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Titans Sign Erik Walden

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Very much like Dave Thornton going to the Titans and Peterson going to the Jags, our LBs sign up with our divisional opponents. 

 

I peg Walden to be good enough for 1 year tops but not more than that.

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16 minutes ago, NorthernBlue said:

Except that he literally could beat them before.

I meant the Titans couldn't beat us so they signed one of us.  I like Eric and I hope he does well.

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17 minutes ago, NorthernBlue said:

Except that he literally could beat them before.

They run a different scheme than us so he might not fit it you never know.

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3 minutes ago, jameszeigler834 said:

They run a different scheme than us so he might not fit it you never know.

I don't look for him to do much other than compete for a rotational position and in my opinion isn't likely with Tennessee .... we will see.  Like I said, I like him and I am glad he got another chance.

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1 hour ago, BR-549 said:

I meant the Titans couldn't beat us so they signed one of us.  I like Eric and I hope he does well.

I think NB is talking about how the Titans couldn't beat the Colts lol. 

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1 hour ago, RockThatBlue said:

I think NB is talking about how the Titans couldn't beat the Colts lol. 

Probably .... not anything new for me to get confused about what someone is thinking or their intention, including myself.  No worries.  

 

Bottom line is I am glad he is working and wish him the best (although I would rather he signed with someone out of our division).

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