What's it like to be a TE for Taggart? 'It's a blast'
We touched on this a bit last week in sharing Mike McFarland's "I get chills" excitement about being a tight end in a Willie Taggart offense at USF. Then Sean Price told us that he thanks God "every morning" for bringing him a coach like Taggart.
So we wondered, what's it like to be a Taggart tight end? The Titans were nice enough to get us on the phone with Jack Doyle, the undrafted rookie who led Taggart's Western Kentucky teams in receptions each of the last two years, and he had much the same excitement, remembering when he first learned Taggart would be taking over at WKU.
"It's a blast to play as a tight end in that offense," Doyle said. "You've got to be able to do a lot of things. He asks you to block, asks you to go out and make a catch. You can't ask for a better offense to play in."
Here's the full story from Tuesday's Times. ... Oh, and speaking of USF and tight ends, Evan Landi has signed with the Patriots, making it 21 Bulls in NFL camps this week ...