Jake Delhomme

#17QB,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 215
Born:
College: Louisiana-Lafayette
Birth Place: Breaux Bridge, Louisiana
Draft: Undrafted
  • At long last, Tom Savage is 'ready to be the guy' for the Texans
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    At long last, Tom Savage is 'ready to be the guy' for the Texans

    Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Packers for ESPN Milwaukee Marquette University graduate Follow on Twitter WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. -- It has always felt like something was standing in Tom Savage's way. First, the injuries in 2014 and ‘15. He had recovered from his shoulder injury two years ago but was already on injured reserve because the Texans needed the roster spot. And then before Savage had the chance to prove himself the following season, the Houston Texans signed Brock Osweiler to a four-year, $72 million deal, relegating Savage to another year as a backup. He finally got his chance in 2016 when Texans coach Bill O'Brien benched Osweiler in Week 15 against Jacksonville,

  • The Titans are so stoked to watch the solar eclipse, they rescheduled practice
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    The Titans are so stoked to watch the solar eclipse, they rescheduled practice

    Team building is adorable, and it's even more adorable when it's a bunch of guys that make their living beating each other up. Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey changed the team's Monday schedule so that they could watch the total solar eclipse at 12 p.m. CST. The eclipse will be particularly prevalent in Nashville, where the team facilities are located. In fact, Nashville lies within the stripe through the country that the eclipse will be the most visible. The Titans, of course, barely missed the playoffs last year, losing a tiebreaker to the Houston Texans for the AFC South crown. Perhaps this kind of camaraderie is exactly what the team needs.The team was initially scheduled to practice

  • AFC South Preview: Are we right to hype the Titans?
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    AFC South Preview: Are we right to hype the Titans?

    Over the next few weeks as part of our NFL preview series, we’ll be taking a good look at each division in the league. We started with the AFC East, then moved on to the AFC North. Now? Here’s a look at the AFC South. The AFC South has been one of the weaker divisions in football this decade. The Texans have taken the division title each of the past two seasons despite going only 9-7 each time. In fact, Houston and Indianapolis are the only teams to win it in the past eight seasons. Now they’ve both been very successful in the first round of the playoffs, but only the 2014 Colts reached the AFC title game. The AFC South has also had just seven wild card qualifiers since 2002. None of them have