Pete Ittersagen

#38CB,
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 190
Born:
College: Wheaton (IL)
Birth Place: Wheaton, Illinois
Draft: Undrafted
  • Rexrode's Playoff Barometer: Goodbye villains, hello hockey heaven
    The Tennessean

    Rexrode's Playoff Barometer: Goodbye villains, hello hockey heaven

    For as long as the Predators are in the playoffs, we’ll take the temperature of the series the morning after each game. The haze of disbelief: Predators defenseman Roman Josi had a good answer Monday in the victorious locker room when asked whether advancing to the Stanley Cup Final felt real yet. “Sort of,” he said, and that’s probably true for a lot of people who work in the organization and fans who have dreamed of this day for years. The Predators have matched their cumulative franchise history with three series wins in this postseason, sporting a 12-4 record and racing to the final round despite mounting injury troubles. There was some talk after the game about not being satisfied and finishing

  • Tennessee Titans strive to get QB Marcus Mariota on-field work during recovery process
    UPI

    Tennessee Titans strive to get QB Marcus Mariota on-field work during recovery process

    NASHVILLE -- Marcus Mariota's recovery is ahead of schedule, say the Tennessee Titans, but it is still not complete. Still that hasn't stopped the Titans from tailoring their organized team activities to accommodate their injured quarterback as much as possible. Mariota, working his way back from surgery for a broken fibula last December, is not taking part in team drills during organized team activities, so the Titans are doing additional 7-on-7 work to allow the quarterback to work with his receivers to develop timing and to run as much as possible without putting him in harm's way. "It felt great. Four months ago, I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to participate in OTAs, and being able

  • EXCLUSIVE: Conversation with Corey Davis' college WR coach Matt Simon
    Titans Wire

    EXCLUSIVE: Conversation with Corey Davis' college WR coach Matt Simon

    I had the opportunity to speak exclusively with University of Minnesota wide receivers coach Matt Simon. Simon was also Corey Davis’s WR coach at Western Michigan from 2014-2016. He spoke with me about his work with new Titans wide receiver Corey Davis. Matt Simon was integral in Western Michigan’s offensive explosion last season. The Broncos offense passed for 3,533 yards and 33 touchdowns. A big part of those numbers was Titans first-round pick, wide receiver Corey Davis. He caught 97 passes for 1,500 yards and 19 touchdowns last season. Davis racked up 264 catches, 4,337 yards and 46 touchdowns in three years under Simon. In this exclusive interview with Titans Wire, Simon spoke with me regarding