AFC Notes: Titans, Dolphins, Ravens, Steelers

Let’s take a look at some rumblings from around the AFC to wrap up this Thursday night…

  • The Titans hope to keep linebacker Kamerion Wimbley but are apprehensive about his high salary, tweets Paul Kuharsky of
  • The current quandary between the Titans and Chris Johnson is similar to what the team went through with Steve McNair in 2006, writes Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. That offseason, the team attempted to trade their quarterback but couldn’t find any suitors. McNair “forced” the issue by showing up for offseason workouts, which the Titans prevented him from attending. McNair filed a grievance, which he eventually won.
  • Since the Dolphins don’t have to pay a franchise quarterback, the team is currently in “the golden years” with their cap, tweets James Walker of ESPN. As Walker points out, they’ll eventually have to pay someone at the position (whether it’s Ryan Tannehill or somebody else). As a result, this is the time to take advantage of the flexibility (via Twitter).
  • If the Ravens were to address two more positions in free agency, it would likely be tight end and a backup defensive lineman, writes Jamison Hensley of Hensley suggests that the tight end could be Ed Dickson on a cheap deal.
  • Wide receiver is one of the Steelers‘ biggest needs, opines Scott Brown of, and the team will likely add to their depth via the draft. Brown adds that the team could consider reuniting with Plaxico Burress, but also adds that he can’t see the team adding another veteran wideout after inking Lance Moore to a deal.
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  1. dc21892

    If Wimbly gets released, with the 3.6M the Pats saved with Wilfork, they could have enough to get him to rotate in their pass rush, and also play some outside LB. He would be a great fit, and has plenty of versatility.

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