Mariani is "hated" by the Titans' DWFs.
Marc Mariani and His Value to the TitansA few days ago, I made a post outlining the teams receivers and their best fit in this offense. In that thread, a new topic arose. Marc Mariani and the hate he's been receiving as of late. Why is a pro bowl returner and owner of various records getting so much flack from so many fans including myself?
full article: http://www.musiccitymiracles.com/2012/5/30/3050019/marc-mariani-and-his-value-to-the-titans
Darius Reynaud had his 4th or 5th punt/kick return for a TD this season. This does not look good for Mariani next year, unless he can start developing as a slot receiver.
Even with an "amazing" spring, The Nashville Tennessean doesn't like Mariani's chances of unseating the illustrious Darius Reynaud.Mike Munchak says that Mariani has been "amazing" in workouts so far. Hopefully he still has a future in the NFL.
This is pretty much a make or break season for Munchak. He's been a disappointment Caste-wise, but they did sign Kevin Walter to be a backup. Would be nice if Mariani would see the field as a receiver this year.
Even with an "amazing" spring, The Nashville Tennessean doesn't like Mariani's chances of unseating the illustrious Darius Reynaud.
The Nashville Tennessean believes it will be a "challenge" for Marc Mariani to unseat Darius Reynaud as the Titans' return specialist.
Mariani suffered a compound leg fracture last preseason, and it left some wondering if the 2010 Pro Bowler's career was over. He's now nearing 100 percent, while coming off an "amazing" spring. Reynaud returned two punts and one kickoff to the house last season, and he was re-signed to a one-year deal.
Of course, no mention is made of Marc having any chance at wide receiver. Even being a recent Pro Bowler gives you no slack in this Marxist football league.