- According to the Montreal Gazette, Michael Sam was in Montreal for the Alouettes’ season opener last night.
- Sam reportedly still has a locker in the team’s locker room and is expected at team meetings on Sunday.
- The Alouettes also expect to have Sam at practice on Monday.
According to Ryan Tannehill‘s teammates, the quarterbacks deep throws have improved this offseason, which has been an issue for him since he entered the league.
Titans interim CEO/president Steve Underwood reiterated that the team is not for sale and committed to the city of Nashville.
“The team is not for sale,” Underwood said, via the Tennessean. “We have not had any discussions with anyone about selling the team. Our owners are committed to continuing to maintain the team just as it is in their family, and we couldn’t be happier about that.”
Kenneth Adams IV, the grandson of the team’s deceased founder Bud Adams, echoed the position.
“We’re committed here long term, and we plan on having the team in the family for a long time,” Kenneth Adams IV, the grandson of the team’s deceased founder Bud Adams, added. “There’s nothing in the works.”