Against Indianapolis (10/27), posted five tackles and two passes defensed in a Monday night victory. At Kansas City (10/19), tallied three tackles, including one tackle for loss. At Baltimore (10/5), posted seven tackles as a member of a unit that limited the Ravens to 10 points. Against Minnesota (9/28), he tied for the team lead with seven tackles, including one tackle for loss, and added one pass defensed. Against Houston (9/21), he set a franchise record with a 99-yard interception return for a touchdown. He picked off a Matt Schaub pass at the one-yard line with less than two minutes to play and raced the other way into the end zone, surpassing the previous team record of 98 yards by Pete Jaquess and Darryll Lewis. It was Finnegan’s third consecutive game with an interception. His totals in the game also included seven tackles and two passes defensed. At Cincinnati (9/14), he tallied five tackles and one interception. He picked off a Carson Palmer pass in the fourth quarter to give him three interceptions in the first two games of the season.

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Against Jacksonville (9/7), he set a career high with two interceptions, picking off David Garrard passes in the third and fourth quarters to give him three career interceptions. He took a deep ball away from Troy Williamson at the Tennessee 14-yard line in the third quarter and jumped a pass intended for Matt Jones in the fourth quarter. His statistics also included seven tackles and three passes defensed. He was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week. Finnegan’s Career Regular Season Statistics: G/S Tackles Sack TFL QBP Int 2006 16/2 57 2.0 1 3 0 2007 16/16 109 1.0 1 1 1 2008 12/12 65 1.0 2 0 5 Career 44/30 231 4.0 4 4 6

CB NICK HARPER
Cornerback Nick Harper, the senior-most member of the starting secondary, is in his eighth NFL season and second campaign with the Titans. In his first season in Tennessee, he tied for second on the team with three interceptions. It was his fifth consecutive season with three or more interceptions. Harper also recorded 80 tackles, the second highest total of his career. Harper, who joined the Titans after spending the first six years of his NFL career with the Indianapolis Colts, was signed as an unrestricted free agent during the 2007 offseason. Harper’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), led the squad with six tackles and added four passes defensed in an effort that helped limit the Lions to 154 total yards. At Jacksonville (11/16) and against the New York Jets (11/23), was inactive with an ankle injury. At Chicago (11/9), totaled one tackle before leaving with an ankle injury. Against Green Bay (11/2), tied for the team high with eight tackles and added one pass defensed in a 19-16 overtime win. Against Indianapolis (10/27), posted five tackles and two passes defensed on Monday Night Football. At Kansas City (10/19), totaled eight tackles and one pass defensed. His eight tackles allowed him to reach the 500-tackle mark for his career. At Baltimore (10/5), helped seal a win for the second consecutive week with a late interception, the 20th of his career. He picked off a Joe Flacco pass with 1:24 on the clock in the fourth quarter, allowing the Titans to hold a 13-10 lead. He also contributed six tackles. Harper has recorded two or more interceptions in seven of his eight NFL seasons. Against Minnesota (9/28), he registered his first interception of the season, picking off a Gus Frerotte pass in the fourth quarter, which led to a Titans touchdown to seal the 30-17 win. He added six tackles in the game. At Cincinnati (9/14), he recorded six tackles, one pass defensed and one forced fumble. Against Jacksonville (9/7), he tied for the team lead with eight tackles and added one pass defensed. Harper’s Career Regular Season Statistics (2001-06 with Indianapolis): G/S Tackles Sack TFL QBP Int PD FF FR 2001 13/2 23 0.0 2 10 0 1 2002 16/1 51 0.0 0 8 0 0 2003 16/13 94 0.0 4 11 0 0 2004 14/14 75 0.0 3 5 0 1 2005 15/15 67 0.0 3 12 0 1 2006 15/15 73 0.0 3 11 0 0 2007 14/14 80 0.0 0 3 3 14 1 1 2008 10/9 57 0.0 0 0 2 14 1 0 Career 113/83 520 0.0 0 3 20 85 2 4 Harper’s Career Game-by-Game Stats vs. Cleveland Browns:
Date 12/15/02* 09/07/03 09/25/05 Totals Opp. @Cle @Cle Cle 3/2 W/L Tackle Sack W 4 0.0 W 4 0.0 W 6 0.0 3-0 14 0.0 INT 0 2 0 2 PD FF 0 0 2 0 2 0 4 0 FR 0 0 0 0

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NFL INTERCEPTION LEADERS
Three players in the Titans secondary are currently near the top of the NFL’s leaderboard in interceptions. Cornerback Cortland Finnegan leads the team and is in a four-way tie for second place with five interceptions, while safeties Michael Griffin and Chris Hope have each recorded four interceptions, which places them in an eight-way tie for sixth in the NFL. Finnegan picked off two passes against Jacksonville (9/7), one at Cincinnati (9/14), one against Houston (9/21) and one against the New York Jets. Griffin registered one interception at Cincinnati (9/14), two against Houston (9/21) and one at Baltimore (10/5). Hope posted two interceptions against Indianapolis (10/27), one against Green Bay (11/2) and one at Chicago (11/9). 2008 NFL Interception Leaders: Player Team Int 1. Troy Polamalu Pit 6 2. Nick Collins GB 5 Cortland Finnegan Ten 5 DeAngelo Hall Oak-Was 5 Charles Woodson GB 5 6. Oshiomogho Atogwe StL 4 Melvin Bullitt Ind 4 Michael Griffin Ten 4 Chris Hope Ten 4 Brandon Meriweather NE 4 Kevin Payne Chi 4 Darrelle Revis NYJ 4 Tramon Williams GB 4

Yds 58 230 100 37 124 91 7 21 53 25 147 32 73

Avg 9.7 46.0 20.0 7.4 24.8 22.8 1.8 5.3 13.3 6.3 36.8 8.0 18.3

Lg 23 62t 99t 21 62t 43 3 15 39 19 50 32t 39

TD 0 3 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

FINNEGAN’S FRANCHISE RECORD INT
In Week 3 against the Houston Texans, Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan intercepted a Matt Schaub pass at the one-yard line and raced 99 yards the other way for a touchdown. The 99-yard return was the longest interception return in franchise history, surpassing the 98-yard returns of Pete Jaquess (9/19/64) and Darryll Lewis (10/22/95). It was the longest interception return in the NFL since Brodney Pool’s 100-yarder on Nov. 18, 2007. Longest interception returns in franchise history (all touchdowns): Player Date Opp Return 1. Cortland Finnegan 9/21/08 Hou 99 2. Pete Jaquess 9/19/64 at Oak 98 Darryll Lewis 10/22/95 at Chi 98 4. Willie Alexander 9/25/77 at GB 95 5. Mark Johnston 10/27/63 KC 90

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NFL KICKOFF RETURN LEADERS
The Titans signed Chris Carr from the Oakland Raiders as a restricted free agent during the 2008 offseason to be the team’s primary punt and kickoff returner. The fourth-year player from Boise State currently ranks 15th in the NFL (eighth in AFC) with a 9.2-yard punt return average and ranks fourth in the NFL (second in AFC) with a 28.0-yard average on kickoff returns. NFL leaders in kickoff return average: Player Team KR Yds 1. Clifton Smith TB 19 560 2. Leodis McKelvin Buf 40 1177 3. Danieal Manning Chi 18 506 4. Chris Carr Ten 28 785 5. Leon Washington NYJ 31 865 6. Ellis Hobbs NE 38 1043 7. Allen Rossum SF 40 1093 8. Felix Jones Dal 16 434 9. Eddie Royal Den 18 486 10. J.J. Arrington Ari 25 674

ALL-TIME PUNTING LEADERS
In addition to being the franchise’s all-time punting leader, Craig Hentrich surpassed Mark Royals (1,116 career punts) for ninth place in NFL history in career punts in 2008. He surpassed Ray Guy (1,049 career punts) in 2007 and John James (1,083) earlier in 2008 to enter the Top 10. Among active punters, Hentrich ranks second in career punts. Only Jeff Feagles of the New York Giants has more. Players with 1,000 career punts, NFL history (active players in italics):

Avg 29.5 29.4 28.1 28.0 27.9 27.4 27.3 27.1 27.0 27.0

Lg 97t 98t 50 52 94 81 104t 98t 95 93t

TD 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1

P CRAIG HENTRICH
Punter Craig Hentrich is in his 15th NFL season and 11th with the Titans. During his career, the twotime Pro Bowler has punted more times than any other player in team history, and his punting average ranks second in club history behind only Greg Montgomery. In addition to being the franchise’s all-time punting leader, Hentrich ranks 14th in NFL history in career punts. In 2008, he has moved past John James (1,083 career punts) for 10th place on the NFL’s all-time career punting list. Hentrich’s 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/23), moved into ninth place on the NFL’s all-time punting list, surpassing Mark Royals (1,116 career punts). At Chicago (11/2), punted eight times and tied his career high with five punts placed inside the 20. He was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week. Against Indianapolis (10/27), recorded a 75-yard punt to pin the Colts on their own six-yard line in the second quarter. The punt was the secondlongest of Hentrich’s 15-year career and the second-longest punt in the NFL in 2008 through eight weeks (82 yards by Andy Lee, San Francisco). Hentrich’s punt ranked as the fourth-longest punt in club history. In the game Hentrich also punted for the 800th time as a member of the Titans. At Kansas City (10/19), he punted four times for a 43.0 average (37.5 net). With his first punt, he moved past John James (1,083 career punts) for 10th place on the NFL’s all-time career punting list. Against Minnesota (9/28), he pinned the Vikings at their two-yard line with four minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Three plays later the Titans recorded an interception to seal the win. At Cincinnati (9/14), he booted a 70-yard punt that went out of bounds at the Cincinnati 2. It led to a blocked punt in the end zone and touchdown for the Titans four plays later. Craig Hentrich’s 2007 and Career Statistics: GP No. Yds. Avg. TB 2008 12 65 2,812 43.3 8 Career 235 1,119 47,946 42.8 137

Player Games Punts Avg TB 1. Jeff Feagles 332 1,629 41.6 125 2. Sean Landeta 284 1,401 43.3 166 3. Lee Johnson 259 1,226 42.4 142 4. Chris Gardocki 244 1,177 42.8 103 5. Dave Jennings 205 1,154 41.2 *97 6. Chris Mohr 239 1,152 40.4 87 7. Rohn Stark 233 1,141 43.4 133 8. Bryan Barker 238 1,132 42.1 108 9. Craig Hentrich 235 1,119 42.8 137 10. Mark Royals 224 1,116 42.1 103 * Statistic not tracked for entire career (since 1976)

In20 525 381 318 322 *232 281 272 326 391 286

Net 35.8 35.3 35.2 35.7 *34.4 35.4 35.2 35.6 36.8 34.5

PERCENT OF PUNTS INSIDE THE 20
Throughout his career, Craig Hentrich has consistently placed highly in the league in punts “Inside the 20.” Since the statistic started to be tracked in 1976, Hentrich ranks second among all punters in percentage of total punts placed inside the opponent’s 20-yard line. Highest career percentage of punts placed inside the 20 (minimum 200 career punts, 1976-2008 seasons): Pct. Player Punts Avg Net In20 In20 1. Mike Scifres 327 44.2 39.0 140 42.8 2. Craig Hentrich 1119 42.8 36.8 391 34.9 3. Dustin Colquitt 286 43.7 38.4 98 34.3 4. Michael Koenen 286 42.2 37.2 98 34.3 5. Josh Miller 750 43.1 35.9 248 33.1 6. Saverio Rocca 134 43.0 36.1 44 32.8 7. Hunter Smith 567 43.4 35.1 186 32.8 8. Sam Koch 226 43.9 37.7 74 32.7 9. Matt Turk 950 42.5 37.3 310 32.6 10. Chris Kluwe 307 44.4 35.8 100 32.6

K ROB BIRONAS
Kicker Rob Bironas, who is in his fourth NFL season, elevated his career to new heights in 2007 and positioned his name among some of the franchise’s all-time great kickers. The 2007 Pro Bowl and Associated Press All-Pro selection moved into a tie for seventh place (Skip Butler) on the team’s all-time scoring list. He holds franchise records for most field goals in a game (eight, also a NFL record), most consecutive games with at least one field goal (19) and longest field goal (60 yards on Dec. 3, 2006). Also one of the NFL’s best kickoff specialists, he ranked sixth in the league over his first three seasons with 37 total touchbacks. Bironas’ 2007 campaign arguably was the second-finest season ever by a Titans kicker, behind only Al Del Greco’s 1998 campaign. Bironas finished second in team annals behind Del Greco’s 1998 effort in scoring (133 to 136), made field goals (35 to 36) and field goal accuracy (89.7 percent to 92.3 percent). He led the NFL in field goals and was fourth in the league in scoring, third among kickers. On Oct. 21, 2007, Bironas set a new NFL record with eight field goals in a game at Houston. Over his three-year career Bironas has made six game-winning field goals, a total that ranks second in club annals behind Del Greco (10). The former Arena Football League kicker and part-time security guard originally signed in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers as a free agent in 2002.

