Update: Titans head coach Mike Munchak told reporters Monday that the Titans have no real limitation on how many carries Chris Johnson will receive in Week 1.
Update: The Nashville Tennessean reports that contract talks between the Titans and Chris Johnson have "picked up," and there is "reason to be optimistic" a deal will be worked out before Week 1. Expect a deal to get done before Week 1, as it is apparent the Titans need Johnson in their backfield.
Update: Commissioner Roger Goodell told Kenny Britt to expect a decision on a personal conduct suspension "later this week." This SMC review says Kenny Britt "I have a smile on my face, I am still breathing," Britt said after Tuesday's meeting. "Everything is good." He asked me questions about certain situations," said Britt, "and I told him what happened. ... He didn't scold me or anything."
Update: Titans running back Chris Johnson left Nashville Sunday without meeting with Titans management. Johnson was only in town to attend to personal business, so he never made it to Titans headquarters. According to NFL Network's Michael Lombardi, Johnson's agent sent a proposal before Larry Fitzgerald landed $50 million guaranteed.
Update: Jim Wyatt of the Nashville Tennessean reports that Chris Johnson wants a contract paying him in excess of $13 million a year over the first three seasons. "I've seen it floated out Chris Johnson wants a $13 million per-year average over the first three of a new deal," wrote Wyatt on Twitter, referring to a report from ESPN's Chris Mortensen. "That's low - he wants more than that."
Update: The Titans plan to get rookie quarterback Jake Locker some first-team reps in each of their four preseason games. "We will probably take Matt (Hasselbeck) out sooner, and leave (Locker) in there with the first group," said coach Mike Munchak. Locker should see limited playing time at best this season, unless there is an injury.
Update: According to ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky, the Titans coaching staff thought Randy Moss was "done" as an NFL-caliber receiver late last season. Moss retired on Monday, and finished with just six catches in eight games while with the Titans. Moss is believed to have lost the speed that made him a threat, and he was unable to get open.
Update: ESPN is reporting that free agent Kerry Collins is set to announce Thursday that he's retiring from the NFL after 16 seasons.
Update: ESPN is reporting that the players will reportedly receive 48 percent of "all revenue" under the framework of the labor deal currently being discussed. NFLPA chief DeMaurice Smith insists the players only saw 53 percent of the revenues under the previous agreement, though 60 percent is the number most commonly cited.
Update: ESPN's Adam Schefter reports on Twitter that all players with at least four years of service time will be unrestricted free agents under the labor agreement currently being discussed. This would impact in excess of 500 current players and would potentially lead to a free agent frenzy once a deal is reached.