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Moss: Not seeking trouble with Titans

Nashville -- Mercurial wide receiver Randy Moss said Wednesday he's not out to cause trouble for his new team, the Tennessee Titans, but to work.

Meeting with reporters at the Titans' practice facility after his second day of workouts with his new squad, Moss read a statement in which he said he wants to be all business after being at the center of controversy with his former team, the Minnesota Vikings, The Tennessean reported.

"I said it before: I didn't want to go to Minnesota and mess anything up," Moss said. "But I guess everybody blamed me for it. So I am going to say it again: I am not coming here to start no trouble. I am just coming in here to work every day and hopefully win."

NFL: N.Y. Jets 24, Tennessee 17

East Rutherford, N.J., Sept. 27: Rookie Mark Sanchez passed for two touchdowns and ran for a score Sunday, piloting the New York Jets to a 24-17 win over the Tennessee Titans.

Sanchez connected on 17-of-30 throws for 171 yards, connecting with Ben Hartsock on a 2-yard scoring play and Jerricho Cotchery on a 6-yarder. Sanchez's rushing TD was from 14 yards out.

Cotchery totaled seven receptions for 108 yards.

Kerry Collins passed 37 times with 15 completions for 170 yards and a touchdown for Tennessee (0-3).

Collins' touchdown pass was a 9-yarder to Nate Washington and LenDale White ran 5 yards for a another Titans score.

Copyright 2009 by United Press International.

Hearing in McNair case postponed

Nashville -- A hearing for the man who allegedly sold the firearm used to kill former Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair has been postponed by a federal judge.

The (Nashville) Tennessean said Thursday the federal court hearing for Adrian Gilliam Jr. on Wednesday was rescheduled to Friday after Gilliam's attorney informed the presiding judge of his need to interview new witnesses in the case.

Gilliam stands accused of selling a handgun to Sahel Kazemi, 20, McNair's mistress. Kazemi used the firearm to kill the former NFL player and herself July 4, authorities allege.

The Tennessean said Gilliam allegedly admitted to federal officials he sold Kazemi a pistol prior to the deadly shooting.