Zone Insider Jonathan Hutton
Jonathan Hutton: 104-5 The Zone Insider
A 7-year veteran of Titans Radio coverage, middle Tennessee native Jonathan Hutton brings his knowledge to the journalistic side of 104-5 The Zone. His coverage goes beyond just the Titans, as he was the only Nashville broadcaster to cover the last four Super Bowls. Jonathan can also be heard broadcasting from SEC and other middle Tennessee sport events. His reports can be heard on all three local weekday shows on The Zone lineup.
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The Titans defense entered the 2nd half of the season wanting to get back to discipline football. A big part of that attitude comes from cornerback Cortland Finnegan, but not to the point where attitude out-performs his execution. Is that all in the past? Finnegan facing the Houston Texans was as good of a game as any to find out. Jonathan Hutton reports.
Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck started 2011 on the best 4-game start of his career. How has Hasselbeck, considered by some to be washed up in Seattle, put his feet on new ground and revived his career? Jonathan Hutton sat down with the veteran for a wide-ranging conversation with #8 -- talking about the offensive start, the Steelers, and, of course, the future.
After two shoulder surgeries in two seasons, Jason Jones was excited about his move to defensive end in 2011. He still is...even though his first four games haven't been as productive as he would have hoped. Mike Keith reports.
Three defensive tackles drafted in April. The common wisdom, one develops. One probably takes some time. One probably won't pan out. Instead, the Titans coaches believe they hit on three of three. New Titans line coach Tracy Rocker is very happy with the production of Jurrell Casey, Zach Clayton and Karl Klug.
It's cliche...but so true. You really are one play away from a chance. For Damian Williams, that opportunity came with the knee injury to Kenny Britt. As Jonathan Hutton reports, the former 3rd-round pick isn't trying to think about living up to big expectations.
Consider Kenny Britt's start to the 2011 season. Britt earned back-to-back 100-yard performances and flashed on film like never before. If Britt can stay a consistent playmaker, he's on the edge of something special. Jonathan Hutton goes 1-on-1 with Kenny Britt.
Dave Ball's not the glamorous one. The sack numbers don't attract the national attention. This is a guy the NFL basically left behind. Out of football in 2007, reclamated by former defensive line coach Jim Washburn -- and succeeding even after Washburn's departure.
Titans rookie running back Jamie Harper has shown the NFL is not too big for him. While many wondered where Harper would fit in when the Titans drafted him, Jonathan Hutton reports Harper simply has created a place for himself with his play on the field.
While Chris Johnson tries to pile up yards, Shaun Smith tries to limit the Jaguars rushing yards. The South Carolina product is by far the most vocal addition to the Titans roster this season, maybe ever. Jonathan Hutton tried to find out if the big body defensive tackle EVER stops talking.
Memories flooded through all of our minds on the 10th anniversary of 9-11. For those that lived where the tragedy occured -- like Shanksville, Washington DC, New York City -- the pictures, sounds and emotions remain most raw. That's the case for Jason McCourty, who grew up in New Jersey with a New York connection.
Tommie Campbell caught the attention of Titans fans with his preseason interception return for a touchdown. As Jonthan Hutton explores, his game-winning play -- almost Hollywood-like -- in the script that is a true second chance.
After a fantastic start to his NFL career, injuries plagued veteran wide receiver Kevin Curtis throughout the 2008 and 2009 seasons. Then, Curtis learned he had testicular cancer. Mike Keith talks with Curtis about how he's bounced back to earn a shot at making the Titans roster.
The Titans hand-picked Rusty Smith in the 2010 NFL Draft and he entered last year's training camp as a coach's favorite. A guy they thought could develop into a true pro prospect. But a project -- not someone to start a regular season game in Houston as a rookie. Jonathan Hutton reports.
At 5-11, 230, linebacker Rennie Curran entered Titans camp last year smaller than the typical linebacker, but it fit what the defensive system required. Now that's out -- and big is in. Does that leave Rennie Curran out? The Georgia Bulldog doesn't think so.
Alterraun Verner impressed everyone in training camp last year as a rookie -- to the point that you might forget about Jason McCourty. McCourty had battled neck and neck with Verner in training camp last year until an injury propelled the UCLA product. However, McCourty is showing 2011 could be a whole new year.
Preseason Week 1 of 2011 wouldn't have been played had a new CBA not been negotiated. One of those at the center of it all -- Titans player representative Jake Scott -- gave Jonathan Hutton a look of what it was like behind the closed doors.
In 2010 there was an amazing comeback story on the surface at Qwest Field in Seattle. However, Titans running back Stefon Johnson suffered another setback for a young football player who you thought could not take any more. Mike Keith finds out why he's made it back for 2011.
Brooklyn stops by and talks to Jonathan about her Christmas dinner at Hooters, gives Hutton relationship advice and her new movie Just Go With It.
Gang violence has rocked South Central LA for the past 20 years. To escape that violence and its crippling bonds, you need a unique talent -- and people around you that will not let you fail. As Larry Stone explains, Titans rookie safety Robert Johnson had both.
Kenny McKinley wasn't just a teammate with Jared Cook at South Carolina, the two dynamic SEC athletes were roommates in college. When McKinley took his own life in September, Cook was obviously shocked, stunned, and saddened. As Jonathan Hutton reports, Cook now carries McKinley with him throughout the season.
Getting Jason Jones off the injury report has certainly shown up in the preseason and Week 1 against Oakland. Considered an up and comer last year at this time, a shoulder injury wasted most of Jones' 2009 season. Now, the defensive lineman wants to make up for the lost time.
They hold full time jobs and most support a family, but members of the Nashville Storm football team take time out of their busy lives to play the game they love. Some played in the NFL, others are re-living glory days of high school games of the past, but Jonathan Hutton found out each player plays for love of the game.
Middle Tennessee centerfielder Bryce Brentz entered the Sun Belt Conference Tournament with expectations of declaring early for the MLB Draft. Brentz, as it turns out, has a twin brother who isn't able to play the game both brothers love. Jonathan Hutton tells the story of how one brother plays the game through the other.
Vince Young was given the boot, but what else might be taking place behind closed doors? Jonathan Hutton and Tennessean's Jim Wyatt discuss the changes that may also
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