In 20 22 391

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Net 37.1 36.8

FRANCHISE PUNTING LEADERS
Highest career gross punting average, franchise history: Avg. Player Seasons 43.6 Greg Montgomery 1988-93 42.9 Craig Hentrich 1998-08 42.3 Jim Norton 1960-68 Most career punts, franchise history: Punts Player Seasons 830 Craig Hentrich 1998-08 519 Jim Norton 1960-68 429 Cliff Parsley 1977-82 35

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Bironas’ 2008 Highlights: At Detroit (11/27), made four field goals in four attempts, all from beyond 40 yards (49, 41, 45 and 43 yards). It was the first time in his career he made four field goals of 40 or more yards in the same game. He also set a career high with five extra points. He went over the 100-point mark for the second consecutive season. Against the New York Jets (11/23), made both field goal attempts (43 and 49 yards) to give him 100 career field goals. Against Green Bay (11/2), made four of five field goal attempts, including the game-winner from 41 yards in overtime. It was the seventh game-winning field goal of his career. He also hit from 31, 25 and 22 yards. He surpassed Toni Fritsch (392 points) for sixth place on the team’s alltime scoring list. Against Indianapolis (10/27), connected on three of four field goal attempts, making kicks of 34, 44 and 48 yards. The first two successful attempts gave him 20 consecutive field goals, tying Al Del Greco’s franchise record (1998-99). Del Greco made 20 consecutive field goals from 1998 to 1999. Bironas made every field goal from Dec. 16, 2007 until missing a 43yard attempt later in the game against the Colts. At Kansas City (10/19), he connected on field goal attempts of 49 and 46 yards to give him 18 consecutive successful field goals, tying Al Del Greco for the third-longest streak in team history. At Baltimore (10/5), he made both field goal attempts (35 and 26) in a 13-10 victory. Against Minnesota (9/28), he booted three field goals, connecting from 20, 32 and 49 yards. Bironas’ Career Regular Season Statistics: GP FGM FGA Pct XPM 2005 16 23 29 79.3 30 2006 16 22 28 78.6 32 2007 16 35 39 89.7 28 2008 12 24 27 88.9 32 Career 60 104 123 84.6 122

FIELD GOAL PCT., NFL HISTORY
Titans kicker Rob Bironas made his 100th career field goal Nov. 23 against the Jets. In doing so, he moved into the NFL’s all-time top 10 in field goal percentage. To qualify in the NFL record books in the category of highest career field goal percentage, a kicker is required to have a minimum of 100 made field goals. Mike Vanderjagt is the league’s all-time leader at 86.5 percent. Highest field goal percentage in NFL history (min. 100 field goals): Player 1. Mike Vanderjagt 2. Shayne Graham 3. Nate Kaeding 4. Robbie Gould 5. Rob Bironas 6. Matt Stover 7. Phil Dawson 8. Jeff Reed 9. Matt Bryant 10. John Carney Made 230 167 112 102 104 452 208 157 134 452 Att 266 195 131 120 123 541 250 189 162 547 Pct 86.5 85.6 85.5 85.0 84.6 83.5 83.2 83.1 82.7 82.6

NFL TOUCHBACK LEADERS
In addition to his success kicking field goals, Rob Bironas also contributes to the team with his ability to record touchbacks on kickoffs. Bironas is tied for third in the NFL in 2008 with 18 touchbacks on 68 kickoffs. In 2007, Bironas registered a career-high total of 16 touchbacks on 75 kickoffs to rank third in the NFL. 2008 NFL leaders in touchbacks on kickoffs: Player 1. Rhys Lloyd 2. Sebastian Janikowski 3. Rob Bironas Matt Prater 5. Olindo Mare 6. Stephen Gostkowski 7. Mason Crosby 8. David Akers Phil Dawson 10. Michael Koenen Neil Rackers Josh Scobee Team Car Oak Ten Den Sea NE GB Phi Cle Atl Ari Jac Kickoffs Touchbacks 62 22 48 19 68 18 64 18 52 17 66 16 69 15 69 11 57 11 67 10 66 10 48 10 TB Pct. 35.5 39.6 26.5 28.1 32.7 24.2 21.7 15.9 19.3 14.9 15.2 20.8

XPA 32 32 28 32 124

Pts 99 98 133 104 434

CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS
On Oct. 27 against Indianapolis, kicker Rob Bironas’ streak of 20 consecutive field goals came to an end with a miss against the Indianapolis Colts. Bironas had made every field goal during the regular season since Dec. 16, 2007. His streak tied Al Del Greco’s club record, which was set during the 1998 and 1999 seasons. Bironas now owns two of the top three field goal streaks in franchise history. He connected on 19 straight field goals in a separate run in 2007. Most consecutive field goals without a miss, franchise history: Player 1. Rob Bironas Al Del Greco 3. Rob Bironas 4. Al Del Greco 5. Al Del Greco Years 2007-08 1998-99 2007 1995-96 1999-00 FGs 20 20 19 18 14

FRANCHISE LEADING SCORERS
In Week 9 of the 2008 regular season, Titans kicker Rob Bironas moved past former Oilers kicker Toni Fritsch for sixth place on the franchise’s all-time scoring list. Franchise Career Scoring Leaders: Player Years TD Rush Rec. Ret. 1. Al Del Greco 1991-00 0 0 0 0 2. George Blanda 1960-66 4 4 0 0 3. Tony Zendejas 1985-90 0 0 0 0 4. Eddie George 1996-03 74 64 10 0 5. Earl Campbell 1978-84 73 73 0 0 6. Rob Bironas 2005-08 0 0 0 0 7. Toni Fritsch 1977-81 0 0 0 0 8. Skip Butler 1972-77 0 0 0 0 9. Charlie Hennigan 1960-66 51 0 51 0 10. Ken Burrough 1971-81 48 1 47 0 Ernest Givins 1986-94 48 1 46 1 Haywood Jeffires 1987-95 47 0 47 0 36

FG PAT Points 246 322 1,060 91 301 598 117 197 548 0 6 450 0 0 438 104 121 434 81 149 392 70 120 330 0 0 306 0 0 288 0 0 288 0 6 288
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QUARTERBACKS
Quarterbacks Coach: Craig Johnson -- 9th NFL Season, 9th with Titans (7th as quarterbacks coach) Quarterback Kerry Collins is in his 14th NFL season and third with the Titans. In 2007, he appeared in six games with one start. He totaled 82 passing attempts, 50 completions for 531 yards and did not pass for a touchdown or an interception. Collins ranks in the NFL’s all-time Top 20 in several major passing categories, including pass attempts (12th), completions (13th) and passing yards (16th). Quarterback Vince Young is in his third pro season. In 2007, he started 15 games and earned a 9-6 record. The 2006 Offensive Rookie of the Year was 238-of-382 (62.3 percent) for 2,546 yards and nine touchdowns in his second NFL season. He also rushed for 395 yards and three touchdowns on 93 carries. He missed one game (10/21 at Houston) with a quad injury. Quarterback Chris Simms was signed by the Titans on Sept. 10, 2008. He spent the first five years of his career in Tampa Bay, where he played in 19 games (15 starts) and passed for 3,087 yards. He spent the 2007 season on injured reserve.

TITANS PASSING - 2008 & CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
GP Kerry Collins (14th Year) 2008 12 Career 174 Chris Simms (6th Year) 2008 0 Career 19 Vince Young (3rd Year) 2008 2 Career 32 / GS Att 328 5,582 0 492 23 762 Cmp 192 3,110 0 291 13 435 Pct 58.5 55.7 59.1 56.5 57.1 Yds Yd/Att 2,125 36,842 0 3,087 164 4,909 6.48 6.60 6.27 7.13 6.44 TD 9 183 0 12 1 22 TD% 2.7 3.3 2.4 4.3 2.9 Int 4 176 0 17 2 32 Int% 1.2 3.2 3.5 8.7 4.2 Lg 56t 89t 0 78t 54 73 Sk Yds Rat 81.9 73.8 71.2 57.2 68.6

/ 11 / 160 / / / / 0 15 1 29

7 50 312 2,052 0 43 1 51 0 312 3 289

RUNNING BACKS & FULLBACKS
Running Backs Coach: Earnest Byner -- 5th NFL Season, 1st with Titans Running Backs: LenDale White is in his third season in 2008. White, who the team selected out of USC in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft, was the team’s leading rusher in 2007. White recorded his first 1,000-yard season, gaining 1,110 yards and seven touchdowns on 303 carries. He ranked eighth in the AFC and 12th in the NFL in rushing yards.

The Titans used their first-round draft pick in 2008 on Chris Johnson, a running back from East Carolina. The 24th overall pick in the draft rushed for 2,982 yards and recorded an additional 1,296 receiving yards in college. At the NFL Scouting Combine in February 2008, he posted the fastest 40-yard dash of any prospect with a time of 4.24 seconds. In the 2007 draft, the Titans selected Arizona’s Chris Henry with a second-round choice. As a rookie, the former Arizona Wildcat was fourth on the team with 119 yards and two touchdowns on 31 rushing attempts. Rounding out the running back corps is Quinton Ganther, a first-year pro who spent the majority of the 2006 and 2007 season on the practice squad. The Titans originally drafted Ganther as a seventh-round pick from Utah in 2006. Fullbacks: Ahmard Hall is in his third NFL season after originally signing with the club as a rookie free agent in 2006. He received a multi-year contract extension during the 2008 offseason. In 2007, he played in 11 games (five starts). His statistics included one rushing attempt for eight yards and nine receptions for 60 yards. Used primarily as a blocking back, he helped the team finish the season with the NFL’s fifth-ranked rushing offense.

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TITANS RUSHING - 2008 & CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
GP / GS RUNNING BACKS Quinton Ganther (1st Year) 2008 10 / 0 Career 14 / 0 Chris Henry (2nd Year) 2008 0 / 0 Career 7 / 0 Chris Johnson (Rookie) 2008/Career 12 / 11 LenDale White (3rd Year) 2008 12 / 1 Career 41 / 17 Att Yds Avg Lg TD GP / FULLBACKS Ahmard Hall (3rd Year) 2008 12 / Career 37 / QUARTERBACKS Kerry Collins (14th Year) 2008 12 / Career 174 / Chris Simms (6th Year) 2008 0 / Career 19 / Vince Young (3rd Year) 2008 2 / Career 32 / GS Att Yds Avg Lg TD

5 5 0 31 203 146 510

34 34 0 119 958 575 1,929

6.8 6.8 3.8 4.7 3.9 3.8

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0 0 0 2 7 13 20

8 19

7 15

18 47

2.6 3.1

6 11

0 0

11 160 0 15 1 29

23 349 0 30 3 179

44 666 0 52 2 949

1.9 1.9 1.7 0.7 5.3

17 22 0 12 4 39t

0 9 0 1 0 10

WIDE RECEIVERS
Wide Receivers Coach: Fred Graves -- 7th NFL Season, 2nd with Titans Justin Gage is in his sixth NFL season and second season with the Titans. He was signed as an unrestricted free agent during the 2007 offseason. In his first season with the Titans, he tied for the team lead with 55 receptions. He led the squad with a career-high 750 receiving yards and scored two touchdowns. Gage spent his first four NFL seasons with the Chicago Bears, where he totaled 64 receptions for 908 yards and four touchdowns. Justin McCareins rejoined his original NFL club after signing with the Titans as a free agent during the 2008 offseason. McCareins, who is in his eighth NFL season, was selected by the Titans in the fourth round of the 2001 NFL Draft. In 2004, he was traded to the New York Jets, where he spent the next four years. In 2007, McCareins totaled 19 receptions for 232 yards in his final campaign with the Jets. Brandon Jones is in his fourth season in 2008. The former thirdround draft choice was placed on injured reserve in 2007 with a groin injury after tallying 21 receptions for 248 yards and two touchdowns. Lavelle Hawkins was Tennessee’s second draft pick of the fourth round in 2008. The former California star totaled 136 career receptions in three years with the Golden Bears before entering the NFL. Two members of the 2007 draft class return with the receiving corps. The Titans used a third-round pick last season on former Fresno State standout Paul Williams and a fourth-round pick on Florida State product Chris Davis. Williams was inactive for every game in 2007, while Davis contributed five receptions for 38 yards. Davis also led the team with 31 punt returns for 293 yards (9.5 avg.).

TIGHT ENDS
Tight Ends Coach: John Zernhelt -- 4th NFL Season, 3rd with Titans Tight end Alge Crumpler is in his eighth NFL campaign and first season with the Titans. The four-time Pro Bowler signed with the Titans as a free agent during the 2008 offseason after spending his first seven years with the Atlanta Falcons. In Atlanta, the former North Carolina Tarheel became the franchise’s all-time leader among tight ends in career receptions (316) and career touchdown receptions (35). Tight end Bo Scaife is in his fourth NFL season out of the University of Texas. In 2007, he was the team’s leading receiver among tight ends. The former sixth-round draft choice was third overall on the team with 46 receptions for 421 yards and one touchdown. In the third round of the 2008 NFL Draft, the Titans selected California tight end Craig Stevens. Stevens appeared in 50 games in four seasons at Cal and recorded 51 career receptions.

Alge Crumpler is in his first season with the Titans.

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TITANS RECEIVING - 2008 & CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
GP / GS WIDE RECEIVERS Chris Davis (2nd Year) 2008 4 / 0 Career 16 / 0 Justin Gage (6th Year) 2008 9 / 8 Career 74 / 32 Lavelle Hawkins (Rookie) 2008/Career 9 / 1 Brandon Jones (4th Year) 2008 12 / 5 Career 47 / 25 Justin McCareins (8th Year) 2008 10 / 7 Career 110 / 64 Paul Williams (2nd Year) 2008 4 / 0 Career 4 / 0 TIGHT ENDS Alge Crumpler (5th Year) 2008 12 / Career 120 / No Yds Avg Lg TD GP Bo Scaife (4th Year) 2008 12 Career 58 Craig Stevens (Rookie) 2008/Career 12 / / / / GS 6 38 1 No 48 160 0 Yds 498 1,562 0 Avg 10.4 9.8 Lg 44 44 0 TD 2 7 0

2 7 24 143 7 34 105 19 229 0 0

31 69 453 2,111 68 367 1,298 290 3,554 0 0

15.5 9.9 18.9 14.8 9.7 10.8 12.4 15.3 15.5 -

21 21 56t 73 19 26 53 37 73 0 0

0 0 4 10 0 1 9 0 16 0 0

RUNNING BACKS AND FULLBACKS Quinton Ganther (1st Year) 2008 10 / 0 3 Career 14 / 0 3 Ahmard Hall (3rd Year) 2008 12 / 8 9 Career 37 / 19 33 Chris Henry (2nd Year) 2008 0 / 0 0 Career 7 / 0 6 Chris Johnson (Rookie) 2008/Career 12 / 11 35 LenDale White (3rd Year) 2008 12 / 1 4 Career 41 / 17 38

40 40 94 292 0 53 227 14 188

13.3 13.3 10.4 8.8 8.8 6.5 3.5 4.9

15 15 54 54 0 18 25 7 15

0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

12 105

20 336

207 4,419

10.4 13.2

28 63

1 36

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
Offensive Line Coach: Mike Munchak -- 15th NFL Season, 15th with Titans (12th as offensive line coach) Centers: Center Kevin Mawae is a 15-year veteran and six-time Pro Bowler. The former Seattle Seahawk and New York Jet was signed as an unrestricted free agent in 2006. After starting 16 games in 2006, he started the first 14 games of 2007 before a calf injury forced him to miss the final two regular season games and the team’s Wild Card Playoff Game. Leroy Harris, a fourth-round draft choice from N.C. State in 2007, played in five games as a rookie, primarily on special teams. Guards: The Titans have two new starters at guard this season – left guard Eugene Amano and right guard Jake Scott. The Titans turned to free agency to sign Scott from the Indianapolis Colts. He started 55 consecutive games from 2005-07 to end his career with the Colts. Amano has been an important contributor since his rookie year in 2004, backing up all three interior line positions. The former seventh-round pick received a contract extension in

Left Tackle Michael Roos has started every game during his career. 2007 and is now in his first season as a full-time starter. Leroy Harris and Daniel Loper serve as the primary back-ups at guard. Tackles: The starters at tackle are Michael Roos and David Stewart, bookend tackles who both were drafted in 2005 and received contract extensions during the 2008 offseason. Roos, a former second-round pick from Eastern Washington, started 15 games as a rookie at right tackle and every game since then on the left side. Stewart, a former fourth-rounder, has not missed a start since entering the lineup in 2006. Backing up Roos and Stewart are Daniel Loper and Mike Otto. Loper, a former fifth-round draft choice in 2005, played every game during the 2007 season on special teams and started the team’s playoff game at right guard. Otto was drafted in the seventh round in 2007 from Purdue and spent most of his rookie season on the practice squad.

