|2014 Season - Average||75.0||5.0||1.0||1.5||5.0||1.5||0||0|
|2014 Season - Dave Richard||80||5||1||1||5||1||0||0|
|2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||70||5||1||2||5||2||0||0|
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|Zach Brown benched for opening series of exhibition game |
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(8/10/14) Titans linebacker Zach Brown was benched in favor of Zaviar Gooden for the opening series due to an unspecified rule violation, ESPN reports. Brown was the starting inside linebacker for the Titans through all of training camp.
"I would describe it as pissing me off," coach Ken Whisenhunt said. Brown said "If he ain't elaborating, I ain't either"
|Zach Brown moving to the middle of Titans defense |
|by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(4/29/14) The Titans are planning to move linebacker Zach Brown to the middle of their 3-4 defense after struggling as an outside linebacker last season, the Tennessean reports. Brown has posted at least 90 total tackles in each of the last two seasons. Even though he has at least four sacks in each of his two NFL seasons he should serve as a more consistent player on the inside rather than rushing the passer.
|Titans in great shape as they prepare for Texans |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(12/27/13) The Titans are quite healthy heading into their season finale against visiting Houston. Only three players appear on their Friday injury report, including defensive tackle Jurrell Casey (knee) and tackle David Stewart (shoulder), who are both questionable. Since neither practiced all week, it has been speculated that they are unlikely to play.
More likely to play is linebacker Zach Brown (illness), who is probable.
|Usual standouts do little for Titans |
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(12/23/13) Titans defensive back Bernard Pollard, defensive back Alterraun Verner, linebacker Zach Brown and defensive lineman Jurrell Casey, who are normally among the team's top defensive performers, contributed little statistically Week 16 at Jacksonville.
Pollard had five tackles, all solo. Verner had three tackles, all solo. Brown had four tackles, all solo. Casey didn't record a single tackle.
Of the four, Pollard is the most consistent tackler, averaging 6.2 in 15 games. The others are dependent on either interceptions or sacks for their production.
|Mike Munchak places Zach Brown in his dog house |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(12/18/13) Titans linebacker Zach Brown does not seem to be on the same page as Mike Munchak.
Brown was upset by his benching Sunday against Arizona after playing just six snaps. He will likely not start in Week 16 against Jacksonville despite being second on the team with 104 tackles and adding four sacks.
Munchak said he had higher expectations for Brown. That came as a surprise to Brown, who offered that no coach has told him what he needs to do to improve. Brown said he suspects that he has been benched for freelancing too much.
"I was doing what they asked me to do, but at the same time, you've got to go make a play and I guess they didn't like that," Brown told The Tennesseean. "So for me, I'm thinking 'What you want me to do?' ... I'm not a robot. If you look at all the good players, they all take chances."
|Zach Brown will move to the inside of the Titans' new 3-4 defense and play as an inside linebacker this season. That's a good thing since he's previously shown the ability to rack up tackles in his first two years as an outside linebacker in a 4-3 format (at least 90 total tackles per year). Brown could be in line for his first 100-plus-total-tackle season, making him worth a middle- to late-round pick as a low-end No. 3 LB.
(Updated 5/12/14) |