The Titans aren't in a horrendous position. Fisher has gone on record saying that if no one offers what the Titans are asking for, then they'll keep the PacMan (*sigh*). But, according to whichever news outlet you look to, along with the assumptions one gets, the offerings may range from a 4th RD'er to Bobby Carpenter/7th RD'er to just a 7th RD'er. I, for one, really can't say, and have no clue what's going to happen.
But, what I do know is that when PacMan was suspended, his contract and salary for that season was rolled over to the next year. I'm not privy to his contract details, but I know he is under contract with the Titans for the next 2 years. So it's not a wait one year until Pac becomes a FA, and he schedules a visit to his apparent #1 choice in Dallas.
I do know that dumping a re-instated PacMan is only a win for the organization from a PR standpoint. And Jeff Fisher has stated that he doesn't plan to dump PacMan if he's re-instated, but take that for what it's worth to you.
I do know that PacMan is a 6th Overall pick who can still play, and that the Titans had enough patience to endure his suspension. One would think that they would endure a 6th Overall pick who can play, both physically and literally.
I do know that PacMan was only given permission to seek a trade after a request, and that no "Trade PacMan or Bust!" sign was hung outside of Baptist Sports Park. But the relationships between the organization and player are only speculation.
I actually think the Titans hold the most leverage, as any options besides trading PacMan Jones for a reasonable return and having an active PacMan Jones playing would be a loss for the Titans. So why cut him or trade him for scraps when having him on the roster is better than either?
Still Team The Ke$ha!!!
Originally Posted by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
Damn Ke$ha is sexy.