TITANS OFFENSIVE LINE - 2008 & CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
Player (NFL exp.) Centers Leroy Harris (2) Kevin Mawae (15) Guards Eugene Amano (4) Jake Scott (5) Tackles Daniel Loper (4) Mike Otto (1) Michael Roos (4) David Stewart (4) GP 12 12 2008 GS 0 12 GP 17 222 Career GS 0 219

12 12

12 12

75 72

20 69

12 0 12 12

0 0 12 12

36 0 60 42

0 0 60 42

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LINEBACKERS
Asst. Head Coach/Linebackers: Dave McGinnis -- 23rd NFL Season, 5th with Titans Starting right outside linebacker Keith Bulluck is in his ninth NFL season. The team’s third all-time leading tackler led the Titans with a careerhigh five interceptions in 2007 and added 109 tackles. It was his fifth consecutive season with 100 or more stops. Bulluck has not missed a start from 2002-07. At left outside linebacker, David Thornton returns for his seventh NFL season after recording one of the best campaigns of his career in 2007. The former unrestricted free agent from the Indianapolis Colts led the team with 140 tackles, the second-highest total of his career. Ryan Fowler was the team’s starting middle linebacker for 14 games in 2007, his first season with the Titans, before landing on injured reserve with a shoulder injury. The fifth-year pro from Duke was signed during the 2007 offseason as a restricted free agent from the Dallas Cowboys. Stephen Tulloch, a fourth-round draft choice in 2006, has the versatility to play all three linebacker positions. He also served as one of the leaders of Tennessee’s special teams units during his first two seasons. Other members of the Titans linebacking corps include Josh Stamer, who is in his first year with the Titans after spending his first five NFL seasons as a special teams standout with the Buffalo Bills; Stanford Keglar, a fourthround draft choice from Purdue; Colin Allred, a first-year player who spent most of 2007 on the practice squad before being elevated to the active roster in December; and Ken Amato, a sixth-year player who primarily serves as the team’s long snapper.

TITANS LINEBACKERS - 2008 & CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
GP / GS Colin Allred (1st Year) 2008 8 / 0 Career 11 / 0 Ken Amato (6th Year) 2008 12 / 0 Career 73 / 0 Keith Bulluck (9th Year) 2008 12 / 12 Career 139 / 112 Ryan Fowler (5th Year) 2008 12 / 4 Career 58 / 21 Stanford Keglar (Rookie) 2008/Career 9 / 0 Josh Stamer (6th Year) 2008 12 / 0 Career 82 / 0 David Thornton (7th Year) 2008 12 / 12 Career 107 / 88 Stephen Tulloch (3rd Year) 2008 12 / 8 Career 44 / 12 TACKLES . . . Tot Solo Asst 0 0 0 7 95 1122 22 114 0 0 15 70 726 70 143 0 0 0 5 63 733 11 66 0 0 9 47 476 45 96 0 0 0 2 32 389 11 48 0 0 6 23 250 25 47 Sk 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Yds 0 0 0 0 QBP TFL 0 0 0 0 2 46 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 49 2 5 0 0 0 5 18 2 5 No 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 1 INTERCEPTIONS . . . Yds Lg TD PD 0 0 0 0 0 147 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 54 0 2 0 0 0 2 19 2 4 FF 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 2 0 0 0 1 8 0 0 FUMBLES . . . FR Yds SpT 0 0 0 0 1 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 148 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 8 12 2 33 0 28 6 46 8 14 104 0 42 3 31

0.5 3.5 18.0 119.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.0 0.0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 1

CORNERBACKS
Defensive Backs Coach: Chuck Cecil -- 8th NFL Season, 8th with Titans (2nd as defensive backs coach) Cornerback Cortland Finnegan is entering his third NFL season and second as the team’s full-time starter at right cornerback. In 2007, the former seventh-round draft choice from Samford led the squad with 16 passes defensed and was tied for third on the team with 109 tackles. Left cornerback Nick Harper, the senior-most member of the starting secondary, is in his eighth NFL season and second campaign with the Titans. In 2007, he tied for second on the team with three interceptions. Harper, who joined the Titans after spending the first six years of his NFL career with the Indianapolis Colts, was signed as an unrestricted free agent during the 2007 offseason. The Titans signed 12th-year veteran Tyrone Poole on Nov. 22, 2008. Poole was originally a first-round draft choice out of Fort Valley State by the Carolina Panthers in 1995. He has previous experience with the Panthers, Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos, New England Patriots and Oakland Raiders. During the 2008 offseason, the Titans signed versatile defensive back Chris Carr as a restricted free agent. He played in every game with the Oakland Raiders in his first three NFL seasons and became the club’s all-time kickoff return leader. Two members of the Titans secondary were placed on injured reserve on Nov. 22, 2008: Reynaldo Hill, a fourth-year pro and former seventhround draft choice, and fourth-year veteran Eric King, who spent his first NFL season with the Buffalo Bills in 2005 and was claimed off waivers by the Titans just prior to the start of the 2006 season. 40

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Defensive Backs Coach: Chuck Cecil -- 8th NFL Season, 8th with Titans (2nd as defensive backs coach); Asst. Secondary Coach: Marcus Robertson -- 2nd NFL Season, 2nd with Titans Strong safety Chris Hope is in his third season with the Titans and seventh NFL season. He started the first 11 games of the 2007 season before landing on injured reserve with a neck injury in December. His season statistics included 60 tackles and two interceptions. The former Florida State product spent his first four seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers before joining the Titans as an unrestricted free agent. Michael Griffin is entering his first full season as the team’s starting free safety. A first-round draft choice from the University of Texas in 2007, he moved into the starting lineup during his rookie campaign and totaled 49 tackles, three interceptions, eight passes defensed, one forced fumble and a team-high 16 special teams tackles. Fourth-year veteran Vincent Fuller is in his second full season as the team’s nickel defensive back. In 16 games in 2007, the former fourth-round pick from Virginia Tech recorded 35 tackles, one sack and two interceptions that were returned for touchdowns. Sixth-year safety Donnie Nickey has established himself as one of the team’s top special teams performers and a dependable reserve in the defensive backfield during his career. He played every game in 2007 and posted eight tackles and one fumble recovery on special teams. The Titans signed second-year veteran Tuff Harris off their practice squad on Nov. 22, 2008. Harris, a product of Montana, spent the 2007 season with the Miami Dolphins.

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GP / GS TACKLES . . . Tot Solo Asst Sk Yds QBP TFL No INTERCEPTIONS . . . Yds Lg TD PD FF FUMBLES . . . FR Yds SpT

CORNERBACKS Chris Carr (4th Year) 2008 12 / 1 22 14 Career 60 / 5 71 53 Cortland Finnegan (3rd Year) 2008 12 / 12 65 50 Career 44 / 30 231 181 Nick Harper (8th Year) 2008 10 / 9 57 50 Career 113 / 83 520 415 Reynaldo Hill (4th Year - Injured Reserve) 2008 5 / 0 0 0 Career 48 / 26 119 94 Eric King (4th Year - Injured Reserve) 2008 10 / 1 10 9 Career 52 / 3 60 44 Tyrone Poole (12th Year) 2008 1 / 0 1 1 Career 143 / 112 505 436 SAFETIES Vincent Fuller (4th Year) 2008 12 / 1 Career 46 / 1 Michael Griffin (2nd Year) 2008 12 / 12 Career 28 / 22 Tuff Harris (2nd Year) 2008 2 / 0 Career 3 / 0 Chris Hope (7th Year) 2008 12 / 12 Career 101 / 71 Donnie Nickey (6th Year) 2008 12 / 0 Career 88 / 6

8 18 15 50 7 105 0 25 1 16 0 69

0.0 0.0 1.0 4.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 6.0

0 0 2 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45

0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 2 4 0 3 0 0 2 3 0 0

1 2 5 6 2 20 0 6 0 0 0 18

0 0 100 100t 100 114 11 282 0 108 0 0 0 231 99t 99t 11 75t 0 52 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

4 9 18 41 14 85 0 16 3 7 0 140

0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 9

0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 5

0 0 0 92 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

11 16 0 19 0 21 4 18 5 26 0 8

32 82 64 113 0 0 75 479 0 36

26 64 40 74 0 0 56 357 0 30

6 18 24 39 0 0 19 122 0 6

0.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 1.0

0 7 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 5 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 3

0 2 2 3 0 0 3 4 0 0

0 2 4 7 0 0 4 15 0 0

0 137 21 24 0 0 53 304 0 0

0 76t 15 15 0 0 39 61t 0 0

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

4 10 7 15 0 0 7 43 0 1

1 3 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0

3 18 14 30 2 2 0 0 11 62

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
Defensive Line Coach: Jim Washburn -- 10th NFL Season, 10th with Titans Defensive Ends: Right defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch was voted to his second Pro Bowl at the conclusion of 2007, his seventh NFL season and third season with the Titans. He cracked the team’s all-time Top 10 in sacks with 31 takedowns over his first three seasons in Tennessee. In 2007, he led the team for the third consecutive year with 12 sacks and ranked second on the team with 115 tackles. The former Nebraska product has led the team in sacks and recorded at least 100 tackles in each season since signing with the team as an unrestricted free agent from the Arizona Cardinals in 2005. Left defensive end Jevon Kearse was re-signed by the Titans in March 2008, re-uniting the three-time Pro Bowler with the club that drafted him in 1999. A veteran of nine previous NFL seasons, the former first-round draft choice spent the past four years in Philadelphia after beginning his career with the Titans. The former University of Florida star led his team in sacks in six of his first seven NFL seasons. He won the Associated Press NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Award in 1999 after setting a rookie record with 14.5 sacks. Dave Ball was signed as a free agent during the 2008 offseason. The fourth-year player from UCLA was originally drafted in the fourth round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers. He spent time with the Chargers, New York Jets and Carolina Panthers prior to joining the Titans. Defensive end Jacob Ford, a sixth-round draft choice out of Central 41

Arkansas in 2007, was placed on injured reserve during his rookie preseason with an Achilles injury. William Hayes was drafted by the Titans in the fourth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He recorded 15 sacks in his four-year career at Winston-Salem State. Defensive Tackles: The 6-6, 320-pound Albert Haynesworth had arguably his best year in 2007, his sixth NFL season. The right defensive tackle was named to his first Pro Bowl after registering a career-high six sacks, 69 tackles, 23 quarterback pressures, six tackles for loss and three passes defensed. Haynesworth was originally drafted by the Titans from the University of Tennessee in the first round of the 2002 NFL Draft. Left defensive tackle Tony Brown was signed as a free agent in October 2006 after previous stints in Carolina, Miami and San Francisco. In 2007, his third NFL season, the Chattanooga native started all 16 games and finished fifth on the team with a career-high 83 tackles. He was signed to a multi-year contract extension during the 2007 season. Rookie Jason Jones was drafted by the Titans in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft. Jones, who also has the ability to play defensive end, recorded 14 sacks and 174 tackles in his four-year career at Eastern Michigan. Third-year defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson is in his first full season in Tennessee. He was promoted from the practice squad during the 2007 season. He gained previous experience with the Miami Dolphins and served a stint in NFL Europa in 2007.

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TITANS DEFENSIVE LINEMEN - 2008 & CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
GP / GS DEFENSIVE ENDS Dave Ball (4th Year) 2008 12 / 1 Career 33 / 1 Jacob Ford (2nd Year) 2008 10 / 2 Career 10 / 2 William Hayes (Rookie) 2008/Career 5 / 0 Jevon Kearse (10th Year) 2008 12 / 12 Career 123 / 114 Kyle Vanden Bosch (8th Year) 2008 9 / 9 Career 92 / 77 TACKLES . . . Tot Solo Asst Sk Yds QBP TFL No INTERCEPTIONS . . . Yds Lg TD PD FF FUMBLES . . . FR Yds SpT

40 50 25 25 10 38 482 41 467

18 25 14 14 7 28 301 14 250

22 25 11 11 3 10 181 27 217

4.5 23.5 4.5 23.5 4.0 4.0 0.0 2.5 72.0 37 37 0 11.5 360

10 10 6 6 2 14 145 16 96

0 0 1 1 0 5 5 0 26

1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

15 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

15t 15t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 5 2 2 1 2 31 0 3

1 1 2 2 0 2 31 3 12

0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 9

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4.5 25 40.5 258.5

DEFENSIVE TACKLES Tony Brown (4th Year) 2008 11 / 11 57 Career 56 / 33 218 Albert Haynesworth (7th Year) 2008 12 / 12 64 Career 88 / 72 443 Jason Jones (Rookie) 2008/Career 9 / 1 36 Kevin Vickerson (3rd Year) 2008 7 / 0 23 Career 11 / 0 26

34 130 40 262 19 10 12

23 88 24 181 17 13 14

3.5 10.0

18 57

17 52 19 117 7 4 4

8 21 6 46 1 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 11 1 12 2 1 1

0 1 4 7 0 0 0

1 3 0 2 0 1 1

4 44 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

8.5 52.5 24.0 155.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 9.5 7.5 7.5

SPECIALISTS OVERVIEW
Special Teams Coach: Alan Lowry -- 28th NFL Season, 13th with Titans (10th as special teams coach) Kickers: Kicker Rob Bironas is in his fourth NFL season. In 2007, he was voted to his first Pro Bowl. The former Arena League standout was 35-of-39 on field goals and 28-of-28 on PATs. He led the NFL in made field goals and was second in the AFC and third in the NFL in scoring among kickers with 133 points. He made 19 consecutive field goals from Oct. 14-Nov. 25, including an NFL-record eight field goals at Houston on Oct. 21. On kickoffs, he was third in the NFL with 16 touchbacks. Punters: Craig Hentrich completed his 14th NFL season and 10th campaign with the Titans in 2007. The franchise’s all-time leader in career punts recorded a 42.0-yard average (36.5 net) on 70 punts. He became the 17th punter in NFL history to reach 1,000 punts. Of active punters, only the Giants’ Jeff Feagles has more career punts than Hentrich, who is 14th on the NFL’s all-time list. Hentrich also serves as the team’s primary holder on field goals and extra point attempts, with Donnie Nickey backing him up. Returners: During the 2008 offseason, the Titans signed Chris Carr as a restricted free agent from the Oakland Raiders. The former Boise State standout possesses the ability to handle punt return and kickoff return duties for the Titans. In his first three NFL seasons with the Oakland Raiders, he became the club’s all-time kickoff return leader. In 2007, he fielded 59 kickoffs for 1,327 yards (22.5 avg.) and added eight punt returns for 52 yards (6.5 avg.) In 2007, fourth-round draft pick Chris Davis led the team with 31 punt returns for 293 yards (9.5 avg.). Michael Griffin led the team with 18 kickoff returns for 422 yards (23.4 avg.). Wide receiver Brandon Jones and rookies Chris Johnson and Lavelle Hawkins also serve as returners for the Titans. Long-Snappers: The team’s primary long snapper is sixth-year veteran Ken Amato. The former Montana State player has been with the club since 2003. Backing up Amato at long snapper is starting center Kevin Mawae.

