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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Titans linebacker Derrick Morgan has joined Eugene Monroe in asking the NFL to research cannabis’s potential benefits on long-term health.

“I feel like the NFL has a responsibility to look into it, to delegate time and money to research this for its players,” Morgan told Yahoo Global News. “Given how much influence that the NFL has on society, I think it would help the greater good. There’s a lot of people suffering and a lot of people that can benefit from cannabis as a medical treatment.”

Morgan and Monroe appeared together in an interview with host Katie Couric. Monroe previously had been the only active player to publicly campaign to get medical marijuana removed from the NFL’s banned substances list.

Morgan posted a photo of himself with Monroe and Couric after the interview was posted online and again mentioned the “medical benefits of cannabis” in a series of tweets Thursday.

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Although the Raiders lost to the Tennessee Titans 27-14 Saturday night, dosage Derek Carr enjoyed a quality night at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

Quarterback Derek Carr Finds His Rhythm In Loss To Tennessee Titan

If Derek Carr had a relatively quiet first two games of the preseason, he came roaring back Saturday night at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

The Raiders starting quarterback played just over one half of football against the Tennessee Titans, and while the team eventually fell to the Titans 27-14, Carr was impressive, as he finished the night 12 of 18 for 169 yards, and a pair of touchdowns.

“I was really excited to finally watch some film, and get some tendencies down, and really game plan as much as you do in the preseason, and go out there with that kind of mindset,” said Carr postgame. “It was nice to do that this week, and to go out and score some points. It was nice. It was good to move the ball, and show what we’ve been working on just a little bit, but we’re going to be playing them here again in a few weeks, so we can’t show too much.”

 

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Titans spent the offseason reconstructing their team in order to have a smash-mouth running offense.

In a 27-10 victory over the San Diego Chargers in the preseason opener for both teams, DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry combined for 167 of the Titans’ 288 rushing yards and two touchdowns Saturday night.

On a pretty first-quarter touchdown, Murray turned the left corner, evaded Adrian Phillips’ attempt to grab his feet and sprinted 71 yards to the end zone.

DeMarco Murray, Derrick Henry start big for Titans vs. Charger

“It was a great blocking job by the offensive line and the receivers, tight ends,” Murray said. “It was a power play, so they caved the entire side and the linebacker sprinted over to the right. I felt it, and I felt the backside A-gap. [Dorial Green-Beckham] made a hell of a block as a receiver. Those are how big plays — especially run plays — that’s how they break, by receivers blocking downfield. Him and Harry [Douglas] did a great job, and obviously Marcus [Mariota] got us in the right look.”

Henry carried the ball on seven of nine plays and accounted for 56 yards on a second-quarter TD drive.

“I feel good as an offense and how we did,” Henry said. “That’s how we want it to look. It started with the O-line. They took pride in it and really did a good job.”

The Titans didn’t need to throw much, with just 10 first-half attempts.

Mariota said the line set the tone “from the get-go.”

“It’s only the first game, but it’s been kind of a common trend throughout training camp and I was happy to see it on the field,” he said. “I think it’s a confidence-booster. Guys are starting to believe in what’s going on around here.”

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NASHVILLE, click Tenn. — The Titans face the Oakland Raiders in Week 2 of the preseason on Saturday at Oakland Alameda Coliseum.

Here’s a look at six things to watch…

Can Mariota stay hot?

Titans quarterbackMarcus Mariota and the first team offense will play roughly a half vs the Raiders. It’s been so far, so good for Mariota this preseason. He’s completed 14-of-15 passes for 149 yards and a touchdown, with a completion percentage of 93.3 and a passer rating of 102.5. In their most extensive action of the preseason, the starters – and Mariota – would love to keep the momentum going.

Left guard spot

Quinton Spain has worked with the first unit at left guard throughout the offseason, and in the first two preseason games. He’ll start again on Saturday night. Coach Mike Mularkey challenged Spain after what he called an “average” performance last week, however, so Spain is on the spot. By playing with improved technique, Spain could convince coaches to stop looking around. But rookie Sebastian Tretola is expected to get reps with the first unit as well, and he could make a case for himself.

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Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk has been added to the NFL’s Hall of Fame Committee.

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NASHVILLE, site Tenn. — Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk has been added to the NFL’s Hall of Fame Committee.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sent a memo to clubs earlier today to outline the 2016 league committees.

The NFL’s Hall of Fame Committee is led by representatives of NFL ownership groups, prescription and it includes Cowboys owner Jerry Jones (Chairman), Browns owner Jimmy Haslam, Bears chairman George H. McCaskey, Steelers chairman Dan Rooney, Redskins owner Dan Snyder, and 49ers owner Denise DeBartolo-York.

K.S. “Bud” Adams, founder of the franchise, was a long-time member of the Hall of Fame Committee.

“I am honored to serve the NFL in this capacity,’’ Strunk said. “The Hall of Fame committee was a labor of love for my father for nearly five decades, which makes this appointment even more special to me and our family. It is important to remember the history of the game and celebrate those who made their mark. I am eager to join this group and see where I can provide input.”

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