Juiced Gerald McRath Suspension Shakes Up Titans’ Depth Chart

June 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Second-year Tennessee Titans outside linebacker Gerald McRath was suspended this past weekend for violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy.
McRath is probably the Titans linebacker was a seemingly unlikely suspect for taking performance-enhancing drugs, being that he is not the biggest backer out there.  Weighing 231 pounds, McRath is a slightly undersized, but very athletic linebacker, who has the potential to be a tackling machine.
McRath recorded 47 tackles this past season, primarily playing as a sub.  He did start five games due to the injuries of David Thornton and Keith Bulluck.  Twenty-five of his tackles came in the final three games of the year.
With Keith Bulluck as good as gone, and David Thornton's recovery status unknown, McRath was projected to start week one for the Titans.  The suspension could really put his starting hopes in jeopardy.
David Thornton should be able to ...

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