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SPECIALISTS OVERVIEW
TITANS SPECIALISTS - 2008 & CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
GP / GS KICKERS Rob Bironas (4th Year) 2008 12 / 0 Career 60 / 0 PAT Ma Att Ma FG Att Pct 1-19 20-29 Ma Att Ma Att 30-39 Ma Att 40-49 Ma Att 50+ Ma Att Blk LG Pts KICKOFFS No InEZ TB

32 122

32 124 Yds

24 104

27 88.9 123 84.6 Avg Ret

0 0

0 0 Yds

4 34

4 37

6 31 TB

6 32 In

14 32 Lg

17 42 Blk

0 7

0 12 Net

0 0

49 60

104 434

68 36 17 281 126 54

GP / GS No. PUNTERS Craig Hentrich (15th Year) 2008 12 / 0 65 Career 235 / 0 1119

R Avg

2812 47946

43.3 42.8

25 483

243 3913

9.7 8.1

8 137

22 391

75 78

0 3

37.1 36.8

GP / GS

No

FC

Punt Returns Yds Avg Lg

TD

No

Kickoff Returns Yds Avg Lg

TD

RETURNERS Chris Carr (4th Year) 2008 12 / 1 26 Career 60 / 5 103 Chris Davis (2nd Year) 2008 4 / 0 2 Career 16 / 0 33 Lavelle Hawkins (Rookie) 2008 9 / 1 0

16 42 0 12 0

239 693 6 299 0

9.2 6.7 3.0 9.1 -

34 35 9 39 0

0 0 0 0 0

28 229 0 2 7

785 5626 0 37 130

28.0 24.6 18.5 18.6

52 62 0 19 23

0 0 0 0 0

WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN 2008
Entering his 14th full season as head coach (with six games in 1994 as interim head coach), Jeff Fisher maintains his status as the active head coach with the NFL’s longest continuous tenure with one team. Head Coach Jeff Fisher can become only the third head coach since the NFL merger in 1970 to start his career with a franchise and go on to coach 14 full seasons with the same team. The other two coaches are Hall of Famer Joe Gibbs (16 seasons with Washington) and Bill Cowher (15 with Pittsburgh). With three more wins, Jeff Fisher will move into a tie with Weeb Ewbank (134 career wins) for 21st place on the NFL’s all-time head coaching wins list. The Titans will look to capture a playoff berth in consecutive seasons for the first time since 2002-03. The Titans offense will try to finish in the top five in the NFL in rushing for the third consecutive season. The Titans offense will try to produce a 1,000-yard running back for the 11th time in the past 13 seasons. With 1,145 passing yards in 2008, Vince Young will become just the fifth quarterback in franchise history to throw for 6,000 career passing yards. QB Kerry Collins became the 15th player in NFL history to record 35,000 career passing yards. RB LenDale White (1,930 career rushing yards) will move into 10th place on the Titans’ all-time rushing list with 395 more rushing yards in 2008. RB LenDale White can become the first player since Eddie George in 2002-03 to post back-to-back 1,000-yard rushing campaigns. C Kevin Mawae will attempt to make his seventh Pro Bowl roster in 15 NFL seasons. C Kevin Mawae will play in his 225th career NFL game with four more games played in 2008. TE Alge Crumpler needs 14 more receptions in 2008 to reach 350 career catches. WR Brandon Jones notched his 100th career reception this season. DE Kyle Vanden Bosch needs 34 more tackles in 2008 to reach 500 for his career. DE Kyle Vanden Bosch can become the first player since Ray Childress from 1986-89 to lead the team in sacks for four consecutive seasons. DE Kyle Vanden Bosch (35.5 sacks with Titans) will rank eighth on the team’s all-time sack list with 9.5 more sacks in 2008. DE Jevon Kearse (50 sacks with the Titans) will take over fifth place on the team’s all-time sack list with nine more sacks. With three more sacks in 2008, DE Jevon Kearse will notch 75 career sacks. LB Keith Bulluck registered his 1,100th career tackle this season. CB Nick Harper reached 500 career tackles during the 2008 season. CB Nick Harper needs one more interception to record his sixth consecutive season with three or more interceptions. K Rob Bironas can become the first Titans player since Al Del Greco (1992-00) to lead the team in scoring for four consecutive seasons. K Rob Bironas (434 career points) will take over fifth place on the team’s all-time scoring list with with five more points. K Rob Bironas reached 100 field goals for his career this season. P Craig Hentrich (235 career games played) will move into a tie for fifth place on the NFL’s all-time games played list for punters if he plays in all 16 games in 2008. P Craig Hentrich took over ninth place on the NFL’s all-time punts list, surpassing Mark Royals.

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TITANS OFFENSIVE & DEFENSIVE RANKINGS BY THE WEEK
Offensive rankings in 2008 by the week based on yardage, followed by yearly rankings since 1999: After NFL Offense Week Opp. Tot Rush 1 Jax 17 13 2 at Cin 19T 7 3 Hou 18 7 4 Min 23 8 5 at Bal 25 13 6 Bye 24 12 7 at KC 20 4 8 Ind 23 4 9 GB 21 4 10 at Chi 21 6 11 at Jax 20 7 12 NYJ 23 9 13 at Det 18 6 14 Cle 15 at Hou 16 Pit 17 at Ind Final yearly team rankings: Titans in 2007 21 5 Titans in 2006 27 5 Titans in 2005 17 23 Titans in 2004 11 14 Titans in 2003 8 26 Titans in 2002 17 11 Titans in 2001 8 12 Titans in 2000 14 7 Titans in 1999 13 13 AFC Offense Rush 5 3 3 4 4 5 1 1 1 2 2 4 2 Defensive rankings in 2008 by the week based on yardage, followed by yearly rankings since 1999: After NFL Defense Week Opp. Tot Rush Pass 1 Jax 3 1 8T 2 at Cin 3 2 9 3 Hou 3 10 3 4 Min 5 8 8 5 at Bal 5 11 7 6 Bye 5 13 6 7 at KC 3 8 5 8 Ind 4 10 4 9 GB 7 10 12 10 at Chi 5 8 12 11 at Jax 6 10 6 12 NYJ 7 15T 7 13 at Det 5 12 4 14 Cle 15 at Hou 16 Pit 17 at Ind Final yearly team rankings: Titans in 2007 5 5 10 Titans in 2006 32 30 27 Titans in 2005 19 22 17 Titans in 2004 27 18 26 Titans in 2003 12 1 30 Titans in 2002 10 2 25 Titans in 2001 25 5 31 Titans in 2000 1 3 1 Titans in 1999 17 10 25 AFC Defense Rush Pass 1 5 1 6 4 3 4 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 4 5 5 2 6T 3 5 3

Pass 19 23 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 27 25 24 24

Tot 7 7 5 10 11 11 8 10 9 9 9 10 7

Pass 9 11 9 9 11 11 12 13 14 13 11 12 12

Tot 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

27 30 9 10 5 20 8T 16 13T

10 12 10 6 4 9 5 8 6

3 3 12 10 14 7 8 6 9

14 15 5 5 3 11 4 8 5T

4 16 10 13 9 5 15 1 12

3 15 11 11 1 2 3 2 6

9 15 7 12 15 13 16 1 15

TITANS ROSTER BY EXPERIENCE
Underline - Started six or more games for Titans in 2007. * Started six or more games for another NFL team in 2007 Justin McCareins* Kyle Vanden Bosch 7TH YEAR Albert Haynesworth Chris Hope David Thornton 6TH YEAR Ken Amato Justin Gage Donnie Nickey Chris Simms Josh Stamer 5TH YEAR Eugene Amano Ryan Fowler Jake Scott* 4TH YEAR LB Dave Ball Rob Bironas Tony Brown Chris Carr Vincent Fuller DE K DT DB S WR DE Reynaldo Hill (IR) Brandon Jones Eric King (IR) Daniel Loper Michael Roos Bo Scaife David Stewart 3RD YEAR Cortland Finnegan Ahmard Hall Stephen Tulloch Kevin Vickerson LenDale White Vince Young 2ND YEAR Chris Davis Jacob Ford Michael Griffin Leroy Harris Tuff Harris Chris Henry Paul Williams CB WR CB T/G T TE T 1ST YEAR Colin Allred Quinton Ganther Mike Otto Ulrich Winkler (IR) LB RB T DT

DT S LB

15TH YEAR Craig Hentrich Kevin Mawae 14TH YEAR Kerry Collins 12TH YEAR Tyrone Poole 10TH YEAR Jevon Kearse* 9TH YEAR Keith Bulluck 8TH YEAR Alge Crumpler* Nick Harper

P/K C

QB

LB/LS WR S QB LB

CB FB LB DT RB QB

ROOKIE DRAFT PICKS Lavelle Hawkins WR William Hayes DE Chris Johnson RB Jason Jones DL Stanford Keglar LB Craig Stevens TE ROOKIE FREE AGENTS Rafael Little (NFI) RB as of Dec. 1, 2008 NFI - Non-Football Injury List

CB

DE

C/G LB G

WR DE S G/C DB RB WR

TE CB

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THIS WEEK’S MEDIA CALENDAR

2 Tuesday
No Media Access

3 Wednesday 4 Thursday
Practice 11:30 a.m.; Jeff Fisher available, locker room open following practice Conference Calls 9:45 a.m. CT - Jeff Fisher with Cleveland media 10:50 a.m. CT - Titans player with Cleveland media 10:30 a.m. CT Romeo Crennel with Tennessee media 10:45 a.m. CT Browns player with Tennessee media Practice 11:30 a.m.; Jeff Fisher available, locker room open following practice

5 Friday
Practice 11:30 a.m.; Jeff Fisher available, locker room open following practice

6 Saturday
No Media Access

7 Sunday
Titans vs. Browns Noon CT

8 Monday
Jeff Fisher Press Conference 3:00 p.m. CT

NEXT WEEK vs. HOUSTON TEXANS
The Titans play their second-to-last road game of the regular season next week, traveling to Houston to face the division rival Texans. Kickoff at Reliant Stadium is scheduled for noon CST on Sunday, Dec. 14. The Titans-Texans rivalry is now in its seventh year and has quickly developed into one of the Titans’ most meaningful match-ups. Under owner K.S. “Bud” Adams Jr., the Titans existed as the Houston Oilers from 196096. In Houston, the Oilers won the first two American Football League Championships and made a total of 15 playoff appearances. The team moved to Tennessee in 1997 and in 1999 adopted the “Titans” moniker. Adams still makes his home in Houston. Later Houston was awarded an expansion franchise, and the Texans began play upon the formation of the AFC South in 2002. The Titans are 11-2 in their 13 all-time meetings with the Texans, including a current seven-game winning streak in the series. In Week 3 this season, the Texans traveled to LP Field. The Titans pulled out a 31-12 victory, as cornerback Cortland Finnegan sealed the outcome with a 99-yard interception return for a touchdown. The interception return was part of a larger defensive effort that created three turnovers and three sacks and limited the Texans to a combined 23.8 percent (five of 21) on third and fourth down. After hosting the division rival Jacksonville Jaguars on Dec. 1, the 4-7 Texans will travel to Lambeau Field to face the Packers on Dec. 7.

MEDIA CONTACT INFO
Media Relations Staff: Director of Media Relations Robbie Bohren (615) 565-4101 rbohren@titans.nfl.com Asst. Director of Media Relations Dwight Spradlin (615) 565-4102 dspradlin@titans.nfl.com Media Relations Assistant Jared Puffer (615) 565-4107 jpuffer@titans.nfl.com Media Relations Season Intern Brendan Reed (615) 565-4103 breed@titans.nfl.com Dir. of Internet and Publications Gary Glenn (615) 565-4058 gglenn@titans.nfl.com Site Address: Baptist Sports Park 460 Great Circle Road Nashville, TN 37228 Media-Only Website: media.titansonline.com (username and password available through Titans media relations) Phone: (615) 565-4000 (main) (615) 565-4100 (media relations) (615) 565-4105 (fax)

TELEVISION RATINGS
2008 regular season TV ratings in the Nashville market (all games Sunday noon unless otherwise noted): Local Rating/Share 25.7/44 30.2/51 28.1/49 26.6/48 28.4/52 28.4/52 46.2/61 34.7/58 34.7/58 38.5/55 34.0/56 32.3/53 28.6/49 23.0/42 21.8/42 Weekly Rank 1 1-a 1 1 1-a 1 1-b 1-c 1-a 1-a 1

Date/Opponent Network 9/7 vs. Jacksonville CBS 9/14 at Cincinnati CBS 9/21 vs. Houston CBS 9/28 vs. Minnesota FOX 10/5 at Baltimore CBS 10/19 at Kansas City CBS 10/27 vs. Indianapolis ESPN/WKRN 11/2 vs. Green Bay FOX 11/9 at Chicago CBS 11/16 at Jacksonville CBS 11/23 vs. N.Y. Jets CBS 2008 Regular Season Average 2007 Regular Season Average 2006 Regular Season Average 2005 Regular Season Average

a - Postgame “bonus coverage” window rated higher than the game rating displayed here. b - Oct. 27 Monday night game ranked among programs from Oct. 27 (Mon.) through Nov. 2 (Sun.). c - Weekly ranking does not include Oct. 27 Monday night game

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TITANS ON THE AIR
Regular season TV and radio schedule of Titans-related programming in Nashville (all times central)*: Television: Titans All Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fridays 9:30-10 p.m., CW-Ch. 58 Saturdays 2:30-3 p.m., MyTV-Ch. 30 Saturdays 9:30-10 p.m., FOX-Ch. 17 Titans on 2 with Jeff Fisher . . . . . . Tuesdays 7-8 p.m., WKRN-Ch. 2 Radio: Titans Radio’s Jeff Fisher Show . . Tuesdays 6-7 p.m., 103.3-FM WKDF Titans Radio pregame coverage . . Sundays** 9 a.m., 103.3-FM WKDF Titans Countdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sundays** 11 a.m., 103.3-FM WKDF * Check local listings for stations and times outside the Nashville market. ** Titans Radio listings for Sunday noon CT kickoff.

