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Tue, 08 Aug 2006 16:38:00 -0700
The Associated Press reports Baltimore Ravens TE Todd Heap is delighted QB Steve McNair is the team's new starting quarterback. "Todd Heap is going to love playing with Steve, and Steve is going to love throwing to Todd," said former Titans tight end Frank Wycheck, one of McNair's favorite targets during his tenure in Nashville. With McNair everything seems to be setting up well for Heap and a Ravens offense that finished 24th in total offense last season. "I've been watching Steve for a long time and you can see that he does like the tight end, but you can also see that he just goes through his progressions," Heap said. "It's not like he's looking for one guy out there. He's going to hit the open guy. That's really what we need to focus on: taking what the defense gives us, hitting the open guy."
Mon, 05 Jun 2006 14:36:16 -0700
Aaron Wilson, of the Carroll County Times, reports former Tennessee Titans TE Frank Wycheck has offered up his opinion on Titans' QB Steve McNair's situation, and he believes McNair will be joining the Baltimore Ravens. "There's basically no way I could see Steve coming back to Tennessee at this point, not with all that has happened," Wycheck said in a telephone interview. "It's going to be a strange feeling to watch him run into the Coliseum on Nov. 12 with (former Titans) WR Derrick Mason and CB Samari Rolle all wearing that dirty bird on their helmets. It's time to cut ties." The Titans haven't been successful in convincing McNair to restructure a contract that carries a massive $23.46 million salary cap figure and a $9 million base salary. "Steve is big on respect," Wycheck said. "He has a lot of pride as a competitor and a football player. He's a tough son-of-a-gun. This whole thing is very hard on him."
Mon, 24 Jan 2005 19:53:27 -0800
TitansOnline.com reports former Tennessee Titans TE Frank Wycheck will join the Titans Radio broadcast team in 2005. Wycheck, whose 505 career receptions upon retirement ranked fourth all-time among tight ends, spent last year working as a color analyst on Titans preseason television and as a co-host of a daily morning sports talk show. "I'm very excited about this opportunity," said Wycheck, who will start with draft coverage in April. "It's something I've wanted to do and it will keep me close to the game."
Fri, 16 Jul 2004 08:35:50 -0700
Jim Wyatt, of the Tennessean, reports retired NFL TE Frank Wycheck will serve as an assistant coach on the Battle Ground Academy coaching staff. Wycheck will coach either the wide receivers or the Z-backs, the equivalent to the H-Back position Wycheck played, according to BGA head coach Tim Moore. BGA is a private college prep school located in Franklin, Tenn.
Thu, 24 Jun 2004 14:09:20 -0700
Teresa M. Walker, of the Associated Press, reports Tennessee Titans TE Erron Kinney is not entrenched as the starting tight end now that veteran TE Frank Wycheck has retired. "He can't just assume that because Frank's gone he's got to be the guy now," head coach Jeff Fisher said. "He just needs to do what he's been doing." The other candidates to replace Wycheck include TEs Shad Meier and rookie Ben Troupe.
Tue, 30 Mar 2004 09:48:27 -0800
The Tennessean reports the Tennessee Titans are honoring retired TE Frank Wycheck with the annual Titans Caravan, allowing fans to say farewell. The 10-day, 61-stop caravan begins April 19 in Pulaski, Tennessee and concludes April 30 with ''Frank Wycheck Appreciation Day'' in honor of the veteran tight end who retired last month.
Fri, 23 Jan 2004 12:09:06 -0800
Updating previous reports, the Associated Press has reported Tennessee Titans TE Frank Wycheck has retired from the NFL after 11 seasons, ending a career in which he became the fourth tight end in league history with at least 500 receptions. "Overall, I think he was one of the top players ever to play for us because of what he did both on and off the field," Titans owner Bud Adams said in a statement. A three-time Pro Bowl selection, Wycheck had a contract through 2006, but two concussions caused Wycheck to miss six games this past season.
Thu, 22 Jan 2004 20:08:09 -0800
Updating previous reports, Tennessee Titans TE Frank Wycheck is expected to announce his retirement from the NFL at a press conference scheduled for Friday, Jan. 23, according to ESPN.com. Wycheck, the 11-year veteran from the University of Maryland, missed six games this season after suffering a pair of concussions. He is one of only four tight ends in league history with over 500 career receptions.
Mon, 12 Jan 2004 01:01:34 -0800
The Tennessean reports Tennessee Titans TE Frank Wycheck is going to take a week to wind down and spend with his family before making a decision on his retiring from the league. Wycheck said he'll likely call a press conference to make his announcement.
Wed, 31 Dec 2003 15:30:57 -0800
Jeff Legwold, of the Tennessean, reports Tennessee Titans TE Frank Wycheck (ribs) practiced at full speed Wednesday, Dec. 31, and is expected to play in the Saturday, Jan. 3, wild card game against the Baltimore Ravens.
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