• As an update on Wednesday's meeting between the Titans and Chris Johnson ... well, there's no real progress. NFL Network's Albert Breer tweeted this:
About to leave Nashville. After Wednesday's meeting, my understanding is Titans & Johnson still disagree on virtual all aspects of new deal.
If you'll excuse me, I have to go push someone a little further down my draft board.
• The Detroit Lions are moving some tickets. They're sold out for their preseason game against the Patriots (the last time that happened in Detroit was 2005), and they sold out their Monday night game against the Bears (Oct. 10) in 45 minutes.
• A firm handshake to Glenn Davis for this headline concerning Michael Oher's move to right tackle: Man Who Inspired The Blind Side No Longer Playing On The Blind Side. Cool. Now 100 percent of that movie is nonsense.
• Speaking of which, here's a good, in-depth look at the Ravens' acquisition of Bryant McKinnie and what it might mean to the team's future.
• Remember when Mason Foster almost killed Chad Ochocinco a few days ago? That's going to cost him $20,000. The Ocho said he'll pay the fine.
• Things are not going well for Roy Williams in Chicago.
• A couple of days ago, it looked like Chargers linebacker Stephen Cooper was going to miss the entire season. Wednesday, he says he wants to play through a torn bicep. That's how Mainers do it.