“TITANS ALL ACCESS”
"Titans All Access," the team’s official magazine-style TV show, returns for its sixth season in August 2008. The 30-minute program is co-hosted by "The Voice of the Titans" and six-time Tennessee Sportscaster of the Year Mike Keith along with Titans general manager Mike Reinfeldt. The show brings Titans fans on- and off-the-field stories about the team, “wired for sound” features with players and coaches, one-on-one chats with Keith and team members, and exlusive weekly insight from Reinfeldt. “Titans All Access” airs across the Mid-South. The show is produced by Nashville’s Fox 17 and is broadcast on the station each Saturday night at 9:30 p.m. It also airs in Nashville on CW 58 Fridays at 9:30 p.m. and on MyTV 30 Saturday afternoons immediately following SEC Football (approximately 2:30 pm). It also airs in the Birmingham, Chattanooga, Huntsville, Jacksonv, Knoxville, Memphis, Paducah and Tri-Cities areas. See the listings below for “Titans All Access” affiliates in other markets. “TITANS ALL ACCESS” AFFILIATES AND BROADCAST TIMES*:
FM AM FM AM FM AM AM AM 98.3 1400 103.9 640 105.7 1060 930 1340

TITANS RADIO AFFILIATES
TITANS RADIO FLAGSHIP
Nashville TN WKDF FM 103.3 Pulaski Shelbyville Spencer Tri Cities Union City Waverly Waynesboro Winchester TN TN TN TN TN TN TN TN WKSR WZNG WTRZ WXSM WQAK WQMV WWON WCDT

Nashville • FOX 17 • MyTV 30 • CW 58

TENNESSEE
Ashland City TN Camden TN Camden TN Carthage TN Centerville TN Centerville TN Chattanooga TN Chattanooga TN Clarksville TN Columbia TN Cookeville TN Crossville TN Dickson TN Dyersburg TN Fayetteville TN Franklin TN Hartsville TN Jackson TN Knoxville TN La Follette TN Lawrenceburg TN Lawrenceburg TN Lebanon TN Lebanon TN Lewisburg TN Manchester TN Martin TN Martin TN McKenzie TN McMinnville TN Memphis TN Morristown TN Nashville TN Paris TN Paris TN Parsons TN Portland TN WQSV WFWL WRJB WUCZ WNKX WNKX WGOW WGOW WJZM WMCP WBXE WPBX WDKN WASL WYTM WAKM WTNK WZDQ WNOX WQLA WDXE WDXE WANT WCOR WAXO WMSR WCMT WCMT WHDM WTRZ WXMX WCRK WKDF WMUF WMUF WKJQ WQKR AM AM FM FM FM AM AM FM AM AM FM FM AM FM FM AM AM FM FM FM AM FM FM AM AM AM FM AM AM FM FM AM FM AM FM FM AM 790 1220 95.9 104.1 96.7 1570 1150 102.3 1400 1280 93.7 99.3 1260 100.1 105.5 950 1090 102.3 100.3 104.9 1370 106.7 98.9 1490 1220 1320 101.3 1410 1440 107.7 98.1 1150 103.3 1000 104.7 97.3 1270

Sat., 9:30 p.m. CDT Sat., 2:30 p.m. CDT (after SEC football) Fri., 9:30 p.m. CDT

Knoxville • CBS 8 • MyVLT 2 Memphis • MyTV 50 Paducah • MyTV 49 Tri-Cities • FOX 39

Sat., 11:35 p.m. EDT (to be determined)

Sat., 5 p.m. CDT

Birmingham • MyTV 68 Sat., 10 p.m. CDT Chattanooga • CBS 12 Sat., 11:30 p.m. EDT Huntsville • FOX 54 Sat., 6:30 p.m. CDT Jackson • E+ TV 6

Sat., 9:30 a.m. CDT

ALABAMA
Arab Birmingham Florence Huntsville Scottsboro Sylacauga AL AL AL AL AL AL WAFN WJOX WQLT WRTT WWIC WFEB FM FM FM FM AM AM 92.7 100.5 107.3 95.1 1050 1340

Sun., 11:30 a.m. EDT

* Times subject to change Visit titansonline.com for updated listings.

ARKANSAS
Stuttgart AR KWAK FM 105.5

Fri., 10 p.m. CDT Sat., 12 p.m. CDT Sat., 5 p.m. CDT Sun., 11 a.m. CDT

KENTUCKY
Bowling GreenKY Cadiz KY Calvert City KY Campbellsville KY Elizabethtown KY Elkton KY Henderson KY Leitchfield KY Leitchfield KY Madisonville KY Mayfield KY Murray KY Murray KY Owensboro KY Paducah KY Paducah KY Princeton KY WPTQ WKDZ WCCK WTCO WIEL WEKT WSON WMTL WKHG WWKY WNGO WNBS WRKY WOMI WKYX WPAD WAVJ FM FM FM AM AM AM AM AM FM FM AM AM AM AM AM AM FM 103.7 106.5 95.7 1450 1400 1070 860 870 104.9 97.7 1320 1340 1130 1490 570 1560 104.9

MISSISSIPPI
Jackson MS WPBQ AM 1240

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2008 TENNESSEE TITANS PLAYER PARTICIPATION
12/14 @ Hou 11/16 @ Jax 11/27 @ Det 12/28 @ Ind 10/19 @ KC 9/14 @ Cin 11/9 @ Chi 10/5 @ Bal 11/23 NYJ 9/21 Hou 10/27 Ind 12/21 Pit

9/28 Min

12/7 Cle

11/2 GB

9/7 Jax

GP
8 12 12 12 0 12 0 12 11 12 12 12 4 0 12 10 12 12 9 10 12 0 12 10 12 2 9 5 12 0 12 5 12 0 12 12 9 12 9 10 0 12 0 12 10 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 1 12 12 12 0 12 12 12 12 12 9 0 7 12 0 4 0 2

GS
0 12 0 1 0 0 0 12 11 1 11 12 0 0 12 2 4 1 8 0 12 0 8 9 0 0 1 0 12 0 0 0 12 0 11 5 1 12 0 1 0 0 0 12 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 6 12 0 0 1 12 12 8 9 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

DNP
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

IA
4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 7 0 12 0 5 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 12 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 5 0 0 8 0 3

Allred, Colin Amano, Eugene Amato, Ken Ball, Dave Bennett, Charles Bironas, Rob Blakley, Dwayne Bulluck, Keith Brown, Tony Carr, Chris Collins, Kerry Crumpler, Alge Davis, Chris Ealy, Biren Finnegan, Cortland Ford, Jacob Fowler, Ryan Fuller, Vincent Gage, Justin Ganther, Quinton Griffin, Michael Gordon, Amon Hall, Ahmard Harper, Nick Harris, Leroy Harris, Tuff Hawkins, Lavelle Hayes, William Haynesworth, Albert Henry, Chris Hentrich, Craig Hill, Reynaldo Hope, Ch i H Chris Johnson, Antonio Johnson, Chris Jones, Brandon Jones, Jason Kearse, Jevon Keglar, Stanford King, Eric Little, Rafael Loper, Daniel Martin, Ingle Mawae, Kevin McCareins, Justin Miller, Josh Mulligan, Matthew Murphy, Jason Nickey, Donnie Otto, Mike Parsons, Preston Petrowski, Jamie Poole, Tyrone Roos, Michael Scaife, Bo Scott, Jake Simms, Chris Stamer, Josh Stevens, Craig Stewart, David Thornton, David Tulloch, Stephen Vanden Bosch, Kyle Velasco, Fernando Vickerson, Kevin White, LenDale Williams, Cary Williams, Paul Winkler, Ulrich Young, Vince

P LG P P X P IA RLB LDT P P TE DNP PS RCB P MLB P WR IA FS X FB LCB P PS IA IA RDT IA P IA SS PS RB P P LDE IA P NFI P PS C WR X X PS P IA X PS X LT P RG X P P RT LLB P RDE PS P P PS P IR QB

P LG P P X P X RLB LDT P QB TE P PS RCB IA MLB P WR IA FS X FB LCB P PS IA P RDT IA P P SS PS RB P P LDE IA P NFI P X C WR X X PS P IA PS PS X LT P RG DNP P P RT LLB P RDE PS P P PS IA IR IA

IA LG P P X P X RLB LDT P QB TE P PS RCB IA MLB P IA P FS X FB LCB P PS P P RDT IA P P SS PS P P P LDE P P NFI P X C WR X X PS P IA PS PS X LT TE RG DNP P P RT LLB P RDE PS IA RB PS IA IR IA

P LG P P X P X RLB LDT P QB TE P PS RCB P LB P WR P FS X FB P P PS IA IA RDT IA P P SS PS RB P P LDE IA P NFI P X C WR X X PS P IA PS PS X LT P RG DNP P P RT LLB MLB RDE PS IA P PS IA IR IA

P LG P P X P X RLB LDT P QB TE P PS RCB P P P IA P FS X FB LCB P PS P IA RDT IA P IA SS PS RB WR P LDE P P NFI P X C WR IA X PS P IA PS PS X LT P RG X P P RT LLB MLB RDE PS IA P PS IA IR DNP

P LG P P PS P X RLB IA P QB TE DNP PS RCB P P P IA P FS X FB LCB P PS P IA RDT IA P IA SS PS RB WR LT LDE P P NFI P X C IA X X PS P IA X PS X LT TE RG IA P P RT LLB MLB RDE PS P P PS P IR DNP

IA LG P P PS P X RLB LDT P QB TE IA PS RCB RDE P P P P FS X P LCB P PS WR P RDT IA P IA SS PS RB WR P LDE P P NFI P X C P X X PS P IA X PS X LT TE RG IA P P RT LLB MLB IA PS IA P PS P IR DNP

IA LG P P PS P X RLB LDT P QB TE IA PS RCB P P DB WR P FS X P LCB P PS P IA RDT IA P P SS PS RB P P LDE P P NFI P X C P X X PS P IA X PS X LT TE RG IA P TE RT LLB P RDE PS IA P PS IA IR DNP

IA LG P P PS P X RLB LDT P QB TE IA PS RCB RDE P P WR P FS PS FB LCB P PS P P RDT IA P IA SS X RB P P LDE P P NFI P X C WR X X PS P IA X PS X LT P RG IA P P RT LLB MLB IA PS P P PS IA IR DNP

P LG P RDE PS P X RLB LDT P QB TE IA PS RCB P P P WR P FS PS P IA P PS P P RDT IA P P SS X RB WR IA LDE P LCB NFI P X C IA X X PS P IA X PS X LT TE RG IA P P RT LLB MLB IA PS P P PS P IR DNP

P LG P P PS P X RLB LDT LCB QB TE IA PS RCB P P P WR P FS PS P IA P P P IA RDT IA P IR SS X RB P IA LDE P IR NFI P X C WR X PS PS P IA X X P LT TE RG IA P P RT LLB MLB RDE PS P P PS IA IR DNP

P LG P P PS P X RLB LDT P QB TE IA PS RCB P P P WR P FS PS FB LCB P P P IA RDT IA P IR SS X RB WR IA LDE P IR IR P X C P X PS PS P IA X X IA LT P RG IA P P RT LLB MLB RDE PS P P PS IA IR P

Starters indicated by position (QB, RB, MLB, etc.); P = played but did not start; DNP = active but did not play; IA = inactive for game; PS = practice squad; X = not on roster; IR = injured reserve; SUS = reserve/suspended; NFI = non-football injury; PUP = physically unable to perform

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2008 TITANS TRANSACTIONS
December 31 Signed free agent DT ERIC TAYLOR to a future contract January 2 Placed TE BO SCAIFE on injured reserve; signed TE JAMIE PETROWSKI to the active roster from the practice squad; signed TE LEONARD STEPHENS to the practice squad January 3 Signed free agents DE DAVE BALL and LB MATT MUNCY to future contracts January 4 Placed WR ROYDELL WILLIAMS on injured reserve; signed T MIKE OTTO to the active roster from the practice squad; signed free agent CB SHIRDONYA MITCHELL to a future contract January 7 Signed free agents CB MARQUICE COLE, G ENOKA LUCAS, C JASON MURPHY, TE LEONARD STEPHENS and QB PAUL THOMPSON to future contracts January 8 Signed free agent QB INGLE MARTIN to a future contract January 9 Signed free agent RB QUINTON GANTHER to a future contract January 11 Signed free agent DE ULRICH WINKLER to a future contract January 15 Signed free agent LB KURT CAMPBELL to a future contract January 17 Hired MIKE HEIMERDINGER as offensive coordinator January 28 Re-signed exclusive rights free agent DE SEAN CONOVER February 13 Waived WR RICHIE ROSS February 15 Asst. head coach/running backs SHERMAN SMITH is named offensive coordinator of the Washington Redskins February 20 DT ALBERT HAYNESWORTH designated as the Franchise Player February 27 Terminated vested veteran WR DAVID GIVENS March 3 Signed unrestricted free agent WR JUSTIN GAGE; signed free agent TE ALGE CRUMPLER March 6 Signed free agent DE JEVON KEARSE; hired EARNEST BYNER as running backs coach March 7 Terminated vested veteran CB KELLY HERNDON March 10 Signed unrestricted free agent G JAKE SCOTT March 17 Signed free agent WR JUSTIN McCAREINS March 18 Re-signed restricted free agent T DANIEL LOPER March 24 Signed unrestricted free agent TE DWAYNE BLAKLEY; resigned restricted free agent FB CASEY CRAMER March 26 Re-signed unrestricted free agent S DONNIE NICKEY March 27 Placed G BENJI OLSON on the reserve/retired list; signed exclusive rights free agent FB AHMARD HALL March 28 Signed unrestricted free agent LB JOSH STAMER; executed offer sheet with Raiders restricted free agent DB/KR CHRIS CARR April 2 Re-signed restricted free agent TE BO SCAIFE April 7 Acquired restricted free agent DB/KR CHRIS CARR after Oakland did not match offer sheet April 22 Re-signed restricted free agent CB REYNALDO HILL April 23 Re-signed restricted free agent S VINCENT FULLER April 25 Agreed to contract extension with T MICHAEL ROOS; signed free agent P JOSH MILLER April 26 Drafted RB CHRIS JOHNSON (first round, 24th overall) and DL JASON JONES (second round, 54th overall); traded CB PACMAN JONES to Dallas Cowboys for 2008 fourth-round selection and other considerations April 27 Drafted TE CRAIG STEVENS (third round, 85th overall), DE WILLIAM HAYES (fourth round, 103rd overall), WR LAVELLE HAWKINS (fourth round, 126th overall), LB STANFORD KEGLAR (fourth round, 134th overall) and CB CARY WILLIAMS (seventh round, 229th overall) May 2 Signed the following undrafted free agents: DT BARRY BOOKER, RB OMAR CUFF, LB JERRELL FREEMAN, S TONY JOINER, RB RAFAEL LITTLE, T BROCK PASTEUR, WR JASON RIVERS, C ERIC SCOTT, C/G FERNANDO VELASCO, WR EDWARD WILLIAMS May 8 Re-signed restricted free agent K ROB BIRONAS May 13 Re-signed restricted free agent T DAVID STEWART June 12 Signed rookie free agent S ROCKY SCHWARTZ June 13 Signed free agent G ISAAC SNELL; waived LB MATT MUNCY June 30 Extended contract of T DAVID STEWART Signed fourth-round draft choice WR LAVELLE HAWKINS and fourth-round draft choice LB STANFORD KEGLAR; waived CB SHIRDONYA MITCHELL and TE LEONARD STEPHENS July 21 Signed seventh-round draft choice CB CARY WILLIAMS; waived injured S ROCKY SCHWARTZ July 23 Signed third-round draft choice TE CRAIG STEVENS and fourth-round draft choice DE WILLIAM HAYES; waived DE BRYCE FISHER, LB JERRELL FREEMAN, WR JASON RIVERS, DT ERIC TAYLOR and QB PAUL THOMPSON July 25 Signed second-round draft choice DL JASON JONES; signed DT ALBERT HAYNESWORTH as franchise player; declared C/G FERNANDO VELASCO and WR ROYDELL WILLIAMS as physically unable to perform; declared RB RAFAEL LITTLE and CB CARY WILLIAMS non-football injury July 26 Signed first-round draft choice RB CHRIS JOHNSON; signed T/G BRANDON TORREY; waived T BROCK PASTEUR July 29 Waived injured DT ULRICH WINKLER; signed free agent DT ERIC TAYLOR; removed C/G FERNANDO VELASCO from physically unable to perform July 31 Waived C ERIC SCOTT and WR MIKE WILLIAMS; signed WR CHRIS DAVIS and K JOHN VAUGHN August 4 Removed CB CARY WILLIAMS from non-football injury list; removed WR ROYDELL WILLIAMS from physically unable to perform list August 15 Extended contract of CB CORTLAND FINNEGAN August 18 Waived injured LB KURT CAMPBELL; signed free agent LB JERRELL FREEMAN August 19 Terminated vested veteran P JOSH MILLER; signed DB TUFF HARRIS August 25 Waived DT BARRY BOOKER, WR CHRIS DAVIS (Wake Forest), T BRANDON TORREY; waived injured LB JORGE CORDOVA August 26 Placed RB RAFAEL LITTLE on Reserve/non-football injury list August 30 Terminated vested veteran FB CASEY CRAMER; waived FB JEREMY CAIN, CB MARQUICE COLE, DE SEAN CONOVER, RB OMAR CUFF, WR BIREN EALY, LB JERRELL FREEMAN, DB TUFF HARRIS, DT ANTONIO JOHNSON, S TONY JOINER, S CALVIN LOWRY, C/G ENOKA LUCAS, QB INGLE MARTIN, C/G JASON MURPHY, TE JAMIE PETROWSKI, G ISAAC SNELL, DT ERIC TAYLOR, K JOHN VAUGHN, C/G FERNANDO VELASCO, CB CARY WILLIAMS, WR EDWARD WILLIAMS and WR ROYDELL WILLIAMS August 31 Signed WR BIREN EALY, DB TUFF HARRIS, DT ANTONIO JOHNSON, QB INGLE MARTIN, C/G JASON MURPHY, TE JAMIE PETROWSKI, C/G FERNANDO VELASCO and CB CARY WILLIAMS to the practice squad September 10 Signed free agent QB CHRIS SIMMS; Waived TE DWAYNE BLAKLEY; Signed QB PRESTON PARSONS to the practice squad; Practice squad QB INGLE MARTIN signed to the Kansas City Chiefs active roster October 4 Signed free agent P JOSH MILLER; terminated vested veteran QB CHRIS SIMMS October 6 Signed free agent QB CHRIS SIMMS; terminated vested veteran P JOSH MILLER October 8 Signed DE CHARLES BENNETT to the practice squad; released QB PRESTON PARSONS from the practice squad November 4 Practice squad DT ANTONIO JOHNSON signed to the Indianapolis Colts active roster November 5 Signed DT AMON GORDON to the practice squad November 19 Practice squad TE JAMIE PETROWSKI signed to the Indianapolis Colts active roster; signed TE MATTHEW MULLIGAN to the practice squad November 22 Signed free agent CB TYRONE POOLE; signed DB TUFF HARRIS from the practice squad to the active roster; placed CB ERIC KING and CB REYNALDO HILL on injured reserve July 17

