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On Saturday night, ESPN’s Dianna Russini reported that the Tennessee Titans are anticipated to sign free-agent pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney, a gamer the team has actually been pursuing for near 6 months now.

It was a long, winding road to get here, however the Titans finally appear to have their guy. Now, the Titans will go from having a suspect pass-rush to a formidable one with Clowney, Harold Landry and Vic Beasley all in the mix.

As you can envision, the hype from Titans players was through the roof, and the move amassed rather the reaction from the rest of the football world.

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The Titans will have to get Clowney in as quickly as COVID-19 protocols will enable them to in order to get him ready for the Week 1 match against the Denver Broncos on September 14.

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According to Josina Anderson, that process will begin as early as Sunday early morning when Clowney is expected to get here in Nashville.

The excellent news is Clowney has experience in the Titans head coach Mike Vrabel’s defense, so he should get up to speed rather quickly.

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