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Capsule Jaguars at Titans

Capsule Jaguars at Titans

JACKSONVILLE (2-13) At TENNESSEE (5-10)

Sunday, 1 p.m. CBS

OPENING LINE - Titans by 5 1/2

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Jacksonville 7-8; Tennessee 6-9

SERIES RECORD - Titans lead 20-16

AP PRO32 RANKING - Jaguars No. 31; Titans No. 26

LAST MEETING - Jaguars beat Titans 24-19, Nov. 25

LAST WEEK - Jaguars lost to Patriots 23-16; Titans lost to Packers 55-7

JAGUARS OFFENSE - OVERALL (31), RUSH (30), PASS (22)

JAGUARS DEFENSE - OVERALL (31), RUSH (31), PASS (24)

TITANS OFFENSE - OVERALL (25), RUSH (21), PASS (21)

TITANS DEFENSE - OVERALL (25), RUSH (23), PASS (26)

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Jaguars can finish .500 in AFC South with win. Jaguars have won three of past four in series. ... Chad Henne threw for 349 yards in only start at Tennessee with Miami on Dec. 20, 2009. He had two TDs and one interception with 108 passer rating in last game vs Titans. Henne threw for 348 yards last week, ninth career game with 300 yards or more. ... Maurice Jones-Drew has 76 touchdowns, second-most among active players. Jones-Drew averaging 124 yards per game in past five games with Titans. ... Montell Owens totaled 119 yards from scrimmage last week. ... Justin Blackmon leads NFL rookies with 786 yards receiving and second among rookies with 58 catches. ... Marcedes Lewis needs five catches for 50 in season for second time in career. He had 58 in 2010. ... Paul Posluszny has team-high 129 tackles. ... Jason Babin had 12 1/2 sacks with Titans in 2010 and tied for third in NFL with 37 1/2 sacks since 2010. ... Rashean Mathis has six career interceptions against Titans. ... Derek Cox has four interceptions this season, tied for career-best. ... Titans have won three of four at home against Jaguars. ... Jake Locker has thrown for 300 yards or more in two of past three home games. ... Chris Johnson needs 13 yards to reach 1,200 for fourth time in career. ... Kenny Britt has four TD catches in past three games against Jaguars. He has career-best 43 catches this season. ... Kendall Wright leads rookies with 62 catches, second-most by rookie in franchise history. Bill Groman had 72 in 1960. ... Titans had season-high seven sacks in last game against Jaguars. ... LB Zach Brown had 10 tackles and 1 1/2 sacks in last game against Jaguars. .. Jason McCourty has career-high four interceptions this season.

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John Wall shares priceless workout video with his son, Ace

John Wall shares priceless workout video with his son, Ace

It's hard to imagine a better way to work out than how John Wall enjoyed his regimen Wednesday. 

Wall posted a video on Instagram doing pushups on a BOSU ball while his son, Ace looked on. All he wanted from his dad was a hug, though. 

It really doesn't get any better than that. 

Wall continues to work toward the 2020-21 season and his much-anticipated return to the floor after missing all of the 2019-20 campaign recovering from Achilles surgery. 

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In his absence Bradley Beal became one of the most consistent and prolific scorers in the NBA, the Wizards found a gem in sharpshooter Davis Bertans and saw key developments from young players such as Troy Brown Jr., Thomas Bryant and Rui Hachimura. 

Wall will return to a much different Washington team next season than the one he was forced to leave midway through the 2018-19 season. From all accounts, he looks ready to give them the boost necessary to become a legitimate force in the Eastern Conference. 

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DeAngelo Hall clarifies regret of not signing with Patriots: 'My heart was always in Washington'

DeAngelo Hall clarifies regret of not signing with Patriots: 'My heart was always in Washington'

Back in July, former Washington cornerback DeAngelo Hall told NFL Network that his biggest career regret was signing with Washington in 2009 rather than the New England Patriots.

"Over a few million, I could've changed my legacy by being part of that dynasty," Hall said. "That was on the table for me, and I wish I would've made the decision to take less money and play for Belichick."

That, of course, quickly riled up Washington supporters on social media. Though it's understandable that Hall, and probably numerous other players, would look back and regret not signing with a team that racked up several Super Bowls, many took it as a direct slight to the Washington franchise. During an interview with Julie Donaldson, Hall, who will join Washington's radio booth for the 2020 season, explained his true feelings on the 2009 situation.

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Saying he had regrets about not signing with the Patriots was not a diss to Washington, because the reason he ultimately stayed in the DMV was due to his love for the team and its fans.

“My heart was always in Washington and it was no hesitation in my mind to sign my contract and continue being a member of the Washington Football team," Hall said.

Hall admitted that the chance to win in New England is something he still thinks about. But, that really shouldn't come as a surprise. Now removed from his NFL career, hindsight is 20/20 and almost any player would look back on a potential opportunity to further their legacy with a ring as a missed shot.

Hall is no different, but it doesn't mean he didn't appreciate his time with the Burgundy and Gold. In nine full seasons in Washington, he gained valuable experiences that helped transform him into who he is today.

"But that didn’t happen and it’s made me a better person because of it," Hall said referring to him not signing with New England. "Washington has taught me so many life-long lessons."

Though he doesn't have a Super Bowl ring, the DMV native and Virginia Tech alum got the opportunity to play for his hometown team and cement his own legacy in Washington. So although he may look back and ponder what could have gone differently, he understands he can't change the past. He's okay -- and happy -- with that.

To him, Washington was always meant to be.

"C’mon man. Was there ever any doubt that I was not staying in Washington? Nobody would have believed you," Hall said. "100 percent, I’m Washington for sure.”

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