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How They Were Built
HOW THE TITANS WERE BUILT
YEAR
2008

DRAFTEES (27)
RB DL TE DE Chris Johnson (1) Jason Jones (2) Craig Stevens (3) William Hayes (4a)

FREE AGENTS (26)
DE TE DE G WR LB DB * RB QB CB CB Dave Ball (FA) Alge Crumpler (FA) Jevon Kearse (FA) Jake Scott (UFA-IND) Justin McCareins (FA) Josh Stamer (UFA-BUF) Chris Carr (RFA-OAK) Rafael Little (FA) Chris Simms (FA) Tuff Harris (FA) Tyrone Poole (FA)

TRADES/WAIVERS (0)

WR Lavelle Hawkins (4b) LB Stanford Keglar (4c)

2007

DB RB

Michael Griffin (1) Chris Henry (2)

CB LB WR DT LB

Nick Harper (UFA-IND) Ryan Fowler (RFA-DAL) Justin Gage (UFA-CHI) Kevin Vickerson (FA) Colin Allred (FA)

WR Paul Williams (3) G/C Leroy Harris (4a) WR Chris Davis (4b) DE T Jacob Ford (6b) Mike Otto (7)

2006

QB RB LB CB RB

Vince Young (1) LenDale White (2) Stephen Tulloch (4b) Cortland Finnegan (7a) Quinton Ganther (7c)

FB QB LB C S DT

Ahmard Hall (FA) Kerry Collins (UFA-OAK) David Thornton (UFA-IND) Kevin Mawae (UFA-NYJ) Chris Hope (UFA-PIT) Tony Brown (FA)

2005

T

Michael Roos (2)

DE K

Kyle Vanden Bosch (UFA-AZ) Rob Bironas (FA)

WR Brandon Jones (3b) S T Vincent Fuller (4a) David Stewart (4b)

T/G Daniel Loper (5b) TE Bo Scaife (6)

2004

G/C Eugene Amano (7b)

2003

S

Donnie Nickey (5)

LS/LB Ken Amato (FA)

2002

DT

Albert Haynesworth (1)

2000

LB

Keith Bulluck (1)

1998

P

Craig Hentrich (UFA-GB)

* Reserve/NFI As of Dec. 1, 2008

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2008 TENNESSEE TITANS REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
Tennessee Titans / Week 13 / Through Thursday, November 27, 2008 / Regular Season
Won 11, Lost 1 RUSHING C.Johnson L.White K.Collins B.Jones Q.Ganther A.Hall J.McCareins V.Young C.Hentrich Team Opponents RECEIVING B.Scaife C.Johnson B.Jones J.Gage A.Crumpler J.McCareins A.Hall L.Hawkins L.White Q.Ganther C.Davis Team Opponents INTERCEPTIONS C.Finnegan C.Hope M.Griffin N.Harper D.Ball C.Carr Team Opponents PUNTING C.Hentrich Team Opponents PUNT RETURNS C.Carr C.Davis Team Opponents KICKOFF RETURNS C.Carr L.Hawkins M.Griffin C.Johnson C.Stevens Team Opponents FIELD GOALS R.Bironas Team Opponents 1-19 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 No 65 65 68 Yds 2812 2812 2868 Ret 26 2 28 25 No. 28 7 2 1 1 39 50 20-29 4/ 4 4/ 4 6/ 6 No. 203 146 23 2 5 7 1 3 2 392 303 No. 48 35 34 24 20 19 9 7 4 3 2 205 243 No. 5 4 4 2 1 1 17 6 Avg 43.3 43.3 42.2 FC 16 0 16 15 Yds 958 575 44 35 34 18 4 2 -6 1664 1166 Yds 498 227 367 453 207 290 94 68 14 40 31 2289 2422 Yds 100 53 21 11 15 0 200 52 Net 37.1 37.1 36.5 Yds 239 6 245 243 Yds 785 130 32 17 16 980 1270 30-39 6/ 6 6/ 6 3/ 6 TB 8 8 7 Avg 4.7 3.9 1.9 17.5 6.8 2.6 4.0 0.7 -3.0 4.2 3.8 Avg 10.4 6.5 10.8 18.9 10.4 15.3 10.4 9.7 3.5 13.3 15.5 11.2 10.0 Avg 20.0 13.3 5.3 5.5 15.0 0.0 11.8 8.7 In 22 22 20 Avg 9.2 3.0 8.8 9.7 Avg 28.0 18.6 16.0 17.0 16.0 25.1 25.4 Long 66t 80t 17 28 22 6 4 4 0 80t 61t Long 44 25 26 56t 28 37 54 19 7 15 21 56t 52 Long 99t 39 15 11 15t 0 99t 33 Lg 75 75 66 Long 34 9 34 34 Long 52 23 28 17 16 52 59 TD 7 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 12 TD 2 1 1 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 8 TD 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 B 0 0 1 TD 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50+ 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 2

09/07/2008 09/14/2008 09/21/2008 09/28/2008 10/05/2008 10/19/2008 10/27/2008 11/02/2008 11/09/2008 11/16/2008 11/23/2008 11/27/2008 12/07/2008 12/14/2008 12/21/2008 12/28/2008 * Sellout

W W W W W W W W W W L W

17-10 24-7 31-12 30-17 13-10 34-10 31-21 19-16 (OT) 21-14 24-14 13-34 47-10

Jacksonville at Cincinnati Houston Minnesota at Baltimore at Kansas City Indianapolis Green Bay at Chicago at Jacksonville NY Jets at Detroit Cleveland at Houston Pittsburgh at Indianapolis

69,143* 64,540* 69,143* 69,143* 71,131* 74,200* 69,143* 69,143* 62,124* 65,258* 69,143* 60,112*

Tennessee Opponent TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 209 198 Rushing 82 63 Passing 116 114 Penalty 11 21 3rd Down: Made/Att 63/166 54/166 3rd Down Pct. 38.0% 32.5% 4th Down: Made/Att 2/6 6/16 4th Down Pct. 33.3% 37.5% POSSESSION AVG. 29:50 30:10 TOTAL NET YARDS 3900 3381 Avg. Per Game 325.0 281.8 Total Plays 751 753 Avg. Per Play 5.2 4.5 NET YARDS RUSHING 1664 1166 Avg. Per Game 138.7 97.2 Total Rushes 392 303 NET YARDS PASSING 2236 2215 Avg. Per Game 186.3 184.6 Sacked/Yards Lost 8/53 34/207 Gross Yards 2289 2422 Attempts/Completions 351/205 416/243 Completion Pct. 58.4% 58.4% Had Intercepted 6 17 PUNTS/AVERAGE 65/43.3 68/42.2 NET PUNTING AVG. 37.1 36.5 PENALTIES/YARDS 81/585 68/518 FUMBLES/BALL LOST 13/6 19/8 TOUCHDOWNS 33 20 Rushing 20 12 Passing 10 8 Returns 3 0 SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT Pts 99 Team 60 92 50 304 3 Opponents 33 64 27 51 0 175 SCORING TD Ru Pa Rt PAT FG 2Pt Pts R.Bironas 0 0 0 0 32/32 24/27 0 104 L.White 13 13 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 78 C.Johnson 8 7 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 48 J.Gage 4 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 B.Scaife 2 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 A.Hall 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 1 8 D.Ball 1 0 0 1c 0/0 0/0 0 6 B.Jones 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 C.Finnegan 1 0 0 1a 0/0 0/0 0 6 K.Bulluck 1 0 0 1b 0/0 0/0 0 6 A.Crumpler 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Team 33 20 10 3 32/32 24/27 1 304 Opponents 20 12 8 0 19/19 12/19 0 175 a – blocked punt recovery in end zone at CIN 9/14/08 b – 99 yd. interception return for touchdown vs. HOU 9/21/08 c – 15 yd. interception return for touchdown at DET 11/27/08 2-Pt. Conversions: Team 1/ 1, Opponents: 0/ 1 Sacks: A.Haynesworth 8.5, K.Vanden Bosch 4.5, D.Ball 4.5, J.Ford 4.0, T.Brown 3.5, J.Kearse 2.5, J.Jones 1.5, K.Vickerson 1.5, M.Griffin 1.0, C.Finnegan 1.0, C.Hope 1.0, K.Bulluck 0.5 Team: 34.0, Opponents: 8.0 PASSING K.Collins V.Young Team Opponents Att 328 23 351 416 Cmp 192 13 205 243 Yds 2125 164 2289 2422 Cmp% 58.5% 56.5% 58.4% 58.4% Yds/Att 6.5 7.1 6.5 5.8

40-49 14/ 17 14/ 17 2/ 5

Bironas/Titans: (47G) (34G) (44G) (20G, 32G, 49G) (35G, 26G) (49G, 46G) (34G, 44G, 43N, 48G) (31G, 25G, 22G, 47N, 41G) (49N) (32G) (43G, 49G) (49G, 41G, 45G, 43G) Opponents: (37N, 27G) (37N) (44G, 24G) (42G, 48N) (38G, 45N) (39N, 50N, 26G) () (23G, 25G, 38G) (48B) () (20G, 30G) (53G) Fumbles Lost: K.Collins 1, C.Hentrich 1, K.Mawae 1, J.McCareins 1, A.Hall 1, C.Johnson 1 Total: 6 Opponent Fumble Recoveries: K.Vanden Bosch 2, S.Tulloch 2, M.Griffin 1, T.Brown 1, K.Vickerson 1, K.Bulluck 1 Total: 8

TD 9 1 10 8

TD% 2.7% 4.3% 2.8% 1.9%

Int 4 2 6 17

Int% 1.2% 8.7% 1.7% 4.1%

Long 56t 54 56t 52

Sack 7/ 1/ 8/ 34/

Lost 50 3 53 207

Rating 81.9 57.2 80.3 64.4

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PLAYER Bulluck, Keith Hope, Chris Thornton, David Tulloch, Stephen Finnegan, Cortland Griffin, Michael Haynesworth, Albert Harper, Nick Brown, Tony Vanden Bosch, Kyle Ball, Dave Kearse, Jevon Jones, Jason Fuller, Vincent Ford, Jacob Vickerson, Kevin Carr, Chris Fowler, Ryan King, Eric Hayes, William Allred, Colin Amato, Ken Hill, Reynaldo Keglar, Stanford Nickey, Donnie Stamer, Josh TEAM TOTALS: Tot 95 75 70 70 65 64 64 57 57 41 40 38 36 32 25 23 22 22 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 916 TACKLES Solo Asst 63 32 56 19 47 23 45 25 50 15 40 24 40 24 50 7 34 23 14 27 18 22 28 10 19 17 26 6 14 11 10 13 14 8 11 11 9 1 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 595 321 SACKS Sk Yds 0.5 4 1.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 1.0 2 1.0 4 8.5 53 0.0 0 3.5 18 4.5 25 4.5 24 2.5 12 1.5 10 0.0 0 4.0 37 1.5 8 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 34.0 194 QBP 2 0 0 0 0 2 19 0 17 16 10 14 7 0 6 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 99 TFL 4 3 5 2 2 2 6 0 8 0 0 5 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 No 0 4 0 0 5 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 INTERCEPTIONS Yds Lg TD 0 0 0 53 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 99t 1 21 15 0 0 0 0 11 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 15t 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200 99t 2 PD 4 7 2 2 18 7 1 14 3 0 1 2 2 4 2 1 4 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 78 FF 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 0 3 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 FUMBLES FR Yds 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 8

SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
PLAYER Griffin, Michael Stamer, Josh Nickey, Donnie Keglar, Stanford Allred, Colin Carr, Chris Stevens, Craig Fowler, Ryan Ganther, Quinton King, Eric Bironas, Rob Carr, Chris Hill, Reynaldo Fuller, Vincent Tulloch, Stephen Harris, Tuff Hentrich, Craig Amato, Ken Hall, Ahmard Hawkins, Lavelle TEAM TOTALS: Tackles Tot Solo Asst 14 12 2 14 9 5 11 8 3 8 7 1 8 5 3 7 5 2 7 5 2 6 3 3 5 3 2 5 2 3 4 3 1 4 3 1 4 2 2 3 2 1 3 2 1 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 112 77 35 FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Blocks PAT FG PUNT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS
PLAYER Collins, Kerry Scott, Jake Amato, Ken Davis, Chris Johnson, Chris Mawae, Kevin McCareins, Justin Stewart, David Roos, Michael TEAM TOTALS: Tackles Tot Solo 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 8 8 Asst 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 3

Legend: Tot Total Tackles Solo Unassisted Tackles Asst Assisted Tackles Sk Quarterback Sacks Yds Yards Lost on Sack QBP Quarterback Pressures TFL Tackles for Loss

Int Yds TD PD FF FR Yds

Interceptions Interception Return Yards Interceptions Return Touchdowns Passes Defensed Forced Fumble Fumble Recoveries Yards on Fumble Returns

