The Tennessee Titans have hired Buccaneers’ director of player personnel Jon Robinson as their new general manager, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Robinson, a Tennessee native, has spent the past two seasons in Tampa Bay after 12 years in New England.
Robinson’s first task will be deciding on a Elite Youth Mark Teixeira Jersey head coach. He spent several seasons on the same New England staff as current Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who reportedly is interested in the Titans’ open head coaching job.
The Titans are also considering their current interim head coach, Mike Mularkey, who Womens Gabriel Landeskog Jersey took over for the fired Ken Whisenhunt in November. They’re planning on interviewing him on Friday, according to the Tennessean, which also reports that the Titans will interview Jaguars assistant head coach Doug Marrone and Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin as well.
Audio of the police and fire dispatch in Foxboro have been released and pieced together by Heavy.com. While officers didn’t go too much into detail over the radio, they discussed a “confused party” who required medical and mental evaluation. One officer can be heard talking to dispatch about a “class D delta,” which is a classification of drugs under Massachusetts law that includes marijuana, among other substances.
A police report doesn’t exist for the incident, but Foxboro Police Chief Edward T. O’Leary told the Boston Herald that it’s standard for medical calls, and reports aren’t written “unless a person’s dead.”
On Thursday, Jones talked to media but didn’t go into details of what he called “a mistake”:
Jones finished the 2015 regular season with 44 total combined tackles, 12.5 sacks, four forced fumbles and one interception. He was sidelined during the Week 17 game against the Dolphins with a toe injury. He’s expected to return against the Chiefs in the Divisional Round of the playoffs, with the Patriots making no mention of repercussions.