Quarte Sapp signed with the Titans

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Awesome for him. Joins LaTroy Lewis.

NASHVILLE – The Titans have agreed to terms with former University of Tennessee linebacker Quart’e Sapp.

Sapp took part in the team’s rookie minicamp in May, but wasn’t immediately signed.

Sapp (6-2, 223) played in 27 games for the Volunteers, and he recorded 111 stops during his collegiate career. He played in a combined 17 games and had 104 total tackles and two pass breakups in his last two seasons with the Vols. He had four 10-tackle performances against SEC teams.

Sapp joins another former Vol linebacker – LaTroy Lewis – on the Titans roster.
Titans Add Former Vols Linebacker Quart'e Sapp, Waive/Injured Nigel Harris
 
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I guess my assessment of him will be determined by what happens in preseason camp. I do not understand if he was hurting too much to play or quit last season. His performance from the remaining games did not help me figure him out.
 
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He should have stayed another year. Maybe Harrison To'o to'o, and Crouch made him skeered.
Possibly.

But I think it was his knee and that he felt he was better than options that we're in front of him. Yet he didn't play much Even though he had a monster spring last year.

Good luck to him. He was pretty awesome during that 4-8 season.
 
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I think that's great. I really hope it's a genuine sentiment and not just a diplomatic reply to a loaded question. I know he and Pruitt had a pretty big public disagreement last season that was never really fully explained. It would be awesome to see something good come out of it for Sapp.
 
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@Hacksaw

On a scale of 1 to sad boy...how much does this depress you?
I already said I think it's great. It's something Pruitt can use to help recruit. I don't know that it necessarily proves anything. A player in Sapp's position is focused on making an NFL roster and it's not in his best interest to say anything controversial about a former coach. Butch's former players in the NFL have said similar things. I don't know how significant it really is. But it can only help us, so I like it.
 
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I already said I think it's great. It's something Pruitt can use to help recruit. I don't know that it necessarily proves anything. A player in Sapp's position is focused on making an NFL roster and it's not in his best interest to say anything controversial about a former coach. Butch's former players in the NFL have said similar things. I don't know how significant it really is. But it can only help us, so I like it.
You didn't answer my poll :(

I am sad boi
 
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I already said I think it's great. It's something Pruitt can use to help recruit. I don't know that it necessarily proves anything. A player in Sapp's position is focused on making an NFL roster and it's not in his best interest to say anything controversial about a former coach. Butch's former players in the NFL have said similar things. I don't know how significant it really is. But it can only help us, so I like it.
So you like it but make every effort to take away from Pruitt...
 

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