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The Last Time
THE LAST TIME, REGULAR SEASON . . .
KICKOFF RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWN By Titans—Derrick Mason at Cincinnati (101 yards), 11/18/01 By Opponents—Alvis Whitted, Jacksonville (98 yards), 12/26/99 PUNT RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWN By Titans—Pacman Jones vs. New England (81 yards), 12/31/06 By Opponents—Glenn Martinez at Denver (80 yards), 11/19/07 INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWN By Titans—Dave Ball (15 yards) at Detroit, 11/27/08 By Opponents—Scott Starks (55 yards), at Jacksonville, 11/5/06 FUMBLE RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWN By Titans—Cortland Finnegan (92 yards) vs. Jacksonville, 12/17/06 By Opponents—DeAngelo Hall (56 yards), vs. Atlanta, 10/7/07 FIELD GOAL BLOCKED By Titans—Jason Jones at Chicago (Robbie Gould), 11/9/08 By Opponents—Trevor Pryce, vs. Baltimore (Rob Bironas), 11/12/06 FIELD GOAL BLOCKED AND RETURNED FOR TD By Titans—Donald Mitchell (69 yards) at Detroit (Jason Hanson’s FG blocked by Henry Ford), 10/21/01 By Opponents—Rob Morris (68 yards), at Indianapolis (Gary Anderson’s FG blocked by Montae Reagor), 12/5/04 PUNT BLOCKED By Titans—Keith Bulluck at Cincinnati (Kyle Larson), 9/14/08 By Opponents—Ed Reed, at Baltimore (Craig Hentrich), 11/24/02 PUNT BLOCKED AND RETURN FOR TD By Titans—Keith Bulluck at Cincinnati, 9/14/08 (Kyle Larson’s punt blocked by Bulluck and recovered in end zone by Bulluck) By Opponents— Ed Reed (11 yards), at Baltimore (Craig Hentrich’s punt blocked by Ed Reed), 11/24/02 MISSED PAT By Titans—Rob Bironas (wide right) at Jacksonville, 1/1/06 By Opponents—Mike Nugent (blocked by Antwan Odom), vs. N.Y. Jets, 12/23/07 TWO POINT CONVERSION MADE By Titans—Kerry Collins pass to Ahmard Hall vs. Indianapolis, 10/27/08 By Opponents—Andre’ Davis pass from Sage Rosenfels at Houston, 10/21/07 TWO POINT CONVERSION FAILED By Titans—vs. Oakland, 10/30/05 By Opponents—vs. Houston, 9/21/08 SAFETY SCORED By Titans—Tony Brown and Keith Bulluck sacked Steve McNair out of bounds in end zone vs. Baltimore, 11/12/06 By Opponents— Billy Volek penalty (intentional grounding) in end zone at Oakland, 12/19/04 200 YARDS RUSHING By Titans—Eddie George vs. Oakland (216 yards), 8/31/97 By Opponents—Corey Dillon, vs. Cincinnati (246 yards), 12/4/97 150 YARDS RUSHING By Titans—Chris Johnson (168 yards) at Kansas City, 10/19/08 By Opponents—Ricky Williams, at Miami (172 yards), 12/24/05 100 YARDS RUSHING By Titans—Chris Johnson (125 yards) at Detroit, 11/27/08; LenDale White (106 yards) at Detroit, 11/27/08 By Opponents—Steve Slaton (116 yards), vs. Houston, 9/21/08 400 YARDS PASSING By Titans—Billy Volek at Oakland (492 yards), 12/19/04 By Opponents—Peyton Manning, at Indianapolis (425 yards), 12/5/04 300 YARDS PASSING By Titans—Vince Young at Denver (305 yards), 11/19/07 By Opponents—Aaron Rodgers, vs. Green Bay (314 yards), 11/2/08 200 YARDS RECEIVING By Titans—Drew Bennett vs. Kansas City (233 yards), 12/13/04 By Opponents—Don Maynard, N.Y. Jets (212 yards), 10/20/69 150 YARDS RECEIVING By Titans—Drew Bennett at Oakland (160 yards), 12/19/04 By Opponents—Jerricho Cotchery, vs. N.Y. Jets (152 yards), 12/23/07 100 YARDS RECEIVING By Titans—Justin Gage at Jacksonville (147 yards), 11/16/08 By Opponents—Donald Driver, vs.Green Bay (136 yards), 11/2/08 FIVE TOUCHDOWN PASSES By Titans—Steve McNair vs. Jacksonville, 12/26/99 By Opponents—Kerry Collins, at Oakland, 12/19/04 FOUR TOUCHDOWN PASSES By Titans—Billy Volek at Oakland, 12/19/04 By Opponents— Sage Rosenfels at Houston, 10/21/07 THREE TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS By Titans—Drew Bennett vs. Kansas City, 12/13/04 By Opponents—Chad Johnson at Cincinnati, 11/25/07 TWO TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS By Titans—Justin Gage at Jacksonville, 11/16/08 By Opponents—Dallas Clark, Indianapolis, 10/27/08 THREE TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING By Titans—LenDale White at Kansas City, 10/19/08 By Opponents—Corey Dillon (4), Cincinnati, 12/4/97 TWO TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING By Titans—LenDale White at Detroit, 11/27/08 Chris Johnson at Detroit, 11/27/08 By Opponents—Leon Washington, vs. N.Y. Jets, 11/23/08 FOUR FIELD GOALS By Titans—Rob Bironas (4) at Detroit, 11/27/08 By Opponents—Rian Lindell (5), at Buffalo, 12/24/06 THREE FIELD GOALS By Titans— Rob Bironas (4) at Detroit, 11/27/08 By Opponents— Mason Crosby, vs. Green Bay, 11/2/08 THREE INTERCEPTIONS By Titans—Keith Bulluck (3) at New Orleans, 9/24/07 By Opponents—Rod Woodson (3), at Oakland, 9/29/02 TWO INTERCEPTIONS By Titans— Chris Hope vs. Indianapolis, 10/27/08 By Opponents—Asante Samuel, vs. New England, 12/31/06 THREE SACKS By Titans—Kyle Vanden Bosch vs. N.Y. Jets, 12/23/07 By Opponents—Warren Sapp, vs. Oakland, 10/30/05 SCORED 50 POINTS By Titans—Oilers 58, Cleveland 14, 12/9/90 By Opponents—Titans 24, at Indianapolis 51, 12/5/04 SCORED 40 POINTS By Titans—Titans 47, at Detroit 10, 11/27/08 By Opponents—New England 40, Titans 23, 12/31/06 WON OVERTIME GAME By Titans—Titans 19, Packers 16, 11/2/08 By Opponents—San Diego 23, Titans 17, 12/9/07 SHUTOUT By Titans—Titans 31, Dallas 0, 12/25/00 By Opponents—at Miami 17, Titans 0, 11/7/99 500 TOTAL NET YARDS By Titans—at Oakland (527 yards), 12/19/04 By Opponents—at Indianapolis (567 yards), 12/5/04 400 TOTAL NET YARDS By Titans—at Detroit (456 yards), 11/27/08 By Opponents—vs. N.Y. Jets (409 yards), 11/23/08

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Depth Chart
2008 TENNESSEE TITANS UNOFFICIAL DEPTH CHART
OFFENSE
WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB RB 19 71 54 68 73 76 83 12 5 45 25 Justin McCareins Michael Roos Eugene Amano Kevin Mawae Jake Scott David Stewart Alge Crumpler Justin Gage Kerry Collins Ahmard Hall LenDale White 87 70 64 64 64 70 80 81 10 35 28 Lavelle Hawkins Daniel Loper Leroy Harris Leroy Harris Leroy Harris Daniel Loper Bo Scaife Brandon Jones Vince Young Quinton Ganther Chris Johnson 17 66 70 54 70 66 88 11 8 42 Chris Davis Mike Otto Daniel Loper Eugene Amano Daniel Loper Mike Otto Craig Stevens Paul Williams Chris Simms Chris Henry

DEFENSE
LE LT RT RE LLB MLB RLB LCB RCB SS FS 90 97 92 93 50 55 53 20 31 24 33 Jevon Kearse Tony Brown Albert Haynesworth Kyle Vanden Bosch David Thornton Stephen Tulloch Keith Bulluck Nick Harper Cortland Finnegan Chris Hope Michael Griffin 78 91 96 98 57 52 56 29 38 23 22 Jacob Ford Jason Jones Kevin Vickerson Dave Ball Josh Stamer Ryan Fowler Colin Allred Chris Carr Tyrone Poole Donnie Nickey Vincent Fuller 95 William Hayes

91 58 59

Jason Jones Ken Amato Stanford Keglar

29 26

Chris Carr Tuff Harris

SPECIALISTS
K KO P H PR KOR PC KC 2 2 15 15 29 29 58 58 Rob Bironas Rob Bironas Craig Hentrich Craig Hentrich Chris Carr Chris Carr Ken Amato Ken Amato 15 15 23 17 28 68 68 Craig Hentrich Craig Hentrich Donnie Nickey Chris Davis Chris Johnson Kevin Mawae Kevin Mawae

81 87

Brandon Jones Lavelle Hawkins

Rookies and first-year players are underlined Injured players are in parentheses As of Dec. 1, 2008

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Positional Roster
OFFENSE
QUARTERBACKS (3) 5 Collins, Kerry 8 Simms, Chris 10 Young, Vince QB QB QB 6-5 6-4 6-5 245 220 233 12/30/72 8/29/80 5/18/83 14 6 3 Penn State Texas Texas Lebanon, PA Ramapo, NJ Houston, TX UFA (OAK)-‘06 FA-‘08 D1-‘06

RUNNING BACKS/FULLBACKS (5) 35 Ganther, Quinton RB 45 Hall, Ahmard FB 42 Henry, Chris RB 28 Johnson, Chris RB 25 White, LenDale RB WIDE RECEIVERS (6) 17 Davis, Chris 12 Gage, Justin 87 Hawkins, Lavelle 81 Jones, Brandon 19 McCareins, Justin 11 Williams, Paul TIGHT ENDS (3) 83 Crumpler, Alge 80 Scaife, Bo 88 Stevens, Craig CENTERS (2) 68 Mawae, Kevin 64 Harris, Leroy GUARDS (2) 54 Amano, Eugene 73 Scott, Jake TACKLES (4) 70 Loper, Daniel 66 Otto, Mike 71 Roos, Michael 76 Stewart, David PLACEKICKERS (1) 2 Bironas, Rob

5-9 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-1

214 242 230 200 235

7/15/84 11/13/79 6/6/85 9/23/85 12/20/84

1 3 2 R 3

Utah Texas Arizona East Carolina Southern California

Richmond, CA Angleton, TX Oakland, CA Orlando, FL Park Hill, CO

D7c-‘06 FA-‘06 D2-‘07 D1-‘08 D2-‘06

WR WR WR WR WR WR

5-10 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-1

181 212 190 212 215 205

1/23/84 1/24/81 7/12/86 10/6/82 12/1/78 12/2/83

2 6 R 4 8 2

Florida State Missouri California Oklahoma Northern Illinois Fresno State

St. Petersburg, FL Jefferson City, MO Stockton, CA Texarkana, TX Naperville, Ill. Avenal, CA

D4b-‘07 UFA (CHI)-‘07 D4b-‘08 D3b-‘05 FA-‘08 D3-‘07

TE TE TE

6-2 6-3 6-3

262 249 255

12/23/77 1/6/81 9/1/84

8 4 R

North Carolina Texas California

Wilmington, NC Denver, CO San Pedro, CA

FA-‘08 D6-‘06 D3-‘08

C G/C

6-4 6-3

289 302

1/23/71 6/6/84

15 2

Louisiana State N.C. State

Leesville, LA Raleigh, NC

UFA (NYJ)-‘06 D4a-‘07

G/C G

6-3 6-5

310 295

3/1/82 4/16/81

5 5

SE Missouri State Idaho

San Diego, CA Lewiston, ID

D7-‘04 UFA(IND)-‘08

T/G T T T

6-6 6-5 6-7 6-7

320 308 315 318

1/15/82 7/24/83 10/5/82 8/28/82

4 1 4 4

Texas Tech Purdue Eastern Washington Mississippi State

Houston, TX Kokomo, IN Vancouver, WA Moulton, AL

D5b-‘05 D7-‘07 D2-‘05 D4b-‘05

K

6-0

215

1/29/78

4

Georgia Southern

Louisville, KY

FA-‘05

DEFENSE
DEFENSIVE ENDS (5) 98 Ball, Dave 78 Ford, Jacob 95 Hayes, William 90 Kearse, Jevon 93 Vanden Bosch, Kyle DEFENSIVE TACKLES (4) 97 Brown, Tony 92 Haynesworth, Albert 91 Jones, Jason 96 Vickerson, Kevin LINEBACKERS (8) 56 Allred, Colin 58 Amato, Ken 53 Bulluck, Keith 52 Fowler, Ryan 59 Keglar, Stanford 57 Stamer, Josh 50 Thornton, David 55 Tulloch, Stephen CORNERBACKS (4) 29 Carr, Chris 31 Finnegan, Cortland 20 Harper, Nick 38 Poole, Tyrone SAFETIES (5) 22 Fuller, Vincent 33 Griffin, Michael 26 Harris, Tuff 24 Hope, Chris 23 Nickey, Donnie PUNTERS (1) 15 Hentrich, Craig As of Dec. 1, 2008 DE DE DE DE DE 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-4 277 256 272 265 278 1/4/81 7/20/83 5/2/85 9/3/76 11/17/78 4 2 R 10 8 UCLA Central Arkansas Winston-Salem State Florida Nebraska Fairfield, CA Memphis, TN High Point, NC Ft. Myers, FL Larchwood, IA FA-‘08 D6b-‘07 D4a-‘08 FA-‘08 UFA (AZ)-‘05

DT DT DL DT

6-3 6-6 6-5 6-5

290 320 275 305

9/29/80 6/17/81 5/23/86 1/8/83

4 7 R 3

Memphis Tennessee Eastern Michigan Michigan State

Chattanooga, TN Hartsville, SC Detroit, MI Detroit, MI

FA-‘06 D1-’02 D2-‘08 FA-‘07

LB LB/LS LB LB LB LB LB LB

6-1 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-2 5-11

238 245 235 250 240 242 225 235

4/15/83 5/18/77 4/4/77 5/20/82 7/4/85 10/11/77 11/1/78 1/1/85

1 6 9 5 R 6 7 3

Baylor Montana State Syracuse Duke Purdue South Dakota North Carolina N.C. State

Dallas, TX Miami, FL New City, NY Redington Shores, FL Indianapolis, IN Sutherland, IA Goldsboro, NC Miami, FL

FA-‘07 FA-‘03 D1-’00 RFA (DAL)-‘07 D4c-‘08 UFA (BUF)-‘08 UFA (IND)-‘06 D4b-‘06

DB CB CB CB

5-10 5-10 5-10 5-8

180 188 182 190

4/30/83 2/2/84 9/10/74 2/3/72

4 3 8 12

Boise State Samford Fort Valley State Fort Valley State

Reno, NV Milton, FL Baldwin, GA LaGrange, GA

RFA (OAK)-'08 D7a-'06 UFA (IND)-'07 FA-'08

S S S S S

6-1 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-3

190 202 198 208 210

8/3/82 1/4/85 1/23/83 9/29/80 4/25/80

4 2 2 7 6

Virginia Tech Texas Montana Florida State Ohio State

Baltimore, MD Austin, TX Colstrip, MT Rock Hill, SC Plain City, OH

D4a-‘05 D1-‘07 FA-'08 UFA (PIT)-‘06 D5-’03

P/K

6-3

213

5/18/71

15

Notre Dame

Alton, IL

UFA (GB)-’98

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Alphabetical Roster
NO. NAME POS. HT. WT. BIRTHDATE NFL EXP. COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQUIRED

