- For those keeping track at home, the little Russian boy who was shipped back to his country alone by his adoptive birth mother from Shelbyville is back in the orphanage. A mother of three adopted children from Wilson County has filed a court petition to become his guardian. [WTVF]
- Nashville has launched the Smart911 program for emergency response teams, which allows people to go online and fill out a profile with medical and personal information that will be automatically accessible to dispatchers in case of an emergency. It only takes a minute or two to register and you can do so here. [WSMV]
- Coach Fisher can’t wait to hear what Chris Johnson wants to do this year, since last year at training camp he set a goal to rush 2,000 yards and be the MVP. [City Paper]
- The Titans are also donating $50,000 to youth programs whose fields and equipment were damaged in the flood. [WTVF]
- And in other Titans news, still, the cheerleaders were out and about today entertaining all you crazies who are camped out in line for tickets. Is it football season yet? [Tennessean]
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