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He registered 9 1/2 sacks and forced four fumbles in the Titans' first nine games of the season.In the Titans' 10th game against Jacksonville, however, Kearse left with a severe left ankle sprain that forced him to miss the next two games.Though Kearse has never duplicated his gaudy rookie numbers, he did register double digits in sacks in each of his first three seasons while starting 48 straight games.His clean bill of health ended on opening day in 2002 when he fractured the fifth metatarsal in his left foot chasing Eagles quarterback Donovan Mc Nabb in the first quarter of a game at Tennessee. Kearse, who'll turn 28 in September, seemed to have recaptured his rookie form in 2003.As for the Eagles' own free agents, they were in the process of making visits all over the country yesterday.Running back Duce Staley was in Tampa to talk to the Buccaneers today. * 1999: Kearse was a first-round pick by the Titans out of Florida.Troy Vincent was in Buffalo to talk with the Bills yesterday and will be in Cincinnati to talk to the Bengals today. Career summary * 2003: Kearse missed two games with a variety of leg injuries. * 2002: A foot injury sidelined him for all but four regular-season games. He was defensive rookie of the year with 14 1/2 sacks and eight forced fumbles.
Agent David Joseph, who represents Owens, did not return a phone call yesterday.In six games after the injury, he did not record a sack.Several things about Kearse's signing are fascinating.At the top of the list is the fact that the Eagles allowed Pro Bowl defensive end Hugh Douglas to walk away as a free agent last season after some contentious negotiations with Rosenhaus.The Eagles, however, found themselves dealing with Rosenhaus again when they traded up to get University of Miami defensive end Jerome Mc Dougle in the first round of last year's draft.
Rosenhaus says he is convinced Kearse won't have any problems passing the physical and insisted the Titans had no concerns, either. When healthy, Kearse is among the most destructive defensive ends in the NFL.