56 54 58 98 2 97 53 29 5 83 17 31 78 52 22 12 35 33 45 20 26 64 87 95 92 42 15 24 28 81 91 90 59 70 68 19 23 66 38 71 80 73 8 57 88 76 50 55 93 96 25 11 10

Allred, Colin Amano, Eugene Amato, Ken Ball, Dave Bironas, Rob Brown, Tony Bulluck, Keith Carr, Chris Collins, Kerry Crumpler, Alge Davis, Chris Finnegan, Cortland Ford, Jacob Fowler, Ryan Fuller, Vincent Gage, Justin Ganther, Quinton Griffin, Michael Hall, Ahmard Harper, Nick Harris, Tuff Harris, Leroy Hawkins, Lavelle Hayes, William Haynesworth, Albert Henry, Chris Hentrich, Craig Hope, Chris Johnson, Chris Jones, Brandon Jones, Jason Kearse, Jevon Keglar, Stanford Loper, Daniel Mawae, Kevin McCareins, Justin Nickey, Donnie Otto, Mike Poole, Tyrone Roos, Michael Scaife, Bo Scott, Jake Simms, Chris Stamer, Josh Stevens, Craig Stewart, David Thornton, David Tulloch, Stephen Vanden Bosch, Kyle Vickerson, Kevin White, LenDale Williams, Paul Young, Vince PRACTICE SQUAD: Bennett, Charles Ealy, Biren Gordon, Amon Mulligan, Matthew Murphy, Jason Velasco, Fernando Williams, Cary RESERVE/INJURED: Hill, Reynaldo King, Eric Winkler, Ulrich RESERVE/NFI: Little, Rafael

LB G/C LB/LS DE K DT LB DB QB TE WR CB DE LB S WR RB S FB CB DB G/C WR DE DT RB P/K S RB WR DL DE LB T/G C WR S T CB T TE G QB LB TE T LB LB DE DT RB WR QB

6-1 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-3 5-10 6-5 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-4 5-9 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-6 5-11 6-3 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-6 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-5 5-8 6-7 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-7 6-2 5-11 6-4 6-5 6-1 6-1 6-5

238 310 245 277 215 290 235 180 245 262 181 188 256 250 190 212 214 202 242 182 198 302 190 272 320 230 213 208 200 212 275 265 240 320 289 215 210 308 190 315 249 295 220 242 255 318 225 235 278 305 235 205 233

4/15/83 3/1/82 5/18/77 1/4/81 1/29/78 9/29/80 4/4/77 4/30/83 12/30/72 12/23/77 1/23/84 2/2/84 7/20/83 5/20/82 8/3/82 1/24/81 7/15/84 1/4/85 11/13/79 9/10/74 1/23/83 6/6/84 7/12/86 5/2/85 6/17/81 6/6/85 5/18/71 9/29/80 9/23/85 10/6/82 5/23/86 9/3/76 7/4/85 1/15/82 1/23/71 12/1/78 4/25/80 7/24/83 2/3/72 10/5/82 1/6/81 4/16/81 8/29/80 10/11/77 9/1/84 8/28/82 11/1/78 1/1/85 11/17/78 1/8/83 12/20/84 12/2/83 5/18/83

1 5 6 4 4 4 9 4 14 8 2 3 2 5 4 6 1 2 3 8 1 2 R R 7 2 15 7 R 4 R 10 R 4 15 8 6 1 12 4 4 5 6 6 R 4 7 3 8 3 3 2 3

Baylor SE Missouri State Montana State UCLA Georgia Southern Memphis Syracuse Boise State Penn State North Carolina Florida State Samford Central Arkansas Duke Virginia Tech Missouri Utah Texas Texas Fort Valley St. Montana N.C. State California Winston-Salem State Tennessee Arizona Notre Dame Florida State East Carolina Oklahoma Eastern Michigan Florida Purdue Texas Tech Louisiana State Northern Illinois Ohio State Purdue Fort Valley State Eastern Washington Texas Idaho Texas South Dakota California Mississippi State North Carolina N.C. State Nebraska Michigan State Southern California Fresno State Texas

Dallas, TX San Diego, CA Miami, FL Fairfield, CA Louisville, KY Chattanooga, TN New City, NY Reno, NV Lebanon, PA Wilmington, NC St. Petersburg, FL Milton, FL Memphis, TN Redington Shores, FL Baltimore, MD Jefferson City, MO Richmond, CA Austin, TX Angleton, TX Baldwin, GA Colstrip, MT Raleigh, NC Stockton, CA High Point, NC Hartsville, SC Oakland, CA Alton, IL Rock Hill, SC Orlando, FL Texarkana, TX Detroit, MI Ft. Myers, FL Indianapolis, IN Houston, TX Leesville, LA Naperville, IL Plain City, OH Kokomo, IN LaGrange, GA Vancouver, WA Denver, CO Lewiston, ID Ramapo, NJ Sutherland, IA San Pedro, CA Moulton, AL Goldsboro, NC Miami, FL Larchwood, IA Detroit, MI Park Hill, CO Avenal, CA Houston, TX

FA-‘07 D7-‘04 FA-’03 FA-‘08 FA-‘05 FA-‘06 D1-’00 RFA (OAK)-‘08 UFA (OAK)-‘06 FA-‘08 D4b-‘07 D7a-‘06 D6b-‘07 RFA (DAL)-‘07 D4a-‘05 UFA (CHI)-‘07 D7c-‘06 D1-‘07 FA-‘06 UFA (IND)-‘07 FA-'08 D4a-‘07 D4b-‘08 D4a-‘08 D1-’02 D2-‘07 UFA (GB)-’98 UFA (PIT)-‘06 D1-‘08 D3b-‘05 D2-‘08 FA-‘08 D4c-‘08 D5b-‘05 UFA (NYJ)-‘06 FA-‘08 D5-’03 D7-‘07 FA-'08 D2-‘05 D6-‘05 UFA (IND)-‘08 FA-‘08 UFA (BUF)-‘08 D3-‘08 D4b-‘05 UFA (IND)-‘06 D4b-‘06 UFA (AZ)-‘05 FA-‘07 D2-‘06 D3-‘07 D1-‘06

94 82 99 85 69 61 41 21 30 79 36

DE WR DT TE C C/G CB CB CB DE RB

6-4 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-1 5-11 5-10 6-5 5-9

245 207 305 265 304 304 185 185 185 265 195

4/4/83 7/1/84 10/31/81 1/18/85 8/7/82 2/22/85 12/23/84 8/28/82 5/10/82 1/4/84 9/23/86

1 2 3 R 1 R R 4 4 1 R

Clemson Houston Stanford Maine Virginia Tech Georgia Washburn Florida Wake Forest None Kentucky

Camden, SC Houston, TX San Diego, CA Bangor, ME Baltimore, MD Wrens, GA Hollywood, FL Ft. Lauderdale, FL Woodstock, MD Munich, Germany Anderson, SC

FA-'08 FA-‘07 FA-'08 FA-'08 FA-‘07 FA-‘08 D7-‘08 D7-‘05 W(BUF)-‘06 FA-‘07 FA-‘08

Roster Count: 53 As of Dec. 1, 2008 HEAD COACH: JEFF FISHER ASSISTANT COACHES: MIKE HEIMERDINGER (off. coordinator), JIM SCHWARTZ (def. coordinator), DAVE McGINNIS (asst. head coach/linebackers), STEVE WATTERSON (asst. head coach/strength and conditioning), BART ANDRUS (offensive asst.), MATT BURKE (defensive asst./quality control), EARNEST BYNER (running backs), CHUCK CECIL (secondary), MARTY GALBRAITH (special teams asst.), FRED GRAVES (wide receivers), CRAIG JOHNSON (quarterbacks), DOWELL LOGGAINS (quality control - offense), ALAN LOWRY (special teams), MIKE MUNCHAK (offensive line), MARCUS ROBERTSON (asst. secondary), JIM WASHBURN (defensive line), JOHN ZERNHELT (tight ends) PRONUNCIATION GUIDE: AMANO, Eugene AMATO, Ken BIRONAS, Rob Hall, AHMARD

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HENTRICH, Craig LOPER, Daniel MAWAE, Kevin SCAIFE, Bo

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NFL NO. 2 5 8 10 11 12 15 17 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 31 33 35 38 42 45 50 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 64 66 68 70 71 73 76 78 80 81 83 87 88 90 91 92 93 95 96 97 98 NAME Rob Bironas Kerry Collins Chris Simms Vince Young Paul Williams Justin Gage Craig Hentrich Chris Davis Justin McCareins Nick Harper Vincent Fuller Donnie Nickey Chris Hope LenDale White Tuff Harris Chris Johnson Chris Carr Cortland Finnegan Michael Griffin Quinton Ganther Tyrone Poole Chris Henry Ahmard Hall David Thornton Ryan Fowler Keith Bulluck Eugene Amano Stephen Tulloch Colin Allred Josh Stamer Ken Amato Stanford Keglar Leroy Harris Mike Otto Kevin Mawae Daniel Loper Michael Roos Jake Scott David Stewart Jacob Ford Bo Scaife Brandon Jones Alge Crumpler Lavelle Hawkins Craig Stevens Jevon Kearse Jason Jones Albert Haynesworth Kyle Vanden Bosch William Hayes Kevin Vickerson Tony Brown Dave Ball PRACTICE SQUAD: Cary Williams Fernando Velasco Jason Murphy Biren Ealy Matthew Mulligan Charles Bennett Amon Gordon RESERVE/INJURED: Reynaldo Hill Eric King Ulrich Winkler RESERVE/NFI: Rafael Little POS. K QB QB QB WR WR P/K WR WR CB S S S RB DB RB DB CB S RB CB RB FB LB LB LB G/C LB LB LB LB/LS LB G/C T C T/G T G T DE TE WR TE WR TE DE DL DT DE DE DT DT DE HT. 6-0 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-1 6-4 6-3 5-10 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-0 5-9 5-8 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-6 6-7 6-5 6-7 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-5 WT. 215 245 220 233 205 212 213 181 215 182 190 210 208 235 198 200 180 188 202 214 190 230 242 225 250 235 310 235 238 242 245 240 302 308 289 320 315 295 318 256 249 212 262 190 255 265 275 320 278 272 305 290 277 AGE 30 35 28 25 24 27 37 24 30 34 26 28 28 23 25 23 25 24 23 24 36 23 29 30 26 31 26 23 25 31 31 23 24 25 37 26 26 27 26 25 27 26 30 22 24 32 22 27 30 23 25 28 27 EXP. 4 14 6 3 2 6 15 2 8 8 4 6 7 3 1 R 4 3 2 1 12 2 3 7 5 9 5 3 1 6 6 R 2 1 15 4 4 5 4 2 4 4 8 R R 10 R 7 8 R 3 4 4 COLLEGE Georgia Southern Penn State Texas Texas Fresno State Missouri Notre Dame Florida State Northen Illinois Fort Valley State Virginia Tech Ohio State Florida State Southern California Montana East Carolina Boise State Samford Texas Utah Fort Valley State Arizona Texas North Carolina Duke Syracuse SE Missouri State N.C. State Baylor South Dakota Montana State Purdue N.C. State Purdue Louisiana State Texas Tech Eastern Washington Idaho Mississippi State Central Arkansas Texas Oklahoma North Carolina California California Florida Eastern Michigan Tennessee Nebraska Winston-Salem State Michigan State Memphis UCLA HOMETOWN Louisville, KY Lebanon, PA Ramapo, NJ Houston, TX Avenal, CA Jefferson City, MO Alton, IL St. Petersburg, FL Naperville, IL Baldwin, GA Baltimore, MD Plain City, OH Rock Hill, SC Park Hill, CO Colstrip, MT Orlando, FL Reno, NV Milton, FL Austin, TX Richmond, CA LaGrange, GA Oakland, CA Angleton, TX Goldsboro, NC Redington Shores, FL New City, NY San Diego, CA Miami, FL Dallas, TX Sutherland, IA Miami, FL Indianapolis, IN Raleigh, NC Kokomo, IN Leesville, LA Houston, TX Vancouver, WA Lewiston, ID Moulton, AL Memphis, TN Denver, CO Texarkana, TX Wilmington, NC Stockton, CA San Pedro, CA Ft. Myers, FL Detroit, MI Hartsville, SC Larchwood, IA High Point, NC Detroit, MI Chattanooga, TN Fairfield, CA HOW ACQUIRED FA-'05 UFA (OAK)-'06 FA-'08 D1-'06 D3-'07 UFA (CHI)-'07 UFA (GB)-’98 D4b-'07 FA-'08 UFA (IND)-'07 D4a-'05 D5-’03 UFA (PIT) -'06 D2-'06 FA-'08 D1-'08 RFA (OAK)-'08 D7a-'06 D1-'07 D7c-'06 FA-'08 D2-'07 FA-'06 UFA (IND) -'06 RFA (DAL)-'07 D1-’00 D7-‘04 D4b-'06 FA-'07 UFA (BUF)-'08 FA-’03 D4c-'08 D4a-'07 D7-'07 UFA (NYJ)-'06 D5b-'05 D2-'05 UFA (IND)-'08 D4b-'05 D6b-'07 D6-'05 D3b-'05 FA-'08 D4b-'08 D3-'08 FA-'08 D2-'08 D1-’02 UFA (AZ)-'05 D4a-'08 FA-'07 FA-'06 FA-'08

41 61 69 82 85 94 99 21 30 79 36

CB C/G C WR TE DE DT CB CB DE RB

6-1 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-5 5-9

185 304 304 207 251 245 305 185 185 265 195

23 23 26 24 23 25 27 26 26 24 22

R R 1 2 R 1 3 4 4 1 R

Washburn Georgia Virginia Tech Houston Maine Clemson Stanford Florida Wake Forest None Kentucky

Hollywood, FL Wrens, GA Baltimore, MD Houston, TX Bangor, ME Camden, SC San Diego, CA Ft. Lauderdale, FL Woodstock, MD Munich, Germany Anderson, SC

D7-'08 FA-'08 FA-'07 FA-'07 FA-'08 FA-'08 FA-'08 D7-'05 W (BUF)-'06 FA-'07 FA-‘08

Roster Count: 53 As of Dec. 1, 2008

HEAD COACH: JEFF FISHER ASSISTANT COACHES: MIKE HEIMERDINGER (off. coordinator), JIM SCHWARTZ (def. coordinator), DAVE McGINNIS (asst. head coach/linebackers), STEVE WATTERSON (asst. head coach/strength and conditioning), BART ANDRUS (offensive asst.), MATT BURKE (defensive asst./quality control), EARNEST BYNER (running backs), CHUCK CECIL (secondary), MARTY GALBRAITH (special teams asst.), FRED GRAVES (wide receivers), CRAIG JOHNSON (quarterbacks), DOWELL LOGGAINS (quality control - offense), ALAN LOWRY (special teams), MIKE MUNCHAK (offensive line), MARCUS ROBERTSON (asst. secondary), JIM WASHBURN (defensive line), JOHN ZERNHELT (tight ends)

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