Ron Dayne: Future Titan?

According to the Tennessean, former Houston Texan RB Ron Dayne will be in town today to take a physical.

Dayne, the 1999 winner of the highly coveted Heisman Trophy, had his best season as a pro last year, rushing for 773 yards and six touchdowns.
Dayne has failed to live up to the lofty expectations surrounding him as a former first round draft selection, but he has proven to be a capable back the last couple of years.
This potential move is somewhat of a surprise, considering the Titans’ selections of running backs high in the draft the last three seasons. The idea of signing Dayne may be an insurance policy for LenDale White, who is coming off of offseason knee surgery.
The Titans’ interest in Dayne may also be yet another indication of the team’s unhappiness with last year’s second round draft pick, Chris Henry. The drafting of Chris Johnson and the idea of signing Dayne don’t appear to be ringing endorsements for Henry’s chances of being a factor in the running game next season.
What are your thoughts on the potential acquisition of Dayne?

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